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Old 12-17-2013, 11:35 PM
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I've already got more than I can wear

Wish the Dogs would come out with some more products - and be able to shop online Mousepads, pens/pencils, coffee mugs with collages of players on them, and other 'non-clothing' stuff.
You should suggest that to the front office staff, Alpha.
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:44 AM
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I'm trying to decide what number to adorn my new Dogs sweater with.. 18 STROME, 11 PERLINI, Hmm, what to get?.. What do you think?
Where do you get this done?
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Old 12-18-2013, 10:44 AM
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Ice Dog office will get it done for you.
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Old 07-30-2014, 11:06 PM
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I ended up getting 18 STROME with the 'C'. It's awesome.
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I so agree with that I mean the internets been around for a year or two it is probably going to catch on right?
I don't know... I mean the sound that the modems make when they connect to the BBSs... Kinda annoying... of course, I'm L33T and turned off the sound on my 300bps modem... lol, and no I won't tell you all how to do that stuff... lol

If these internets things do catch on, I bet there's really some money to be made off it... It could go on forever... lol
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I don't know... I mean the sound that the modems make when they connect to the BBSs... Kinda annoying... of course, I'm L33T and turned off the sound on my 300bps modem... lol, and no I won't tell you all how to do that stuff... lol



If these internets things do catch on, I bet there's really some money to be made off it... It could go on forever... lol

I remember spending untold sums of money running a BBS back in the day when I was a teenager and going from having a 300 baud modem to a 2400 baud modem and I even upgraded to a 3.5 inch floppy drive. LMFAO. When I bought the 2400 baud I really wanted the 9600 baud which was like $1000 in 198x (can't remember year)...thankfully my father talked some sense into me lol

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I remember spending untold sums of money running a BBS back in the day when I was a teenager and going from having a 300 baud modem to a 2400 baud modem and I even upgraded to a 3.5 inch floppy drive. LMFAO. When I bought the 2400 baud I really wanted the 9600 baud which was like $1000 in 198x (can't remember year)...thankfully my father talked some sense into me lol

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Its amazing how far we have come just since I have been alive. We still have an old computer with Windows 95 on it (I am a 96) and it seems so ancient I can only imagine what it was like before the internet. Getting back on topic there is no reason why the Dogs shouldnt have everything for sale online in 2015.
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I started on a 300 baud C64 Pocket Modem in '83. Started running a BBS off it. Then went 2400 -> 14.4k -> 28.8k -> 57.6

BBS ran for years off the C64, then I moved on to an Amiga and ran it off that (wrote my own BBS software for it too).

Thems were the days.

I remember 20 MEG hard drives being a grand when they first came out.
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I started on a 300 baud C64 Pocket Modem in '83. Started running a BBS off it. Then went 2400 -> 14.4k -> 28.8k -> 57.6

BBS ran for years off the C64, then I moved on to an Amiga and ran it off that (wrote my own BBS software for it too).

Thems were the days.

I remember 20 MEG hard drives being a grand when they first came out.
And I also remember being told that 64MB of RAM was all we'd ever need... lol...

I started on a Vic20 > C64 > TRS CoCo3> C128> 286> 386> My First Pentium> And various other machines up to my gaming rig, and laptop... lol... And I think I hit every step of the modem staircase starting with the 300bps... lol...

God I miss those days... When you could play real games, the graphics were crap, but they were so playable and cool... Wasteland, Bards Tale, Autoduel, Poor of Radiance... lol Damn...
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I started on a 300 baud C64 Pocket Modem in '83. Started running a BBS off it. Then went 2400 -> 14.4k -> 28.8k -> 57.6

BBS ran for years off the C64, then I moved on to an Amiga and ran it off that (wrote my own BBS software for it too).

Thems were the days.

I remember 20 MEG hard drives being a grand when they first came out.
Oh boy, my first was the CBM PET 2001 in the early 80s... It came complete with a tape drive for storing/retrieving programs and operated with a whopping 1K of internal memory (that was a thousand bytes doncha know). From there I went to the Vic20 and took a detour (yes I am ashamed) when I learned to program in Pascal and C, I had an Apple II+ with 48K and a 1M hard drive (I figured there was no way I would ever fill that sucker - it was a million of them thar bytes).

In the mid 80s I kept throwing money at IBM clones XT, 286, 386, Pentium then never looked back. I too went through the BBS experience but started later with a 1200 then 2400, 14.4, 28.8, 57.6K. I took the BBS portion down but later served as a Regional Coordinator in a thingy called FidoNet. It was really a precursor to email and allowed users to send messages either privately or publicly by topic in a form of relay up the chain and back down again to its destination. I got out of the BBS world and concentrated on that instead.

Ah the money I wasted...
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