I've "accidentally" done the same. I've amassed lots of pre-2005 motherboards and other components. They'll never make computing powerhouses, but they're reassuringly old and autonomous.
Yesterday, 8:56 PM
We are well into the era of "good enough" computing. Most new hardware sits around not knowing what to do with its own clock cycles. We're waiting for software functionality to catch up.
Yesterday, 10:01 PM
That paint over there drying on the wall thinks you are excruciatingly tedious. Your constant droning on and on and on about nothing of significance is making it consider ending it all with turpentine. As you stumble down the sidewalk like a zombie with your eyes glued to a little screen, your vapid existence makes your own smartphone wish you would fall down an open manhole and drown in sewer water.
Playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Mobilized from Activision and Need For Speed Underground 2 from EA Games on my DS Lite, so I can sell out to corporate gaming while I'm selling out to corporate gaming. http://i.imgur.com/mPxuhqN.jpg
Planning to hookup my Famicom while I air my next radio show and speak over the FM airwaves using the 2nd controller mic while playing Legend of Zelda.. Gonna play some Bubblegum Crash and Alien Crush now!!!! and then listen to Black Sabbath :p
I found the Jakk's Pacific Atari plug n play handheld at Savers last month for a few bucks. I turned it on and let my 7 year old play it. He loved it. I asked him if it had 2600 games on it and he said "no, only about 10" LOL!
No, I'm passing. I would love to collect the new toys but I'm paying off debt and saving for a house so I think I'm out of the Star Wars game - but I will stop by my local Wal-Mart in the morning to look at them. I'm pumped for the movie, can't wait!
Sep 3 2015 9:17 PM