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My name is Joseph and am very excited about video games! I enjoy classic 8-Bit video games such as Nintendo NES, ColecoVision, and Sega Master System, but ATARI has been and always will be my favorite video games of all time. Especially the 2600, 5200, 7800, LYNX and JAGUAR! I also like ColecoVision A LOT for the homebrew scene! There are some great new games by some wonderful programmers like retroillucid, opcode and newcoleco and they are some of the best games I've ever played! I also enjoy Super Nintendo, Genesis, Dreamcast, PlayStation 1 & 3 but not 2, and Donkey Kong. Also 8-Bit Computers. Nolan's mantra is my vision - easy to learn, difficult to master. That's how I like to play. I am also a dedicated fan of Steve Wiebe and support TEAM WIEBE and I also like Walter Day of Twin Galaxies. I hail from South Florida.
I also really love learning about video game history and sharing my passion and knowledge of Atari History with others. Knowledge is like a candle light, you can pass it on by lighting other people's candles and giving them light. Thats what I like to think. Atari history is important to me and I think it should be passed on. And that is why I have dedicated my life's work to preserving the history of Atari, creating awareness and promoting the hobby.
I have been creating my own Atari web pages for many years with my first page going up in January 1995. In 2000 I became part of Atari7800.com and created my most famous web page which was hosted there, and I am working on my newest and greatest web page. I like coming to AtariAge to talk with old friends, meet new friends, and feel the positive energy of the Atari community to get new ideas and things that will make my next website the best ever. Thank you for visiting my page I'm glad you came!
ROFL No one has the time to read your lengthy post - I imagine it has something to do with you not being satisfied with Ebay. Great for you, you're a fuckinmg genius. Now lower your prices you piggie in my pee-pee.
You know how, when you were little (like last week?) and you asked your parents for something as a gift... they'd often get something close to what you wanted but not quite... even if you gave them the exact brand and model number. Maybe it's because the other item was cheaper, or because a salesman convinced them it was better (ooh look, it has a keyboard with letters and junk!). These are people who kept the Odyssey2 going as long as it did. Just my theory.