My name is Bobby - and I got my first Atari 400 from a thrift store in 1990. It came with Asteroids, and I loved that system more than my NES. I got to practice Basic programming and learned some Assembly Language for the MOS 6502 - at 10 years old!
All of my childhood memories were destroyed in Hurricane Rita. My parents held onto everything in my old hometown of Lake Charles, Louisiana. I haven't seen my parents since before the new millenia, and not a day goes by that I'm not thankful for growing up dirt poor. My parents lived off the government, so they had plenty of time to make sure I was mentally stimulated. I practically lived in the public library.
I'm a full time network systems architect, and I'm building my own Wireless WideBand Internet provider in Southern California. The service is complimentary to the business solutions that I provide my customers with.
I would really like to run a BBS from 8 Atari 800 connected via Corvus Multiplexer to two 20MB Corvus Drives!
33 years old
April 3, 1980