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  • Birthday 10/03/1974

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    Right by where The Lone Ranger went to high school
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    The Beatles, Wondermints, Mountain Dew, wreaking public havoc with my wife. Oh...and I also played the title role in a Broadway production of [i]Waiting For Godot[/i].
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    Dauber

  2. Chapter 10 features a segment that's almost on-topic for AtariAge. In this episode: My SENIOR Year in High School - answering a frequently-posted social media survey The Mysterious Phantom Pac-Man Game - For years Sean has insisted that a sequel in the Pac-Man franchise existed, yet nobody believed him. The Doors Without Jim - What's the point? Well... https://schnookpodcast.com/audio/Schnook_Chapter010.mp3
  3. Wow...I, uhhh....need this.
  4. Yeah, the power supply that came with the 7800 I bought in 2007 is purty darn heavy, and the one I got from Best Electronics is light as a feather.
  5. One of the best investments I ever made in terms of gaming. Even good for 4-way games.
  6. Just listened. You need to have a word with Andrew about his pronunciation of Brian Colin's name.
  7. Ha! Eric Corley and co. also noticed how the letters were wacky, so 2600 actually published a book of nothing but letters and called it Dear Hacker. BTW...enclosed is the article I wrote that 2600 published.
  8. Glad to know Off the Hook is still going on. I remember a few years ago that WBAI was under threat of being shut down due to a lack of funds. I used to listen to Off the Hook (and Off the Wall) all the time and read 2600 a lot, but it just got to be too repetitive.
  9. Well, I found out why the video was fizzling out: It's just the stupid TV in my hotel room. For whatever reason, it can't handle the 7800's output. I'm in Milwaukee for Midwest Gaming Classic, and I wanted to play some 7800 stuff in my room. My main 7800 was at the Pie Factory Podcast table at the vendor hall, but I had my backup with me. After the show was over on Sunday, I went back to my hotel room and plugged in my main (and confirmed working) 7800...same exact problem. Tried my own TV that I brought....success!
  10. Just the title of episode 93 is longer than some of the tweets we’ve sent out. Unlike with episode 92, these two games actually provide us with something substantial to say…imagine that! And we hope to see you at Midwest Gaming Classic today! http://fab4it.com/piefactory/audio/PFP_Episode093.mp3
  11. So I have a modded 7800...the old school composite mod, RCA outs. After about ten seconds, the video gets very fuzzy for a couple of seconds, then goes out completely. Audio is still there though. I checked the solder connections, and the video connections are good and solid. But what else should I check? Could this be a voltage regulator issue? Someone else suggested checking the 7505, but....which chip is that??? The 7800 in question is, I believe, one of the last ones out of the factory - no expansion port or a cut-out for the port, if that helps... (Thankfully this is my backup 7800; my main one is still rock solid!)
  12. Okay, I think the podcast went through successfully this time! At long last, Sean is back with episode 49, about the newest game released for our beloved console! http://homebrew78.fab4it.com/media/hbh_episode_o49.mp3
  13. I would love this game so much if it used the paddle controller.
  14. At long last, Sean is back with a new episode about the newest game released for our beloved console! http://homebrew78.fab4it.com/media/hbh_episode_049.mp3
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