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Nathan Strum

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Nathan Strum last won the day on May 15 2019

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  1. Math Gran Prix. Atari blew its big chance to make it the edutainfomational™ equivalent of the Gran Turismo franchise. Online multiplayer tournaments. eSports gambling. Cryptocurrency in-app purchases. Classic licensed cars like the Yugo, Pinto, Edsel and The Dale. Track layouts like abandoned strip mall parking lots, abandoned Atari-themed hotel parking lots, abandoned Atari headquarter parking lots, the Alamogordo landfill, and drive-thru Taco stands. I'm totally sure they could've pulled it off, too. They already had the driving controllers.
  2. The liquid hand soap at work is way too perfumey. After 20 seconds of washing, my hands smell like a five-star bordello. (Or so I would assume.)

    1. sramirez2008
    2. jd_1138

      jd_1138

      "My a-hole brother bought her back in September '57. That's when you got your new model year, in September. Brand-new, she was. She had the smell of a brand-new car. That's just about the finest smell in the world, 'cept maybe for --------------."

  3. I got my Lynx Game Drive (from AtariAge) this week - it's excellent! Many welcomed improvements over the original, and the new case is so much nicer, too. Thanks SainT for all of the work you put into this!
  4. Well, I bought into the hype. But only for $9.99.
  5. I totally should've known better... the way James is always Rage Plugging™ cartridges into the system when they don't work the first time.
  6. The cartridge slot is the one thing I didn't go over on that console.
  7. It's very confusing playing H.E.R.O. in the foreground, while they're playing H.E.R.O. in the background. A little less distracted (start of level 12):
  8. I didn't know Curt personally... but that news just hit me like a sledgehammer. Curt was a cornerstone of the Atari community. I feel terrible for his family and closest friends. My sincerest condolences to all of them. His and Marty's book is incredible and a must-read for any Atari fan. I hope the follow-up can see the light of day in his memory. What a wretched year this has been.
  9. May be the Pesco glitch. May be the RGB mod.
  10. Unplug the mod. Plug the TIA back into the 2600, and test the system using RF out. If it works, the TIA is fine and the issue is with the RGB mod or how it's installed. If the TIA is fine, go through the mod and check every connection with a multimeter for continuity, and make sure there are no shorts.
  11. Yes - in fact someone has already done that. There's a thread in this forum about it.
  12. I think that's an excellent point. Sure, Pesco may always look wonky, but that's no real great loss. And having the glitch appear on the show also led Darrell to address it in Frantic.
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