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About MeatWithGravy

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  1. MeatWithGravy


  2. I don't know how sincere or not this post is. But, he's not wrong. It could be done better.
  3. My top three redone wants... 1. GORF* 2. GORF* 3. GORF* *With support for AtariVox+ of course!
  4. I sure do hope this day is still coming.
  5. Ah ha! See? I was right. I'm a dope. April 2016 is the latest update then, correct? Thank you, retrogoober, for clearing this up.
  6. I'm a dope. So, I could be viewing this thread all wrong. But it seems to me that the "official" tally of votes--the Top 100 master list--is post #1. And post #1 hasn't been updated in over ten years.
  7. Whoa, that high bid on Pepsi Invaders. The high bidder has gotta be a member here, right? Which one of you guys is it?
  8. So, this is done Thank you so much to 8_is_enuff for reaching out and hooking me up! He's the best!
  9. I am going to pile on here and add that Dan is a total pleasure to buy from in every regard. In my case, he went well out of his way to make me happy. And his packing and shipping are, just as everyone above has indicated, unmatched. An absolute asset to the AtariAge community. Thank you, Dan!
  10. Hello. I need a Supercharger. It doesn't need to be boxed, as I don't collect boxed games or systems and am not looking to start now. However, it does need to be working and in excellent cosmetic condition--I'll pay more for a pretty one with original paperwork. That being said, I'm a man of modest means. I want to pay a fair price--fair to both of us. I see what some sellers are asking on eBay for Superchargers of questionable condition with one blurry photograph and minimal description and I'm like Thanks in advance
  11. I asked, but didn't receive. I did, however, get an eBay gift card. So, same difference. As for giving, no retro gamers on my shopping list--despite my best efforts. If my pockets were deeper, I'd start gifting systems.
  12. For me, using the old hardware is half of the appeal.
  13. This is great! Thanks for making the episode, classicgamer74. I've liked and subscribed. I did not have a Supercharger back in the day, nor do I have one now. However, I've been wanting one for some time and I just recently won a couple of Starpath games at auction. Phaser Patrol and Dragonstomper. So you could say I've put the "cart" before the horse. In any case, now I'm in the market for a period appropriate cassette player. The Supercharger came out in 1982, so I'm aiming for thereabouts. Can anyone here comment on what type or brand of cassette player to pick up, or which to avoid? Or, is one player just as good as any other? I ask because a few of these Starpath cassettes are pretty spendy. I definitely don't want my Starpath cassettes eaten up the way my Van Halen tapes were BITD.
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