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  1. Hello everyone, I thought I should show my small collection, since I am fairly new to this website. As of today, I have four Atari 2600's manufactured under Atari itself (no Sears products, except for the Tele-games game center), the original famicom and super famicom, the original SNES, an original NES, and four old computers (Macintosh SE, Commodore VIC-20, and an Apple IIE). It seems that I have more hardware than software, which is a shame.
  2. MEMOIRS OF A NOVELTY ACCOUNT VOL. II, ISSUE V Hello all. Welcome to Imperial Mondays *Lite*. What? I'm busy this week! Don't expect much. I'll just be adding another photo to the gallery. So take care and tempt not the fates. Featured Photograph: Crazy discrete math homework.
  3. I was thinking we ought to have a sub-forum where people can post info on their colllections. Pics, items their looking for, items they are willing to trade or sell. So here is a start. For now I'm just going to list, later I'll add photos My collection: Lynx I - Box, Manual, AC Adapter Calfifornia Games - Curved Cart, Manual (Boxed with Lynx I) Slime World - Curved Cart, Box, English Manual Gauntlet - Curved Cart, Box, English Manual Xybots - Curved Cart, Box, Poster Zendocon - Flat Cart, Large Box, Manual Rampage - Curved Cart, Box, English Manual Paper Boy - Curved Cart, Box, English Manual Hydra - Curved Lip Cart, Six Lang. Manual Steel Talons - Curved Cart, Six Lang. Manual Batman Returns - Curved Cart, Six Lang. Manual Rygar - Curved Cart, English Manual Ninja Gaiden - Curved Cart, Poster STUN Runner - Curved Cart, Poster Double Dragon - Curved Cart Daemon's Gate - Green PCB Cart Desert Strike - In route Joust - In route Lemmings - In route Road Riot - In route Centipede - In route Test/Diagnostic - In route Zaku - No confirmation Alpine Games - No confirmation Alpine Bonus - No confirmation Just for info: Lemmings - Green PCB Cart, VHS type Box, Single Paper Folded Manual Gauntlet- Curved Cart (only functions when cart is torqued back) Item/s looking for next: Xenophobe - Any Cart, Box, Manual/Poster Sell/Trade: N/A
  4. Many systems come and go for us. Which do you take the most seriously. I have 20-30 consoles, maybe more, but I really take 2-3 super seriously and have dedicated a lot of time and money to making them EXCELLENT collections. My top 1 is probably Jaguar, because i've been able to craft it as an adult with money and time and love of it's coolness and obscurity. My N64 is probably second...because i've owned the stuff since new and just built on it; and play it regularly by myself and with friends and have for years. My third is probably a tie between Saturn and Genesis, but I think i'm moving away from optical formats (too risky, high fail rates) towards collecting more seriously for just cartridge bases systems and preferably 8-16 bit systems with thriving homebrew scenes. So I think the Genesis is going to be moving up the ranks shortly as my Jaguar collection is more or less "complete" at this point. Anyway. What collections/systems of yours do YOU take the most seriously and why... I'm talking your top 1 to 3 systems.
  5. MEMOIRS OF A NOVELTY ACCOUNT VOL. II, ISSUE II Hello all. *SIGH...* Welcome to Imperial Mondays. I did have some "robust content" to share today, but my plans ended in disaster. You know how life goes. But I do have another picture I'd like to add to my gallery. This is part of my collection of software for the IBM PC. It all works, and is all complete. I love looking at the little pamphlets in the boxes. "Offer good until June 1990". Yeah. I really wish they didn't stick the price tag on Mavis's forehead, though. Oh well. Take care and tempt not the fates. Featured Photograph: Impressive female wolf spider I found in the autumn of 2015.
  6. MEMOIRS OF A NOVELTY ACCOUNT VOL. II, ISSUE III Good afternoon and welcome to Imperial Mondays. Remember how last week I said my plans ended in disaster? Well, I bought a kerosene lamp on eBay and it also ended in disaster. I was looking for a certain kind; the type with a round wick and a shade, most commonly made under the name "Rayo". I bought one and when it arrived, the parts didn't fit together and it didn't seem to work like it was supposed to (the wick-raiser was missing, there were hacksaw marks, etc.) so I took it to an expert. Apparently I had spent $135 on a Frankenstein-abomination of a "lamp" that was parts from four different lamps put together. I could not see this from the pictures. I complained, of course, and received a prompt refund. Thank God the seller offers free returns. They may have tried to make a quick buck off of an unsuspecting sucker, but at least they have somewhat good business ethics. I used the money to buy a pocket watch which I hope I can use everyday (they said it keeps good time), so wish me luck that this situation doesn't end up like the last two. I've had enough disaster for a month. Did I mention how much I hate shopping online? ... No? ... I hate shopping online. And I'm sad that a lot of antique stores are going out of business because of online shopping. Yesterday I stopped at one and gave them business, for good measure, by buying a working, pre-1919 GE light bulb. I thought I'd present it to my mom as she worked for GE in the 80's. The featured photograph is of the bulb aglow, and also, attached is a picture of it turned off. Thought you people might be interested. I'll probably only turn it on one more time in my entire life. The fact that it works boosts its value by 500% - have you seen those eBay prices? Sheesh. And I paid less for it than the cost of the reproductions at Home Depot. So I guess that's it for this week. Be nice to reptiles for me - no running over snakes in the road, OK?
  7. From the album: Crimson Gallery

    This is part of my software collection for PC.
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