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Should I sell Ms. Pac-Man arcade hack?

  

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  1. 1. Should I sell my Ms. Pac-Man Arcade hack?



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Tempest

Indeed you said at least 24 hours. It was 29 hours.

Well now it's 48 hours. I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further.

 

Tempest

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One time I said "on accident" by accident, so I chopped off my left arm and beat myself to death with it. Then I learned how to move matter with my ghostly energy, grabbed a shovel, dug up my body and reanimated myself.

That's ghostly! Oh wait.. Look at my avatar pic. :P

 

 

I said that on accident. :P :evil: :lol:

 

 

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Are you still trying to figure out to sell it or not? Just do what you want! :roll:

 

Unless of course you're just looking for people to tell you "yes" and whether you actually sell anything isn't even a factor.. :ponder:

I'm not. :ponder:

 

Tripple post? Yep, he's ten alright.

 

The "edit" button is down there by reply BTW. Just so you know.

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Well now it's 48 hours. I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further.

 

Tempest

 

This deal is getting worse all the time!

 

 

 

(above picture has been provided curtisy of the OP, I'm just reposting it so everyone can enjoy)

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Tempest,

 

Until this thread I never even knew you were an all-powerful mod. You keep it pretty low key. All I remember from you are informative posts. Good job!

 

All hail the all-mighty Tempest! :D

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One time I said "on accident" by accident, so I chopped off my left arm and beat myself to death with it. Then I learned how to move matter with my ghostly energy, grabbed a shovel, dug up my body and reanimated myself.

That's ghostly! Oh wait.. Look at my avatar pic. :P

 

I said that on accident. :P :evil: :lol:

 

 

BUMP!

 

Are you still trying to figure out to sell it or not? Just do what you want! :roll:

 

Unless of course you're just looking for people to tell you "yes" and whether you actually sell anything isn't even a factor.. :ponder:

I'm not. :ponder:

 

Tripple post? Yep, he's ten alright.

 

The "edit" button is down there by reply BTW. Just so you know.

I don't know how that tripple-posted. :? After a certain period of time, the edit button goes away. I couldn't edit it.

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I said that on accident. :P :evil: :lol:

I said that to RT.

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Indeed you said at least 24 hours. It was 29 hours. :skull:

6 hours feels like 6 days when you're 10 :D

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Indeed you said at least 24 hours. It was 29 hours. :skull:

6 hours feels like 6 days when you're 10 :D

Sometimes, it's the exact opposite. :evil:

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Tempest

Indeed you said at least 24 hours. It was 29 hours. :skull:

6 hours feels like 6 days when you're 10 :D

Sometimes, it's the exact opposite. :evil:

:ponder:

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6 hours feels like 6 days when you're 10 :D

Sometimes, it's the exact opposite. :evil:

:ponder:

I'm still trying to figure out why Jr. Pac wants to be a flexible lady. I wanted to be a flexible stunt man when I was 10.

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@Jr. Pac Yeah the edit button does go away after a while, I'm not sure anymore when that is for non-subscribbers. I do know that it isn't within a few minutes. You would have had time to edit those posts as you were posting them. ;)

 

Also, you just double posted in the same minute.

 

Don't take this as me being upset with you. I'm honesly assuming you don't have a pile of experience with forums in general and as such might not know that double posting is kind of a no-no. Not the biggest deal in the world, but also something people try to stay away from.

 

Now that I'm thinking about it this place is a freaking pile easier to get along in the the forum I first joined and really used as a kid. I was a bit older then 10, but it was also a much younger board and as such much less forgiving.

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@Jr. Pac Yeah the edit button does go away after a while, I'm not sure anymore when that is for non-subscribbers. I do know that it isn't within a few minutes. You would have had time to edit those posts as you were posting them. ;)

 

Also, you just double posted in the same minute.

 

Don't take this as me being upset with you. I'm honesly assuming you don't have a pile of experience with forums in general and as such might not know that double posting is kind of a no-no. Not the biggest deal in the world, but also something people try to stay away from.

 

Now that I'm thinking about it this place is a freaking pile easier to get along in the the forum I first joined and really used as a kid. I was a bit older then 10, but it was also a much younger board and as such much less forgiving.

Thanks. I have no idea how it double posted. That was an accident. What year did Atariage Fourms start?

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Oh. I thought it was much more recent. I just visited the 'waybackmachine' tool to see Atariage in 2001, and I didn't see the Forums. It sure was different, no rarity guides, no cart scans, none. Only some polls, info about Atari 2600, 5200, and 7800, along with a store and some other things. No homebrew games in the stores then. :P :D

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Oh. I thought it was much more recent. I just visited the 'waybackmachine' tool to see Atariage in 2001, and I didn't see the Forums. It sure was different, no rarity guides, no cart scans, none. Only some polls, info about Atari 2600, 5200, and 7800, along with a store and some other things. No homebrew games in the stores then. :P :D

 

Ten years ago is recent. You're recent. :)

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In what ways?

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AA is the greatest and it only gets greater :)

If Albert doesn't get a new partner, AtariAge could start going downhill. One guy can only do so much. I wish some Atari-loving buddy would join him or he could hire a trustworthy Atari-loving php master who can work on the web site when Albert is busy doing other things.

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When I said that AtariAge was the best, I meant the forums and marketplace, which I find very enjoyable. I don't really take advantage of it's other resources. I think that there is very good etiquite and a strong sense of civility, honesty and conviviality here that you won't find anywhere else. 99% of the internet is an unregulated shit show, and AAers do a pretty good job at keeping things even here.

 

I don't know Albert. Generally, things flow from the top down, so by this line of thinking he must be a pretty dynomite dude. I do know that he is engaged in other ventures... perhaps he could hand the reigns over to a small group of long-time trusted mods?

 

RT: where is AA suffering, and what does it need?

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RT: where is AA suffering, and what does it need?

Besides things on the to-do list and latest news that always needs to be added to the main page, every web site has little problems that creep in, especially web sites that have a message board. Little problems will pop up here and there or information will need updating or inconsistencies between posts, post previews, and blog entries/blog replies will need to be dealt with. A talented helper could use his magical Internet sandpaper to round off the edges and keep things looking nice and polished.

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