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New page for the day, an important day, 26. April 2014

 

Actually, it's not what they find is important, it's the dig itself. Keeps the Atari name in the papers.

 

So what time will it start?

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maybe there's 1000s of Quadrun, Waterworld, Crazy Climber, Track n Field, Rubiks Cube, Atari Video Cube, all cib and in perfect condition

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maybe there's 1000s of Quadrun, Waterworld, Crazy Climber, Track n Field, Rubiks Cube, Atari Video Cube, all cib and in perfect condition

 

 

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Ok, I'm ready for picture updates. ;)

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Nah... lots of E.T. cartridges, 1450 XL computers, and a few prototype 1600 XLs. That's all. ;)

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God I wish the excavation was being streamed. Even if nothing really exciting is happening, I just wish I was there, you know?

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The question is (maybe) stupid, but there is a broadcast on the Internet (youtube, twitch) ?

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Holy Toledo! Atari is trending on Facebook right now because of this dig! People actually realize our corner of the nerd world exists!

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maybe there's 1000s of Quadrun, Waterworld, Crazy Climber, Track n Field, Rubiks Cube, Atari Video Cube, all cib and in perfect condition

If true, they will all become crap worthless games.

 

 

:)

 

 

This is great news! :D

 

I hope they hit that cement cap.

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How long will it take for someone to put a dirty, beat up, loose 2600 cartridge "from the Alamogordo dig" on eBay for a $500 BIN?

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How long will it take for someone to put a dirty, beat up, loose 2600 cartridge "from the Alamogordo dig" on eBay for a $500 BIN?

 

I'm wagering by the end of tonight. :lolblue:

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Finally...after all these years and all the talk and rumors and whatever else...verification.

 

It's a good day. :)

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