Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 1st Aug 2012 22:45 UTC, submitted by MOS6510
Hardware, Embedded Systems "It is 30 years since the Commodore 64 went on sale to the public. The machine was hugely successful for its time, helping to encourage personal computing, popularise video games and pioneer homemade computer-created music. [...] BBC News invited Commodore enthusiast Mat Allen to show schoolchildren his carefully preserved computer, at a primary school and secondary school in London."
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RE: Comment by KLU9
by zima on Thu 2nd Aug 2012 13:33 UTC in reply to "Comment by KLU9"
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The resemblances between the retro geek in the video and ... er... me... is just too frightening to contemplate.

(although of course I was a BBC Micro user, not a C64 fan)

Well, the BBC Micro would be more properly British, I suppose I imagine that means the retro geek in the video went a bit astray in his ways.
Maybe it's your long-lost evil twin brother?

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