I just stay logged on all day.
I went to IM home page to see how many of you guys are on right and there are a ton of you. How the fuck is this forum so slow sometimes?
How many of you just sign on and stay signed on without activity?
I just stay logged on all day.
So whenever you have downtime, you just press New Posts and wha-la youre active again?
Hmph, I guess I am the only one that jumps from one thing to another...whether it forums, myspace, or toilets.
I stay active all day because I am on my laptop working all day on Sundays and Mondays. Basically I work for 30 minutes, then I check the forums make a post, then start working again.
Yeah, I usually have a window with IM on alot even when I am not at my cpu.
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Ditto, even though I dont really post much I like to keep an eye on the forums and a browser with IM loaded usually stays open whenever my computers on.
I guess I still have the habit of closing one thing down to run another to save CPU speed.
My first computer that was MINE was a 486DX 25 MHz computer. Those are the only specs I remember. Oh, it was a VGA too.
Thats when I learned DOS code. To a kid, getting a game to run is top priority, so anything I had to learn to get X-wing or Alone in the Dark to work was well worth it.
Jesus, I remember I had to delete games here and there just to install another.
I did always like the small mini-pack games Target used to sell. They made Windows 3.1 fun. Street Rod 1 & 2 were the best. Games like that nowadays are too realistic and it actually robs the fun out of it.
I pretty much keep my browser open all day until I restart or shutdown. So even when it shows me logged in I am probably surfing elsewhere.
That was the road race on 2 right? Not the Aqueduct? Obviously, the game was flawed. I remember flipping the car or crashing it in the squeduct for no reason sometimes.
i leave an im tab open n bounce in n out of this chair all day. today Ty keeps having me look up what he needs to do next in kingdom hearts. we want to go swimming but the forecast n the sky say thunder showers.
you don't get what you wish for ~ you get what you work for
I never post anything
Note to self: Thank my parents next time I see them for buying that computer for me.
i think I am logged in here on like 3 different computers, so that's my story.
My first computer was a commodore 64. I just remember playing Summer Games and Summer Games 2 and then winter games endlessly. Those games were awesome. I loved being the country Epyx (for those that had this game, you will know what I mean)
I also remember a crazy Bruce Lee type game that I had it was kinda fun. You had to jump over these moving lines on the floor that would electrocute you if you touched them....good times
now, the stuff out there is just silly. I mean, I downloaded Mortal Kombat II to my playstation 3 hard drive, how cool is that, and it is the actual arcade game. remember thinking how technologically cool arcade games were? Now, are there even still any arcades out there? Why would I spend $.50 a game on something inferior to my home system?
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That was my brothers first computer. I remember playing games that were much older than the ones you mentioned.
Creat your own Monster"?
Wizard (loved this game)
Anyway, I couldnt ever play them myself cuz I didnt know the code. I remember you had to actually type in a code to get the fucker to run.
I could do that now, but when I looked up a comm 64 on eBay, I saw games that were kinda recent. I couldnt believe that machine lasted that long.
Sega Master System had similiar games to the GENESIS!!!! I thought SMS was GONE by the time genesis came out. No sir...
Well, at least this thread is bringing out some new responces.
Coarse edged youth, the irish pendants string from their smiles
not yet plucked as to slacken the seams
and drag down the features of age,
no folds or creases from unkempt wear
eyes of tranquilty, crystalline-beads
no sign of despair in their hair, nor their hearts
but oh they have yet to be experienced and that makes aging so very worth it...ML circa2012
Whenever I am at home (or plan to be most of the day), I will hop on my computer randomly throughout the day. For that reason, I pretty much leave my computer on all day unless it's right before I leave for work or right before bed, then I turn it off (unless I plan to leave something downloading while I am away). A lot of times I will have Internet Explorer popped open and left on whatever I was last browsing in different tabs.