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>> I think I must be within a couple of years of Lisa Roth (it's hard to
correct for localization issues[*]).
>> I don't remember seeing Star Wars, but I _do_ remember having a
read-along Star Wars book. It came with a
45 in a pocket in the back, and R2D2 beeped at you when it was time
to turn the page.
Star Wars came out when I was in *college*. Saw it 5 times the first
>> I didn't have computer, but the girl next door did. Her father typed
in games out of magazines. The games
never worked. Their cat was called DOS; my parents were the only
other people on the block who understood
that this was funny.
:rolleyes: I was a professional programmer before the first
microcomputer came out. I wrote Basic for the IMSAI 8080; my brother
>> I wasn't allowed to watch the following because my mother objected
on various grounds:
* The Dukes of Hazzard.
* The Smurfs.
* The Greatest American Hero.
* various others
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