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Offline rthorntn

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G'day from Sydney!
« on: 09:42, 14 September 18 »
Hi All,


Reason for joining, I just purchased a CPC 6128, reason for buying it to relive my childhood back in the UK.


Thanks.


Richard

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Re: G'day from Sydney!
« Reply #1 on: 09:51, 14 September 18 »
Welcome ;)

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Re: G'day from Sydney!
« Reply #2 on: 10:57, 14 September 18 »
Welcome, you're in the right place.




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Re: G'day from Sydney!
« Reply #3 on: 13:39, 14 September 18 »
Hey there! so you were born in the UK, but you moved to Australia then? I'm an Ex-UK'er living in Japan, and of course, I have a couple of CPC's here with me!

Was it the 6128 you had back in the day then? I had to 'rough it' with the lowly 464 back in the 80's!

I see you've got some questions in another thread about the CPC, I'm sure you'll get it working soon, and have lots of fun with the good ol' CPC! Personally I've found it surprising coming back to the 8bits just how much stuff I never did back then that I can now, and how much more there is to learn and enjoy on them these days!
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Re: G'day from Sydney!
« Reply #4 on: 09:03, 28 September 18 »
Thanks everyone, sorry I have been overseas.


Yip, born in the UK and moved to Australia.


I had a 464 also but who's checking :-)