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Is Gryzor playing mad scientist again?
« on: 11:21, 20 July 10 »
We got proof here:laugh:

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Re: Is Gryzor playing mad scientist again?
« Reply #1 on: 11:42, 20 July 10 »
Ah damn, that's how I burned my last 6128 Plus. I had so many add-ons on it that I was trying to power it from my back-yard reactor. When I told it to run Monkey Island it formed a column of light upwards to the sky which then fell in the surrounding area. All that remains is, amazingly so, the Z80A, in mint condition.

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Re: Is Gryzor playing mad scientist again?
« Reply #2 on: 11:59, 20 July 10 »
I knew it!  :P


The picture is so impressive that I had to post it here, along with some joke  8)


By the way, the Astronomy Picture of the Day site contains thousands of wonderful pictures. There are some nice sunsets at cape Sounion.


Next time you try to create an AlanSugarStein monster, touch somethimng metallic to get rid of the static current, hehehee  :laugh:

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Re: Is Gryzor playing mad scientist again?
« Reply #3 on: 11:08, 21 July 10 »
Ah... Sounion... Given its history and significance it's really quite magical. What a coincidence, I hadn't been there in several years, but I ran off work last friday and drove down there for a business meeting :)

Did you know that, among others, Lord Byron's signature is engraved on the columns?

Other than that, the archive is fantastic. It's a shame they don't have something as basic as an RSS feed to pull new images automatically... :(