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ZorroTheFox
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Icon 1 posted October 21, 2001 00:00      Profile for ZorroTheFox   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by SupportGoddess:
Wow does that bring back memories... my dad brought one home around the same time i was learning to read (what a great motivational tool ). I think he still has it in his attic somewhere.



with any luck they will be worth something again someday >;o)...........Z


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ZorroTheFox
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Icon 1 posted October 21, 2001 00:02      Profile for ZorroTheFox   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by DivaGeek:
Zorro, you may not believe this but, I have owned 39 cars.

True.

2 Chevelle's a Gran Sport, Supra, Z-28, 2 Darts, 2 Valaint's, etc.

But I have never owned a 280-Z!

I think this discussion is appropriate for the "What do geeks drive" thread ... maybe I'll post them there (if I can think of all of them)



Mine was only a 240, but I almost had a 260 .......Z


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MrJ
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Not only don't you have to be old, you don't need old equipment to know what a Z80 is either. No one here has programmed a TI 82/83/85/86 calculator with Z80 assembler?
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quantumfluff
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I think the last time I did any Z-80 assembler programming was around 1980. We were bringing up some CP/M machines, and wanted to integrate a big hard disk (8 MB).
In those days you had to roll your own bios to integrated the disk driver. It was great fun and a challenge at the time, but, in retrospect, such a waste of talented peoples time.

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