The oldest disk I can find right now for the PC is a French learning program (1988)... I also have Compuserv 1.3.1, and a Sierra Online disk upstairs... (was a dialup service
) I have a 5.25 inch floppy drive on my shelf (had to remove it from my old computer to make room for a second hard drive) but am planning on installing it on my newer one soon. Now if we go into C-64 disks.....
CAG of the Blacklance HQ
"Canadian and proud of it"-TC
Then I think I've discovered what LOAF stands for!!
Film critic Shame Tone reports. Last night I was treated to a preview of Filbert Candid's latest addition to his 'Kino-Neu' oevre, and a spectacular piece of Vid-u-lite it is too. Called 'One morning I noticed blue stuff was lodged in my abdominal orifice', it strongly challeneges all our precepts of the Vidflik's modus operandi. For a start, it commences with the end credits rolling in reverse down the screen, so that we are privy to the identity of the Grips, Best Persons and LOAFERS before we know who the stars are, an exception that is dashed when we discover that these people are the stars of the piece. I was so overcome with admiration I swooned, and intend to complete my viewing this evening.
So? Am I right?
Kalkrath: You don't watch Millennium, do you?
The time is near.
There are 337 days remaining.
I don't care for fame, power or money...
I just want to FIGHT!
Cool it, guys. One of the other rules states that you may not bother others who are breaking the rules. Let us do our jobs.
That having been said, yes, LOAF is breaking that rule. But it is not exactly that important a rule. If it was, than No Regret would've gotten in trouble a long time ago. Just be sure not to exceed it too much... 10+ lines will get you trouble for sure