Heck Yeah, Old Technology!
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This has never happened to me while I was playing Xevious.

(And not just because the one machine that was available locally was a sit-down cocktail model in a minimart. Still, this never happened to me.)

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This has never happened to me while I was playing Xevious.

(And not just because the one machine that was available locally was a sit-down cocktail model in a minimart. Still, this never happened to me.)

Our little girl is growing up!  1945

Our little girl is growing up! 1945

Sony LaserDisc player, also a glorified CD player.

Foxhole friends, Corsica, post-WW2.

Foxhole friends, Corsica, post-WW2.

"…Our format became obsolete in 2008!"

Apollo 13 on HD-DVD, the loser in a fight with Blu-Ray.

"…Our format became obsolete in 2008!"

Apollo 13 on HD-DVD, the loser in a fight with Blu-Ray.

As usual, we’re doing all the work and Sarge is sitting on his ass.

As usual, we’re doing all the work and Sarge is sitting on his ass.

Sony cassette player with AM/FM/marine band radio, 1970s.

Sony cassette player with AM/FM/marine band radio, 1970s.

Writing music on an Apple //c.  Not playing it on that internal mono speaker, of course, but writing it.

Writing music on an Apple //c. Not playing it on that internal mono speaker, of course, but writing it.

I don’t know exactly where this photo was taken in Yakima (WA) since most of the area looked like this at the time, I’ve seen family photos.

Huge container at a thrift of Elgo bricks, the precursor to Legos, 1950s.

Huge container at a thrift of Elgo bricks, the precursor to Legos, 1950s.