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December 01, 2011



I am nearly 70 (but not to old and not ready to retire) and I still don't know what it is. I was practicing law before anyone had heard of computers let alone use them practicing law. How did we get along then?


I still have mine. I'm 31. :)

Rick Georges

Kate, Kate, Kate. You remind me of She Who Must Be Obeyed, who never met a birthday she didn't ignore. :-)


You can retire at 32? Have you told Social Security this wacky idea?

I loved my Atari! My brother and I played it for hours on end and felt that we had it just as good if not better than our Nintendo-playing cousins.


I'm sorry, but I really loved my old Atari system. My two favorite games were Adventure and Pitfall. By the way, I'm only 42.

Rick Georges

Casey, if you have an Android phone or tablet; tablet is better, you need to spend $9.99 on the Atari app. You can play 99 Atari games on your tablet, including all the Atari 2600 games. When I need a Nostalgia fix, I dial up Asteroids and Centipede.

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