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    Default RoundUp 051 - Hot Pockets

    The August Show and our first RoundUp after CGE 2012 is out, just in time.

    We almost got blown away during Live News (well some of us did) but we made it through the storm in one piece to live another day.

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    CGE 2012 Wrap Up - (00:00)
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    The Great And Powerful Oz - (101:23)
    Top Ten Video Game History Museum Exhibits - (101:53)
    Gaming Trivia - (217:27)
    David Crane Interview - (217:55)
    Mike'd Up - (240:41)
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    Cool - downloading it now.

    Are we ever going to get another British Hour Mike?

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    We are.

    Some day.
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    I can't wait to put on my curiculum vitae "recorded a song downloaded by tens of thousands of people".

    Cheers!

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    "He can fly satellites but the sonofabitch sure as hell can't count up to 21"

    Still laughing at that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brumisator View Post
    I can't wait to put on my curiculum vitae "recorded a song downloaded by tens of thousands of people".

    Cheers!
    We will have to collaborate on another one Brumi! I'm sure they guys will give us another idea during the next drunken Live News...

    Download the higher quality MP3 (and alternate mixes) here!

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    You guys do realize that you posted a picture of the [comparatively] readily available Mattel Intellivision "ECS Computer" module in your top ten when I'm sure you meant to post the scarce, rarely seen, exorbitantly priced original Intellivision "Keyboard Component"?

    Granted, you did post the brown European version of the ECS (which is perhaps where the confusion came in). And while it's more rare than the US [white] version of the ECS, it's no original keyboard component by any stretch of the imagination.

    I haven't listened to that part of the podcast yet, and I'm sure you were talking about the original keyboard component in it, but being the huge Intellivision fan that I am, I felt compelled to set the record straight on the image.

    Ahemm...

    Carry on then... nothing to see here...

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    Correct. Uk, posted the wrong pic

    Quote Originally Posted by Nurmix View Post
    You guys do realize that you posted a picture of the [comparatively] readily available Mattel Intellivision "ECS Computer" module in your top ten when I'm sure you meant to post the scarce, rarely seen, exorbitantly priced original Intellivision "Keyboard Component"?

    Granted, you did post the brown European version of the ECS (which is perhaps where the confusion came in). And while it's more rare than the US [white] version of the ECS, it's no original keyboard component by any stretch of the imagination.

    I haven't listened to that part of the podcast yet, and I'm sure you were talking about the original keyboard component in it, but being the huge Intellivision fan that I am, I felt compelled to set the record straight on the image.

    Ahemm...

    Carry on then... nothing to see here...

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