memorabillia

ON WEDNESDAY I SAW ALL TIME LOW IN BIRMINGHAM AND I QUEUED FOR 10 HOURS AND WALKED PAST THEIR TOUR BUS 6 TIMES (((for personal reasons ok…))) AND AT THE END THEY THREW STUFF AS THEY DO BUT RIAN THREW HIS BOTTLE AT THE PEOPLE ON THE BALCONY BUT THEY DIDN’T CATCH IT AND I ENDED UP FIGHTING THIS BITCH FOR IT BUT I DIDN’T REALISE THAT BITCH WAS ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS BUT IN THE END I GOT IT GUYS I’M SO HAPPY BUT I DON’T KNOW IF I SHOULD PRESERVE IT AND HAVE MY FIRST BORN CHILD BAPTISED IN IT OR MAKE ICE LOLLIES FROM IT OR SNIFF IT OR EVERY TIME I’M ILL DRINK FROM IT OR WASH MY FACE IN IT OR JUST DRINK IT HELP SUGGESTIONS PLEASE

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Why I shouldn’t be allowed to late-night browse the “vintage computer” tag on Etsy: 1970s InterAccess Timesharing button. I believe the depicted computer is a CDC of some stripe (based on the console design and anecdotes about InterAccess using CDC computers), but I’m not certain. 

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OK, here’s something different. My father came to visit me where I’m staying for school and we ended up finding a general nerd store, filled with cards, memorabilia, and video games. Not many games were catching my attention (aside from a Japanese copy of Tekken 3 and a Street Fighter II Turbo cabinet), but I did notice this. This glass was originally given away at Arby’s (grody) back when Pac-Man Fever was a global epidemic. My father ended up buying it for me, and here it is, in the palm of my hand. It’s pretty neat, since one side is some artwork (though those ghosts should be blue if Pac-Man is going to eat them!), and the other side is the game board. In my opinion, this is pretty neat.