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Old 02 April 2006, 20:16   #21
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its better to collect something you enjoy and use, rather than just collectiing things for the collecting itself (stamps and so on). Even if you don't use your entire collection.


Hmmmmm sounds logic...
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Old 02 April 2006, 21:31   #22
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Hmmmmm sounds logic...
I'm thinking of enjoying and using the product in general, even if you don't use every single item in your collection.
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Some people just like to collect stuff, including me, and IMHO its better to collect something you enjoy and use, rather than just collectiing things for the collecting itself (stamps and so on). Even if you don't use your entire collection.
I hoard stuff for the hell of it

Well retro computer stuff.. the missus is not happy I have so much retro stuff I never use.. if it was upto her she'd sell/bin the lot

Women have no understanding

as for other stuff.. I never throw anything away.. you never know when you might need it (and I mean that) I have old sticker books, nuts and bolts, light fittings, plugs, sockets anything is saved
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Here's a link for the collection of that Japanese guy I know... Pretty impressive:

http://www.galstown.ne.jp/9/ongaku/jumpjump/fmt.htm

And, um... which P2P network is he sharing those on...?
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Well, he's not sharing as such. It's a Japanese P2P client but unfortunately he will only trade 1 for 1...

As you can imagine it's also very difficult to find stuff that he doesn't already have
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Well, he's not sharing as such. It's a Japanese P2P client but unfortunately he will only trade 1 for 1...

As you can imagine it's also very difficult to find stuff that he doesn't already have
Try some obscure selfmade Mario Hacks
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found another nice collector.

http://www.billandchristina.com/vgamecomp/vgamecomp.htm

this is his list of 237 systems http://www.billandchristina.com/vgamecomp/systems.htm
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