General Washington’s plane landed
Eddie: Look at that! There’s too many sevens in that date! I’m going out for a smoke.
One of my favorite episodes!
I’ll admit this went over my head initially.
Always enjoy a deep reference. Well played!
Sure, but is that 1777 in cube time or Fingal time?
I’ll walk back to the past.
We could send Bob Saget to meet Charlemagne
A man stuffed a Commodore 64, a floppy disc drive and a monitor under the dashboard of a small aircraft and then went back in time.
It would not have been possible with a VIC 32!
(And the thing actually had only 5K of RAM!)
You gotta Penultimate, you just gotta Penultimate!
Just imagine how far back in time he could have gone if he’d had an Amiga!
Not owning an Amega is a sadness in my life.
I bought a used Amiga 1000 for $250 from a small dealer in the mid-1990s and a friend traded me something for an A590 hard drive. I used it primarily for writing what I assume was terrible music on OctaMED. I have fond memories of that.
I swapped floppy disks endlessly playing The Secret of Monkey Island on my Amiga 500 with no hard drive. Surfed the early web at 1200 baud too! Good times! Eventually, the web changed for the worse, however, and my text-based browser could only show: