YTMND '83
Created on: August 7th, 2006
YTMND '83
Live from Max's basement in 1983!

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August 7th, 2006
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5 stars for the C64. Greatest computer ever.
February 8th, 2011
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double true
August 7th, 2006
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I give you props.
August 7th, 2006
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The fact that ST:TNG and Finding Forrester weren't around in 1983 notwithstanding, you get a 3 for effort and +1 for the break error.
August 7th, 2006
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Lol lawl
August 7th, 2006
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^^ then the c64 pushed it to the limit!
August 7th, 2006
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Ah, the memories.
August 7th, 2006
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I had a Commodore. I wrote that software.
August 7th, 2006
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TWAS AIGHT
August 7th, 2006
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Wow, great job. C64 ftw!
August 7th, 2006
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lawlawlawlawlawlawlawlawl
August 7th, 2006
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anything less would be uncivilized
August 7th, 2006
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YES!
August 7th, 2006
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Sad thing is I still have one somewhere. @_@
August 7th, 2006
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Pretty sweet.
August 7th, 2006
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1200 baud, 5 megs online!!!
August 7th, 2006
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YOU, WIN!
August 7th, 2006
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Well done.
August 7th, 2006
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HAHAHAHA
August 7th, 2006
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an instant winner
August 7th, 2006
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Third YTMND i've commented before a downvoter did.
August 7th, 2006
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nice
August 7th, 2006
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I still have my C64 right here next to me.
August 7th, 2006
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cool
August 7th, 2006
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LOAD "UPVOTE",8,1
August 7th, 2006
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BRILLIANT
August 7th, 2006
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lol
August 7th, 2006
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I shat myself
August 7th, 2006
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Wow. Load, "WIN",8,1
August 7th, 2006
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Holy sh*t, that was awesome. I was only going to "4" it until the Break Error came up: NICE! Too bad most watching this will have no idea. Also, the load time was not long enough. ;)
August 7th, 2006
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Yes, because a real C64 had 256 colours and loaded programs that fast. Oh wait...
August 7th, 2006
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^ historcial inaccruracies
August 7th, 2006
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wasnt sh*t back that black and white?
August 7th, 2006
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Hehe, you right, I mean the real point of YTMNDs is to be historically accurate right?
August 7th, 2006
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a) you couldn't digitize that sort of music on a C64, and b) go back and turn down the sound quality even more for the picard song. Try 8-bit u-law or other forms of ridiculously old compression. It would sound worse than that. 64k wasn't a lot (but it's amazing what we did on it...)
August 7th, 2006
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More
August 7th, 2006
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-1 for showing sounds and gfx more appropriate for 1988 PC or Mac color.
August 7th, 2006
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5 for BBS nostalgia
August 7th, 2006
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this is great!
August 7th, 2006
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5/5d
August 7th, 2006
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+5 for 5o4, new orleans telephone number
August 7th, 2006
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Haha, historically accurate this ain't, but hey, may as well make it sound right. :) It'd be epic to hear the sound of the old cassette player loading stuff in. Man I don't miss that...
August 7th, 2006
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Now you know where I'm from ;)
August 7th, 2006
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It's an awfully advanced C64, but perhaps Picard upgraded it? >_>
August 7th, 2006
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ah, the days of monotone porn
August 7th, 2006
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5 for Commodore 64! :D
August 7th, 2006
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meh
August 7th, 2006
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A few innacuracies, but your heart was in the right place.
August 7th, 2006
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rofl
August 7th, 2006
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The graphics are more like an Amiga am i rite?
August 7th, 2006
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Make sound from PC speaker, then you got it correct.
August 7th, 2006
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this gets all my love just for being so oldskool scene. BBS ftw
August 7th, 2006
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THAT'S PERFECT!
August 7th, 2006
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You should really use Kirk, as he existed in 1983.
August 7th, 2006
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"Make sound from PC speaker, then you got it correct." Commodore's didn't have PC Speakers or PC Speaker sound, the sound used in this is right on for the most part Don't ever remember C64's having digitized speech capabilities, but I never had one, so
August 7th, 2006
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I had Zaxxon for the C64 on casette...took 10 minutes to load
August 7th, 2006
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yeah, this is basically awesome.
August 7th, 2006
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superbe
August 7th, 2006
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I had a digitized sound loop of Billy Idol's "Flesh for Fanatsy" on my C64. It sounded just a _tad_ worse than this does. But not too much...
August 7th, 2006
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no no, those graphics are way too good for a commodore 64.
August 7th, 2006
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Mucho props for this baby. My only suggestion would be to add more ytmnds to it.
August 7th, 2006
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Tighten up the grapics.
August 7th, 2006
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good thing max was only 1 year old
August 7th, 2006
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BigMucho r0x0rz my b0x0rz
August 7th, 2006
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Hahah this is way too awesome.
August 7th, 2006
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i had a C64 as my first PC, best system back in early 80's
August 7th, 2006
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FLASH. AH-AH.
August 7th, 2006
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★★★★★
August 7th, 2006
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LOL
August 7th, 2006
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awesome, awesome! comma eight comma one
August 7th, 2006
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Nostalgia: my first modem, around 1988, was 1200 baud, then bumped up to 2400 in 1990. There were C64/C128 BBSs even then - notoriously for warez. If you were on a BBS with i-net or FIDOmail or another network program, you could email someone across the country - but emails were exchanged by BBSs calling BBSs during down-time. Then we discovered how to hack the university's telnet to get to MUDs and Gopher, and aw baby it was ON. Ahhh, memories. OK, I shut up now.
August 7th, 2006
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5ed for C64 goodness.
August 7th, 2006
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lol very nice.
August 7th, 2006
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Too good of graphix for 1983. Still funny.
August 7th, 2006
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Do more. Load up the top 15. That was great. And the continuity error just makes it better. Ignore the downvoters.
August 7th, 2006
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Impossible Mission also had digitized speech: http://stayawhilestayforver.ytmnd.com/
August 7th, 2006
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I've often fantasized about living in the 1970s. This YTMND kinda shatters that fantasy. So f*cking glad I was only 5 in 1983.
August 7th, 2006
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Hahaha. It's funny because a good C64 programmer probably could fit that much content into 64K.
August 7th, 2006
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5d for the C64
August 7th, 2006
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My Dad had one. Memories....
August 7th, 2006
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5 for historical accuracy. I will attest that all this is true. I owned the YTMND program in 1983. BigMucho left out the important part that "picardsong" only got 11 views and was downvoted with messages like "WTF? who?1 star." "Don't you mean kirk? GTFO fail" "Kirk ain't that bald. fail" --The most popular YTMND back then was obviously "KHAAAAAN"
August 7th, 2006
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^ I hope you're joking, YTMND was founded like in 2000.
August 7th, 2006
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?Break Error
August 7th, 2006
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lol money-hat!
August 7th, 2006
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GRAPHICS QUALITY
August 7th, 2006
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:)
August 7th, 2006
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c64 was awesome. i still have mine.
August 7th, 2006
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,8 ,1 bitches
August 7th, 2006
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LOL @ money-hat!
August 7th, 2006
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......O .... o ...... ______.._(CJayC)_ ..._()_||__||_
August 7th, 2006
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BigMucho wins big again
August 7th, 2006
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C64 wouldnt have that color palette by a long shot
August 7th, 2006
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1200 BPS!!! 3 NODES!!! 5 MEGS!!!!!! ZOMG!
August 7th, 2006
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C64 = Win!
August 7th, 2006
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holy christ...parts of my childhood and pieces of the present together for one raging mindf*ck
August 7th, 2006
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5 for your description. good work.
August 7th, 2006
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SYS 64738 bitches!
August 7th, 2006
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lol
August 7th, 2006
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The buildup was excellent, but the payoff was a crushing disappointment. I was kinda hyped up for a SID remix of the Picard theme there or something (Yes I know the C64 could do samples)
August 7th, 2006
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5 Stars for old skool computing :D
August 7th, 2006
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awesome
August 7th, 2006
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Everyone who thinks the C64 couldn't do this needs to get a copy of the VICE emulator and C64 adaptation of the "Second Reality" demo.
August 7th, 2006
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Break Error wins it for me. I sat on my dad's lap and played Donkey Kong on the C64 back in '83. Thanks for the memories.
August 7th, 2006
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Good old BBS's. I went to a telnet bbs last year just so I could finally see the end of LORD...
August 7th, 2006
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with amazing lifelike graphics
August 7th, 2006
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5'd to piss off the nitpickers
August 8th, 2006
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cool
August 8th, 2006
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oh you're good...
August 11th, 2006
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A system with 38 kilobytes couldn't load that site
August 12th, 2006
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That woulda been so sweet
August 13th, 2006
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+5, Technology back then sucked ass-lol...
August 13th, 2006
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forgot to +5 lol...(It's 3:45am...)
August 15th, 2006
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5 Because I still have a functional Commodore 64. God, I'm gonna go play the original Dragon's Lair now, followed by the original Test Drive. I love that computer!
August 25th, 2006
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needs nedm.
August 27th, 2006
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that was amazing
August 29th, 2006
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,8,1'D
September 7th, 2006
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I was born that year.
September 9th, 2006
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Wow, this really brings back memories
September 9th, 2006
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awesome
September 9th, 2006
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This is probably where they got the idea for ST:TNG! Good work.
September 9th, 2006
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some very good childhood times were spent on a c64
September 9th, 2006
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5'd only because I actually pressed a key at the title screen. >.>
September 9th, 2006
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Oh man that is GOLD!!! Most people probably won't get all the genius in this one. Even oldschool BBS references, classic!!!!! Where's my phreaks at! :):):)
September 9th, 2006
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Fantastic!
September 9th, 2006
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YTMN83
September 9th, 2006
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,8,1 = 5
September 9th, 2006
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The area code of the BBS puts it in Chocolate City. (Well, if you really want to be pedantic, in 1983, 504 serviced all of Louisiana, but more have been added since then.)
September 9th, 2006
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hahahah
September 9th, 2006
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Pushing the C64 to the limit, eh?
September 9th, 2006
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.....awesome and hilarious!
September 9th, 2006
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:):):):):):):):)::):):):::::)
September 9th, 2006
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lol
September 9th, 2006
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bbsomfg
September 9th, 2006
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5'd because I was born in '83
September 9th, 2006
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I adore my 64
September 9th, 2006
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The audio would have took days to load at that speed.
September 9th, 2006
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I loved the C64. and i love you.
September 9th, 2006
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1 for sh*tty retro sh*t
September 9th, 2006
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UNIVERSE TIER
September 9th, 2006
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DELETE "YTMND83.YTMND.COM"
September 9th, 2006
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lol I have one of those in my garage. Remember Eagles Nest?
September 22nd, 2006
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That some time paradox you're got going here...
September 28th, 2006
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I Loved your sitehttp://ytmnd83.ytmnd.com5'ed
January 1st, 2009
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this is good