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so right now im watchin this show on vh1 on the 80s.... and they said when the sony walkman came out, it was $164.... i mean, that i could understand cuz it was new at the time. but theres an ad in an old Rolling Stone magazine i have, for Footloose on VHS.....for $50! why.... dvds were never even that much... shit was a rip off back then..

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lmao... i paid $149 for nintendo... or how about $199 for a turbo grafx 16 w/ cd player... how about an arm and leg for neo geo!!! not to mention my first cd player... and a cd that cost me 24.99... beepers, and service up the ass!!! guess jeans $69 along with z.cavaricci (sp) and a hundred something for sergio tachini outfits... $35 for hyper color shirts... how about the price of cable??? i want my mtv!!! everything was friggin gip!!! no wonder my parents are broke now... they had me as child (along with 3 others) growin up in the 80's... and all this time i thought it was cause of enron, worldcom, and alike... shiiiiiit...

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Im asking for X-Box for Christmas. It has the best graphics, and good games :cool:

I tried getting rid of my NIntendo and stuff at FUCKOLAND, and they'd give me only $5 for the console and 1 cent for the gun and Duck hunt :eek:

But i look at it this way. I also collected baseball and basketball cards, and some of mine went up 400% in value, so i can't complain :D

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Originally posted by dgmodel

lmao... i paid $149 for nintendo... or how about $199 for a turbo grafx 16 w/ cd player... how about an arm and leg for neo geo!!! not to mention my first cd player... and a cd that cost me 24.99... beepers, and service up the ass!!! guess jeans $69 along with z.cavaricci (sp) and a hundred something for sergio tachini outfits... $35 for hyper color shirts... how about the price of cable??? i want my mtv!!! everything was friggin gip!!! no wonder my parents are broke now... they had me as child (along with 3 others) growin up in the 80's... and all this time i thought it was cause of enron, worldcom, and alike... shiiiiiit...

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Originally posted by gmccookny

...I tried getting rid of my NIntendo and stuff at FUCKOLAND, and they'd give me only $5 for the console and 1 cent for the gun and Duck hunt :eek:...

i don't know what "fuckoland" is, but try selling that stuff on ebay. i knew a guy a while ago who was looking all over the goddamn place for an old nintendo, 'cause he had a shitload of games that he wanted to play, but only a broken unit. seriously, he was willing to pay some cash for it.

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Originally posted by dgmodel

lmao... i paid $149 for nintendo... or how about $199 for a turbo grafx 16 w/ cd player... how about an arm and leg for neo geo!!!

well at least u didnt get atari jaguar....

pretty soon we'll all be laughin about how we spent a G on digi video cams...

Originally posted by dgmodel

But i look at it this way. I also collected baseball and basketball cards, and some of mine went up 400% in value, so i can't complain

whats good in the basketball collection?

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Originally posted by gmccookny

Actually, it's FUNCOLAND, the chain that buys back old games and "fucks" you over in the process.

Hence the name i came up with: "fuckoland" :laugh2::tongue:

hmmm - never heard of funcoland, but i did know that "fuckoland" wasn't it's real name.

i'm not kidding, gmc; try to sell it on ebay!!!

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