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This is the winner of the Excitebike 64 tournament and here's his prize.
9 Feb 2009
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games: super mario 64, aq adventure quest, puzzle pirates, coolio beat 2, electric man 2 flash game), a lot of my favorite games combined. fun... song is promise from simple plan
22 Dec 2008
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Intern Danny Fukuba and Roger Chang show you some neat tricks when building your own portable Nintendo 64.
13 Dec 2008
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Intern Danny Fukuba and Roger Chang show you some neat tricks when building your own portable Nintendo 64.
16 Dec 2008
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Music video for Star Fox 64 (or Lylatwars) I made back in July of 2004, features the song 'You Could be Mine' by Guns and Roses. Video download: *******www.megaupload****/?d=RX9RO1SW
3 Jan 2009
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Asi Dizi 64. Bölüm Fragmanı
25 Apr 2009
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"WHEN I'M 94" is "Loose Bruce" Kerr's new parody. The Beatles' "When I'm 64" is updated to be the concern of Baby Boomers...who will take care of us after we are no longer able to care for ourselves? Can we expect that our kids will take care of us? Should we? Did our parents have to impose on us? The generation that worshiped youth, that worried that biological clocks might run out before starting a family, now has to face the possibility of that biological clock slowly running down with our not having saved enough from a liftetime of work to be able to support the autumn of our years. College funds for our children were the challenge, forget about putting that into the retirement fund. Does that mean we get to rely on our kids if we get stuck in our final years? What're the rules? Hasn't this always been the unwritten burden of the children of the aged? But living to 94 or a hundred is quite different than living to 55 or 60, as in the old days...hence, "When I'm 94." Enjoy! Loose Bruce Kerr is an irregular feature of the Dr. Demento Show and the Jim Bohannon Show on nationally syndicated radio. Bruce opened for Weird Al Yankovic. Bruce records his audio tracks and videos in his garage in Mountain View, California, recording each instrument and vocal one at a time. Bruce resumed his legal career after 20 years off to pursue music. He is now Assistant General Counsel for Sun Microsystems in Northern California's Silicon Valley. email Bruce at: BKerrLawaol**** visit loosebrucekerr****
24 Jul 2009
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On today's This Week In Youtube #64, protesters against Miley Cyrus, Pee Wee Herman tweets for the first time, and a black stallion creeps everyone out! Join Lon Harris and Shira Lazar as they blast through this week's hottest videos.
26 Sep 2009
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In this video tutorial we teach you how to find the Crysis Crytek Sandbox 2 editor install file if you own a system with 64-bit edition of vista. To find the file, simply go to "computer", right click on the drive that holds the installation disk, choose "explore", open Sandbox2 folder and there is the installation file for the Crysis Crytek Sandbox 2 Editor. Thanks to chris246 in the artical here: *******551714e7.qvvo**** You can just download the file here: *******f3fde113.qvvo**** Please remember to rate, subscribe, and post a video comment, or even hack our community at www.hakzunlimited****.
28 Oct 2009
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[Recorded Dec 10, 2007] The Commodore 64 was an 8-bit home computer released by Commodore International in August, 1982, and during it's lifetime (between 1982 and 1994), sales totaled close to 17 million units, making it the best-selling single personal computer model of all time. Approximately 10,000 commercial software titles were developed for the Commodore 64 including development tools, office applications, and games. The C64 made an impressive debut at the 1982 Winter Consumer Electronics Show, as recalled by Production Engineer David A. Ziembicki: All we saw at our booth were Atari people with their mouths dropping open, saying, 'How can you do that for $595?' The term personal computer was a common term in the early 80's and was used as early as 1972 to characterize Xerox PARC's Alto. During this era of microcomputer innovation, the market was dominated by the IBM Personal Computer (IBM PC), the Commodore 64, the Atari 8-bit family, the Apple II, Tandy Corporation's TRS-80s, and various CP/M machines. Although the history of the Commodore is rich, the histories of the people and the companies that developed these early personal computers are also critical to the personal productivity tools and business solutions we often take for granted in our daily lives. This panel discussion is a celebration of the Commodore 64 computer and how it spawned a tremendous market for home, small business, distributed and networked technology.
28 Dec 2009
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DEMOKRAT PARTİ 64 YAŞINDA
8 Jan 2010
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Visit *******pookyfish***.cc for more free stuff. You can download and play the original GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64 on your computer for free as well as all the other great games from the N64 Era, completely free
3 Feb 2010
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