Yeah,I've dealt with them over the years but lost touch.I know the proprietor is different now and have dealt with him.
I may be hitting him up in the future.I had a local guy but he went mia for too long to trust dealing with him again.Shame too because he did good work(stickers I made).
That's the problem.If you have the discipline you'd probably be better of not using a cc at all or you'll get caught up in the"why should I deprive myself?" Syndrome.
It's boring having 50-100k in ccs and not leaving an outstanding balance.
Nobody is promised tomorrow but use your...
Damn.I'm glad I purchaded like eighty of them in like December..
There was no casual mention of this anywhere..FU(K!
I purchased them sixty cents apiece..I don't know why I thought fifty five..oh well,not a really big deal for me after all.
Man up and purchase the real sh8t.You'll appreciate it more and you can always get your money back or more out of it if you decide to sell it off.
Think of it as an investment you can have fun with and then cash out when you decide to bail.
This is the same thing all those gambling outlets are doing.The model or plan is to lose millions of dollars by hooking a major portion of the user base with too good to be true deals while driving the competition out of business.
Once the dust settles and they are one of a few that remain,the...
That's it! Arcade pcbs with the exception of anything current or popular at that time were very cheap so to be able to play real arcade games at home on your television was a yuuuuuge deal!
I believe Games Group sold these knowing that they were faulty out of the box because I've owned several...
No .Gamesgroup made a Supergun that was a black box with two dials,a switch and two joy ports on the front panel and it came with a pad that resembled Mega Drive/Genesis which was 6 buttons whereas the later mentioned was still only 3 buttons.
The unit cost me approximately 500USD+ from one of...
Anybody remember their old super gun? It was nice and compact but that was crap too!
I had problems with that thing almost immediately out of the box.Ill never forget I was having problems getting Mat Mania to work.
This had to be like early to mid nineties ('92-'95)when MAS was the thing....