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Options December 11, 2019: Vault classics: Redefining Freedom + None of This is What I Intended (Shows #364/365/689) | Download full MP3

1) "We are a great society because we are free society; on the other hand, it is very important for there to be limits." - George W. Bush
2) Sometimes, out of nowhere, it's like this moment of clarity.

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Redefining Freedom   Options Show #364, from May 10, 2005, live on KOOP Austin  2005  "We are a great society because we are free society; on the other hand, it is very important for there to be limits." - George W. Bush  0:00:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
Aram Khachaturian  Gayanne Ballet Suite (Adagio)   Options 2001: A Space Odyssey s.t.  1968  Armenian composer. Backwards, layered with forwards copy  0:00:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Aram Khachaturian  Gayanne Ballet Suite (Adagio)   Options 2001: A Space Odyssey s.t.  1968  Armenian composer. Forwards, layered with backwards copy  0:04:02 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    0:04:10 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Gary Dickerson  Excerpt: "Radio extravaganza"   Options On air in this timeslot one week ago 5/3/2005  2005    0:04:21 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    0:04:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken, Mendy  Apartment field recording   Options Recorded 12/7/2004  2004  4 layered copies  0:07:08 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Dead Texan  When I See Scissors I Can't Help But Think of You   Options The Dead Texan  2004  Two layered copies. Lifted from Farlan Veraitch's New Year's Type mix, January 2005  0:08:07 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Sigur Ros/Kjartan Sveinsson  Síðasti bærinn   Options Síðasti bærinn  2004    0:09:09 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Camper Van Beethoven, David Lowery  All Her Favorite Fruit (Live)   Options Live at the Knitting Factory, NYC, 7/18/2002  2002  Bootleg. Two copies of spoken concert intro repeated, then full song later  0:09:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jill Sharpe, director; CBC, producer; Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping, voice  I've Been Arrested at about a Monthly Rate   Options Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture  2003  That's about all my lawyer will allow  0:10:16 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jill Sharpe, director; CBC, producer; Margaret Kunstler, constitutional lawyer, voice  If Your Goal is to Get Arrested   Options Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture  2003  Which is often a goal - maybe sometimes it's better to have someone stop you for what you're doing, to have people pay attention.  0:10:54 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Tape-Beatles  Pens, pencils, stationery   Options Music with Sound  1991    0:12:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jill Sharpe, director; CBC, producer; Margaret Kunstler, constitutional lawyer, voice  What is the Motivation for the State to Suppress What's Being Done?   Options Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture  2003    0:13:54 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
John Lennon  Working Class Hero   Options Plastic Ono Band  1970  Censored for FCC  0:16:04 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
George W. Bush  Interview January 2005: The government should, not censor, but limit.   Options Interviewed by Brian Lamb on C-Span, late January 2005  2005  We are a great society because we are free society; on the other hand, it is very important for there to be limits, limits to what parents have to explain to their children. Protect the capacity of people to speak freely in our society, unless things go too far. The classic definition by the Supreme Court on pornography: You know it when you see it. In this job, there's some simple pleasures of life that really help you cope: One is Barney the dog. This year I'm reading the bible every day.  0:18:42 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Stone Roses  Elephant Stone (single)   Options Elephant Stone single    Two copies of intro, gradually building, eventually releasing to more of the song  0:20:18 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Cars  It's All I Can Do   Options Anthology - Just What I Needed  1979, 1995  A single loop. Tribute to skipping record from Ken & Joe's Radio Extravaganza, 1994  0:24:42 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  Happens right now   Options   2005    0:26:17 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Cars  It's All I Can Do   Options Anthology - Just What I Needed  1979, 1995    0:27:31 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
E-mail  Ken's email subject title: Magical Asparagus   Options   2004  Inspired by and created for Joel, 11/30/2004  0:28:15 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Album Leaf & Sigur Ros  Streamside   Options In a Safe Place  2004    0:28:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Cars  Just What I Needed   Options Anthology - Just What I Needed  1978, 1995  Four loops  0:29:20 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jill Sharpe, director; CBC, producer; Margaret Kunstler, constitutional lawyer, voice  One year you'll be arrested and the next year you won't   Options Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture  2003  Because you can do the same thing one year as you did the next year, and one year you'll be arrested and the next year you won't. So, do you not have the same right each year? Your right doesn't change. What changes is the intent and what the society, what the state wants to do, whether the state wants to suppress it or not. You have any right you assert. You have as much rights as you want to assert, and the only limits to your rights is what the state says, 'no, you don't have that right - we won't let you have it today.'  0:29:59 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Wayne Dyer  What You Want Wants You, CD 4, track 1   Options Secrets to Manifesting Your Destiny  2002  ...what it is that you do desire...there is something inside you...  0:38:17 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Philip Glass  Abandoned Factory   Options Undertow  2004    0:39:07 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Cars  You Are the Girl   Options Anthology - Just What I Needed  1995  One loop (plus lead-in to loop), used throughout last 17 minutes of show  0:40:42 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jima  X-Mas Bush   Options Dubya Cut & Paste Project  2004  George W. Bush reads 'Twas the Night Before Christmas  0:42:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jill Sharpe, director; CBC, producer; Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping, voice  NYU Will Charge Me in the Evening   Options Culture Jam: Hijacking Commercial Culture  2003  and then I have to stay in jail overnight, and then in the morning, there's no charges.  0:43:30 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  11 years in the making   Options   2005    0:47:17 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Phone caller  Daily Juice caller   Options   2005  I would put life in the juice. I would put a telephone in the juice. I'll put the juice in my ear. The juice is in the telephone. Evaporated into thin air. As thin as a bicycle spoke. It was spoken last week. Last week.  0:47:55 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    0:49:23 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
The Cars  You Are the Girl   Options Anthology - Just What I Needed  1995    0:51:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    0:56:07 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  None of This is What I Intended   Options   2005  Sometimes, out of nowhere, it's like this moment of clarity.  0:57:46 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Connelley  Dragonriders of Pern videogame music (SID rip)   Options Dragonriders of Pern (1983) for the Commodore 64, published by Epyx  1983  Book by Anne McCaffrey. Software development by The Connelley Group.  0:57:56 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    0:58:53 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
My Fun (Justin Hardison)  Portabello Road   Options One Minute Vacations  2004  Two copies. Field recording made in Portabello market in London, Feb. 2004. Found here.  0:59:10 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  You're blowing my mind. It's melting out of my left ear   Options   2005    1:00:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  I've said this before   Options   2005    1:00:57 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Charles Olins  Vivisection   Options 12 Monkeys Soundtrack  1995    1:02:55 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Michael Crichton, director & writer; Alan Oppenheimer, others, actors  Scene: Infectious disease of machinery   Options Westworld movie  1973  We aren't dealing with ordinary machines here; these are highly complicated pieces of equipment -- almost as complicated as living organisms. In some cases, they've been designed by other computers. We don't know exactly how they work.  1:04:23 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
John Carpenter  Gold to Wood   Options John Carpenter's The Fog Complete Soundtrack  1979  Two copies. Incl. beach sounds  1:06:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  Filling Your Reservoir of Knowledge   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:07:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  Designing the Next Ten Years   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:08:32 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Gyorgy Ligeti  Jupiter and Beyond: Requiem for Soprano, Mezzo Soprano, Two Mixed Choirs & Orchestra   Options 2001: A Space Odyssey Soundtrack  1968  Performed by Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra  1:09:40 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Art of Setting Goals   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:11:19 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  Developing a Powerful Personal Philosophy   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:11:39 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Miracle of Personal Development   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:11:56 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Five Abilities for True Success   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:12:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Principle of Association   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:13:01 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Cultivation of Lifestyle   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:13:37 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Rohn  The Day that Turns Your Life Around   Options The Art of Exceptional Living  2003    1:13:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  You have to play a role. You have to be something you're not   Options   2005  11-minute call, interspersed with Jim Rohn, Philip Glass, Ligeti, K.L.E.R.E. Light (Polyphonic Spree), Wayne Dyer. I don't like being subjugated and dominated. There's too much oppression required. There's this feeling like there's this wall between you and the world, and your whole reality is on one side of the wall, and the whole world is on the other. It's an oppressive wall, between everything else. You have to serve someone else. You have to play a role. You can't be all of yourself. There's too much oppression required. Exposure to radiation. Mental strain, abuse from the public, someone controls what I eat. The decay of the world. Doesn't matter how nice you are. Physical strain, obesity. There's not enough relaxing time at work. And then they can just fire you at any time. A waste of my life, sometimes. Sometimes I'm at work, and I realize I've just wasted six hours making money for other people. There's no real communication. Nobody understands where you are.  1:13:56 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  You have to play a role, part 2   Options   2005  It's really hard to have true connections when you spend so much time in an environment where you're not supposed to be all of yourself. What about what I want to do? What about my life? Sometimes, out of nowhere, it's like this moment of clarity, and what comes out is undiluted me, unmodified. And I feel lighter, so light, lightweight. So it's clear water, flowing through me, not being repressed, not being restrained. It feels really good when it happens. I want to do something else, I want to be part of a pack, or a pack of wolves, or a tribe. They eat together, find food, and take care of each other. And I want to find that freedom, that clarity, in every moment. Cracks, caves, holes, wide open places.  1:20:33 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Philip Glass  Target Destruction   Options The Fog of War  2003    1:24:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Philip Glass  Low Evil   Options The Fog of War  2003    1:24:31 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Philip Glass  Blind Moles   Options The Fog of War  2003    1:24:45 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Light (a polyphonic spree)   Options Show #281, from Dec. 9, 2003  2003  Two copies  1:24:54 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Wayne Dyer  Tribe Thinking   Options Secrets to Manifesting Your Destiny  2002    1:25:03 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Wayne Dyer  What Obstacles Really Are   Options Secrets to Manifesting Your Destiny  2002    1:25:16 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  Directly onto the air   Options   2005    1:26:12 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  I'm from   Options   2005    1:26:52 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  The steady diet of pixels and reflections   Options   2005  Is this the steady diet of pixels and reflections, or is this the wind massage? The butterfly cake sale as the buffalo's...  1:28:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza  Polyphonic Potato Head (A speech irony plop)   Options Show #282, from Dec. 16, 2003  2003  Original artists being remixed in original show include: The Polyphonic Spree, Ken's New York City field recording, WarGames, The Magnetic Fields, Bill Cosby, The Who, The Breakfast Club movie  1:29:13 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Wayne Dyer  Disk 2, track 8   Options The Power of Intention: Learning to Co-Create Your World Your Way  2004    1:29:32 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    1:33:14 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  I want to find peace...life isn't a game   Options   2005  I have my radio on. It's tough to decide what to do sometimes. I don't know. Aww, man. I want to go home, I want to sleep, I want to find peace, I want to find happiness, pleasure, be kind to life, courtious, patient, patience is a virtue, among other things. Life isn't a game. Life is for real, serious business.  1:36:26 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken      2005    1:37:27 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  Go to the window   Options   2005    1:38:20 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  I'm at the window   Options   2005  and I see the tongs on the flaming coal... I see an 8-year old gesturing, gesticulating wildly for the 18-wheeled truck to sound its horn by dancing it out on the sidewalk at night.  1:40:02 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  None of this is what I intended   Options   2005  My intention has 72 faces. I cannot always face my intention. My intention is two-faced.  1:40:34 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Stephen C. Biggs  Blue Max video game music (SID rip)   Options Blue Max (1983) for the Commodore 64, published by Synapse Software  1983  Took an hour to load from Datasette(tm) cassette tape  1:43:50 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  Video game (pinball?) sound effects   Options   2005    1:44:51 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Randy Glover  Jumpman video game music (SID rip)   Options Jumpman (1983) for the Commodore 64, published by Epyx  1983  Game info  1:45:20 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Jim Connelley  Dragonriders of Pern video game sound effects (SID rip)   Options Dragonriders of Pern (1983) for the Commodore 64, published by Epyx  1983  Book by Anne McCaffrey. Software development by The Connelley Group  1:45:45 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Dennis Caswell  Impossible Mission video game sound effects (SID rip)   Options Impossible Mission (1984) for the Commodore 64, published by Epyx  1984  Incl. Another visitor! Stay a while...stay forever! Destroy him, my robots. Game info  1:46:10 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  Cautiously caressing it   Options   2005  I relax the marble, the morph of which is the width of the world, finally touching it with my fingertips, cautiously caressing it, brush stroke technique of bravery tenderness.  1:46:22 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Live phone caller  Go to the window   Options   2005    1:47:19 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Michael Crichton, director & writer; Alan Oppenheimer, others, actors  Scene: Leave the resort open - everything's fine!   Options Westworld movie  1973  Central mechanism psychosis? I feel we should shut down the resort for a month. Oh, that seems rash. If we can't ensure the safety of the guests, we're going to be in desperate trouble. But we can ensure their safety! Everything's fine!  1:47:51 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Tangerine Dream  Love on a Real Train   Options Risky Business Soundtrack    Played backwards, layered with forwards copy  1:50:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Tangerine Dream  Love on a Real Train   Options Risky Business Soundtrack    Layered with backwards copy  1:50:42 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Ken  For the time being   Options   2005    1:52:59 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
 
Arturo en el Barco  Beth Dorris   Options Music for Students  2005  Not from the 2005 episode, although made in 2005.  1:55:45 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
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Listener comments!

Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 4:56pm chresti:

Hither I go..
Avatar 5:05pm northguineahills:

I hithered too....
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 5:07pm chresti:

I also sometimes dither
Avatar 5:08pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Type type type type
Avatar 5:12pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

tryna get the words accurate to the sounds
Avatar 5:16pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Welcome, chresti & ngh
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 5:19pm ParUbi:

Hey hey Kenzo & veryone
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 5:19pm fred:

Hello Kenzo and others
Avatar 5:25pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Long time no ParUbi, fred!
Avatar 5:27pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

That phone number burned
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 5:30pm fred:

Wednesdays are a good day for dance shows: I avoid weekends and premieres are often on Tuesdays (hard to get a good seat for these)
Avatar 5:33pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

So you're missing dance?
Avatar 5:36pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Camper Van Beethoven
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 5:39pm fred:

I went to a show yesterday. This one had a very short run, and seating was first come first served anyway. There are some good radio shows on Wednesdays, I had to factor this in
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 5:41pm ParUbi:

Do you live in Paris?
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 5:45pm chresti:

Contrary to what some might think, I am not a glamorous social person.
Avatar 5:46pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Do you live in Paris?
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 5:47pm fred:

I can't afford to live in Paris, I'm a few miles to the south
Avatar 5:50pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I'm a few miles to the south
Avatar 5:50pm WR:

Reverend Billy is still active and there is a choir: www.revbilly.com
Avatar 5:52pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Yeah, I think I heard he was doing a thing Tgiving weekend
  5:55pm Ike:

Love the rev.
Avatar 5:57pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

omg playlisting the second hour gonna be a finger breaker
Avatar 5:59pm northguineahills:

I had a commodore 64, and never saw this game...
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:01pm ParUbi:

I think I read the book
Avatar 6:01pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Dragonriders of Pern?
Avatar 6:02pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Yeah, it seemed like a "rare" one - my friend bought it from Toys R Us and then returned it, which was his thing.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:02pm ParUbi:

Yes. Something about a planet with dragons. Mixed scifi and fantasy conventions.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:02pm Carmichael:

Heya, Kensworth. Where are we on the playlist? there are no time signatures.
Avatar 6:03pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

We're right at the end. Doing the playlist live.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:04pm Carmichael:

Live?!? You're bucking a trend ...
Avatar 6:12pm northguineahills:

Type faster!

/s
Avatar 6:13pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

You've got to have a bite to eat, watch TV, and get to bed.
Avatar 6:14pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Hard to find motivational speakers who don't in some way reference their own obscene wealth.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:19pm ParUbi:

Part of the very narrow understanding of "success"-- gild your slide into the toilet
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:20pm ParUbi:

Is the Glass half Philip?
Avatar 6:22pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Don't be so Philip about it
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:25pm ParUbi:

I think Koyaanisqatsi
Avatar 6:26pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

And the answer is...
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:26pm chresti:

You ever consider becoming a motivational speaker?
Avatar 6:28pm northguineahills:

@ParUbi@6:19 *snert!*
Avatar 6:34pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

@chresti Hard to find an appropriate answer
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:37pm chresti:

Well, I know for certain that I never considered being a motivational speaker.
Avatar 6:39pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I don't have many certainties
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:43pm chresti:

It's easy, think of the least likely thing you would want to do, and be certain that you never will.
Avatar 6:43pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I work exactly in the opposite way. My to-do list is a reverse sorted list of things I'm afraid to do.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:44pm chresti:

..a good exercise for the motivational summer camp.
Avatar 6:44pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Blue Max. Used to sit and wait for this game to load in on cassette tape. Took nearly an hour. Gave my friend and I plenty of time to talk.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:46pm Carmichael:

I hear all 8 bits.
Avatar 6:46pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Jumpman. As my power supply overheated over time, and damaged the RAM in my C64, little pixels would randomly appear and become unexpected obstacles in the game.
Avatar 6:46pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Impossible Mission. It never even occurred to me that the game was winnable.
Avatar 6:47pm northguineahills:

I used to love Blue Max. I think I got to level 70+ once. I found an emulator, but I suck now.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:47pm chresti:

There's something lonely about video game sounds.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:47pm chresti:

Haha, except this one!
Avatar 6:48pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I'm glad these were social experiences for me. I don't wish video games on anyone.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Carmichael:

I used to play the Defender arcade game. No matter how good I got, it got better. And faster.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:49pm Rand al'Thor:

Mr. Potato Head!
Avatar 6:50pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Been recently listening to and reading interviews with Defender's author, Eugene Jarvis. (& Robotron:2084)
Avatar 6:50pm northguineahills:

I just a giant floppy disc (actually floppy) for my Commodore 64. It usually took 2 mins + to load, and maybe 30 secs b/tn some levels.
Avatar 6:51pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Levels of what?
Avatar 6:51pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Sometimes, out of nowhere, it's like this moment of clarity.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:52pm ParUbi:

I remember loading Boulderdash into the memory of my Atari 1200xl with a tapedrive
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:53pm ParUbi:

I remember that it would often crash at the last moment
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:53pm chresti:

My son was really into flight simulators -I was required to be the co-pilot
Avatar 6:55pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

I used to play a very early version of SubLogic's Flight Simulator. Mostly just sitting and staring at a blank horizon and listening to a monotone hum, for hours. Every now and then, the disk would spin and some scenery lines might go by.
Avatar 6:55pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

That was 2005. Now, this interstitial.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:56pm chresti:

Haha...
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:57pm chresti:

@6:55
Avatar 6:58pm Kenzo (Ken's Last Ever):

Thanks all for sitting and listening to the hum together while we wait for it to load.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:58pm Rand al'Thor:

Thank you, Kenzo.
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:59pm chresti:

,,then he went on to driving simulators and that game where you steal cars
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 6:59pm chresti:

Thanks Kenzo!!
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 7:01pm chresti:

^around 1999
Avatar Ken's Last Ever Radio Extravaganza supporter Marathon 2020 Swag For Life Member 7:02pm ParUbi:

Thanks Kenzo!
Avatar 7:03pm WR:

I'm feeling motivated, hope all are well.
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