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#189749 - 11/02/07 09:52 PM Re: So, I'm officially a geek... [Re: FormerTexan]
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Holy crud..the 150-in-1. That was SO cool. Did you have the IC chip??

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#189754 - 11/02/07 10:04 PM Re: So, I'm officially a geek... [Re: Still]
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I believe it did, yes. I also remember playing a lot with the LED display, albeit a single digit.

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#189762 - 11/02/07 11:12 PM Re: So, I'm officially a geek... [Re: Still]
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Originally Posted By: Robbie Brown

I gave my son Boo my MatchBox set from when I was a kid... Some of them have some very bad memories attched...


The memories I have attached to my MatchBox and Hot Wheels cars are quite painful to recall.

Bryan

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#189770 - 11/03/07 12:34 AM Re: So, I'm officially a geek... [Re: FormerTexan]
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Though in my mid-30's, i also had a electronic project board, i don't think it was "150-in-1" more like 60 or something, but i remember the different modules and patches, the circuit diagrams, it looked like like an old-fashioned switchboard. also had a jr. chemistry set (not the Gilbert one you could make cool stuff with, they had gotten rid of all the "good stuff" by my time) and a microscope kit w/ the preprepared slides and a few blanks, w/ one special "pond water" slide for live specimens.
Grandpa was a scientist, so i got each one as b-day or xmas present. I never did end up at LaRC or sandia though, that math stuff was just too darn hard...heh

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#189786 - 11/03/07 10:57 AM Re: So, I'm officially a geek... [Re: KeithR]
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Originally Posted By: KeithR
What about the DVD with the box that is a transformer \:\)



This was at Target. I don't know if it was a limited edition or not. I have a friend (in his 20's) who was giddy on his way to buy it. He was also giddy after he bought it. lol

Keith


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