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Offline TheBilgeRat

Trolll!!!!!
« Reply #15 on: April 13, 2012, 04:19:48 PM »
Quote from: gertsy;688332
Deep troll.  Sounds like a conspiracy in the making.....


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Offline vox

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #16 on: August 16, 2012, 12:43:04 PM »
Quote from: WarPiper;684513
Ok, so it has been years since I have last posted to Amiga.org, after hearing about and seeing the new Commodore 64 on you tube, then actually seeing a official Commodore website where I can actually purchase one, I nearly lost control of myself.  I was excited and even looked up the address on google and seen the store front of the company with the Commodore logo.  I had to make a call, this being about a month ago, I can remember his name, but we spoke about the Commodore 64 and (what I really wanted to talk about) the new line of Amiga computers that which he said were slated for this year.

I was told that the new Amiga will be a intel pc motherboard with a Linux OS, the first thought that came to my mind is a new commodore 64 in a Amiga badged case with the same open source, freely redistributable unbunto operating system that I have running along side my mac OSX and windows on my tri-boot mac.  

I am going to buy the new Amiga anyway to support Commodore, but I remember the Commodore Amiga being something different, like OSX is different from Windows, I don't feel anything is different with this flavor of linux. With evolution I understand that we can not stand still in the past with the old Amiga OS, but I do hope that an original operating system will be released giving the new Commodore Amiga the fresh breath of life that it deserves, rather than a stale billowed puff of air from a moldy bagpipe bag.


You do know that is no Commodore?
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Offline vox

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #17 on: August 17, 2012, 08:55:52 AM »
Quote from: WarPiper;684513
Ok, so it has been years since I have last posted to Amiga.org, after hearing about and seeing the new Commodore 64 on you tube, then actually seeing a official Commodore website where I can actually purchase one, I nearly lost control of myself.  I was excited and even looked up the address on google and seen the store front of the company with the Commodore logo.  I had to make a call, this being about a month ago, I can remember his name, but we spoke about the Commodore 64 and (what I really wanted to talk about) the new line of Amiga computers that which he said were slated for this year.

I was told that the new Amiga will be a intel pc motherboard with a Linux OS, the first thought that came to my mind is a new commodore 64 in a Amiga badged case with the same open source, freely redistributable unbunto operating system that I have running along side my mac OSX and windows on my tri-boot mac.  

I am going to buy the new Amiga anyway to support Commodore, but I remember the Commodore Amiga being something different, like OSX is different from Windows, I don't feel anything is different with this flavor of linux. With evolution I understand that we can not stand still in the past with the old Amiga OS, but I do hope that an original operating system will be released giving the new Commodore Amiga the fresh breath of life that it deserves, rather than a stale billowed puff of air from a moldy bagpipe bag.


You do really believe in all this? Do you know its not Commodore and its not new Amiga in any way?
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Offline persia

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #18 on: August 17, 2012, 03:58:12 PM »
Troll.

[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

What we\'re witnessing is the sad, lonely crowing of that last, doomed cock.
 

Offline persia

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #19 on: August 17, 2012, 04:02:27 PM »
You do realise that Commodore USA is a two year old company and the original Commodore went bankrupt in 1994, don't you?  

Quote from: WarPiper;684513
Ok, so it has been years since I have last posted to Amiga.org, after hearing about and seeing the new Commodore 64 on you tube, then actually seeing a official Commodore website where I can actually purchase one, I nearly lost control of myself.  I was excited and even looked up the address on google and seen the store front of the company with the Commodore logo.  I had to make a call, this being about a month ago, I can remember his name, but we spoke about the Commodore 64 and (what I really wanted to talk about) the new line of Amiga computers that which he said were slated for this year.

I was told that the new Amiga will be a intel pc motherboard with a Linux OS, the first thought that came to my mind is a new commodore 64 in a Amiga badged case with the same open source, freely redistributable unbunto operating system that I have running along side my mac OSX and windows on my tri-boot mac.  

I am going to buy the new Amiga anyway to support Commodore, but I remember the Commodore Amiga being something different, like OSX is different from Windows, I don't feel anything is different with this flavor of linux. With evolution I understand that we can not stand still in the past with the old Amiga OS, but I do hope that an original operating system will be released giving the new Commodore Amiga the fresh breath of life that it deserves, rather than a stale billowed puff of air from a moldy bagpipe bag.
[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

What we\'re witnessing is the sad, lonely crowing of that last, doomed cock.
 

Offline vox

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #20 on: August 19, 2012, 11:33:53 PM »
Quote from: persia;704000
You do realise that Commodore USA is a two year old company and the original Commodore went bankrupt in 1994, don't you?


Troll
http://www.amiga.org/forums/member.php?u=151
is added to my C=uSA throlls and ignore list here.

Now, understand why that list is out there.
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Offline vox

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #21 on: September 01, 2012, 03:37:36 PM »
Quote from: eniacfoa;688182
Do you realize how much money and effort it would take to make an OS as polished as MacOS or Windows?

Linux has an army of people working on it and it still not as polished as the two big guns...

I wish it wasn't the case.


Yes, those who invest in AROS, MOS or OS4 do know.

Its not just abusing whatever you can, what is innovative?
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Offline commodorejohn

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #22 on: September 01, 2012, 05:51:59 PM »
Dammit, vox, stop the perpetual thread necromancy.
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Offline vox

Re: Commodore USA's new Amiga and OS
« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2012, 05:56:57 PM »
Quote from: commodorejohn;706140
Dammit, vox, stop the perpetual thread necromancy.


I just comment what I do find amusing. Creation is alive, in order it to be necromancy, it has to be dead. Not that I don`t like necromancer skills in HOMM
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