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  • lex
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    Originally posted by antiwup
    How much money did President Abraham Lincoln have in his pockets when he was assassinated?
    Was it $5 (a confederate $5 bill)?

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  • antiwup
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    How much money did President Abraham Lincoln have in his pockets when he was assassinated?

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  • antiwup
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    Originally posted by antiwup
    where was the first drive-in movie theater built?
    you had enough time you wups!!!
    heres the answer

    Camden, New Jersey, in 1933.
    Last edited by antiwup; 06-03-2007, 01:31 AM.

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  • antiwup
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    where was the first drive-in movie theater built?

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  • Broncomania96
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    Originally posted by darrent/hero
    what is the best team in the nfl??


    freebie!
    Packers, LOL wheres my CP

    (goes and hides with last poster)

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  • darrent/hero
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    what is the best team in the nfl??


    freebie!

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  • Raiderfan76
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    Originally posted by antiwup
    ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A
    Right!

    I owe you one........




    Originally posted by antiwup
    Sega also owns what entertainment fun center which was founded in 1997???
    GameWorks.
    Last edited by Raiderfan76; 05-14-2007, 05:22 AM.

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  • antiwup
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    Sega also owns what entertainment fun center which was founded in 1997???

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  • antiwup
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    Originally posted by CinnaMunMun
    The Famicom was about $100 USD.

    The NES (the US Famicom) was sold in two bundles. One being $249 (including a Robot, two controllers, light gun, a game for the robot, Duck Hunt, and Super Mario) and the other being $199 (controllers and Mario).

    Name every game system SEGA has ever made.
    Sega SG-1000: Available in limited markets
    Sega SG-1000 Mark II: Updated model now with a keyboard
    Sega SG-1000 Mark III: Only available in Japan
    Sega Master System: Essentially the SG-1000 Mark III only with a different name a few minor adjustments
    Sega Mega Drive: Known as the Sega Genesis in North America
    Sega Mega CD: Known simply as the Sega CD for the North American market, it allowed CD based games as well as Audio CDs to be played on the Mega Drive.
    Sega 32X: Hardware update to the Mega Drive allowing 32 bit based games to be played
    Sega Multi-Mega: a portable CD player with the functionalities of a Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega CD. Following the Mega ... brands, its name was Multi-Mega in the majority of the world and Genesis CDX in North America.
    Sega TeraDrive: A 16-bit PC with an integrated Mega Drive. Came with a Software Development Kit to allow creation of Mega Drive games. The system was only released in Japan.
    Amstrad Mega PC: TeraDrive for Europe & Australia
    Sega Neptune: A Sega Mega Drive/32X hybrid. It never passed the prototype stage. Only two empty cases are known to exist.
    Sega Saturn: True 32-bit console
    Sega Dreamcast: First 128 bit console, Sega's last console
    Sega Pico: an educational gaming system.
    Game Gear: Sega’s 8-bit Handheld
    Sega Nomad: Sega’s Portable Genesis took its own identity
    Sega Mega Jet: Genesis on Air

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  • BroncoAV06
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    Originally posted by CinnaMunMun
    The Famicom was about $100 USD.

    The NES (the US Famicom) was sold in two bundles. One being $249 (including a Robot, two controllers, light gun, a game for the robot, Duck Hunt, and Super Mario) and the other being $199 (controllers and Mario).

    Name every game system SEGA has ever made.
    I will take a blind stab at it.

    Genisis, Saturn, and Dream Cast.

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  • CinnaMunMun
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    Originally posted by antiwup
    what was the launch price for the NES system on its japanese release day!!! if thats hard what was its launch price in the US??
    The Famicom was about $100 USD.

    The NES (the US Famicom) was sold in two bundles. One being $249 (including a Robot, two controllers, light gun, a game for the robot, Duck Hunt, and Super Mario) and the other being $199 (controllers and Mario).

    Name every game system SEGA has ever made.

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  • antiwup
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    what was the launch price for the NES system on its japanese release day!!! if thats hard what was its launch price in the US??

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  • antiwup
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    Originally posted by Raiderfan76
    In the classic NES video game Contra, what was the secret code needed to be entered at the very begining to get 30 lives?

    ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A

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  • Raiderfan76
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    In the classic NES video game Contra, what was the secret code needed to be entered at the very begining to get 30 lives?

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  • cheesehead4
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    Originally posted by Raiderfan76
    68 ?

    It's a guess.
    BINGO!

    I owe you one.

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