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The Commodore 64 and #SensMOTB

So, among my many other quirks, I remain fond of that antique of computing, the Commodore 64. It is a lovely machine to me, and has never suffered a hard drive failure (it has none). It is a ton of fun to program.

As part of my fandom of things both C64 and Senators, I have taken it upon myself to learn a little more of the C64. What you see in this video--- full-screen picture display, custom font, and music, bad though it sounds, is all new turf to me as a coder. You'd think I would have learned that stuff as a teen in the early 90s, but I did not.

Thus, this program is itself a tribute to the Senators of 2013, who include a lot of rookies, also learning as they go. Players like Jean Gabriel Pageau, Cory "The Foehammer" Conacher, Jakob Silfverberg, Mika Zibanejad. They are achieving new things, reaching new heights.

On come the Penguins, and we will see, I suppose, what comes next. As for me, I'm hoping for another Sens win and another series win!

This FanPost was written by a member of the Silver Seven community, and does not necessarily reflect the beliefs or opinions of the site managers, editors, or Sports Blogs Nation, Inc.

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