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  • Tbooks B.

    I remember when dad brought our 1st computer home...I also remember computer class at school.

  • Brett Pettit

    Radio Shack TRS-80 computer LOL, I remember this!

  • Emil Devantie Brockdorff

    Remembering? #RememberThis #TripDownMemoryLane

  • Wendy Marek

    If we got all our school work finished we got to use TRS-80 computer. There was only 1 in the entire school. One game was where we literally directed a line that kept growing and we had to avoid running into the line's tail. Riveting.

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