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"We were then taught how to erect a tent. Our instructor was a former Special Forces soldier who arrived with a pixelated face... and he was very bossy."

Jeremy Clarkson 

Welcome to T.M.R's Workstation, the "online residence" of me, fairly commonly known as T.M.R, sometimes as The Magic Roundabout, Jason, " oy, git face!" and assorted other titles which are probably far too rude to be repeated in polite company. Or any other kind of company for that matter. This page is the latest three installments from my blog and, for the more masochistic amongst you who feel the need, click here to read the remaining drivel.

 [ A (block) moving story ] posted 2014-09-11T14:56:47Z 

Every now and then I’m prone to having unexpected “ideas”, the most recent of which was “why not convert Blok Copy to the Plus/4”! And, although there’s more work to do which might take a while, after a little “persuasion” it actually works. But I think Sean is actually going to kill me this time [&#... [more]

 [ Pimp my breadbin ] posted 2014-09-01T14:54:15Z 

This time last week my Beloved and I were thinking about the journey home from my parents’ place in Kent and, along with the kit I’d dragged down there to get some work done, we came back with some C64s because I want to “pimp” one a bit and needed a working or repairable board [&#... [more]

 [ Wolverhampton wandering ] posted 2014-08-11T17:11:56Z 

So… what did I do at the weekend? Oh yes, on Friday Spencer and I threw the Oldschool Gaming small rig (C64 with Turbo Chameleon, Atari 800XL with SIO2SD and A600HD with CF conversion) into the back of his car along with his four player Daytona USA emulation set-up and pootled down to Wolverhampton for [&#... [more]

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