Computer Reset shop, liquidation. (USA)

Liam Proven lproven at
Thu Jul 18 10:40:02 CDT 2019

On Thu, 18 Jul 2019 at 14:41, Ethan O'Toole <ethan at> wrote:
> > This LGR guy took 15 min to get to the point. Any point. And his
> > channel doesn't even explain what "LGR" stands for.
> LGR is short for Lazy Game Reviews. His channel used to be reviews of old
> MS-DOS games or something. Random dude in NC, and slowly a following built
> of his videos.

Yup, I found that by looking at his other profiles, but it's an
example of the sort of attention to detail I find typical in
video-bloggers. Which is why I don't follow any.

> Agreed! It's cool that younger generation is finding some of the older
> stuff interesting. I would have thought it would have ended at emulation.
> The fact that people are doing 386 and 486 computer builds now is strange
> to me, I'm not going to lie. But we all have our funky hobbies.

Agreed on all counts.

> I think I recently sold a luggable computer on eBay to one of them. It
> worked 100% when I shipped it but arrived "broken." I'm still wondering
> if the guy damaged the CPU card (PICMG) in order to refund once he
> realized the keyboard was something he wasn't after. Cost me $100+ in
> shipping all lost.


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