How you know you were a geek in the eighties

  1. You remember when AD&D went to Second Edition, and were ticked off about it.
  2. You know the Commodore 64 bootup sequence.
  3. Wargames was your favorite movie.
  4. After watching Wargames, you dialed into Delta's system and ordered tickets to Paris.
  5. You subscribed to Dragon Magazine and Boy's Life.
  6. You listened to Dr. Demento.
  7. There are three bins of Space Legos in your basement.
  8. There are CDs in your collection that are twenty years old.
  9. You ran a BBS from your TRS 80.
  10. You remember Donkey Kong's four screens, and know who Jumpman is now.
  11. Johnny Five - scaring the SHIT outta me since 1986.
  12. There is a a Mac Classic in your basement you have been meaning to turn into a Macquarium.
  13. You know at least one method for bypassing physical copy protection on floppy disks.
  14. After the Challanger disaster, you were the one that explained to everyone exactly what happened.
  15. You still have your big fuzzy marching band hat.
  16. You have a working IBM Luggable in the basement.
  17. If you STILL jump after the phones ring because of Lawnmower Man.
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Bill Sempf

Husband. Father. Pentester. Secure software composer. Brewer. Lockpicker. Ninja. Insurrectionist. Lumberjack. All words that have been used to describe me recently. I help people write more secure software.

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