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    Default Las Vegas and an unrelated Gameboy Camera Question

    So, I'm going to Los Vegas today...are there any good thrift stores or pawn shops to check out?

    Also, I picked up a Gameboy Camera and Printer for $10/each (both are still in the box). Does it work on a GBA and is it worth keeping or is it crap? Since the thrift has a good return policy, I decided to get them eventhough I am not sure if I want them...

    -Todd

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    Default Re: Las Vegas and an unrelated Gameboy Camera Question

    Quote Originally Posted by toddst
    Does it work on a GBA and is it worth keeping or is it crap? Since the thrift has a good return policy, I decided to get them eventhough I am not sure if I want them...
    Okay, since ChristianScott is a wicked pissah of a guy, he did a quick google search and let me know that the camera works on a GBA. So, all I want to know is it crap or is it actually worth having...

    -Todd

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    The camera is a novelty but it's pretty cool IMO. The very fact that I can take a picture of my cat's head and then transpose it onto the juggler in that "ball" game alone makes it worth the price of admission. Also check out Captain Wrong's picture on the member photos page - done with GB Camera. With the printer, even cooler. Now you can make Todd Street STAMPS and dazzle and amaze your friends!

    As for thrifts in Vegas, try to catch up with TheRedEye, who lives there. Also our buddies the Mundos in Vegas might have a lead, I'll check with them (though I think they'd have either picked Vegas clean or would keep such places a secret).

    Have fun out there.

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    Thanks for the info Joe...Hmmm, Todd Street has a Posse stamps are good idea...If you can dig up any Vegas info, I would appreciate it--I'm leaving here at 4 and don't think I'll be able to check email until I get back...

    Okay, time to go get pizza.

    -Todd

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    Gosh, the thrifts here are kind of dry. As far as NES and newer, the best place I can recommend is a store called Replay: Used Toys and Things. Email me at TheRedEye@crazygrandpa.com if you want my number, I'll gladly help you out (and maybe even show you around if I'm free on Saturday).

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    Great...thanks. Check your email...

    -Todd

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