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The Douched Moose   (TDM)


Founded by :
Telephony on 15 October 1989

Dissolved in :
1 July 1994

Group Type :
Demo Group

Base Country :
United States

Website :

Trivia :
Founded as "The Douched Moose" with a single person (me); I created the 192-line $D016 wave used in my single-page demo "TRANSITION/TDM".

I came up with the name The Douched Moose because at that time I had a small plastic moose head with antlers that could be independently swivelled a full 360° in the Y-axis; with some configurations, it truly looked like a douched moose. ;-)

In many of my demos, I had coded into the scrollie, "IT'S LATE AND SOMEONE BUSTED THE COFFEEPOT". This simply meant that it was very late (most likely I was at the end of an all-night coding session) and I had to save the memory blocks and hang it up for th time being so that I could get some shuteye.

When another member joined in 1993, the name was changed to The Douche Crew; that name was based on the SOD song "Douche Crew" and I thought it as kinda funny at the time.

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All Members :
Telephony (15/10-1989 -> ) .... BBS Graphician, Coder, Graphician, Logo Graphician, Modem Trader, Organizer, Sysop, Webmaster

Releases : (2)
DownloadWarp Damage ... 1993 One-File Demo
DownloadMag Factor Three ... 1992 Demo

User Comment
Submitted by TDM on 25 November 2006
All releases (there are more, but I cannot remember every one):

1992: HMBC/TDM*
1992: URINALWRITER/TDM (interactive demo)

* HMBC is an abbreviation for "Heavy Metal Board Crasher". This was in reference to the music I listened to (like Anthrax, Raven, Metallica, Exciter, etc.) and dial-up bulletin board systems (BBSs, or "boards").

** The name PUSSYWHIPPED stemmed from an SOD song by the same name...no other dentro, demo, or megademo at the time had a vulgar name (that I was aware of anyway), so I thought I'd be the first. :-)

*** This dentro featured a 192-line $D016 wave that I coded; something that had not yet been accomplished.

**** This megademo that I wrote had color raster bars at normal size and magnified three times on the same screen (both of them "bouncing" and passing in and out of stationary rasterbars) -- also something that had not been done before.
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