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Text:today it's the 23th july 1987. my friend hochmoor
is in wessiland and i (crocodile) are
in berlin. i stood up at 9.00 and when
looked out of my window it rained. so i
decided to work on my c64. i want to learn cracking programs and so i went to karstadt and bought a two game disk of firebird. i had to pay 19.95 dm. on this
disk are the game 'u.f.o.' and the game '
galax-i- birds'. i was happy!! so fast as
i could i began to work with this disk
. i wanted to load the directory. it didn't come.
i load the games with speeddos
- plus, but it didn't go. then i began
to work with the old c64-dos. the games
were ok, but the directory didn't come.
i take the sector-editor, and then i began
to change the first adresses in track
18,1 and then it was all ok. now you co
uld load the directory. this was the copy-save.
i began to laugh!!! and for this
i have paid 19.95 dm!! i couldn't under
stand this. now i the games were speeddos compatible and the menue is away. i load it like a normaly cracked program. then i made list . and then i have seen my
problem. there was the list '1001 sys(2064)'. i mean, that you know something about this list. i think that it is the list of 1001's card-cruncher. now i ask me, how came this list in a new bought program!! i can't understand this. i would like it, if 1001 or you could give me an answer! please write me: e605 int. plk. 023068 c 1000 berlin 65 w-germany ! i would be happy, when i could get an answer. ha, i have learned very fast cracking (joke). it's a bad protec. you must
change only two adresses. now it's 11.54 and i write this message to you. i hope you like this intro. hey you, enjoy our holiday greetings. that's enough! i wait for answer.. this intro was written by crocodile for e605 international! tsch
au...........


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