May 24, 2005
If you read over my last four entries they go down-up-down-up, or up-down-up-down depending which direction you're reading. Up. Down. Left. Right. Down down left up left right up down down left right up up uppity up.
One of my coworkers brought in a mix CD today that turned out to be mostly Dashboard Confessional songs. She's in her 30s, she's never heard the term "emo", and she's singing along to "The Best Deceptions" while I type this. She told me recently that she had a dream she got drunk on her birthday and got something pierced. She's having a third-of-life crisis. It suits her. Even architects have to be teenagers at some point in their lives.
Posted by dianna at May 24, 2005 11:43 AM
Up up down down left right left right B A start!
It's the Konami code! Google for "Konami code" and see how much of a dork I am. Up up down down left right left right B A select start is a popular variation.
IDSPISPOPD! IDDQD! You are a dork!
So did you find that by someone telling you, or did you press buttons compulsively until you discovered it by accident?
Someone told me. It was part of the great Underground NES Code Railroad. And a best-of Nintendo Power.
mmm, i tried to find a 'select' button on my keyboard for a little while hoping a special treat of chocolate souffle would magically appear if i hit the sequence correctly.
Rats. I was going to tell you they had a limited number of ups and ups. But don't worry, because everything's on the up and up.
Hey, baby, wanna go out with me tonight?
Chocolate souffle! For that, I will make my own select button. Lemme at it.
Baby, hey.Out with you tonight, I will go. Revenge the sith we will until sun comes up does.
Red the town paint we will!
Quand les poules auront des dents!
Als Affen fliegen aus meine po!
Zur unbegrenztheit und jenseits!
Jacob- Another variation is UDUDLRLRBABASelStart. This gave you some ungodly number of lives in Contra, the only way that I was ever able to beat that shiznit.
Odd. I always used UUDDLRLRBASelStart for Contra. I wonder if they gave different (but equally huge) numbers of lives?
I've only ever used UUDD.... like Jacob.