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Oct 18 2011, 09:38 AM
Oct 18 2011, 08:01 AM
s**t. and i had a lowest time while the contest was running lol ! but i'm shitty Quebec and i can't participate in like 99.9% of every contest run in the world. goddamn f**king stupid place.

any idea if the buyer still have it ?
Not sure what you mean buddy, if you mean - do I still have it? Yes, but probably not for very long.

As for shortcuts, I found out after the fact about jumping the wall shortcut. Don't exactly remember why I used Toad as my racer, as I hardly ever used him/her/it.

Edit - Oh, sorry. My post makes it seem like I already sold the controller, no I still have it but am in the process of selling it. I just came upon this website after I listed it on ebay.
That's pretty cool DJ Cat.

Also, in regard to the Mario Kart Gold Controller, been digging a little bit and found this http://tompreston.deviantart.com/art/SYAC-Deadline-Part-1-204707881 - the guy also has a Gold Controller he won from Mario Kart (he drew a picture of it and then describes how he won the controller). Just look below in his comments, but this is what he says

"I hate deadlines. They have a curious way of eluding me for the longest time and then creeping up and pouncing on me when I least expect it...

EDIT: Yeah I'm playing the N64. It's really not THAT old is it? I mean, if I wanted to I could've made it an Atari 2600 controller. I have ALL my video game systems hooked up to my TV and I play them regularly. Don't get me wrong, the Wii's virtual console is awesome and allows me to play some games which I don't own, but there's nothing quite like playing the original games on the original consoles.

Also, fun fact: It's kinda hard to tell because I had a very difficult time getting the color right, but I'm playing with my special gold N64 controller that I won in a Nintendo Power Mario Kart 64 contest. It involved having to beat Mario's Circuit in under a minute or something insane, and after a lot of trial and error I did it, took a Polaroid, sent it in and never expected to hear about it again. Then one day several months later I got a mysterious package and when I opened it it was the gold N64 controller with a picture of Mario saying "congratulations!"

I loved that controller. Too bad it's uniqueness was eliminated when they started selling gold controllers to promote Goldeneye...

Why the hell am I writing all this?"
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