You know the trick. When the game wouldn't load properly, you would take it out, blow in the open end to dislodge dust, grit, peanut butter, or what-have-you from the electrical contacts, then put it back in and hope that it worked (or repeated as necessary).
To the person who sent me this photo on the mail from an unknown location: I love you. [LuckyLobos—Thanks A!]
Terrorists are running out of places to put their bombs—even shoes are off limits now. So where do you stick explosives these days? Here's a look inside the deviously clever design of printer bombs that made recent headlines.
Only one of these Nintendo cartridges exist in the world, which is why it has beaten the $17,500 gold 1990 Nintendo World Championships cartridge. The new record: $20,400. However, its price is not the strangest thing about it.