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Smokey 3 years ago
That is an old ass computer, other than that, this is some sweet floppy music.
loscohones 3 years ago
where's ghostbusters when you need'em
pidgeburger 3 years ago
people be awesome in ways i never can
crimson 3 years ago
little ghost in the description made my day
dvh 3 years ago
Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D minor
JerryD 3 years ago
Can't help it but I ROFL a lot! Thou I'm very impressed of this brilliant idea!
banzemanga 3 years ago
lol Best video title ever!
I was hopping it go boom at the end though.
Platonic 3 years ago
The Phantom of the Floppera is dead...(now)
Cermit 3 years ago
I miss the Turbo button
Klawd3 3 years ago
so very cool nerd idea
cretia 3 years ago
the best use i have seen for floppy discs !!
I-Need-Money 3 years ago
sounds a bit floppy i guess
Denshin 3 years ago
this kinda reminds me of my first cellphone!
Deblaauwn 3 years ago
#9 Modern laptops have 'em back!
yourmum 3 years ago
Dammit. Where's the two thumbs up button.
CoYoT 3 years ago
#3 I Think That This Is Bach - Toccata and Fugue F (Floppy) minor
appropri8 3 years ago
I'm amazed...it wasn't the Super Mario theme tune.
sirval 3 years ago
when the world evolve so much? sontr you should get such a server to host the site.
Chrisofskjern 3 years ago
This is downright scary!
Hallsavenger 3 years ago
What the hell is wrong with him at the end...
ringmaster 3 years ago
And still, the ghost smiley isn't available? Like Vanessa Mae better...
orion 3 years ago
I wonder how this was tuned. I always imagined floppy drives were so inprecise pieces of hardware they could not control their motors so well. Oh well... I'd love to have this plugged into an electric organ.
dredawg 3 years ago
Who the hell still has 5.25" floppy disks lying around?
Teqskater 3 years ago
#23 More people then you might think. I have a bunch of them. And i still got the old computers that use them. And they still work.
ImmortalKnight 3 years ago
#9 did it ever do anything?
Cvejic 3 years ago
In 20 years or so, someone will play this on Bluray drivers...
For teh lulz.
3 years ago
400 x 300 px
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