`Infinitely Cool' In 64 BitsNeil Gross
A few weeks ago, I got hold of a Japa-nese model of the Nintendo 64 game machine, which hit U.S. stores on Sept. 29. Within a week, my 6-year-old son Alec was constantly humming the theme music from the Super Mario 64 game. One day I joined in, prompting the following exchange. Alec: "Don't sing that song. I hate it." Me: "I thought you loved it. You sing it all the time." Alec: "I don't love it. Nintendo just stuck it in my brain."
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