Your credit cards aren't the only thing maxxed out this season.
Classic gamer Mason Cramer just maxxed out Super Mario World, the SNES classic, scoring the highest number of points possible int he game. In this case, it's 9,999,990 points.
Other people may have done that before. But Cramer did it on what Twin Galaxies, the keeper of the flame for video game high scores, calls Extreme Settings. That is, he did it on his very first Mario. No deaths, despite Cramer no doubt racking up dozens of spare Marios with all those points.
The Examiner article I linked to int he second paragraph gets some good details about what a run like this means: how he would go two or three hours at a location where a game trick would let him get unlimited points, but have to always rush to finish the board in time.
Also, sadly, he was playing on his friend's cartridge: his friend died in 2009. He dedicated the win to his buddy. Now I'm feeling a bad because of a friend of mine who died. Never dominated a video game in his honor. Maybe I should.