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Wow I really do feel old as I used all of the ancient tools.
Wow… If this is ancient then 8 track players must be extinct lol
wish i had the cassette one!
if our present civilization is wiped out and some future civilization does some excavation, I wonder what they will make of these fossils :p
Adam and Justin if your that old then you will know what these mean: LP45 and LP33 used to lessen to music whit them and not MAKE music with them.
@archer9000 I see your LP’s and raise you an Edison wax cylinder.
Used to work on word processors that used magnetic cards, then later had 8″ floppy disks!
I forget what they are called but the other day I saw some suplus company selling those little things that you’d pop in the hole in a 45 rpm record so it could be played on a turntable with a standard 5/16 spindle.
Oh, Dear Ones. I’m so old, I’m before computers and even Xerox machines. I relate to the 45 and 33/1/3 records. (and radio)
Cassete tape doesnt look right without the gears
What would have been good was a 5 1/4 inch floppy or better yet a 8 inch floppy
In 1923, horse jockey Frank Hayes suffered a heart attack in the midst of a race at Belmont Park, New York; his horse finished the race and, in the process, made Hayes the only jockey in history to win a race posthumously.
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