YES, yay I got this plus I still have a cassette player and still enjoy listening to them! jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007
Unfortunately I am old enough to get it also! Thanks for the laugh and Happy Birthday!
Performed many a number of cassette tape surgeries in my day!
[Brandy! You're a fine girl. (you're a fine girl) ...]
No pencil required -
I wish I had known this band had released this song on computer audio file back in the seventies. I wouldn't have a closet full of records collecting dust right now. RECORDS. You know. One of these things!
Brandy! You're a fine TCK, Brandy! You're a fine TCK, Brandy! You're a fine TCK, Brandy ...
yes records, 8 tracks, cassettes----I remember the first time that I listened to a CD - and thought it just does not get any better than that - lol
Oh but records are all the rage again! I went to Best Buy Christmas before last to buy a CD player - didn't have any (you could order them online). But they did have a turntable. "It's more authentic" so I've heard from millennials - yeah, you get all the pops and scratches!
And didn't you hate it when it was the car cassette player that ate the tape?
When my son was about two, he went into his big sister's room, she is 15 years older than him, and he pulled all of the cassette tapes out of their cases...I cannot tell you how long it took me to put them back together. She never knew, thank God!
Them pencils sure did come in handy!!! Yup!
I wouldn't be surprised if the Millennials would stare at you with a blank face and ask, "What's a pencil?"
Oh yup I so remember the cassette days. Yep those pencils came in handy in the day. Haha puffthedragon yep how I felt asking for a map lmao
Oh yeah @jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007
I hate to say it but I remember doing the good ole pencil trick. A few years back, my nephew asked what the VHS tapes were. That was the first time I ever felt old. Lol
dwwms Our youngest daughter, who is 27, wanted vinyl albums for Christmas, she already had bought a turntable. Albums are very, very collectible now and the albums she wanted really were from a long time ago. My husband was given a turntable by my son and his wife for Christmas. They're baaaaaack!
The best site on the internet for vinyl records has to be: discogs.com. You can catalog your vinyl record collection for others to admire, price them for sale if you wish to sell them, or buy records from other member's collections if they're selling. There is as much information there on vinyl records, common and collectible, as there is here on quitting smoking. It's worth checking out if you have an interest in this type of thing.
I have approximately 2,000 vinyl albums from my high school and college days, before CDs came out and rendered my collection obsolete and practically worthless. I'm glad to see vinyl making a comeback, and that I didn't donate my collection to be made into chip bowls.
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