Talk about 'retro'.
I think my two little boys are the only kids at their day-care that know what a
record is. I've collected three Edison Phongraphs (2-cylinder 1-disc) All
wind-up. My boys favorite record is the 'Abba Dabba Honeymoon' which was
recorded prior to 1920.
>Subject: Re: No LBC, Dizzy, Roe, etc
>To: "Paul A. Asgeirsson" <PAsgeirsson@compuserve.com>, "Valentine"
>cc: "Frank Clarici" <spritenut@Exit109.com>, "spridgets"
>Still have a few 78's collected from my family. I will cherish them. My
>dad also has an Edison phonograph and 2 boxes of cylinders. We were
>listening to them at Xmas.
>At this exact moment in time 7/26/00 23:28, PAsgeirsson@compuserve.com
>made the profound statement:
>>Along with the 45's, who remembers
>>FROM: Valentine, INTERNET:firstname.lastname@example.org
>>TO: Tom Stone, INTERNET:email@example.com
>>CC: Spridgets, INTERNET:firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Frank Clarici, INTERNET:spritenut@Exit109.com
>>DATE: 7/26/00 10:58 PM
>>Re: Re: No LBC, Dizzy, Roe, etc
>>I remember stopping at the "record store" to pick up the "Hit of the
>>week" The name of the store was "House of Wax"..... Only some of us on
>>the list knows why it was named that..... Who knows why? (don't give
>>away the answer).
>>Tom Stone wrote:
>>> Hey guys, I am 22 and I am proud to say I have USED an 8-Track before. I
>>> even know what one looks like. ;)
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: email@example.com
>>> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Frank Clarici
>>> Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2000 8:45 PM
>>> To: Brad Fornal
>>> Cc: Larry Macy; JustBrits@aol.com; Spridgets
>>> Subject: No LBC, Dizzy, Roe, etc
>>> Brad Fornal wrote:
>>> > Tommy Roe...................
>>> > Larry Macy wrote:
>>> > > It's a "Name That Tune" quiz.
>>> Oh yeah, and my wife has that tune on a FOUR TRACK tape player.
>>> 4 tracks debuted just before 8 tacks, I think she only has Tommy Roe and
>>> a Herman's Hermits tape for the old 4 track.
>>> Remember kids, you will be telling your kids about those funny little
>>> CDs you used to have in a few years.
>>> Frank Clarici
>>> Toms River, NJ
>>> The bug in the rice bowl
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>>Subject: Re: No LBC, Dizzy, Roe, etc
>>Reply-To: Valentine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Larry B. Macy, Ph.D.
>Department of Psychiatry
>University of Pennsylvania
>3400 Spruce St. - 1015 Gates
>Philadelphia, PA 19104
> Ask a question and you're a fool for three minutes; do not ask a
>question and you're a fool for the rest of your life.