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I hate the smell of these places. They tend to smell like old lady
ass and musty wool and Play-Doh. Anyway, I found three albums new in
wrapper which seemed as though they may have value so I bought them.

Kitty Kallen, "My Coloring Book", mono, RCA

Judy Garland, "The Hits of Judy Garland", stereo, Capitol

The McGuire Sisters, "The McGuire Sisters", stereo, Vocalion

One dollar each. I figure they will be good trade bait although they
don't interest me a lot.

I also found an old sweep/marker generator and an old battery
charger. The battery charger will make a dandy 12 volt DC supply and
the sweep-marker generator will sit on my hamfest pile with its tubes
removed simply so some tube rolling coprophage doesn't buy it and
throw it out for the tubes as they like to do.
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On Aug 5, 10:33*am, Bret L wrote:
*I hate the smell of these places. They tend to smell like old lady
ass and musty wool and Play-Doh. Anyway, I found three albums new in
wrapper which seemed as though they may have value so I bought them.

*Kitty Kallen, "My Coloring Book", mono, RCA

Judy Garland, "The Hits of Judy Garland", stereo, Capitol

The McGuire Sisters, "The McGuire Sisters", stereo, Vocalion

*One dollar each. I figure they will be good trade bait although they
don't interest me a lot.

*I also found an old sweep/marker generator and an old battery
charger. The battery charger will make a dandy 12 volt DC supply *and
the sweep-marker generator will sit on my hamfest pile with its tubes
removed simply so some tube rolling coprophage doesn't buy it and
throw it out for the tubes as they like to do.


what do you do with the tubes, stick them in your
ass, prong side first?
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On Aug 5, 12:40*pm, Clyde Slick wrote:
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*I hate the smell of these places. They tend to smell like old lady
ass and musty wool and Play-Doh. Anyway, I found three albums new in
wrapper which seemed as though they may have value so I bought them.


*Kitty Kallen, "My Coloring Book", mono, RCA


Judy Garland, "The Hits of Judy Garland", stereo, Capitol


The McGuire Sisters, "The McGuire Sisters", stereo, Vocalion


*One dollar each. I figure they will be good trade bait although they
don't interest me a lot.


*I also found an old sweep/marker generator and an old battery
charger. The battery charger will make a dandy 12 volt DC supply *and
the sweep-marker generator will sit on my hamfest pile with its tubes
removed simply so some tube rolling coprophage doesn't buy it and
throw it out for the tubes as they like to do.


what do you do with the tubes, stick them in your
ass, prong side first?


I'll probably use them in some other project.
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On Aug 5, 10:33*am, Bret L wrote:


*I hate the smell of these places. They tend to smell like old lady
ass and musty wool and Play-Doh. Anyway, I found three albums new in
wrapper which seemed as though they may have value so I bought them.


*Kitty Kallen, "My Coloring Book", mono, RCA


Judy Garland, "The Hits of Judy Garland", stereo, Capitol


The McGuire Sisters, "The McGuire Sisters", stereo, Vocalion


*One dollar each. I figure they will be good trade bait although they
don't interest me a lot.


*I also found an old sweep/marker generator and an old battery
charger. The battery charger will make a dandy 12 volt DC supply *and
the sweep-marker generator will sit on my hamfest pile with its tubes
removed simply so some tube rolling coprophage doesn't buy it and
throw it out for the tubes as they like to do.


what do you do with the tubes, stick them in your
ass, prong side first?


*I'll probably use them in some other project.-


that'll make the tubes glow with happiness.
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