I wish they had stayed. There's something vibrant about places that repair things.
I love that sign...There's still a TV repair shop on Avenue B (11th and 12th?) that still seems to do a little business....
i gotta find that shop!
yeap G&D....gone and departed its right...we have a old tube tv just waiting to be disposed properly...if there is a proper way ...
Well, someone is working in the basement. Did you peek in?The little shoerepair store has just closed here :( Now it is a *drumroll please* TV/VCR/DVD player/computer repair store. And, the guy puts fresh flowers on the counter every week.
two words: flyback transformer!
Sad to see these shops go. WE are a disposable society, not working right, just throw it away and buy new. I remember all those you mentioned. I also remember LP albums, 8-trak tapes, flash bulbs for cameras.
I still own and play about 1000 LPs! And my stereo uses tubes...
You got to keep LPs for the album covers. Don't get them on a ipod. Even on this timewarp island of mine I'd be hard pressed to find a place like this apart from one that reconditions old sets.Dusty is right about it being too disposable a world and that includes people.
Right on. How often do you hear someone say, "My ____ is broken but it would cost more to fix it. It'll be cheaper to buy a new one." That's not right! I remember all of the above and have a box of LP's Babooshka that I can't throw out because of those great covers. KM, I would love to hear those old LP's of yours!
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I'm in a love/hate relationship with virtual memory because of the way prices are always,and I domean always falling. I absolutely hate buying SD Cards for my R4 / R4i at (seemingly) a crazy bargain price only to see it become a whole lot more cheaper a few months later.(Posted on FFBrows for R4i Nintendo DS.)
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