|Killed By Hard Work|
Friday, August 20, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
|The Smallest Bible in the World<><> >>|
Saturday, August 14, 2010
The Record Locator was a featured portion of the "Disc Jockey" system that was marketed by the Conrad Corporation in 1957. The "Disc Jockey" held ninety 45 rpm records, and one of the main selling points was the ability to clean your records by packing them into the "Disc Jockey" and then dunking them in "luke-warm water in which a mild detergent has been added."
I am sure many nice 45 rpm records met their death in this manner in 1957. I have it on good authority that the real "Record Locator" is a Canadian guy named Don, who lives in an underground bunker with every vinyl record, cd, cassette, LP, Edison Cylinder, mini disc, mp3, and any other sound recording ever made, in the world. Really!!!
Friday, August 13, 2010
These are some railroad trademarks from a 1950 textbook entitled "Railroads at Work." The text and other items were created by the "Association of American Railroads" for kids to study in school.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
|Afro Ken<><><><> >>>>|
Afro Ken was designed to be the next "Hello Kitty" but he just never took off here in the USA. Hamtaro had a show on Cartoon Network for a short time but has now gone by the wayside. For every Pokemon, there are tons of Afro Kens and Hamtaro's that never went anywhere.