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My new portable typecaster

by | Apr 1, 2011 | Uncategorized | 9 comments


PS: I also got a brand-new Typescreen.

9 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    That thing looks brand new!

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  2. notagain

    Wow a genuine Flintstone Rock-riter!

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  3. MTCoalhopper

    Congratulations, you've got something in rougher condition than my Oliver #9. What did you do? ink the slugs by hand and press the paper against them, sequentially? No way that thing has parts that actually move!

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  4. Matt

    What in the world is that?! And, I really want your gold Royal, but I doubt I'll be able to afford it :( Oh, and what typewriter are you getting that you need to sell the gold Royal for funds?

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  5. Ted

    A can of WD-40 will fix that right up! :D

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  6. mpclemens

    Picked it up just today, did you?

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  7. Tom Furrier

    Just dip it in a little evapo-rust and it's as good as new.

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  8. Adwoa

    I agree with MTC – no way that thing typed your text! I think this is a bit of trickery here – something else with moving parts must have typed, otherwise you wouldn't have enough force to puncture a hole through the "o" in polishing. But what? And how? Sometimes, if I forget to re-engage the paper release, I get crooked letters…

    Clever post all round! Excellent for April 1.

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