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Ode to Spitzfaden’s

by | Aug 21, 2010 | Quiet-Riter, Remington, Spitzfaden's | 6 comments

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  1. rino breebaart

    These Remingtons are some of my favourites… Can I say that I love the gold paint effect? It adds a certain prestige factor without being all too, well, bling. They are fairly chunky machines, but something about them is just right. They've got good mileage, methinks.

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  2. Richard P

    Of course, Rino, feel free to write love letters to my typewriters anytime. (Or say you hate them! All opinions welcome …)

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  3. rino breebaart

    Hm, my quiet-riter writing to your quiet-riter..? This gives me an idea for a story; a loose analogy for the interwebs.

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  4. Richard P

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  5. Richard P

    I love it!

    Sounds like the Olivetti is being used as a USB typewriter, so that every keystroke is recorded and put under surveillance. — I'm not given to paranoia, but I am getting more and more serious about the value of privacy and typewriting as a way to preserve it.

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