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The life of a machine

by | Apr 11, 2011 | Uncategorized | 5 comments

 

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  1. Ted

    Preach it, brother!

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  2. Rob Bowker

    Love the floating Remington – had a similar vision but of was a Corona on a river – I'll have to make some little floats.

    Multi-tools: I use a potato peeler to make chocolate and parmesan shavings (as well as peeling spuds). And of course toothbrushes are great for cleaning bicycles and… typewriters.

    Not just food for thought, but something to brush your teeth with afterward.

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  3. Richard P

    Ha, Rob, I temporarily forgot that I use toothbrushes for the same purpose!

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  4. Duffy Moon

    And, oddly enough, typed on a tool that started its life as TWO tools, but when they were brought together, it was in order to perform ONE task really, really well.
    That machine is amazing, and the typeface is so clean with that carbon ribbon. Simply incredible work.

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  5. Anonymous

    New to the Typeosphere. Just wanted to say hello, and that I'm mightily impressed with your layout.

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