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re: The (non) persistence of memory
E-Unit   8/1/2012 7:40:22 AM
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Hmm, nice idea and obviously built to last but it assumes that the recipient will even think to try and find a way to read these gadgets. Still, once they open the doors it could be a great case of "told you so". Incidentally I not only have some 8 tracks but a machine that records them as well! Many years ago I used it as a jingle player for student radio, though cue-ing tracks was fun!

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