This is hilarious. Your picture, I mean, not this comment. Maybe.
Sherwood: The post is hilarious. In order for your comment to be hilarious you will have to integrate a Scarface reference. Or possibly a Dora the Explorer reference. That is all.
Maybe it only plays "Roses are Red (My Love)" and "Blue Velvet" and "Mr. Lonely."And, BTW, going back to the real thing, my nominee for oddest technological step was adding the carrying strap to the top of radios before they were battery powered. I had one. The handle made it (only very slightly) easier to unplug it, carry it from this table to that table, put it down and plug it back in.
If I had more sense, Mike, I probably wouldn't admit that it took me almost two days to realize what your first sentence meant.
I tred a narrow path, Sherwood, between those old enough to catch the cultural references and those young enough to know what the hell is going on.
Reminds me of one my parents had.I awarded you a Sunshine Award, Ruth -- check it out at my blog: http://thegiesbrechts.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunshine-all-around.htmlCath
Well, Sherwood -- i might have gotten it immediately. Then again, i might not have. But none of my readers should forget what i've said before; that i work hard to create the impression that i'm smarter than i am.There, i've said it again.
OMG, I thought at first this was like an old timey Ipod! Then, I said, Nooo, its not a PDA either so it must be one of those old timey cassette player thingys great granddad talks about from back you know like the ice ages of something ancient like that, you know?But the my wife said, dummy read the label, it's a vintage radio. I like said, OMG like ummm what the heck is a radio? Does it like you know, do something cool? Should we like um, get one?LOL she didn't know the answer, can you help? Are you, like, well excuse me for asking, old enough to know? Or is this like a joke or something Duh-ish.I'm like so confused. . .
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