I wonder how many youngsters reading this know what those are. :D :D :D
Fast forward to next week when you’re bored to death and looking for a hobby like collecting defunct audio systems
Remember those rental shops that charge you if you didn’t rewind your video?
Anybody got a pencil I can borrow?
If you kids don’t understand this ask your grandparents to explain.
I still have a Sony Walkman and cassette tapes.
Love the retirement home gag part of this, too.
Some don’t even know who George .Washington is let alone a cassette!
Pause: But no one ever comes to see or play (with) us anymore.
“Got a pencil I can borrow?” (You might have to be old or experienced with primitive technologies to understand.)
Last time I used one of those was, gosh, just a decade ago. I was doing freelance transcription for a client with little funding.
The loudest sound out of a cheap cassette player.
Just be careful that you don’t end up like Mr & Mrs Record down the street; I heard that they’re in a rut and just keep going in circles. They really need to find their groove.