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Re: throw away society

In a message dated 11/20/2003 8:24:43 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
mtalt@clubhouse-designs.com writes:

> Annoys me no end that they are phasing out something that works
> perfectly well -

Like LPs. Even audio tapes are becoming obsolete and replaced by CDs.  I 
wanted to make some tapes for my new grandson from favorite old records, but my 
son tells me they don't even have a tape player any more - it's all CDs.  I 
guess it shows my age that I still have a record player - and even a few old 78s.  
I guess my large collection of LPs may be collectibles, and I was planning to 
make tapes of some of the favorites, but if everything has to be on CD 
nowadays, what's the use. Auralie

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