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EvilGentleman: 21st Mar 2006 - 17:57 GMT
Reminds me of a time in the 80's when I was in Times Square and bought a walkman off a folding card table that was piled up with merchandise pretty much like this. (minus the powerpuff girl, of course)
Peter: 21st Mar 2006 - 19:30 GMT
ive had that song in my head all day after choosing that title, jeeff :)
Catherine Penfold-Waxman: 21st Mar 2006 - 19:50 GMT
But why do I want to be on the Trans Europe Express?
jeeff: 22nd Mar 2006 - 17:40 GMT
hey, if you haven't heard the minimum-maximum live cd i highly recommend it. all live tracks from their world tour.
Franny Wentzel: 11th Oct 2009 - 21:22 GMT
I want this calculator...
Slide the owl face to turn on...
Franny Wentzel: 1st Mar 2012 - 16:59 GMT
I actually have this calculator!
Mines in a darker blue...
The 'solar panel' is actually a sheet of inert plastic and serves no other purpose. Can't imagine the cost - even in China - of pressing the hole and hot-gluing the insert was worth the buck or two they got for these. I suppose someone in marketing at the Lucky Goldstar Lead & Puppy Grindery figured they'd sell better that way.
Peter: 1st Mar 2012 - 17:07 GMT
"Lucky Goldstar Lead & Puppy Grindery"
i lolled! guffawed, actually!
also: i want one of those owl calculators as well. i had a "little professor" as a kid, which was close enough to owl-like:
Franny Wentzel: 1st Mar 2012 - 18:06 GMT
Malish calculator entry at *MOSCOW* - *M*useum *O*f *S*oviet *C*alculators *O*n the *W*eb
Franny Wentzel: 1st Mar 2012 - 23:49 GMT
Amongst the more interesting electronic artifacts in my collection is this Texas Instruments Business Analyist Calculator...
Has lighted display like the 'Little Professor'
Franny Wentzel: 2nd Mar 2012 - 00:14 GMT
Another curiosity is this 1980s 'credit card' calculator...
Solar-powered with no battery backup. Was a givaway promotional item for an insurance company.
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