• Magazines on tape and the machine that plays them.
    Handheld cassette devices for the blind or partially sighted.

    Begin rant:

    No matter the situation, I do prefer buttons that are finger-sized that match my current body to anything else because I can use them in the dark or at night and even during the day I don't have to stop everything else I'm doing to scroll through menus and nonsense just to get one small important thing to change to stop me from throwing a device out the window. (My technician has seen me do that - it happens - poorly laid out gear and or computer programming gets a free flight on 'Chuck it' airlines - When I had my pool, sometimes I'd even leave the devices on and active for a really glorious death of the horrible creations - That's how important good swift sturdy reliable lag-free easy to find controls are to me - Imagine if your guitar had hidden strings you had to use a dimly lit computerized menu to get to mid-performance just to play certain notes, or if you had to use two hands in an awkward position much like some kind of gang sign just to be able to leave your own house on time or to be able to hold some change from the corner store... that's how ridiculous most modern gear is to me - it seems as if humans are creating more and more things that actually get in their own way (like drop-down menus covering other buttons you were about to press and then hit accidentally instead) than the way things used to be with dedicated reliable buttons that stay in the same place they've always been rather than always jumping about your screen constantly or having to press 12 buttons (steps) to get one simple task that used to take only one click to achieve previously).

    End rant.

    Note: Were you able to find my rant effectively? Does it stand out alright? See what I mean? Nice, large, easy to find, fully separated chunks of 'something' rather than convoluted difficult to access information solves everything. If only computer programmers and device creators could learn this, our world would be a far better place to live. Hint: SPACE is as EQUALLY important as items. Small compact layered CLUTTER sucks!

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  • You know on YouTube shows like "React couch" when they show Dr Phil clips and sometimes there's a little bit of background sound effects that you can't quite hear or some 'music'? I miss the old days of YouTube where I could catch an 'illegal glimpse' of tiny portions of those things that some no-name session musician and tech graduate created ONLY for "TV viewers". Awe, man... I'm so sad that mega-corporations like Sony took those little almost inaudible moments out of my life. They are so 'cruel'. What will I ever do without ever being able to not grab any of those boring, redundant, over-used, silly, idiotic one-second sounds that most of us never even noticed before? I mean... I must have had some MASSIVE ideas about 'stealing' them and actually SELLING THEM to you, my readers, or something like that.... why else would they be so PARANOID as to destroy whole channels' revenue over such insignificant useless crap? Obviously there's such a massive black market for these things........ isn't there? Can anyone tell me if there is? Seriously...... there has to be the way they are behaving. How much money are you all making from this global scam that I've yet to hear about on the entire World Wide Web? Man, Sony sure is good at censoring things from the entire internet before they even happen! It's too late for me I guess. Oh well. I sure am gonna miss those little moments. Thanks a lot, Sony!!!
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  • I remember these days well. Hidden secrets on vinyl records and on ye olde floppy disks. (I was a part of that myself). :> This is a good one to watch. Enjoy the nostalgia (for those my age). The rest of you may be a little surprised at the age of this classic trick.

    35 Year-Old C64 Easter Egg Hidden On Vinyl.

    Note: I used to code in three languages in 1981-1986 and even created my own "PGP" ("CS-8") (before it was 'invented' later by Phil Zimmerman), based on my interest in the German Enigma machine.... only my version was 'computerized' and a LOT faster! Got me 'watched' as a kid. You can imagine the rest. Military "Earth father" was not happy.
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  • Any company or group or individual who states "No cursing" as a blanket rule is illegally harassing our white-Pagan-bloodline-heritage. You know we are bloodline Pagan 'witches' and 'cursing' attackers and criminals is our RITE! If you mean 'swear words' then stop holding up your hand in court and 'swearing' to 'Heaven' as well, hypocrites.



    Yes, I could make this a thing too. I've done similar before and won in court and changed national 'law'. Don't tempt me. YouTube would have to "ALLOW" swearing for ALL AGES as a result if I did. Pewdiepie would be "BACK" the way you all prefer him. :> (And a LOT more)

    Remember I sued the police for 5 years and won on grounds of Pagan bloodline rights (religion and Celtic bloodline race) as well as sexual liberty for the individual (fuck fear) before.

    And then there's this little protection I've been playing with for a while now that no one can do anything about without attacking BOTH "SIDES" of this 'argument' at the same time. :>

    Would you like me to LIBERATE "curse words" as well, at least in my massive nation to start? Hey, here's a better idea... how about YOU stop CENSORSHIP YOURSELF! Rock on, baby.
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  • Whole world is in protest mode. Almost every nation. :>
    I've only shared less than half of what I get in the old inbox here.
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  • I really miss this late night TV show. It's half improvised, stupid, doesn't give a crap, and has punk rock humour, which makes it brilliant... Oh, and it's hosted by a Scot who used to be a drummer in a punk band. Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. If only more YouTube shows were this awesome. It's time for me to watch every episode all the way through I think. Here's a good introduction of a few episodes to start you off.

    Description: " The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson was something truly special. You could try to explain it, but it's something you just had to watch. There were skits. There were puppets. There was musical intros. There was a gay robot skeleton. There was not a real (tootsie-fruitsie) horse. With a rip of the prepared questions, there was the best interviews in late night television. It was truly not like any other late night show. Thank you Craig, Geoff, Secretariat and the Racist for giving us this."

    This opening and monologue. Madness. :> A cat? LOL
    Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 4/8/2013 Max Greenfield, Debbie Reynolds.

    Some of the best zany and raw interviews ever recorded. Guess who makes a surprise appearance. Robin Williams! ^^
    Craig Ferguson & Robin Williams - Tweetmail Nov 2011

    And again... These opening moments are ridiculously edgy and stupid. :> Puppets talking with random members of the audience brought on stage? LOL
    Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 4/15/2011 Robin Wright, Dan Riskin

    These openings! The last show is a great one. :>
    Also says a lot about the history if you missed it.
    Craig Ferguson Show Final Episode 19 December 2014 Jay Leno

    So many episodes to get through. Heck, I might as well get the whole show somewhere, every single episode. I could watch them all for years many times over and still laugh.

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  • Some old jokes...

    I was playing tennis with my friend Doug. I got really frustrated with myself. No matter how good I got I realized that I'd never be as good as a wall.

    I like rice. Rice is great when you're hungry and you want 2000 of something.

    Every book is a children's book if the kid can read.

    I'm against picketing... but I don't know how to show it.

    All vitamins are 'chewable', it's just most of them taste shitty.

    You can't please all the people all the time... and last night all those people were at my show.

    I like an escalator... it can't really break... it only becomes stairs. 'Sorry for the convenience'.

    They say the recipe for Sprite is lemon and lime. I tried to make it at home... they lied... there's more to it than that.

    I was at a casino and a security guard came up to me and said I had to move because I was blocking the fire exit... like as if there was a fire I wasn't going to run. If you are flammable and have legs you are never blocking a fire exit.

    I like to drink red wine. This girl says "Doesn't drinking red wine give you a headache?" I said "Yeah... eventually. But the first and middle part are amazing. I'm not gonna stop doing something because of what happens at the end. 'Mitch, do you want an apple?' 'No, eventually it'll be a core.'"

    Sometimes I think of something that's funny and I go get a pen and write it down. Or if the pen is too far away I have to convince myself that what I thought of ain't funny.

    I'm hearing too much applause... it's throwing me off... it's like you're trying to trick me into thinking I'm done.

    Thank-you to Mitch Hedberg. :>
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  • Family Found Living In Cellar for 9 YEARS Waiting for 'End of Days' & Unaware Others Existed

    Hahahaha! Religion.

    Remember all those thousands of New Agers who sold EVERYTHING and went into massive credit card debt to all end up in assorted remote retreats for 2012... and nothing happened? Man this shit is EVERYWHERE! Books written by dead fanatics and myths and half-truths rule the core of the minds of humans. If you want humans extinct, just leave them alone long enough... no need for any 'invasion' by any means. ^^ They'll kill each other over their imaginary friends.
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  • Central Bank Issues Stunning Warning: "If Entire System Collapses, Gold Needed to Start Over"
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  • An older Chinese male walked to my unit, the male in this truck showed me a photo of the black hi lux truck he was driving ILK7KK
    The male driving this truck was here yesterday looking at the property as it was for sale.
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