An ancient artifact


#1

Ladies and gentlemen. Strategists of all ages.
Behold! A lost relic of a time gone by. An ancient artifact, forgotten by time. Once believed only a myth, until it was unearthed by a brave explorer. Me! Cleaning out some drawers!

Gaze upon it’s majesty!


#2

It’s beautiful!

Look at that (lack of) padding on that huge type. Wow.


#3

Ah, the Zune. Legends whisper of a long forgotten prophecy of ascendance to the mightiest of sales figures, and the toppling of the repressive musical storage and playback kings of old. A failed prophecy, many belive… but the rebellion still lives, and those that follow it cling to their Sony mini disc players in hope that one day balance will be restored.


#4

Lest we forget its harbinger: The MiniDisc


#5

My wife and I were just reminiscing about the minidisc skipping in the car. Though she’s 5 years younger than me so I couldn’t take her all the way back to tape decks eating your cassettes.


#6

Talk about heartbreaking; nothing sucks more than hearing your favorite cassette/VHS being eaten alive. I can still hear Biodome screaming in the dead of night, pleading for my help.

I couldn’t save him.


#7

Ah, this talk really takes me back to watching The Goonies on LaserDisc.
Ah. . . good times.


#8
  1. I just recorded The Goonies on TV and loved every second of it. I can’t bring myself to delete it. I should just buy it.

  2. My friend in Miami had a complete nerd LaserDisc collection. Star Wars, Indiana Jones, etc


#9

Well this is a blast from the past.