The latest entry in our boredom contest. This guy's voice is particularly deadly--especially when he repeats the same passage!
However, I now want to say "sprung idler" and "snubber roller" over and over, so the film must have worked!
The fact that this skill is extinct does add a certain piquancy to the boredom, though.
I really was unaware that home video outfits debuted as early as 1965.
Of course, there was the stated price range to consider, from $500.00 to $1100.00.
Full article here.
Early fecal transplants? Your best guess, before clicking through to the answer.
(Scroll down half a page.)
Sure, it's only 25 inches on the diagonal, with the resolution of an Etch-a-sketch. But look at that wood cabinet!
What a crazy old world that was. "Mutually Assured Destruction." But we just thought it was normal at the time.
To read the text better, visit original ad here.
Alas, today's factory farming of pork precludes such luxury treatment.
Taking into account the presence of a wired-up conch shell, please explain what this gadget from the 1920s does.
Answer after the jump.