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A Two Dollar VCR
by Randy Johnson
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I bought a VCR for two dollars at a thrift shop.
It's an older VCR that loads tapes from the top.
It plays tapes well but it won't fast forward or rewind.
But it only costed two bucks, that was a great deal to find.

It was made by J.C. Penney and originally probably cost five hundred bucks.
Finding a VCR that works at that price was pretty good luck.
It will fast forward but only while a cassette is playing.
I like finding good deals like this, that's what I'm saying.


(I bought this VCR at the City of Hope thrift shop in Morristown, Tennessee.)
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June 27, 2013
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