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After making this post I thought there is no print ad that will deserve my attention ever. Obviously, I was wrong.
Here, one that Mik would probably like πŸ˜€

More of them here πŸ˜€

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Opera was having downtime today so I won`t risk making a big post and then losing it :faint: It can wait for a few days – I must check on a photographs anyway πŸ˜€

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89 Responses to Print ads

  1. sanshan says:

    πŸ˜† Very cute

  2. L2D2 says:

    First, I couldn't get in to OC—said maintenance going on. Now, I get proxy server errors, and sometimes when I click on a notification, it won't go there, but just hangs.

  3. rose-marie says:

    πŸ˜† Been digging in your old drawers again, Darko?

  4. gdare says:

    Yeah, must be one of those days in Opera Community :left:

  5. edwardpiercy says:

    Some interesting ads there. :up:I've been getting a 502 error just about every time I clink on a link here. 😦

  6. claudeb says:

    "Chewie… turn the tape around." =))

  7. gdare says:

    San πŸ˜€ I was just thinking to send you PM, haven`t seen you around much lately. I hope you didn`t get flu or something :left:Felix :lol:Ed, I`ve been getting 502 error for an hour or so, almost gave up. Now I hope everything will be ok :up:

  8. gdare says:

    Rose, you know me too well :PSan, yes I know πŸ™‚

  9. sanshan says:

    I do have a life you know! πŸ˜‰

  10. Dudley says:

    Oh good one! πŸ˜†

  11. gdare says:

    Kimmie :DNow I have seen I missed to put a link in a first sentence, "After making this post" – this post reffers to thishttp://my.opera.com/gdare/blog/2008/05/13/advertisingSorry, I am too tired and will go to bed soon :zzz:

  12. Spaggyj says:

    Love it! πŸ˜†

  13. SittingFox says:

    LOL! I've actually just got out a cassette player for an old audiobook. I feel like I've gone back to the stone age!

  14. L2D2 says:

    I have about 100 cassettes, some very good, that I am, reluctantly, giving to Salvation Army, as I no longer own a cassette player.

  15. Dacotah says:

    πŸ˜†

  16. PainterWoman says:

    There's some really good ones there. I like the Zoo Safari one.

  17. ellinidata says:

    very enjoyable link Darko,and some funny too!:lol:thanks for sharing !

  18. Stardancer says:

    Cool.:D

  19. Minenow says:

    I like Reality Bites and Bad food bad dog… πŸ˜†

  20. thetomster says:

    πŸ™‚ yes, one of those days … it was like this:

  21. gdare says:

    Better than yesterday evening. I felt so tired, had two trainings yesterday and the second one was exhausting. 2 hours of aikido. Sometimes I feel as my age is catching me πŸ˜†

  22. gdare says:

    I am more concerned with my body than my brain – if my mind is damaged, it is not repairable by now πŸ˜†

  23. L2D2 says:

    Sooner or later middle age imprints itself on our brain pan and we have to acknowledge it. πŸ˜₯ πŸ˜€

  24. gdare says:

    Andy :DAdele, my casette player is an old Technics sitting on my bookshelf, still operational even though it is 18 years old; somehow I like to watch it working :happy:Carol :DPam, other than this I like that one with Titanic :lol:Linda, I have about 50 of them and they will stay here as long as I have a device to play them :knight:Angeliki, you are welcome :)Star :DMina, yes that dog was just….. :lol:Dirk, back in those days life didn`t have that frantic pace as it have today :awww: :up:

  25. Dacotah says:

    πŸ˜† πŸ˜€

  26. Dacotah says:

    Hi Darko, how are you? πŸ™‚

  27. gdare says:

    πŸ˜€

  28. L2D2 says:

    Well, I guess that's one way of looking at it—to hell with the brain, keep the body looking good for as long as possible. Brain is expendable. :jester:

  29. gdare says:

    Yes, it has limited longevity πŸ˜†

  30. PainterWoman says:

    Darko, I probably have about 50 cassettes too and occasionally will listen to them on my 'boom box'. I forget how old that is…..15 yrs old maybe more. It plays cds too which is cool. I hope it stays working for a long time but I would pay to have it repaired if it ever goes on the blink.

  31. Suntana says:

    WHAT? Am I the only one for whom the Cassette Player is still the main stay, the main staple source of music? I got up right now and went and counted my music CDs. I actually still only have 36 music CDs. And most of those were acquired this year. Beyond that, I'm right there with Peppermint at 100 or more Cassettes. My Isuzu Rodeo still has only a Cassette Player, which isn't working right now. :doh: Luckily my home Stereo has a Cassette Player in addition to the CD Player.In my case, to a large extent, I don't have a choice. My Fav music is Tejano. (Mexican Music Texas Style) Most of the Old School music in that genre, you cannot find on CDs even if you wanted to switch over. A lot of those old Record Labels are now defunct and thus NOT putting out CD versions of the Old School music.Hmmm? Now WHY hasn't anyone thought of manufacturing a Cassette Drive for computers? :yes: Someone would make a killing. πŸ˜† At the very least a Cassette Drive to connect to the USB Port.

  32. gdare says:

    I remember them very well, my friend got a really big one. Like in that scene of Police Academy where that black guy presses the button and it plays "Relax" by Frenky Goes To Holiwood

  33. gdare says:

    Pam, this is boom box?

  34. PainterWoman says:

    OMG that video! :eyes: I never saw Police Academy. Are those scenes from the movie? I always liked the song but never knew who sang it.

  35. PainterWoman says:

    Yes, but mine is lower, longer and more curvy. I'll have to take a photo of it. 'Boom box' was a new expression for the large radios kids used to carry around with them playing very loudly with the bass booming at full impact. This was late in the 80s I think.

  36. Suntana says:

    The genuine Boom Boxes are supposed to be around the size of and weight of a Car Engine. :insane: :lol:Yup, try carrying one of THOSE on your shoulder. :yikes:

  37. gdare says:

    Pam, I have never heard of boom box. Will have to Google for it :left:Carlos, have you seen this?http://www.thinkgeek.com/electronics/digital-conversion/9778/Your problems with old cassettes are over, you can have them in MP3 πŸ˜€

  38. PainterWoman says:

    Carlos, I think that's why the fad didn't last long. The kids got tuckered out carrying around those engines. πŸ˜†

  39. Suntana says:

    No, Darko, I hadn't seen that. I guess someone else was as bright as me :p and thought of the brilliant idea. :lol:Yay! I'm covered! My problems are over. :yes:

  40. Suntana says:

    There are probably a lot of old guys now with bent spines and arthritis from lugging around those Boom Boxes.

  41. L2D2 says:

    I bought my son a Sony boombox for Christmas one year and he used that thing for years. After he went to work, he took that thing with him to listen to every day while he was working. I know he used it for at least 10 years, probably longer.

  42. L2D2 says:

    I only have CD player in my computers, no stereo anymore. I have DVD and VCR, but watch DVD movies on my computer also. If my two desktops break down, I am without music or movies.

  43. Stardancer says:

    I have, I think, five cassette players around here somewhere. The only CD player I have that works is in my computer.:D

  44. Minenow says:

    Linda, I believe that would be HIGHLY unlikely πŸ˜›

  45. gdare says:

    Yes, I have only one desktop so I am in more danger than you are Linda :faint: You have a backup system….:P

  46. L2D2 says:

    I have two desktops and a laptop. I want to get rid of the laptop. I don't have a USB adapter for it to use it wireless, and don't want to spend the money to get one for it. Don't much like laptops.

  47. gdare says:

    When I wanted to buy a new computer, I was considering that option, to buy a laptop, but I would not move it anywhere out of home, so I decided to buy a desktop. Got more power and performances for the same money :up:

  48. L2D2 says:

    You betcha! I have to use mine wired to modem, so there is no reason for me to keep it.

  49. gdare says:

    Carlos, as for that idea about usb cassette player, I was wondering how it would be possible to transfer some of the songs from a tape to MP3, I guess it would need a sound adapter with input jack and a decent software for recording that. Now every sound card has a microphone jack but finding free software to record it is a bit harder – free stuff are usually with few options and don`t work well – at least it was a case two years ago when I thought about it πŸ˜› I should reconsider it and try to find cables and software again :DStar, five of them? Oh my, I think I had two in my entire life and the second one is that one I still havehttp://my.opera.com/gdare/blog/2008/03/15/technicsLinda, your laptop have no wireless modem inside of it?

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