Sadly, Rad has not aged well.
RAD? Nope, me neither
DVD? Shall I ask my parents? 😉
Probably it is on Youtube or Netflix or….
Don’t forget it’s skater cousin “Thrashin'”!
OK, so some of us are still loyal to the older formats. Sitting in the video cabinet at my place are: BlueRay player, DVD player, VHS recorder and a Laser Disk player. There’s a Betamax in the living room closet for the occasion I need to run something thru it.
Downstairs in the office is the stereo with the double cassette deck and turntable.
I finally traded off my last 8-tracks about five years ago. And the Elcassette machine died a couple of decades ago.
What? No CED player?!? 😀
I do have it on DVD and MP4 but I converted it from my original VHS copy I never returned to the video rental store back in 1990.
Nicole Kidman don’t ride. Used to be online until someone closed it down due to a DMCA ruling.
Nicole Kidman was in BMX Bandits, not Rad.
I still have a 1904 Victrola, a1902 Regina music box, 1927 Baldwin player piano and a 1945 console radio with short wave bands, vaccum tubes and push buttons. all work and in the living room, not wasting away in storage somewhere. Mean while, the new stuff is obsolete and fails due to bad capacitors. dell is a four letter word.
“Dell is a four letter word.”
Don’t even get me started, on HP.
I would love to see the piano. Our family had an old Monarch upright piano (made by Baldwin) that had once been a player piano but the guts had been removed before we got our hands on it. Didn’t stop it from being used, however; I spent almost ten years practicing on that when I was taking piano lessons back in my school days.
I should get myself an electric piano (like a Yamaha Clavinova) or something. I’ve been away from my music for far too long.
I could be an “electric” organ donor if you are close enough to DC.
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