Thursday, August 03, 2006

Standale Tape Number Seven

Standale Tape Number Seven
[August 3rd 2006 - 22 Minutes 44 Seconds]

In this tape Mr. Weller speaks about two of his favorite businesses on the Lake Michigan Drive strip that he can no longer recall the names of: A video game arcade and a used paperback trading shop. He knows that the arcade is no longer extant and assumes that the paperback trading shop has probably closed its doors as well. In this tape Mr. Weller describes his love of Cold War propaganda and Civil Preparedness manuals as well as the lamentable decline of being able to find such materials in shops such as these due to the birth of the electronic auction houses.

You can listen to Tape Number Seven [here].

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