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  1. No matter how long you’ve been out of the game, it’s like riding a bicycle.

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  2. Congratulations on the monkey.

    I tend to agree with you on the Typosphere. I’ve met several people over the past 2 or 3 years who just want to get a nice typewriter so they can write, avoid the PC, have fun, and a few other reasons. Collecting has gotten kind of too expensive as the popularity of typing once again grows. The $5.00 nice machines have become extinct.

    Perhaps the Bilderbergs will join in the game.

  3. Nice typecast. I hope you’re right about the typewriter phenomenon maturing a bit.

    Regarding the left margin issue, I see this occassionally on some machine, I suspect the margin rack isn’t synced up with the main carriage spacing rack gear properly. Other machines avoid this problem by their design, I suspect.

    Looks like your cats like typewriters, too!

  4. From discovering history to creating history — I love the phrase!

  5. Congratulations on your successful monkey cessation.

    I love how your cats huddle up against your typewriters, as if the typewriters generate some sort of heat or energy that the cats crave. Cats are great.

  6. My Royal Arrow has a soft left margin also but it seems to even itself out after the first page of typing. I was wondering to what extent Richard’s book constituted an ethnography of the Typosphere and your remarks suggest that it is touched on at least. I’m still waiting – it is on my Christmas list.

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