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Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

National Tv...

That's right, post your TV's, televisions and any other CRT type device remembering what they used to look like at one time. A CRT is - Cathode Ray T something. and it's primary purpose is to kill brain cells through radiation.

we can update this to make it more flexible, post your old tube based radios too.

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Mary Bedy

1 Year Ago

Do radios count, Mike? I have an old vacuum tube radio in my gallery....

 

Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

i suppose so, the amount of radiation leaking from those are probably about the same. it's an entertainment cube.


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Mary Bedy

1 Year Ago

All righty then:

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Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

looks like i only have the one, odd... i could have sworn i had more.

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Mary Bedy

1 Year Ago

I went through some of your galleries the other day, Mike and I could swear I saw more than one radio as well. Shared hallucination...hmmm

 

Mike Savad

1 Year Ago

i have enough old stuff there, it must be there, but i may have skipped the keywords. which is why they are so important, because even if i was more outgoing, i would still need to be able to find my own work and if i can't find it, well that's no good.

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Andee Photography

1 Year Ago

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JAXINE Cummins

1 Year Ago

Mike , there were tubes in old computers, I saved them for a mixed media work.





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JC Findley

1 Year Ago

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Janice Drew

1 Year Ago

Here's my entry. It actually sits on top of my refrigerator. This is the radio we tune into each morning to listen to the news on WBZ as we get ready for the day. We bought it over 40 years ago from the Playboy Club catalogue. As I'm typing this, my husband, the packrat, pulls out three Playboy Club executive key cards.
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Mo T

1 Year Ago

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Susan Savad

1 Year Ago

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Carmen Hathaway

1 Year Ago



Those old cathode creations were bulky, often set on spindly, thin metal legs and those rabbit ears? Well if you didn't have to constantly get up and move them around just so... you were the remote. Imagine. Having to actually get up -- go over to the set to change channels and fiddle with those @%$^##__! rabbit ears to try and improve reception.

Ah...the bad ol' days ;)

 

Matthias Hauser

1 Year Ago

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