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  1. #14
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    Since you are pretty drunk right now, you should stop gambling and figure out a way to use that phone to wire some of that money to my paypal account for safe keeping. I promise I will take good care of it.

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    2475646 this should get interesting

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    SmartPhone?? Who needs that? I just got a new typewriter for my truck. The office and the customers seem to like my tickets quite a bit.

  4. #17
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    Is it electric ? IBM? Do you have carbon paper? WOW

    Quote Originally Posted by tuba View Post
    SmartPhone?? Who needs that? I just got a new typewriter for my truck. The office and the customers seem to like my tickets quite a bit.

  5. #18
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    Nope, not IBM. - Brother SX-4000. We still use 3-part forms. I got tired of hand cramps from writing so much. I really like using it, and this one has a display and line by line typing so you can usually catch any mistakes in the display before it hits the paper. Old school, but still very useful and effective.
    Last edited by tuba; 07-09-2013 at 09:47 AM. Reason: oops

  6. #19
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    What's a typewriter?



    Just kidding, I like the idea, tuba. Will it still work when it's 130 in the van, or -20? Are you running it off of a power inverter, or is it straight 12v?

  7. #20
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    Power inverter - I found a handy little inverter in the RV section at K-Mart that is designed to fit in a cup holder. Works great, powers my battery chargers and my cargo lights when I need them, and stays secure in the cup holder. Never had a temperature problem yet.

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    I like the idea too. They are pretty cheap on ebay.

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