Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [electrical buzzing] [keyboard keys clacking] - [Robotic Voice] Let's go thrifting! [SID chip Thrifting music] - [Clint] Shout out to Paul of Hokuto Force for that C64 intro, by the way, but yeah, just looking at a parking lot here because it's freshly paved and that pleases me. Nice day for a Goodwill run. I got the lucky rock over there looking lucky as always, and I'll leave it be this time. And immediately inside in the media section there are a small handful of games here for various systems. Got a couple of original XBOX games. Nothing I need, but you know, there it is. Same goes for Fable: The Lost Chapters, here, I already have it, don't need it, but you know, I'm seeing these kinds of things in Goodwills less and less these days. Same goes for this, just DOS and Windows 3 applications like Print Shop Deluxe Ensemble, here, or the CD Ensemble. Again, already own it, but it's nice to see the ensemble [chuckles]. Yeah. Over in the glass case there's a Framemeister, uh, Framemaster, uh yeah, it's one of these things. I used to use these while making custom picture frames. It's a point driver, you can stick it in the back and mount things, and yeah, anyway. More console games and some handheld stuff as usual down below, nothing standing out, to me anyway. This right here stood out though. We got an Edison phonograph cylinder record. 25 bucks is a bit much. I got a couple of these that are older even, for like five bucks. Ooh and it's one of these little guys! One of those mini tape recorders by Norelco. Think I've actually picked up one of these in a previous thrift, I just like the design of these little 60's tape recorders. Ooh, now this is more like it! Up above here on top of the case we've got a Atari 2600 Light Sixer. The VCS itself, a Tele-Games center, just a plastic base, but you know, manuals and games and controllers. And I mean, you know, not a bad little set. Again, nothing I don't have, and they were charging $150. After they cut that price in half I think it sold like a week later. This was kind of neat. I saw stacks and stacks of these magazine ads from the 1920's and 30's. All in protective plastic with cardboard backing, and yeah, it's mostly from the Ladies' Home Journal, a lot of it actually being ads for soap, cleaning products. An amusing collection. This kind of thing always catches my eye, we have a traffic signal, here. Mostly a hard plastic construction, but yeah, I'd love to grab one of these sometime and convert it to a thing [chuckles]. And then look at this thing, oh man, it's a big ol' skin, here, just yeah, I mean, somebody just dropped off a skin, how very John Marston. Ah, now here we go, I've always liked the look of these things. This is a Yamaha Clavinova, this is a CLP-250. I've just always admired the clean lines and clean sound, really, of these, and I remember seeing them in the late 80's, well really, early 90's in music stores. Just a digital piano, but it's kind of cool. And then around the corner, look at this, they have like an entire dedicated wood section. I guess they didn't know where else to put this, so it's all just like wood things. Feels like it was specifically made for me, somehow. I mean, you know, it's not, but I appreciate the effort. Ah man, check out this load of rubber stamps. It's a rather random assortment, it seems, just stuck together in little bags, $20 each, which considering the price that some of these can actually be normally, that's not the worst deal for some of these, if you want these designs, anyway. All right, getting over to the electronics wall, and over here this caught my eye, because of course it does. It is an IBM Wheelwriter. This is a much later one than I normally see, this is a five. I most often see like the twos and threes. And it looks like we got some darkroom-related equipment, here. This is a Compensating Enlarging Timer. All sorts of useful-looking settings for developing film photographs and all that. Don't know if it actually has all it needs with it, but yeah, it's a thing. Down below there was an intriguing stack of A/V stuff, like the Kmart stereo 8-track player right there, but I was mostly attracted to this Data Dynamics Pulse Generator, 5113 is the model, and just look at this thing, you don't normally see this type of equipment. I mean I've seen some neat things, but not one quite like this before, and uh, I like it. Ah man, look at this little tiny mouse, it's so small. Almost to the point of it being useless. Man, I used to see these like bundled all the time with laptop carrying cases and such. Oh hey, now what is this? Ah, just a little portable radio, here, from Sony, but dang it, I love this design. Look at this, it almost has a Dieter Ramsesque Braun design, I don't know, it's just a clean look. And whoa, okay this is an increasingly rare site at Goodwills these days, we got an NES over here. Just the main unit itself, but you know, it's got the cables and two controllers, 15 bucks. It's yellowed, but so it goes. 15 is not bad, all things considered, if it's functional, but who knows. I'm sure somebody will buy this really quickly. As for me though, I'm not gonna buy that, but I'm going to buy this really quickly. Check this out! We've got a VIC-1525 Graphic Printer, here, by Commodore. The box is a little nasty in parts, but $20, and it is brand new old stock inside there. I mean, everything is still taped up, sealed and everything. The manual, the cables, the printer itself, I mean, it's all there, yeah I'm totally grabbing this. Ah man, it's such a nice day out at this point, so let's keep on going. We've got another Goodwill here, and this is the one that remodeled recently-ish, with the wood laminate flooring and the brown and black shelves, and yeah, it's just a classy look here now. Anyway, checking out the back wall of goodies over here, and there wasn't much last time I visited, but this time I saw this Zenith tube radio. It's a Bakelite kind of maroon-colored thing, for $5. Haven't yet dove into mid-century radio collecting, but I don't know man, they're cool, as opposed to these, which I'm sorry to say will never be cool. [giggles] These terrible VR viewers. It's just one of those glorified Google Cardboard things that you find at like dag-gone gas station sell these now, everywhere, they're littering Goodwills. And below that though, this caught my eye, because you know, keyboard, and it's by Key Tronic, and they have some pretty awesome stuff at times. This one on the other hand was a later, much crappier, plastic-y model. I liked the black on black and everything, but yeah, it's later, it's got the Windows keys and all that kind of stuff, and it's not mechanical, so nobody cares. You know here's something that always gets my attention at thrift stores, white boards and things like that, that still have somebody's notation on there. This one in particular having writing that's almost three years old at this point. I don't know, it just amuses me that someone just decided to give this to Goodwill and not erase it. Like here, look at this chalkboard. Like you know what, it's just time to get rid of this thing. It may have something written on there, but we're just gonna give it to Goodwill, and then Goodwill's not gonna erase it either [laughing]. Ah, Shake Weight! On the topic of Goodwill and things that occur, this is another one of those.