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  • Greetings and today on LGR foods we're gonna make an awesome

  • sandwich that-

  • Wait, this is thrifts. Let's go thrifting!

  • I'm in the wrong store.

  • So we're gonna start off the day at a Goodwill because of course we are.

  • And right as soon as we get inside there are

  • some Goodwill cookies! For 99 cents these

  • Lady Sarah vanilla cookies of dubious quality.

  • I don't know about Goodwill edibles.

  • Anyway, over here though is NCAA Final Four for the Sega Genesis.

  • The cartridge inside of the case. Not something I need or want.

  • But there you go.

  • Over into puzzles and board games I almost wasn't interested in anything

  • but then I saw this MSI motherboard box and inside was a bunch of cables

  • and adapters including one for AT to PS/2 keyboards.

  • That's actually quite useful. I don't need anymore right now.

  • But yeah, that's a thing.

  • Ah, here's one of these monsters. I always like taking a look at these big stereo consoles.

  • This one was $35 for a mid-century

  • Magnavox micro-matic. Made in England!

  • It's got a record player, radio, knobs and switches and things

  • that I like messing with but I would probably never put it in my house, because it's huge.

  • Also happened to see the remains of a Pioneer stereo system over here

  • including these pretty sweet speakers.

  • Or, they look sweet at least. CS-F7001's

  • nothing I'm needing here at all

  • but, I mean, I just like looking at this stuff. Look at this receiver!

  • Look at all these inputs and outputs. Just imagine, all of the things you could I/O!

  • There's a lonely Xbox over here

  • But that doesn't really have my attention like this Noma Ad-A-Lite

  • 7-Light set with safety plug from Westinghouse

  • or, it's got Westinghouse lamps in it.

  • More mid-century weirdness. I don't think

  • there's really anything "safety" about this, at least in modern terms.

  • But, it's amusing to look at. As is this gigantic

  • CRT projector here. This is an Electro-Home ECP 3100

  • What a beast! I've never seen a projector like this at Goodwill.

  • Speaking of Goodwills, onto another one.

  • And inside the glass case up front are a couple of fascinating

  • Star-Trek toys. From Next Generation we have the Starship Enterprise and

  • a shuttle craft for $25 and $15 respectively.

  • I was kind of tempted. Also kind of fascinating, if only for their quantity

  • is a bunch of Pepsi and Coke bottles

  • older collectibles, at least I assume they're collectible.

  • You know, they're here and I'm sure someone

  • will be able to tell me if they're actually worth $3 each. Not something I'm interested in

  • I was, however, kind of sort of interested in

  • this Casio. A CA-110.

  • Not to buy, but just to touch for a second. Look at that, I touched it.

  • I always like looking at things like this right here. Check out this friggin' mixer.

  • A Yamaha EMX2300

  • with some lovely VU meters

  • $125 and it was gone the next day

  • so I guess somebody thought it was worth it.

  • Ah, man, remember when 3D TVs and glasses

  • were... a thing? Yeah here's a pair of pairs

  • for $3 each. Some LG AG-Something or other

  • 3D glasses.

  • Yeah, I'm glad that trend died. It was not comfortable for me to look at.

  • Over in the electronicals, I found something that almost looked

  • like an MSX at first but no, this is a Panasonic

  • word processing unit. The electronic typewriter.

  • The R430 model and Panasonic did make MSX computers

  • around the time that this thing was made.

  • So it kind of makes sense that it looks sort of like those.

  • Some design language is shared. But yeah not something I'm going to get. It's just a word processor.

  • Nearby that is a VCR

  • with a top loading unit right here.

  • This is a Sanyo model. Really interesting design.

  • I was actually kind of tempted to get this. I didn't.

  • But, old units like this quite amuse me.

  • I've got to say, it's one of those little plug-in remote control

  • Model number VCR-4400

  • It just makes me sort of happy to see these things show up every so often

  • This caught my attention, for being rather different

  • to what I normally see at Goodwill

  • A Videonics Edit Suite. An A-B roll edit controller

  • and then beside that was pretty much a Sony version of the same thing

  • An RM-250 editing controller. Look at those wheels

  • and jog shuttle controls and all that.

  • This is a pretty sweet little deal if you wanted to

  • edit some analog video, which you don't. But that's interesting.

  • Checking out the puzzles and board games because you never know

  • and I did find some board games that were of slight interest to me in here.

  • These are some Avalon Hill

  • Bookcase games. This right here is Outdoor Survival

  • A game about wilderness skills

  • and football strategy. A game about

  • strategic football-ness. These are from 1972.

  • Pretty old, and also kind of beat up and missing some stuff, so I didn't get them.

  • Checking out the CDs and whatnot

  • These do not look legit whatsoever.

  • Found someone's pirate movie collection here

  • They tried, right but it's just burned DVD's

  • there you go. Yarr matey.

  • Around the corner though

  • And ah man, this is my kind of thing right here

  • check out all these PC games in big boxes!

  • Rails across America

  • Battle Blitz 4 in 1 pack. World War III

  • Man of War 2, Civilization III

  • Marine Sharpshooter 2 in a small box

  • Rocky Mountain Trophy Hunter, okay.

  • Traffic Giant, I've been wanting that one.

  • Robot Arena, I've been wanting that one too. And Vigilance, also been wanting this.

  • $4 each, not bad. Alright onto this Goodwill here.

  • The lucky rock out front but

  • there were some people unloading or loading or I don't know what they were doing

  • but they were in front of the rock and I didn't want to disturb anyone.

  • with my activities. Anyway lots of Halloween cheapo crap

  • inside because it is that time for cheapo crap time of year.

  • time... time... year time...?

  • And look at all these crafting supplies

  • Man, that is a lot of supplies for crafting.

  • Including a vintage box of Super Sculpey

  • That's interesting, I like Sculpey. I was curious to see if it was in any kind of decent

  • shape inside. And it looks like I wasn't the only one

  • Some people had been doing the same thing I was doing and bothering

  • the corner of it. But yeah, it seemed to be half decent.

  • What a weird color though. Speaking of weird, check this out.

  • This is just some restaurant, unloaded their signage.

  • This is like their menu, the whole thing is still on there.

  • I guess they just like, "Yeah we don't need this menu anymore. So give it to Goodwill."

  • How does this happen? They didn't even erase it.

  • It's just bizarre to me. This is pretty cool, check out this

  • freezer, refrigerator, something or other here. This Coca-Cola woodgrain thing.

  • Yeah, man. This is my kind of vending machine.

  • I'm not really sure how it would work.

  • But obviously it took two nickels or one dime.

  • Needed a good cleaning. You know honestly I was just somewhat

  • tempted by this Cornelius machine. But it was $180.

  • I don't think so.

  • Looks like they're

  • finally lowering the price on their overpriced, crappy Dell computers.

  • Not just the CPU, you get the whole computer. I love this background

  • "Buy this, it has Microsoft paint."

  • That's a reason to get it, man. It's worth $69, just for paint.

  • Down below, here, we have a TGI Friday's mousepad.

  • Those are some delectable

  • late 90's - early 2000's folks.

  • Kids of the future are going to ask me about this kind of artwork

  • and why we did it and I'm going to have no response. I don't know what this was about either.

  • In the glass case we have some interesting things here.

  • A couple of Atari TV systems

  • as well as a couple of original 2600 controllers.

  • And their console games have been all moved into this

  • they're not for auction they are priced individually between

  • $5 to $10 or so. Not really anything

  • catching my eye here though. On the other side though

  • just the regular media shelving, this caught my eye

  • just because it's a larger box piece of software

  • Complete home office suite. Don't care.

  • And Adaptec GoBack. The power to undo PC problems

  • Not something I really want but hey

  • You know, look at it, couple's so happy that computer's backed up.

  • And over in the CD section I found

  • this one lonely looking thing with attractive artwork

  • and shiny stickers and stuff on it

  • It's some sort of VCD package

  • about Koi, just like raising them

  • a whole bunch of things. It was too curious for me not to pick up.

  • I picked it up.

  • Now this grabbed my eye because

  • it looked like an older computer kind of thing

  • at first with this kind of packaging but nope, this is

  • the Collegiate 1000 typewriter

  • 1985.

  • Yep, that's definitely from 1985.

  • I love the way that looks. Looks like somebody was into

  • little tiny Barneys and a lot of

  • M&M's collectibles. Yeah.