[AMRadio] Boat Anchor Equipment

Larry Szendrei ne1s at neandertech.com
Sat Nov 24 15:21:01 EST 2007

Geoff/W5OMR wrote:
> Mike Sawyer wrote:
>> Radio Shack....... You got questions, we've got blank stares....;>)
> Apparently not in Derby, KS (near Wichita).
> http://hamradiocentral.biz is the website for the store, that is -also- 
> a Radio Shack affiliate.
> I don't get anything from sending someone to their site, but you should 
> go, just to stop the 'stereotypical' bashing of Radio Shack.
> Don't get me wrong - I -know- this is an 'isolated incident', where they 
> actually might know -something- and give you an answer (which is more 
> than a blank stare.)

We've got a Radio Shack store over in the next town (Windham, ME) that 
is quite unusual in that the franchise owner is an old radio collector 
of sorts. There is a corner of the store dedicated to old radios for 
sale (mostly consumer sets and consoles from the 30s through the 70s), 
most priced "as-is." I bought a tube-type Emerson portable from him some 
years ago - it's the same model as the first radio I ever called my own 
(at the tender age of 5 or 6), which my grandfather and I pulled out of 
the trash, and he got going for me. Unfortunately, that first set was 
given away a few years later, but it's replacement is in much better 
condition, anyway (5-6 year olds are tough on sets with plastic 
cabinets). But I digress.

This Radio Shack store also has a HUGE collection of used vinyl for sale.


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