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Subject:Re: Information Mapping - VCR -Reply From:Kat Nagel/MasterWork <katnagel -at- EZNET -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 28 Jun 1996 09:03:12 -0400
>Could it be that those who can afford a VCR ALREADY HAVE at least two
>wall clocks, and don't need another time display? So no matter how
>exciting the manual, nobody cares enough about setting the VCR clock
>to read it.
Ah...somebody finally noticed. Yes, that's why one of our VCRs has never
had the clock set. Oops. I take that back. I once wanted to record
something while I was on vacation. Had to set the clock for that. Easy.
Then we moved. The thing unset when it was unplugged, I haven't
time-recorded anything since, and WHY THE HECK SHOULD I WASTE TIME
SETTING A USELESS CLOCK.
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