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    • Lynette Edsall

      70s "portable" music players and tape recorders!! I had the red ball one and my sister had the yellow wrist one.

    • Susan Eggert

      70s "portable" music players and tape recorders!! I have my red "plunger" 8 track tape player and a round white radio....

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