I’m back! Now, let’s get these typecasts organised.

Just as a side note: Although I couldn’t find one in a thrift shop, antique store or second-hand dealer, typewriters ended up being absolutely everywhere in Charleville. I’ve actually had my hands on a special one that Robert Messenger has mentioned in his blog in the past, while I came across others in some of…

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10:15 on a friday night.

(Pardon the over use of the term: ‘Before long’ up there, I wasn’t quite paying attention as I typed).  The Quiet-riter is perfect for small hands the love smashing keys as hard as possible.  Pardon my dishevelled appearance, I’d not seen a comb in 12 hours, bed in 20 and a razor in 2 days.…

I spent the evening with getting close and personal to my Remington Quiet-riter, some paper scored from the recycling bin at work, and some pre-stamped envelopes. I’d bought this typewriter just before I moved house, and I hadn’t had any time so far to spend some quality time with it. When I first got it,…