Oh how the turntables have stabled
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👤︎ u/krazybeast
📅︎ Nov 08 2019
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What do you call a Europe album played on a turntable?

The Vinyl Countdown

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👤︎ u/spaghettios32
📅︎ Mar 18 2020
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When turntables first became available people were fascinated by them

They were revolutionary.

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👤︎ u/wmyspr
📅︎ Mar 29 2019
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Ah I see a classic
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👤︎ u/Ortus8
📅︎ Nov 13 2019
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Oh!
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👤︎ u/Dankmonseiur69
📅︎ Oct 03 2017
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Why did the blind person fall into the well?

They didn’t see that well.

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👤︎ u/Dstreet20
📅︎ Dec 23 2018
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I guess I have hipsters to thank for this one

My dad was just flicking through a gadget magazine and was scoffing at the music section:

Dad: "It's weird how turntables have made a comeback, I remember a few years ago you couldn't even give them away"

Me: "Yeah, I guess the tables have turned"

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👤︎ u/Trinitykill
📅︎ Jun 07 2016
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Is there a prize for the most laborious set-up?

Down on his farm, Old MacDonald was hosting his annual talent contest amongst his animals and announced that, this year, the theme was Shakespeare.

All of his livestock had been busily and excitedly rehearsing because they knew that 1st prize was to be a gigantic gazebo festooned with flashing electric lights, a glitter ball, a speaker system and turntables.

Competition was fierce; the chickens performed Othello, the horse chose Hamlet, the sheep Romeo and Juliet and the cow performed Richard III.

After much deliberation, the farmer and his wife ordered a hushed silence and announced: "Cow is the winner of our disco tent."

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👤︎ u/JeffGoldbuns
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