Our VHS tapes may have found a home
Moses Lake, Washington
August 6, 2016 6:31pm CST
Like many people we sunk quite a bit of change into buying VHS movies. Then the TV player refused to do more than rip up the VHS tapes. The tapes got to be part of yesteryear. I asked a lady that helps at library fund raisers. She said they throw the tapes in the garbage when they get them. I just saw an ad asking for contributions for a sale that the local women's shelter will put on next weekend. I asked them the same question. You want some VHS taped movies? The women's shelter lady said yes. I'm starting to dust and bag off cases today. Probably on Monday I will drop them off. Great way to clean house!
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• Paradise, California
6 Aug 16
I recently got my DVD/VCR combo hooked up to my new "Smart" TV, and got my mom's hooked to hers. So now I'm all excited that I can go to the local thrift stores and pick up some old tapes. I know; it's bizarre when there's so much other entertainment now. But I really want to pick up some old favorites that I let go before. I think you are doing a great service! (I just noticed I wrote that I had to pick up some old TVs. Had to edit that, lol.)
7 Aug 16
There are people who will convert your VHS in6to CDs Have you tried? Just see if this helps
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