Primo: Look! You can't even see all the stuff in the living room now. Not if you look from this angle.
Me: The mission is to have it all gone by Christmas.
Primo: Christmas! I wanted to relax!
Me: That is one month from now. Thirty minutes a day is 15 hours. There is no reason not to be done with that in 15 hours.
Primo: But it's so much!
Me: Primo. You can get rid of that stuff. You should at least be able to get rid of 90% of it and put the rest in the basement to be done later.
Primo: But I already spent months going through things in Florida! This is the reduction! This is what's left after 90% is gone!
Me: You mean the reel to reel tape recorder made the ten percent?
Primo: Well. There are also tapes my parents made of Nancy and me when we were little. That's why I have it.
Me: OK. Then we will get those tapes transferred to CD. That is important stuff. We had cassettes my dad made for us kids when he was in Vietnam. He would tell us stories and read books to us. My brother and sister and I recorded over them.
Primo: You didn't do it right!
Me: Nope. We recorded the American Top Forty on them.
Primo: Not doing it right.
Me: Anyhow. Yes. The reel to reel tapes. You can get those transferred.
Primo: Probably not. There is not anyone who does that sort of thing.
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Me: Yeah. No excuses. They're right here in town. Get the tapes transferred and get rid of the recorder. It's. Junk.