I went out on Saturday and did a little bit o wandering around.
First stop was the record show. Got there around noonish. It was packed, which I was actually happy to see. In recent times the crowd hadn't been that good (especially in the later Vets Memorial days), but today the whole Haimerl parking lot was nearly full. Nabbed a few things there. In a six records for $5 bin, I got the following (all in very nice condition): Walter Carlos - Switched On Bach II, Meatloaf - Bat out of Hell (have this on Cd, wasn't sure on LP), Boston - Boston (I think I have a copy of this, but don't recall the shape, this one is fairly nice), Foreigner - Head Games, Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond - Moods and Grooves, and finally... Foghat - Live!. And literally, 2 minutes before I was going to walk out the door, some guy made me a deal on a Tangerine Dream 5 CD box set called 'The Dream Roots Collection - The Tangerine Dream pink - blue box set'. I know nothing about this one, but he sold it to me for $10 so I can't be too mad. I've liked most of the T.D. stuff I've heard. My fave is still Lily on the Beach (which was the first one I heard, as well).
As I left, I went to the kitchen which was supporting some local charity and nabbed a suspect chili dog and a Pepsi. The chili dog was good anyways.
Since that wasn't much to eat, I figured I'd head down the street and go to one of the few remaining Rally's that I know of to get a Double BBQ Bacon Cheeseburge. However, it's now closed and ready to be bulldozed. They are doing alot of renovating over on Morse. So, good for them. But I'll miss that Rally's.
After that, I crossed over on Cleveland and went to Buy Backs. Holy shit! That place is just JAM PACKED full of ... everything. Tons o' DVDs, CDs and even VHS tapes. Their Budget DVD/CD section is crazy mad. Seemingly much bigger than the the CD collection at Used Kids the last time I went. If you have the will power, you could find some kick ass shit there for 1.99 on DVDs and ... I don't even know what the CDs were going for, but I suspect it's the same. I tried to find some super cheap '50 movie DVD packs' to no avail, but did pick up the following: 40 Year Old Virgin Unrated for $4.99, two Dora DVDs for lil N for $1.99 each (a fucking steal since they charge like $9.99 at walmart and each one only has like 4 episode on them)... and the coup de gras... Matinee on VHS for $2.99. For some reason 'Matinee' (a movie starring John Goodman as a Castle-like movie producer who is about gimicks like smell-o-vision, shock seats, etc) has been out of print for freaking ever. And I've never been able to nab a copy, until now. (Actually, I just checked Amazon and it appears that literally, on May 4th, they re-released it on DVD... guess what's going on my wish list????). Anyhoo... I was very stoked to find this copy. For some reason, it seems like there are 100 on Amazon now, but there used to not be. Oh well... maybe it's cause I was looking only for DVD copies which were going for like $40 bucks. Anyways... finding that movie was awesome for me and that's all that matter. But now I want that damn _new_ DVD version of it.
After that, I went to the Ohio Thrift Store next door. Didn't buy anything there except for a big box of Mike and Ikes. They were still (mostly) fresh. I've had worse at a theater, so they were acceptable.
And that was my day out.