“Fanzines were originally published with primitive hand-crank devices such as mimeographs, and some hold-outs are still only available in dead-tree formats.”
“GROSS: Or they're mimeographs of the guy who talks about sex all the time.”
“Like, stand-up comedians all sounded like basically mimeographs of Jerry Seinfeld, which I thought was really unfortunate because I think he's brilliant.”
“He remembers when the copying machine was a rexograph, mimeographs being too expensive, and when you paid a couple of hundred bucks for the original and three carbon copies of your thesis.”
“Several revolutions and half-revolutions have been ascribed to Twitter and Facebook, much as the Protestant Reformation has been linked to Gutenberg's presses and the political ferment in the former Soviet bloc partly to mimeographs, copy machines, and faxes.”
“Today, they are employing the exact same tactics, but this time, they are doing so in the name of Khomeini's Islamic Republic and they are targeting phones and computers, not mimeographs and audio-cassettes.”
“Do you remember the ultraviolet kind of purple ink that used to come out of those mimeographs machines?”
“I can still remember the purple/blue ink of the mimeographs from tests at school.”
“One gains a lot of respect for these guys—in the depths of the Great Depression they come up with hektographs, mimeographs and actual printing presses to make fanzines and send them all over the country.”
“In those days they were produced on mimeographs, xerox machines, or shudder ditto, obtainable for "sticky quarters" or "the usual," which usually meant you sent your own fanzine in trade or wrote a LOC.”
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