Cool, thanks for sharing your typed guest list with us.That Underwood looks brutally beautiful, I like it.
It is really one of the more attractive Underwood desktops I have seen. Sure, it is not glossy black...but then again, it is not a 5, so that is a break in the continuity. I really wish I had pictures of people using the typewriter. It was very entertaining to watch, I must say.
Hey! That's very cool. You can see that some people were a bit nervous in their letter pressing. Very nice though. I've never seen one of those underwoods before. How cool!
I had the touch setting as low as it would go, and even still these keys are a bit more stiff than most. Of course, all of these people are used to effortless typing, via the computer.
very nice post. I love weddings.
Thanks. This was really only the second wedding I had been to. Ha.
Thats really cool dude!What's the burn of the duck? HAHAHAHA!!!
You have yet to hear of the rotisserie inspired torture device known as The Burn Of The Duck? You, sir, are lucky. That is Leila's little cousin...one of four little girls, under the age of eight, in the same household. And of course, they love Leila...My god...
Neat. I don't think I've ever seen one of these Underwoods from the side, either. Those swoopy lines are the big-typewriter equivalent to the Deluxe Quiet Tab portable.
I have yet to see a Deluxe Quiet Tab in person. A few pictures here and there, of course. This is quite similar to the SX100, and was only made a few years later.
Unique idea of the guest-list combined with a unique typewriter (I've never seen either before!) and of course, CONGRATULATIONS again on your marriage!
I figured it would be a treat. And, of course, gave me an excuse to include a typewriter in all places I can. Thanks very much!