WHERE TO NOW, BOYS?
Kudzu's, Kudzu's, I don'tknow what it's called,
but it's some sortof antique mall.
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This is a big place.
AT FIRST GLANCE, THE GUYS LIKE WHAT THEY SEE.
Oh, that is swell. Ah, crud.
We must be in the Beverly Hills of Georgia,
because this is crazy,these prices.
Bryan: I don't have a good feeling about this place.
Jason: If we don't find anything good,
then it was a waste of my timeand my money to get here.
This is a insta-flash camera.
I see this old camera, which doesn't really appeal to me
all that much cause I knowit's not very valuable.
But, look at this film.
It's still sealed in the package.
One thing I like about old film,if it's never been used,
and it's somethingthat's no longer made,
it can have some value.
I don't think the camera isworth the forty-two dollars.
If you get your money back forthe camera, that's your bonus.
I'll risk it.
(in microphone) Attention all antique store shoppers.
We have a deal on cameraand film in aisle three.
I see this big, giant record,
that looks like anold store display.
I like this.Oh, yeah.
I would put thison my wall.
And I want it.
But I'm assuming thatNFS means not for sale.
I love digging through record bins
because I'm looking forthat weird, that obscure,
that crazy find.
And there it is.