(MUSICMAN PRESS) Sunday morning, amateur archeologist, Ty Shoeman, discovered a primitive commutations device, reportedly from the last millennium.
The object was found in an Arizonan desert, south of Flagstaff, Arizona. Shoeman was surveying the area when he noticed a black rectangle poking through the sand.
"I saw the thing lying there, and I couldn't help but pick it up. I was intrigued by the black box. It contained two white spools, and a plastic cord that was attached to each of the spools. The other side had 'J was' written on a poorly attached sticker."
History professor and scholar, Gary Whizzer, of Arizona University, told us the device dates back to the 1980's or possibly early 1990's. He said that the object was known as a VHS. The meanings of the letters have long sense become lost.
"This particular VHS tape stored the film 'Jaws'; a huge success of that era." said Whizzer.