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This typewriter repairman was told computers were king. Twenty years later, he s still in business

Source: latimes.com

Feb 6, 2019 7:00 AM 2+ week ago

Twenty years ago, Martin Quezada was told the end was nigh. The sun was setting on the typewriter. Computers were king. Twenty years later, Quezada?s shop, International Office Machines in San Gabriel, is still in business. The downturn happened. But it did not defeat Quezada, now 61, who kept......Read more.

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