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February 11, 2006 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
In a throw-away society, how do you avoid becoming obsolete? Ask Woodland Hills typewriter repairman John Wargnier. For more than two decades he has reinvented himself each time the latest new thing has threatened to put him out of business. Wargnier owns Business Machines Center, which began in 1971 as an adding machine repair shop. Cheap electronic calculators replaced the mechanical adding machine a few years after that.
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February 11, 2006 | Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
In a throw-away society, how do you avoid becoming obsolete? Ask Woodland Hills typewriter repairman John Wargnier. For more than two decades he has reinvented himself each time the latest new thing has threatened to put him out of business. Wargnier owns Business Machines Center, which began in 1971 as an adding machine repair shop. Cheap electronic calculators replaced the mechanical adding machine a few years after that.
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