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  • I'mback
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    I still have my slide rule

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  • flylowgethigh
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    Originally posted by armedoldhippy View Post
    hell, i was expecting an abacus. guess i'm REALLY getting old, huh.
    In my first year of college chemistry they made us use slide rules because not everybody could buy a calculator. They got a deal on HP-10s the next year, and we could buy those and use them. Big, and not very powerful. 1975.

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    I tried to remember.

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  • armedoldhippy
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    Originally posted by Smokerman View Post
    Who remembers these?View Image
    hell, i was expecting an abacus. guess i'm REALLY getting old, huh.

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  • EsterEssence
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    I remember using a toilet paper roll cardboard center for a carburetor.

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  • EastFortRock
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    Remember the old days when we used to pass around joints and pipes?

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  • Smokerman
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    Originally posted by Gry View Post
    Neat thread Smokerman.
    In my minds ear, I can almost
    hear the sound they used to make
    as they changed stations.
    Thanks, I was just taking a walk down memory lane.
    Last edited by Smokerman; 03-20-2020, 14:34.

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  • Gry
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    Neat thread Smokerman.
    In my minds ear, I can almost
    hear the sound they used to make
    as they changed stations.

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  • Sunshineinabag
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    ciphon hoses were a thing

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    Well said, Cobber! I remember cheap fuel too ... and not having any money to buy it!
    Originally posted by gr866 View Post
    I remember in 1979 had a friend who worked for the CIA bring me some seeds from Afghanistan.
    Planted outside in the woods near my trailer.
    Topped the shit out of it
    Ended up about 7 feet tall, at least that big around. Could smell it when I turned off the highway onto the road that led up to the house.
    When I dried it, could not let anyone come to the house, it stunk like a skunk. Pull 2.75 pounds off it.
    Was and still is the best I have smoked ever and I have been smoking since 1963, am 72 now.
    The taste was great, the smell was like a skunk and the high was wonderful. Have friend from that period that agree with me that it was the best smoke ever.
    I also remember 14 cent gas.

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  • gr866
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    I remember in 1979 had a friend who worked for the CIA bring me some seeds from Afghanistan.
    Planted outside in the woods near my trailer.
    Topped the shit out of it
    Ended up about 7 feet tall, at least that big around. Could smell it when I turned off the highway onto the road that led up to the house.
    When I dried it, could not let anyone come to the house, it stunk like a skunk. Pull 2.75 pounds off it.
    Was and still is the best I have smoked ever and I have been smoking since 1963, am 72 now.
    The taste was great, the smell was like a skunk and the high was wonderful. Have friend from that period that agree with me that it was the best smoke ever.
    I also remember 14 cent gas.

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  • gr866
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    Originally posted by Hermanthegerman View Post
    I remember as Corona was just name of a beer.

    Not worried about the Corona virus, I drink Dos Equis, LOL

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  • Cmoon
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    Originally posted by Sunshineinabag View Post
    remember being blinded by the light?????


    BUT MOMMA>>>>>>>>>THATS WHERE THA FUN IS!

    https://youtu.be/33ptulhhQPg



    good number

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  • Sunshineinabag
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    remember being blinded by the light?????


    BUT MOMMA>>>>>>>>>THATS WHERE THA FUN IS!

    https://youtu.be/33ptulhhQPg

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  • Cmoon
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    https://https://youtu.be/XMl6HnhFFIA

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