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

    I jest you not some asain stores in my local pulled it off the shelf last week for the connection and put the bogroll and kitchen towel up 100%


    its a good beer and their bogrolls shit

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  • Cmoon
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    Originally posted by Sunshineinabag View Post
    erector sets and rubiks cube FOR THE WIN!

    before I die i will defeat the rubiks cube

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  • Hermanthegerman
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    I remember as Corona was just name of a beer.

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  • aridbud
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    Originally posted by knucklehead bob View Post
    Hell , I can remember here in Michigan when Detroit Edison would exchange your burned out light bulbs for FREE !

    Those were the days!! Filaments frying.

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  • Dropped Cat
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    Originally posted by I'mback View Post
    There's a lot to be said about simpler times.Today people think we're nuts. Now I smoke dope to make things simpler, well at least in my mind



    Wise words, yet we all know the seduction of nostalgia.

    Good cannabis, good times, good friends in time
    make for good memories.

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  • I'mback
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    Originally posted by Dropped Cat View Post
    OMFG, I remember the wired remote that clicked right to left, and back again.

    Like 36 channels.

    Hanging out with this girl I dated at her parent's house,
    decades ago, late night TV with her while her folks were out of town.

    She made the best ham sandwiches, mayo and toasted bread.

    I miss those simple times. But married now, and from time to time
    enjoy the late night snacks, cuddled with the wife in the darkened
    TV lit room on a Saturday night.
    There's a lot to be said about simpler times.Today people think we're nuts. Now I smoke dope to make things simpler, well at least in my mind

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  • I'mback
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    Originally posted by anoydas 666 View Post
    couldn't afford them had to walk back n forth to switch channels.
    LOL I bought one at a flea market because I was sick and tired getting up to change the channels LOL. I had a RCA 26" colour TV with the old style turn the knob type. I remember the 1st VCR I bought. It came with a wired remote as well. That's what spoiled me.

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    Originally posted by Smokerman View Post
    Who remembers these?View Image
    couldn't afford them had to walk back n forth to switch channels.

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    I remember standing in front of shop window watching first tv's out , black n white lines flickering away, now I would like to blow mine up lol.

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  • Dropped Cat
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    Originally posted by Smokerman View Post
    Who remembers these?View Image



    OMFG, I remember the wired remote that clicked right to left, and back again.

    Like 36 channels.

    Hanging out with this girl I dated at her parent's house,
    decades ago, late night TV with her while her folks were out of town.

    She made the best ham sandwiches, mayo and toasted bread.

    I miss those simple times. But married now, and from time to time
    enjoy the late night snacks, cuddled with the wife in the darkened
    TV lit room on a Saturday night.

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  • I'mback
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    Originally posted by EsterEssence View Post
    I remember those, most had johnny jump up tv’s, I remember when we got a color tv. We had like 7 channels.
    You were lucky or spoiled LOL We only had 4

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  • Smokerman
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    Originally posted by EsterEssence View Post
    I remember those, most had johnny jump up tv’s, I remember when we got a color tv. We had like 7 channels.
    Yes, I remember the first colour TV we got, 12” had to sit 2 feet in front of it to see anything.

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  • Smokerman
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    I remember when the world seemed like a huge unexplored place with exotic places you saw in a picture and wanted to go.
    Now the world seems a lot smaller and you can explore anywhere it seems with a click of your mouse.
    Very disappointed.

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  • EsterEssence
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    I remember those, most had johnny jump up tv’s, I remember when we got a color tv. We had like 7 channels.

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  • I'mback
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    Originally posted by Smokerman View Post
    I’m not that old, but I do remember when the milkman did home delivery.
    ... and bread (different truck mind you).

    In those days folks had jobs which, in turn stimulated the economy. That has all been replaced with automation and shopping from a keyboard!

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