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Old 05-14-2008, 08:17 PM
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Old 05-14-2008, 09:14 PM
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In the 24th Century do shoelaces even exist?
They barely exist in the 21st, Thanks to velcro.
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Old 05-14-2008, 09:26 PM
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Reminds me of a time when my younger brother and I were watching a TOS episode, darn I forgot which, where Spock mentions "flypaper" and Kirk responds "Then you don't recommend sticking around," and Spock doesn't get the joke of course. Anyway, my bro who asked me what flypaper was and after I answered, I thought hey, if this kid who was born in 1971 doesn't remember what flypaper was, how the hell does anyone in 2265 know??
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:11 PM
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I remember when I was the remote control and the antena lol on out TV. Our parents would send us to change the dial or move the antena depending the channel lol
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I remember when I was the remote control and the antena lol on out TV. Our parents would send us to change the dial or move the antena depending the channel lol
Do you remember how those old dials used to make that "thunk" when you turned them? And how dial telephones used to "whirr" when you let the dial spin? And how vynil records used to pop and crack as the needle went around? Man, there were some really groovy things about living in the 20th century stone age!
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Old 05-14-2008, 10:20 PM
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Do you remember how those old dials used to make that "thunk" when you turned them? And how dial telephones used to "whirr" when you let the dial spin? And how vynil records used to pop and crack as the needle went around? Man, there were some really groovy things about living in the 20th century stone age!
I remember a red phone we had as a young kind, and I do still have records, Still At my moms cause I don't have a record player at home. And now that remined me of Atracks eek I am old
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They barely exist in the 21st, Thanks to velcro.
Ok, I haven't seen Velcro shoes since the very early 90's...are you traveling in time again??? Is Tom Servo with you???
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Old 05-15-2008, 11:16 AM
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Ok, I haven't seen Velcro shoes since the very early 90's...are you traveling in time again??? Is Tom Servo with you???
I have, kids shoes
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Old 05-15-2008, 11:21 AM
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Do you remember how those old dials used to make that "thunk" when you turned them? And how dial telephones used to "whirr" when you let the dial spin? And how vynil records used to pop and crack as the needle went around? Man, there were some really groovy things about living in the 20th century stone age!

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As the owner of 3500+ Vynal records..I can say it's alive and well!

Don't miss rotary phones too much..my figner used to get caught in some of them...ow!!

I miss juke boxes...drive in movies(Ok, still go to these)...drive in diners...real record stores.
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I have, kids shoes
My Grandkids don't have any, I know, their Moms and Dads have looked.
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