I Am So Old ...

Discussion in 'Remember When?' started by Shale, Apr 25, 2013.

  1. Shale

    Shale ~

    I remember when:

    Stevie Wonder was Little
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    Michael Jackson was Black

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    Kirstie Alley was Skinny

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    Ron Howard was Opie

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  2. Shale

    Shale ~

    Anybody else remember when?

    Tom Selleck sold Chaz
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  3. deleted

    deleted Visitor

    I plead the 5th..
     
  4. farmout

    farmout All who wander arent lost Lifetime Supporter

    I'm so old I suffer from CRS..... Cain't Remember Shit!....;-D
     
  5. ScrubPuppy

    ScrubPuppy Member

    The thing that sticks in my mind from my youth are the Beatles. All my older brothers and myself were giving them a listen daily. It's amazing that Paul is still out there giving performances.
     
  6. Kill em All was released July 25th 1983, so album is just shy of being 30 years old. 30 fucking years old. Fuck

    Return of the Jedi was 1983, so thats 30 years old too. Thriller as well, well technically that was the end of 82.

    I dont remember all that much about the outside world before then, but trippy stuff that was 30 freakin years ago.

    I remember when MJ got snapped with the POTUS:

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    He was sooo ultra cool around that time, everyone on the planet thought he was the shit.
     
  7. ScrubPuppy

    ScrubPuppy Member

    I was stationed in Germany at the time, fending off them damn commies. AC/DC was the big thing around the barracks.
     
  8. MeAgain

    MeAgain Dazed and Confused Staff Member Super Moderator

    I remember vacuum powered windshield wipers, and windshield washers that ran off of the compressed air in the spare tire.
     
  9. Shale

    Shale ~

    My first car, a '57 Chevy had those. The wipers would slow down and sometimes stop when climbing a hill.
     
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  10. Mike Suicide

    Mike Suicide Sweet and Tender Hooligan

    I've got one the original prints of Kill em All on vinyl, didn't pick it up till 87/88 tho.

    And MJ was the shit, I remember one year he won so many grammy's and had to go to the podium so many times he was running out of people to thank and things to say. I consider Thriller to be one of the greatest albums of all time.
     
  11. I'm so old I had to create a new account because I couldn't remember my old password.

    I know it started with a letter. Or a number.

    something like that.
     
  12. Pokerguy

    Pokerguy Member

    Anyone remember this stuff....
     
  13. Pokerguy

    Pokerguy Member

    Hmmm....seems the forum is suddenly ignoring my image inserts.
     
  14. leif1234

    leif1234 Guest

    I remember when The Rolling Stone's charged $5.50 for a floor seat in the old Boston Garden
     
  15. SpacemanSpiff

    SpacemanSpiff Visitor


    some city transit buses still use air powered wiper motors....

    they use compressed air though instead of vacuum
     
  16. themnax

    themnax Senior Member

    i'm so old, i remember when cd was a new kind of ignition system for cars.

    toilet paper didn't come on a roll. it came bound in a book with pictures in it. and the pictures were in black and white.

    crappers were completely automatic. you didn't have to flush anything. just throw ashes down the hole when you were done.

    cars had bumpers that were made out of metal, but you could get there quicker and cheaper on a train.

    the greyhound bus stopped where there was someplace to eat. and stayed there for half an hour for you to eat it.

    the train stopped in ten little towns between cities, and the bus stopped at 20.

    the railroad station also had a western union tellitype mashene and you could send a telegram to anywhere in the world from there. it also handeled package express and railway express agency would deliver it, in fores green trucks with red diamonds on the side.

    light rail was a brittish term for narrow gauge. and trollys were called trollys or street cars, and any city worth of being called one, had more trolly lines then places to park cars.

    when "the mall" was called down town, and streets ran through it.
     
  17. Yeah Cigarettes and Gas were both .28 cents
     
  18. Aerianne

    Aerianne Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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  19. StellarCoon

    StellarCoon Dr. Professor

    ^ :D

    Having used VHS for most of my childhood makes me feel old.
     
  20. SpacemanSpiff

    SpacemanSpiff Visitor

    double worse was smashing your shins on those while also wrapping your balls around the frame
     
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