Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by cwhatever, Aug 20, 2012.
stuff from the olden days.
when crackers came in a metal tin.
i still have some and a bunch of 45's. and a working player too!!!! wow older than i thought i was!!!
I have one of those boxes, acquired from MIL. Very useful object, IMO.
I was just now surprised to find that in spite of being so old
They still come in metal tins.
How about this?
Believe it or not - this is Dr. Seuss.
He did ad work before kids' books.
Does look like his drawing style.
Ahh yes, that's when Apple's stock was in the toilet and there weren't so many of their fans running around.
I guess I remember the cracker can...but I do remember this when it first came out.
Notice it says “newfangled.” Yep, this is the ORIGINAL can of Pringles from the 1970s!
When empty, we would punch a hole in the bottom of it and created our own Bong!
my wife said in indiana a bar called killroy's had the same pic on the door.
And another in Lansing, Il
Then Kilroy was there!
my favorite pop growing up
not long lived
I remember watching this and thought "I can't wait to shop for groceries when I grow up" haha
Bet you miss that!
"Be Kind rewind!"
I know these aren't that old but still lol
Here's another list:
Our favorite “forgotten tech”
I remember the early days of texting...
and this is how we sent it across the room...
I had this:
My best friend had this:
i have relatives in PA (not amish) that had these till around late 1990'S, no running water or electricity. and used coal for heat and cooking, with a coal shute to the basement where they delivered it to.
yup, i remember those and had them too. they were great and the com64 i thought was the greatest thing. if we only knew then what was coming out that we have today!!!!
I had an Atari, hooked to one of those big TVs that doubled as a piece of furniture. Playing games like Breakout or Space Invaders always involved a lot of "help" from the cats.