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Would skate the Whip down at the local rink in Redcliffe, Queensland overlooking the Redcliffe Jetty to the sounds of the song "Wipeout". The rink was pulled down a lifetime ago but oh what memories.

Absolute favorite part of school? The weekly (?) trip to the library to watch Reading Rainbow. That song was THE BEST.

I loved Reading Rainbow with LeVar Burton. I remember that song so well.

It was on every Sunday night

The Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights. --- We ALL looked forward to Sunday evening (every family w/a t. watched the same movie on Sunday, it seemed) ---

RIP GOOD OLD DAYS: THINGS THAT TECHNOLOGY TOOK AWAY FROM US

Sony Walkman - remember when we had to "fast forward" and "rewind" and "flip the tape over"? The Ipod

Crissy doll from the 70s-I LOVED her!!

loved this doll. Push her belly button to let her hair grow long. And wind up the knob on her back to make it short. My sister had this fun doll.

I remember the hundreds of Kodachrome color slides Dad had of the family and places we visited.

remember these? We used to have movie night, growing up, and my Dad would set up the screen and projector and we'd sit for hours watching old pics!

I used to LOVE going to the drive-in!! When I was little, we would go in our pjs with popcorn popped from home, blankets and pillows and sometimes something sweet. We would lay on the hood of the car with our pillows on the windshield. Those were the days!!

Drive-In Movie Sound System.Speakers at the drive in.one for your car.one for the car on the other side of you.what fun it was! Not so much fun to drive away at the end of the movie with the speaker still clipped to your window!

Remember Clara Peller? She made the question, "Where's the beef?" famous in her Wendy's commercials at the age of 81. (1902 - 1987)

Where's the Beef Lady. This campaign for Wendy's starred an played by Clara Peller. By Peller was fired from Wendy's after declaring that she had "Found the Beef" in an ad for Prego pasta sauce.

The Card Catalog-everybody knew how to alphabetize in the old days!

prehistoric googling ~ a time when everybody new the Dewey Decimal system.or use a Librarian to find a book!

1980 e 1990, como foi duro ser criança/adolescente nessas décadas.

Exactly like my first pair of roller skates. You put your feet in them (with your shoes on), strapped them on, then tightened the toe hold with the key. "I've got a brand new pair of roller skates, you've got a brand new key.

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