I remember Station Wagons.
I remember gas cheaper than a quarter a gallon, Filling up for 4 Bucks.
I remember when 20mpg was considered great millage.
I remember long distance phone calls.
I remember when computers were the size of a house and cost as much as a new school.
I remember never wearing a seat belt
I remember my first new TV 19″ for $300, Today its a 30 inch HD flat screen for the same money.
I remember riding in the back of a pickup.
I remember people heating their homes with coal boilers.
I Remember when there were 4 Vitamins A, B, C and D
I remember when margarine was good for you and butter bad.
I remember when eggs were good for you before they were bad ior you before they were good for you.
I remember mobs of black people rioting in the the streets.
I remember people spitting on on soldiers cause they didn’t like violence.
I remember when the VFW didn’t accept Vietnam Veterans, because they weren’t real Veterans.
I remember when All beer came from massive factories.
I remember when the only good wine came from Europe. California wines were cheap and unsophisticated.
I remember 10 cent cokes from a machine.
I remember penny candy.
I remember “No Blacks Allowed” signs.
I remember when Campbell’s Chicken noodle soup and a peanutbutter and jelly sandwich was a hearty healthy lunch.
I remember when Volkswagon bugs got more mileage out of their tires than they did the engines.
I remember Studebakers and Ramblers.
I remember when games with the family would involve a deck of playing cards.
I remember no shopping on Sunday.
I remember when the telephone company owned all the phones.
I remember when marijauna was for parties, and not for curing people.
I remember when Chrsitopher Columbus was a hero.
I remember the Sears catalog.