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Old 10-21-2003, 06:00 PM   #11
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I made it just before that "utopia" period. When I was a little kid, we had Nintendo, the FIRST ONE. The Internet was around, but nobody used it, so that eliminates e-mail, music, etc. And ****, well, I was too young for that.
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I find older games harder sometimes. Simple ones can be harder then say gran theft auto vice city.
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I might have to bring out the Atari and refresh my memory.
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God damn, I remember all of that when was a kid. We did have the Atari 2600 too. Now I feel really old.

And I thought I was having a good day!

LMFAO.
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The music was much better than today...........the best songs today are rehashed from the past. I'm listening to Molly Hatchet as I type
8 tracks suck...........I always hated em, but I have a cellophane wrapped radio shack special that I'm willing to let go for a million :P

by the way I'm grad 83' and was voted most likley to need a liver transplant

Naw, I love all tunes, wrong of me to dis todays songs. Just that the old tunes bring back good memories.

Oh and the rope they smoke today is kick a$$........or so I'm told
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The music was much better than today...........the best songs today are rehashed from the past. I'm listening to Molly Hatchet as I type
8 tracks suck...........I always hated em, but I have a cellophane wrapped radio shack special that I'm willing to let go for a million :P
by the way I'm grad 83' and was voted most likley to need a liver transplant
Naw, I love all tunes, wrong of me to dis todays songs. Just that the old tunes bring back good memories.
Oh and the rope they smoke today is kick a$$........or so I'm told
Damn straight dude! them freegan 8-tracks took up alot of space! remember the damn suitcases you needed to transport them from home to car or vice versa..LMFAO! :o
Ahhhhh Molly Hatchet~ good tunes....as for that rope of today...uggh! the smell makes me wanna puke! (hey wheres that Emoticon?)......not like the days of an ol' Thai-stick or two Them days are just memories now......I just like a few good ol' beers to mellow me out now
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I was beginning to wonder if I was the only one who remembered the 70'* and 80'*. All the damn kids we got in here...
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I was beginning to wonder if I was the only one who remembered the 70'* and 80'*. All the damn kids we got in here...
I'll 2nd that.
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all i got to say is ACID WASH oh yeah i wore them being born in 1983 i do remeber most of the items u guys are posting about. those were the days but im much happier now with the stuf we have these days but i do miss being a kid those were the days nintendo super mario brothers. zelda, etc, saturday mornings were the best
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