Yep, I remember when they added a digit. Until I was 9 or 10 years old, our number was Express 5756. They added the 7th digit and it became Express 1-5756. At least it wasn't BR549 like the one in Hee Haw. :laughing:Pretty cool, brings back lots of memories. Hey Tex, I did have one of those subs and it was a blast to play with. Also, don't know why I remember this (seeing I can't remember where I put my car keys now) but my phone number was Glenview 45592. That was 55-60 years ago.:laughing::laughing:
46 and remember a little more than half :laughing:I'm 42 and I remember about half of the page very well!
BLK 1 :buhbye:
I have a buddy that is a coach in a Major college footbal program.I do too! Try looking at them when you talk about "recording wax"... as in vinyl for you youngsters. :laughing:
I have a buddy that is a coach in a Major college footbal program.
Every couple years he sends me a fact sheet about the upcoming group of freshman recruits so he and fellow coaches can relate to them.
Things like they don't know how to write cursive. They can't remember time with out cell phones, They have never bought, played a vinyl record, they have no clue who general westmoreland is, etc.
I know grown folks who couldn't answer some of those questions! :laughing:Matt, that's nothing...ask the average High School graduate today,...
Which came first WWII, or the Vietnam War?
Which country/counties, was the United States fighting in WWII?
On what continent are those countries located?
Who is the current Vice-President of the United States?
Is Peru located in South America, or Europe?
Here's a map, show me Greenland.
The average H.S. graduate today, would fail to answer most of those questions.