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What's something you grew up with that future generations won't experience?
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Rotary Phone
Floppy Disks
Record Player--unless you're one of those hipsters who buys one as a status symbol
Compact Disc Players
Cassette Players
VHS players
Those AOL discs when Dial-up was the norm
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flicking the channel up and down for a split second of boob on a scrambled cable channel.
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KnightOfZero1991 wrote:

Respect, a brain, quality Saturday morning cartoons, communication skills.


Re..ah you beat me too it. lol I agree with you on quality Saturday morning cartoons. Ah those were the days. It gave me reason to get up early on Saturdays. Now the only reason i get up early is cuz of work. xD

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macht_gut wrote:

cursive letters


I can't believe they stopped teaching that.

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Rujikin wrote:

The water temple



loved and hated that temple. good because you get the long shot and get to fight dark link, bad because it was a water temple.
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VZ68 wrote:


macht_gut wrote:

cursive letters


I can't believe they stopped teaching that.



i literally can't even write in print anymore because i have been writing in cursive for so long...and I'm 15.
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Lol
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cartoons that are actually worth a damn.

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son that's too expensive, kids like u don't remember this




VZ68 wrote:


macht_gut wrote:

cursive letters


I can't believe they stopped teaching that.



we still teach it at my school although it is admittedly difficult to find language materials for our classroom
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Trewill91 wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


macht_gut wrote:

cursive letters


I can't believe they stopped teaching that.



i literally can't even write in print anymore because i have been writing in cursive for so long...and I'm 15.


When i wrote in cursive all the time my cursive was so bad that even I had trouble reading it. Problem is my writing is inconsistent so letters change shape or angle each time I write it. Works nice with print but is horrible with cursive.
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Rujikin wrote:


Trewill91 wrote:


VZ68 wrote:


macht_gut wrote:

cursive letters


I can't believe they stopped teaching that.



i literally can't even write in print anymore because i have been writing in cursive for so long...and I'm 15.


When i wrote in cursive all the time my cursive was so bad that even I had trouble reading it. Problem is my writing is inconsistent so letters change shape or angle each time I write it. Works nice with print but is horrible with cursive.


pretty much the same for me, but i still write almost 3 times as fast in cursive as i do in print.
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Strategy Guides and that one kid in class who lies about game secrets. Example: That kid that said theres a Mew under the Truck by the S.S Anne in Pokemon Red/Blue
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son that's too expensive, kids like u don't remember this



Leaded Fuel.

FULL SERVICE GAS STATIONS.

Oh yeah, how about life without these:

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5085trunks wrote:

Rotary Phone
Floppy Disks
Record Player--unless you're one of those hipsters who buys one as a status symbol
Compact Disc Players
Cassette Players
VHS players
Those AOL discs when Dial-up was the norm


Bakelite is the best.



You could put someone in the ground with one of these bad-boys. God I miss them.
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