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vkimo
I feel sad because even now I'm trying to remember what people did before smartphones and tables, I can imagine older people thinking that about TVS or Radios.
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Mr Magic
Jukeboxes brought a lot of dancers together.

If Pleasantville taught me anything, it's that the 50s were almost untouchable.
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A day is like a dollar. It can be spent wisely or foolishly.


vkimo
You had a booming post war economy, the introduction of the working middle class and consumerism was just starting to take off. It really was the birth of the modern era. There's an interesting show I want to watch that examines the teenagers of that era because they were the first generation to live totally different lives than those before them.


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Mr Magic
The vocabulary was sure something else.

Words like "nifty" and "gee whiz" were used. And "keen"?

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jkatz
Fun Fact time!
They filmed some parts of the sequel (there was a sequel?) at the school I go to.
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The women of New Vegas ask me a lot if there's a Mrs. New Vegas. Well, of course there is! You're her. And you're still just as perfect as the day we met.
Mr Magic
I don't think I'll waste my time watching the sequel.
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