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Pong on Atari - the original video game. I thought it was the greatest thing ever.

Cash registers before they were computerized

Remember the sounds that old cash registers made? I remember some stores, I recall Kmart, had a sticker on the register that read "Sound Off!" Meaning they had to say the price aloud that they rang it up.

Loved these, they were so much easier to use!

Film cartridge for a Kodak 110 camera! My first camera was a Brownie. My second was a Kodak 110 camera. The negatives were tiny!


These 5 failed McDonald's menu items are nasty concoctions that were bad ideas. See 5 failed McDonald's menu items.

Silly Putty was so cool. It could do so many things, even bounce! This picture reminded me of how much I loved transferring newspaper images!

Silly Putty and Peanuts Comic Strip. Loved doing this with the Sunday funnies.

Okay who remembers this mans name ?

Mr Green Jeans from Capt Kangaroo. I had to have Toughskins green jeans to match his!

These telephone booths were cool and I do miss them, expected walking in one and it smelling of pee. G:)

Phone booth 10 cents until 1979 or Not everyone had a cell phone

The original Snack Pack - it tasted better in a can and there was always a chance you would break off that ring and be denied the pudding!

Hunt's Snack Pack Canned Pudding. I remember my mom packing this in my school lunches.

Most kitchens had a match holder/dispenser! Most gas stoves did not have a pilot-light; so a match was needed to "light" the cook stove and space heater. Matches were also used as deodorizes in the bathroom!

Vintage matchbox holder/ We always had one of these by our cook stove as a girl. Because if the stove was to light, we had to strike a match first/


Remember playing this water game called Aquaplay? It was fun to try & get those rings onto the posts using puffs of water.