A pre-osha fan

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

Here is a fan before all the government safety regulations. Being able to count to 10 was a sign of superior intelligence.

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The Commodore 64 ‘computer’

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

The Commodore 64 computer was introduced in 1982.  This was my first computer, if you could call it that.  The technology of 1982 seems like the stone ages compared to what we have available now. If you want to go back in time, check out this article.

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Operation – the game

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

One of the games I had as a kid was “Operation”.   Remember his name? Do you remember the game pieces? Read on for an Operation Nostalgia Trip. 

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Remember mood rings?

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

During the 1970’s Mood rings were a huge craze.

In 1975, two inventors started making rings with a crystal that changes color with temperature. Supposedly you could tell the mood of the person by looking at the color of their ring. It beat “What’s your sign?” to a certain degree as a conversation starter.  They made great Christmas and Birthday gifts.

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Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1960’s television)

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

One of the iconic television shows I grew up with was “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea”. I even had a Seaview bathtub toy.

The show featured a futuristic submarine, The Seaview, that had nuclear missiles, a flying sub, anti air missiles, a mini sub, a diving bell. In addition there was always something or someone trying to destroy the world or at least the Seaview. 

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8 Track tapes

Last Updated on 9 months by Christopher G Mendla

Ah, the old 8-track player. Who remembers ..

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