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RC Cola :: 'mouse

If someone has one of those Back to the Future DeLoreans handy, could you please stop by 1976 and pick me up a cold six-pack of RC Cola?

    TAGS:  1970s, Back to the Future, DeLorean, RC Cola

“They tried to sell us jars of peanut butter and jelly all swirled together back in the Seventies, and we laughed it off the shelves, Boy, just laughed it right off,” sneered Zeke’s father, gesturing at the grocery shelf while his motorized scooter weaved precariously, “but now look - it’s back - which is proof positive your generation is gullible enough to buy anything.”

    TAGS:  1970s, generations, gullible, scooters, proof positive, peanut butter and jelly

No motorcycle-riding action figure was safe from the influence Evel Knievel had on young boys (and a few girls like me) in the 70’s.

    TAGS:  1970s, Evel Knievel, Knievel

Jan van de Boer felt profound gratitude for all of the nuclear attack drills he participated in during his elementary school days, because with nuclear war predicted to start today, June 12th, he was prepared to dive under the nearest school desk.

    TAGS:  1970s, Jan van de Boer, cold war life

In the early 1970’s I was regularly ingesting pre-1962 Crayons as proven by the fact I find “flesh” vastly superior to “peach.”

    TAGS:  1970s, Americana, crayons, flesh

During the 1970s, most flocks experienced a dramatic increase in a cappella dance parties, but this was mostly on account of the difficulty ducks had in successfully handling the 8-track equipment.

    TAGS:  ducks, 1970s, anthropomorphism, 8-tracks, duck - the bird, psychology, dance party, Keith's Guides to Everything


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