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And...we only had 3 channels.

changing channels--oh, so true!we only had 3 channels. plus had to get up to change channels. plus only black and white tv

Still do

I grew up always being outside barefoot. Still love to be barefoot. No socks and shoes for this girl. I remember how dirty my feet would be by the end of the day. A foot bath was always in order before bed,

Loved growing up like this..

I'm not a kid but I still did all these things. (PS I survived the garden hose)

Smallpox injection, if you have a scar near the shoulder. . .you had one!

Remember the Smallpox Vaccination? Mine is on the inside of my left arm, so it doesn't show. Also remember taking sugar cubes for Polio.

hahaha! so true. - I remember putting our TV on a Microwave cart.

Nothing made you happier than seeing this when walking into a classroom as a kid. And now as a teacher nothing makes me happier than seeing this in my classroom still!

On this board because much of this was still true...and those of us born in 1975 were still kids in the 90s. :)

Kids these days will probably never understand how we did it during our generation. But we did, and it was cool.

The parents of our youth-

~ Keep Crying and I'll Give You Something To Cry About / omg I heard this a million times growing up

before...

Funny pictures about Life Before Cell Phones Was So Simple. Oh, and cool pics about Life Before Cell Phones Was So Simple. Also, Life Before Cell Phones Was So Simple photos.

Yesssss! And then Young and Restless, the news at 12, and Bold and Beautiful. Lastly, Days of our lives at 1. Lol, things I'd watch with my mom. Good times.

I watched "The Price is Right" every time I stayed home sick from school. I LOVED AND ADORED Bob Barker. And Bob made a popular comeback in college when we would all gather in the common area to watch TPIR just before the doors opened for lunch.

Hugh Brannum (left), "Mr. Green Jeans" on the Captain Kangaroo show, was a vocalist, arranger, composer and actor. During his days with Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians, he used his childhood nickname, "Lumpy." The Captain, on the right, was played by Bob Keeshan, the original Clarabell the Clown on the Howdy Doody Show. Captain Kangaroo aired for nearly 30 years on CBS, from 1955 to 1984.

Captain Kangaroo (right) and Mr. Talk about part of growing up - we absolutely had to watch Captain Kangaroo! And Mr. Greenjeans, and Bunny Rabbit, and Grandfather Clock!

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