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    Television. The way it used to be. The whole family had to all watch the same show and had to get up off the couch to change the channel.

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    • Sheryl Ashley

      Television. The way it used to be. You had to get up to change channels or adjust volume! How did we ever manage with such an imposition!

    • Carol Kyle

      Television. The way it used to be. The whole family had to all watch the same show and had to get up off the couch to change the channel. ~ 70's --a close look at the knobs

    • bee cunningham

      Zenith TV Dials .... yes and after us kids changed the channels too fast and twisted the knobs off, dad had to keep the pliers on top of he tv set to change the channels! I had forgotten about uhf and vhf channels!

    • Sharon

      Television. The way it used to be. My dad had a long bamboo pole that he notched out the ends and used it to changed channels from his "easy chair"

    • Bonnie Halferty

      My dad would make me slowly change the channel one by one...I was the human remote control.

    • Eunice R. Steele

      Television the way it used to be: 3 channels, black & white, rabbit ears, and no remote!

    • Ally

      Television, the way it used to be. We only had 1 TV channel...the ABC!!!

    • Melissa Heaps Sherman

      The way it television sets used to look.

    • Lori Padgett

      ~ Childhood Memories

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