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    Television. The way it used to be.

    • I Love St. Joseph Mo

      Do you Remember Old School TV Knobs -

    • Tanja Prosock

      TV - The way it used to be. My dad would tell me or my sister or brother to get up and change the channel. US kids were the original remote control

    • Betsy Phariss

      Television. The way it used to be. Grew up watching one of Zenith's first remote control TVs. When an airplane passed over the house, the channel would change.

    • Jane Symionow

      Awww...Television. The way it used to be. We had to get up and turn the tv knobs to adjust the picture

    • Lara Casey

      Television. The way it used to be. No remote controls.

    • J D

      The way it television sets used to look.

    • Christina Collins

      Talk about going down memory lane!

    • Jeff Lieb

      ~ Childhood Memories

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