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    Great TV Shows of the Past

    Welcome to yesteryear! I have been working on many hubs recently that are of a serious nature and wanted to take a little break and publish something on the ligher side. I was watching television recently and most of the shows, at least the...
    • Genevieve Carlisle

      Rooftop TV Antenna ----- This is what we had on top of our two story house. My Dad had no fear of adjusting it but his Son-in-law could not get up enough courage to help him. We've come a long way!

    • Voula F

      Every house on the block had a TV antenna. now every house has satellite dishes

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