You practiced getting in and out of your car through the windows. Your first Walkman weighed 10 pounds and was the size of a brick. You know the meaning of “Wax on, wax off.” You know whose phone number is 867-5309. A piece of folded paper and two hands could tell your fortune. You want to be “where everybody knows your name.” You know what Willis was talking ’bout. You remember when it was worth getting up early on a Saturday morning to watch cartoons. You know the dangers of saying “water” and “I don’t know.” You remember when dialing a number on the phone actually involved a dial. You wore a ponytail on the side of your head. You owned a pair of jelly shoes. You played the game “MASH” (Mansion, Apartment, Shack, House). You said, “I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up.” You asked, “Where’s the beef?” You yelled, “By the power of Grayskull!” You know where Gordon Shumway is from. You rode in the back of the station wagon and faced the cars behind you. You know what happened on Nov. 5, 1955.
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