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    Re: How times change

    My wife is currently watching "Them" on TCM. She said her family first watched it when it first came out in their family station wagon at the drive-in.
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    Thanks for bringing up some great memories. Makes us old guys remember that we too were young and good looking rather than dried up prunes!
    In my estimation, one of the best things about tv is the ongoing release of the older programs. I have a hard time getting interested in or relate to most of the new programs. I guess my age shows in more ways than just looks.
    I'm not as old as you guys but I can't stand new tv shows. All I wath is MeTv, binge, and antenna tv. I like all the old stuff, way better for the soul. I do like Mike and Molly, Kevin can wait and king of Queens about the only knew sitcoms I like. And I will watch a couple shows on justice tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OYD View Post
    Thanks for bringing up some great memories. Makes us old guys remember that we too were young and good looking rather than dried up prunes!
    In my estimation, one of the best things about tv is the ongoing release of the older programs. I have a hard time getting interested in or relate to most of the new programs. I guess my age shows in more ways than just looks.

    that's why I don't wear a suit anymore, last time I wore one, I went to the bathroom,
    took out my tie and peed in my pants.
    getting old is rough, but its better than the alternative. jmho
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    ​We used to watch Perry Mason religiously back then and I know that I have seen many if not all of the shows but I'll be danged if I can remember any of them. It's like a new series. LOL

    that's getting old, memory is the first thing to go, I forgot whats second.
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    ​We used to watch Perry Mason religiously back then and I know that I have seen many if not all of the shows but I'll be danged if I can remember any of them. It's like a new series. LOL
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    Thanks for bringing up some great memories. Makes us old guys remember that we too were young and good looking rather than dried up prunes!
    In my estimation, one of the best things about tv is the ongoing release of the older programs. I have a hard time getting interested in or relate to most of the new programs. I guess my age shows in more ways than just looks.

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    James Coburn. 1961


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