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Old 6th July 2019, 12:10 PM
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Inspector Abberline I think life and everything was better in the 70s\ 80s
Music, TV, Films , life in general more care free, less crime (yes it existed but not as much as today) as much as technology is good it also killed of a lot of things, shops, socialising outside, great times being a kid playing out instead of being stuck indoors on latest game console or sky, Netflix etc . just everything in general tbh.
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Inspector Abberline I think life and everything was better in the 70s\ 80s
Music, TV, Films , life in general more care free, less crime (yes it existed but not as much as today) as much as technology is good it also killed of a lot of things, shops, socialising outside, great times being a kid playing out instead of being stuck indoors on latest game console or sky, Netflix etc . just everything in general tbh.
I'm just as guilty at looking at the 1970's through rose tinted glasses ,I'm more guilty than others, and I'm sure todays millennials will look back in twenty years time and think the same about this period..(especially if climate change has its wicked way with the world, and there living in some post apocalyptic world trying not to get molested by hordes of roaming half man half cockroach beasts..)...its all subjective. The 70s had three day weeks, power cuts, Yorkshire Ripper, Vietnam war and The Val Doonican Music Show just to name a few horrors...still I'm off to blow a disc jockey and molest a Space hopper while getting my Raleigh Chopper lubed...
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Old 22nd January 2020, 01:58 AM
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100-51. Old and new , more newer ones than the old ones



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I've just sat and watched all 100 of course some you'll agree on others you won't, but still loads missing that I think should have been in that list .
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Old 22nd January 2020, 03:15 AM
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2hrs , I haven't watched I just glanced it looks like all the old versions 70s 80s and first hour is mainly the cartoons \ animation .
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It's hilarious,isn't it?

That **** Ferman fretted about the nation being disturbed by Linda Blair puking pea soup and Gunnar Hanssen advertising Black and Decker,whilst the kids of the 70's and 80's pissed their little trousers in fear of the PIF broadcast during children's tv after school!

That's when those older ads always appeared.
Me and my brothers remember.

They were so scary,my old man got rid of the carpets and installed linoleum in the living room!
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