That 70's Thread
#41


3:40...

hmmm
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#42
5:50 check it out, those are the '70s lens flare sparkles that I always talk about.
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#43
They shopped them into the picture, they KNOW the effect these specific star-like shapes have on people.
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#44
Drool 
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#45
4:08 imagine having sex on top of a TV!
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#46
8:34 there was a phone exactly like this where I grew up, same color and everything. There was also a cream colored rotary phone with huge square buttons along the bottom too, I think they were for putting people on hold and patching through calls or something.
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#47
9:19 style and color in general were just so much better in the '70s... look at that shit, it's heaven.
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#48
God I fucking love the 70s.

Strange to think that era only lasted for 10 years.
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#49
So it had to be the late 1960s when those weird colors (appliances, carpets, furniture) started coming in all those colors, and I guess by the early '80s people wanted a change in aesthetic. So that's really about ~15 years of this funky kinda style. Some of those appliances would easily last 15 years, so it's crazy to think people ditched 'em all just to get new ones that were... less fun.
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#50
I had a '70s refrigerator and an '80s microwave until around the year 2000.
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#51
LOL. Those poor cashiers had to type in all the prices.
Hands Up!  Panties Down!
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#52
I'd like to try this Aspen soda.

https://i0.wp.com/retroist.com/wp-conten...1200%2C857&ssl=1
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#53


The Marathon candy bar seems perfect for you, Fannie.

I think the cowboy is John Wayne's son, Patrick Wayne.

https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/pat...?s=612x612
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#54
When I saw the whole presentation of that product, all I could think about was Gunsmoke...

Ohyeah
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#57
Hands Up!  Panties Down!
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#58


I can't even begin to process the levels of pure and total what the fuck this movie encompasses.

AND Joan Crawford.

Which just makes it even harder to understand how... just, how.
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#59
Joan. Fucking. Crawford.
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#60


7:07 this is why she was in that movie. It was made in 1970 and she died in 1977. It was just a job and I guess she needed it.

Still though... to have Joan Crawford in your movie is just insane. They were so fucking lucky man.
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