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    :) I remember watching like shows onP.B.S nickelodeon and other networks
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      i remember latest technology ruling the world
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        The 90s..Nickelodeon/PBS/90s cartoons, playing SNES, constantly playing outside with friends, being into the latest 90s trends..But unlike most other 90s kids, I was influenced by a lot of 80s pop culture growing up: watched many 80s kid/teen and horror flicks, being obsessed with 80s music/videos, So my 90s childhood had an 80s twist to it...was a fun time.
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          Cartoon Network was in it's infancy
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            • 1 year 6 months ago
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            i have many fond memories,sunday night watching walt disney with my parents,saturday morning cartoons jetsons,flintstones,huckleberry hound,sigmond and the sea monster was good as well.As i was a very lucky girl growing up on our farm and beung blessed with a very wonderful family with just enjoying a night on the front porch and moms homemade ice cream,memories i will always cherish.
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              shires wrote:
              i have many fond memories,sunday night watching walt disney with my parents,saturday morning cartoons jetsons,flintstones,huckleberry hound,sigmond and the sea monster was good as well.As i was a very lucky girl growing up on our farm and beung blessed with a very wonderful family with just enjoying a night on the front porch and moms homemade ice cream,memories i will always cherish.


              That's so touching
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                • 1 year 6 months ago
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                We had a close bond so sunday nights we'd pop popcorn in our fireplace and sit there and watch disney like 'song of the south"that was cute,we also watched thing like Daniel Boone,Davy Crockett,those were special times,although i still watch alot of those today.:)
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                  shires wrote:
                  We had a close bond so sunday nights we'd pop popcorn in our fireplace and sit there and watch disney like 'song of the south"that was cute,we also watched thing like Daniel Boone,Davy Crockett,those were special times,although i still watch alot of those today.:)


                  I like the sound of all of this. Great stuff.
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                    shires wrote:
                    We had a close bond so sunday nights we'd pop popcorn in our fireplace and sit there and watch disney like 'song of the south"that was cute,we also watched thing like Daniel Boone,Davy Crockett,those were special times,although i still watch alot of those today.:)


                    I like the sound of all of this. Great stuff.


                    Never seen those Disney Classics before
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                      Ghost of Vapor wrote:
                      shires wrote:
                      We had a close bond so sunday nights we'd pop popcorn in our fireplace and sit there and watch disney like 'song of the south"that was cute,we also watched thing like Daniel Boone,Davy Crockett,those were special times,although i still watch alot of those today.:)


                      I like the sound of all of this. Great stuff.


                      When I was 9 years old id watch Nickelodeon G.A.S. where they showed Guts Double Dare Legends of the Hidden Temple Figure it out you name it
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                        • 1 year 6 months ago
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                        now that i'm grown i do like to watch alf",bewitched,i dream of jeannie,the flying nun,that girl,bonanaza,big valley,most of the ole shows and a few of the new.Others are I love lucy,happy days,and movies with tony curtis,carey grant,doris day,david niven and i like john wayne own many of his as well.
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                          shires wrote:
                          now that i'm grown i do like to watch alf",bewitched,i dream of jeannie,the flying nun,that girl,bonanaza,big valley,most of the ole shows and a few of the new.Others are I love lucy,happy days,and movies with tony curtis,carey grant,doris day,david niven and i like john wayne own many of his as well.


                          I've been a fan of I love Lucy for 11 and a half years
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                            As i own alot of hers forgot where i got them and you can still watchthem on tv and the net today,liked "please don't eat the daisies"as i own alot of doris day movies.My favorites of lucy were with them living in the country and when fred and ethel moved there with them.:)
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                              shires wrote:
                              As i own alot of hers forgot where i got them and you can still watchthem on tv and the net today,liked "please don't eat the daisies"as i own alot of doris day movies.My favorites of lucy were with them living in the country and when fred and ethel moved there with them.:)


                              I've seen Doris Day in three movies and I've seen the entire 2nd and 3rd seasons of Lucy
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                                own doris day movies,"with three you get eggroll,the thrill of it all",pillow talk",calamity jane",please don't eat the daisies",do not disturb' and lucy own most of what i could find and get.:)
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                                  shires wrote:
                                  own doris day movies,"with three you get eggroll,the thrill of it all",pillow talk",calamity jane",please don't eat the daisies",do not disturb' and lucy own most of what i could find and get.:)


                                  I've seen Doris in Lullaby of Broadway and Lucky me but Pillow Talk is the best
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                                    one of my favorites i'm just an ole classic girl as i was brought up with these people my mom and dad always watched movies like these as i own the bob hope collection and the jerry lewis collection these people ere always in our livingroom dean martin,and MZ..Diller herself.:)
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                                      shires wrote:
                                      one of my favorites i'm just an ole classic girl as i was brought up with these people my mom and dad always watched movies like these as i own the bob hope collection and the jerry lewis collection these people ere always in our livingroom dean martin,and MZ..Diller herself.:)


                                      You mean you meant them or their movies were always playing in your TV. Anyway I'm glad we have the same favorite Doris Day flick
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                                        Watching TV reruns from the 50s, 60s and 70s. They were in abundance in the 80s. If I wasn't watching them on Nick at Night, I was watching them on the local independent stations.
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                                          we watched many of the classics these were what i was brought up with and i still to this day love them,as i spent years finding and buying up all the ones i found.:)
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