I wanted to write a great article but as I searched and searched

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for something retro to write an article about but I have come up empty handed, then I thought to myself.
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I am going to write about looking for something to write about with a little bit of reminiscing.

My childhood was full of great memories but nothing that I feel would interest anyone else. I sat up thinking about something to write about and I came up with why I don’t know much about anything and from looking in the: article image
I’ve noticed what I do know has already been talked about.

I’m going to start with something that is big on RetroJunk.

Video games: Mainly the Nintendo (NES)
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because that is the only game system I had while growing up, but I didn’t have too many games and playing on an old black and white television wasn’t too fun.
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I’m not a gaming guru and I don’t know much about gaming from experience.

The second thing I wanted to write about was music.

Unlike most parents, my parents didn’t care what I listened to. Music always played a part in my life. I can remember when I was in grade school my father would rock out to AC/DC: Highway to Hell at least once a week.

I remember it like it was yesterday. The year was 1996 and watching article image for the first time I saw three videos that changed my musical life.

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Tha Crossroads by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony

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1, 2, 3, 4 (Sumpin' New) by Coolio

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Ironic by Alanis Morissette

Since then I have been hooked on music, but I don’t know enough to write about it.

The next thing I was going to write about was television.
These were my top four favorite shows on Friday nights even after the lineup changed.

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Apart from T.G.I.F. I really don’t know much about TV..

In conclusion that is why I don’t think writing articles are for me, but I enjoy reading them. I have a few ideas and someday I may write a real article as soon as come up with something people would want to read.