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Looking back over the Years

Not sure about others but I am now top heavy with information about the Coronavirus!

Thought it may be nice to remember back over the years of what we used to do, see and remember!

From what our mothers used to do to remembering old movies, old tv series, our school days and how we got to our school.

How the years have flown by and suddenly it hits you that we are now 20 years since the turn of the century!

It really didn't seem that long ago we were writing 19..!

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Looking back over the years we have this situation I guess it is called modern history!

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3959940/

 

Learn't about Mary about 40 years ago and it was an eye opening about health.

Guess I should not have placed it next to the Meters Ovens and talking about Sunday Lunch but it is worth thinking about.

 

 

 

1970 Australian Bathrooms how they have changed!

 

70s Fashion on Twitter: "Redecorating the bathroom? #1970s ...

 

Bathroom from the 1970s | Vintage bathrooms, 1970s decor, Historic ...

70's bathroom | Retro bathrooms, Vintage bathrooms, Bathroom decor

 

Wow ... wild, so glad we've toned down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbSGcxo9W40

 

Mobile Phones of the 1980s

 

6: The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X Phone - 10 Funny Inventions That ...  From the first generation of mobile phones, a late 1980's Motorola ...

While at Motorola in the 1970s, Martin Cooper invented the first handheld cellular mobile phone, as distinct from the car phone, in 1973 and led the team that developed it and brought it to market in 1983.

Martin Cooper makes the world's first public mobile phone call in New York on 3 April 1973.

On 3 April 1973 Cooper and Mitchell demonstrated two working phones to the media and to passers-by prior to walking into a scheduled press conference at the New York Hilton. Standing on Sixth avenue near the Hilton, Cooper made the first handheld cellular phone call in public from the prototype DynaTAC.

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