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Thread: Cool videos of times past

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    Cool videos of times past

    Last edited by LonnieFisher; Sep 3, '18 at 12:37 PM.

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    Those look great! I look forward to watching them. Thanks for sharing, Lonnie.

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    I watched the two videos embedded here and then followed the link. Fell right into a hole watching and enjoying a whole bunch of them. I like the series he's put together.

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    A 7-11 at 2:30 a.m. in 1987 near Disney World:



    Spoiler (?) alert: Nothing exciting happens at all, but it's a neat little time capsule back from the days before everyone walked around with cellphones and filmed everything. I guess being around the same age at that period of time, plus visiting Orlando a bunch of times in that general era makes this more nostalgic for me. Anyway, this thread kind of reminded me of this clip that I stumbled upon awhile back.

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    Love those videos!!! He really paints a picture with them , Lonnie. Great soundtrack nails them.

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    Last edited by EmergencyIan; Sep 4, '18 at 9:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjefferys View Post
    A 7-11 at 2:30 a.m. in 1987 near Disney World:
    This made me think of Shel Silverstein's song "Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe", but this is a far more cheerful scene (though just as mundane). Neat little time capsule of the times. I did Navy Boot Camp in Orlando no too long after this, so my Orlando Experience has a different spin on it, but it was still fun (now).

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