Discussion in 'The Bar' started by 58lambert58, Aug 6, 2015.
1. Horse racing
2. Coin collecting
3. Model train bullshit
I have a stamp collection when I went to DC as a kid
The Joey Heatherton fan club
Oh, sorry. That's just MrWarmth.
Horse racing is practically dead already. Only thing keeping most tracks holding on is that they are letting them become racinos.
Old white people
Land line phones
Went to Delaware Park with my Dad last year to bet on the ponies. Plenty of younger people were there playing the slots but nobody under 65 betting on the horse races.
6. Drive-in movie theaters
7. Werther Originals
8. Egg Creams
10. Hobos stealing pies left to cool on windows
There will be new ones.
11. Vacuum cleaners (robots do that shit now!)
I'm not sure that 9 & 10 still exist.
I have two full sets of antique china in my storage unit from different grandparents. No young people want that fancy shit anymore.
12. Stamp collecting
14. The USPS
Don't forget the various lodges, like the Elks and Eagles. I'm actually surprised most have held out this long.
My Dad always took me to the Moose lodge and then disappeared for a couple of hours on me. I'm sure he was off being a degenerate somewhere.
Bingo Parlors, but not until Dave dies.