Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by MutteringJohn, Dec 14, 2014.
Openings for many shows plus commercials.
I look back fondly when you could watch a video online without adds or promos
I used to get up to change the channel.
Yeah, me too.
Google fucked that up, but good.
Beth can remember doing that too.
She did get hopelessly confused though whenever her dad would ask her to adjust the rabbit ears.
My Dad used us kids as his channel changers.
In 1960 we had a TV with a remote but it was hard wired to the TV.
There was a little motor connected to the channel changer and volume control.
When u pressed the button to change the channels you could see the knob turning and clicking thru each channel.
Ahh, the good old pre digital days. Thank god they are gone!
We were so fancy with the "furniture" console TV
Back before RCA turned into the shit tv supplier for Dollar General stores
You had the Hamms Bear their ... imagine your parents calling you in to watch a beer commercial.
I still sing the brylcreem song to my son when I comb his hair after a bath. I wonder if they still sell this stuff? I'd like "disturbingly healthy hair" ... again
we had that VERY model.
Und for zee ladies:
My grandmother worked at the RCA factory in Camden for 30+ years, she even named her dog Nipper.
My Mother God bless her worked for RCA for almost 30 years. They helped put a man on the Moon. Now RCA couldn't make a tv worth putting in your living room
I am pissed that every video has 30 seconds of shit at the start. Now it almost even, the commercials and the actual content.
You May Skip Ad in 3.....2......1........
20 yrs ago we still had one-inherited from the inlaws!
didn't see no skip, skipper. Then there a pop=up on the commercial. inventive