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James Gunn
For some reason I'm just remembering now that as a kid my family's VCR had wood paneling.
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Paddy McGuinness Jun 12
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Lest we not forget the remote on a wire!
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Eric Goldman Jun 12
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It's beautiful!
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Vena x Starlight Jun 12
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That's a VCR? It looks like a cassette player.
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david williams Jun 12
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I remember how damn heavy they were as well. Remember when big screen TV's came out, how heavy those were! Just moving them was a workout.
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Tracey Lynn Jun 12
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YES! Mine too!
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Lary β™‘ Jun 12
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Uau! 😍
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Dan Van Jun 12
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All the best technology has wood panelling...
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Hilly Jun 12
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Sweet, wood paneling made everything richer!
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Doriano Carta Jun 12
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much like the family station wagons...before the advent of mini-vans & SUVs.
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Jonny Clooney Jun 12
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I'm really hoping wood panelling makes a resurgence in home electronics!
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Suparn Verma Jun 12
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I still remember using acetone or perfumes to clean the head & nail polish to stick broken tape
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Don Jun 12
So it would match the console tv & the credenza.
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Brea Grant Jun 12
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ours too!!
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Joey Nazzari Jun 12
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We had that one also
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Favstar Bot 😍 Jun 12
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Congrats on your 250❀️ tweet!
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collectiveoasis Jun 12
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That shit is faaaaaaaaancy!
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Adam Gee Jun 12
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Mine too - and we had 1 prerecorded VHS - Blazing Saddles (still know the script by heart)
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petzilla Jun 12
I agree that's a beautiful memory, I still remember having to register for a store to rent me VHS tapes since no could afford a VHS tape
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Andrew Hawnt Jun 12
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I wrote a book on movies on VHS & going through tapes & reading up on the era was such a joy to do. So much fun. Gotta love the wood panels!
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