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micki
Sep 3, 2019
E.T. phone home!!
retirenow14
Sep 3, 2019
Hard to believe we thought that these colored phones were something we wanted. Before this, the old phones were usually all black.
elijah13
Aug 26, 2019
I think that most of us on this site have either had one of these or at least used one. However, mine was black!

Put the key to your happiness in someone else's pocket.

"Whatever you do, don't get stuck on the one thing that ruins your day. Life is too short to waste on negativity." FB
nlbuchanan
Aug 26, 2019
Hey, Elijah13, did you mean to say DON'T "put the key in someone else's pocket"?
manatee
Aug 28, 2019
My brother worked for the phone company. Between him and his friends, a lot of us had the clear dialer disk (with the finger holes in it) as keychains. Hard to lose, easy to hold, and room for lots of keys and doodads.
elijah13
Aug 28, 2019
I think it was so you could share it. Not sure however. Looking now to see what this storm is going to do. Looks like it is going to go thru lots of Florida. I'm preparing NOW for it.
manatee
Aug 28, 2019
Oh no...I pray we don't need shelters in our county.
CatLadyOKC
Aug 29, 2019
Watching your area, glad to see you are preparing to it!!!
elijah13
Aug 29, 2019
Manatee, where are you?
manatee
Aug 29, 2019
Gainesville. We had a lot of shelters during Irma, including several pet-friendly. I work for the County, and shelter duty wore me out.
manatee
Aug 29, 2019
But if you need a shelter and we have them, you are welcome here! We didn't turn anyone away in Irma. There were some bedraggled souls who were running out of gas in their cars...made it all worth it really.
elijah13
Aug 30, 2019
Have survived a few of them with no house damage either. My niece was just here and we put the finishing touches on it. I just plan to stay home until the lights come back on--I'm sure they will go off but have 6 lights to use. I'll just be hot. You stay safe also. Not sure where this thing is really going to hit land.
manatee
Aug 30, 2019
A sturdy house that has proven itself is a wonderful place to be. Do I remember correctly that you are in the Tampa area? I hope she changes tracks. And I hope there are none after her. I'll be fine in a county shelter, and if I'm home and it gets unsafe for my little tin can, my landlord brings me into his home...gee I hope he stays thru this one too. :)
elijah13
Aug 30, 2019
I live in Winter Springs--between Orlando and Sanford. We are in the path when it turns North!
aknan
Aug 30, 2019
Prayers for you, elijah and manatee.
lilbc77
Aug 26, 2019
When they were new we thought they were so cool. I also remember the "Princess" phones, which I really wanted but never had.
aknan
Aug 26, 2019
I was totally surprised to receive a pink Princess phone for Christmas when I was 13. We'd just purchased the farm and moved into the house. My dad said I needed my privacy to talk on the phone since I was a teenager!
lilbc77
Aug 26, 2019
Oh, lucky you!
aknan
Aug 28, 2019
The down side was we were on a party line (any one else remember those? ) and all calls were limited to 15 minutes, max!
lilbc77
Aug 29, 2019
Yes, I remember party lines. I didn't know the calls were limited. I wasn't allowed to use the phone at that point. When I got older, by that time the party line was no longer. However I still had to limit the length of my calls.
aknan
Aug 29, 2019
My Dad set the limits and strictly monitored us! It wasn't the phone company's rule.
aussiesapphire
Aug 26, 2019
I remember them well.

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
elijah13
Aug 26, 2019
So do I.
aussiesapphire
Aug 26, 2019
:)
trynfindit
Aug 28, 2019
One thing that always drove me nuts was twisted or kinked phone cords.
elijah13
Aug 28, 2019
I agree!
OzSomeOne
Aug 26, 2019
I saw a video where they gave two 17-yr-old boys a corded rotary phone and 4 minutes to figure out how to dial a phone number. After a minute, they were finally moving the dial with their fingers, but they never figured it out - didn't know to lift the receiver first. It was hilarious!
jazz0130
Aug 28, 2019
I saw that video, so fun to watch them struggle with it!
KarenBuglet
Aug 28, 2019
I saw that one too, very funny!
trynfindit
Aug 28, 2019
It's funny to think of how many different phones we've grown up with.
JAMP124
Aug 26, 2019
I remember pre-dial days when I picked up the receiver and the operator said, "Number please." I would say "888M" --- my grandparents' number!
sisgp
Aug 26, 2019
Don't remember that, but you had to go into the hall to make a call and we had a party line, i.e. we shared a line with next door, so you had to make sure they weren't on the phone before you could make a call.
trynfindit
Aug 28, 2019
Remember how so many houses had those phone "niches" in the hallway?
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