Red reflects. Any other examples?

Red reflects. Any other examples? | IN THE '70s, THIS WAS A WE WERE SUCH DUMBASSES! PRESIDENT OLYMPIC HERO FOOTBALL HERO WHOLESOME FAMILY ENTERTAINER GOOD MUSIC | image tagged in meme,funny,red,jimmy carter,bruce jenner,oj simpson | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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6 ups, 2 replies
Wasn't Cosby more of an 80's icon?
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1966 GRAMMY AWARD, BEST COMEDY ALBUM | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I about died as a kid listening to this.
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Right, I didn't even include his standup & albums in the discussion with Spurs, it seemed like he wanted to talk about TV.

The answer to "Why is there air?" - to blow up volleyballs, footballs, basketballs, etc.

I went to a garage sale a few years ago and this guy had that CD and a bunch of other old Cosby CDs for $2 - 3 each, mint condition. SOLD! You can't find those in stores.
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The Kroft shows were insane. I loved this one too.
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SLEESTAKS! SLEESTAKS! Right...I didn't know which category to put that into, a cartoon that I liked or a live action show that was weird LOL! I liked it big time and even liked the Will Farrell version.
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I hit puberty about the same time as Holly... between her and Isis late Saturday mornings were A W E S O M E!
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Right, I think that we must be the same age! Live action Wonder Woman, Charlie's Angels, Gilligan's Island reruns...

Is it just me, or did the comments get shuffled out of order? I thought that this thread was below where you had Picard talking about cartoons?
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I had to go back up. We had hit bottom. Linda and Farrah... what a night for tv!
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3 ups, 1 reply
We needed the chicken heart last night :)
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Now I'm the one that doesn't remember the '70s LOL! I had to Google that image, found out that it was on an episode of Fat Albert! Thanks for that!
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3 ups, 1 reply
:) but it was the Chicken Heart That Ate Chicago, there were a few references to that album throughout the Fat Albert Series.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Right! I remember the episode about getting ice cream at the hospital before I heard the album version!
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Scooby Doo, Wacky Racers, SuperFriends (more that I can't remember, still on first cup o' joe) were great.

Remember some of the "live action" Saturday shows though? Sid & Marty Croft? I think those guys were on acid! HR Puffenstuff and Sigmund & the Sea Monsters? Wow!
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Nope, he was on TV since the 60s with "I Spy", in the 70s he had Fat Albert. I will give you the fact that "The Cosby Show" was one of the biggest hits of the 80s, but he was uge way before that.
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Yeah, knew about the other stuff, but dust think he was that big in the 70's. Oh well, I upvoted anyway cause it was funny.
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Shoot, I forgot one!
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Yeah, he's dead now.
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Right! That's where I was going with this! Perfect!
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Credit where credit's due...TodaysReality "Slow Ride" meme and associated comments inspired this. Lots of good comments there!
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here's the meme from TodaysReality https://imgflip.com/i/10lztw
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I've commented on that thread,... it's awesome!! Great "meme"ories!!!!
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Thanks man, that means a lot! I've been laying some eggs but got a spark on this one somehow.
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Better watch out, SpursFan will point out that Picard wasn't from the 70s.
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4 ups, 1 reply
He was, he was still at the academy though :)
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4 ups, 1 reply
Mad skills! Now if you could help out our man Wharf, that would be great!
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NICE!!! :)
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There ya' go, and they're still good (as far as I know, I don't follow basketball too much). I do know that the Noguts (Nuggets) still think it's 1979.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Lol, yes they are. Actually, they're better than they were in the 70's. And the Nuggets...well....
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I was Established in 79!
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True! After I made this I thought to myself where will the so called heroes of today be in 40 years?
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Now there's a 70s icon we can love!
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I played 2 albums of that into transparencies, and wore out the 8track and cassette. Thank goodness for CDs.
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3 ups, 1 reply
They made great music, just not enough. What, four albums?
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Google says 8, but I only had this one and "Don't Look Back" albums. Styx was my favorite band after Boston.
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3 ups, 2 replies
I liked early Styx, but they went too far to pop and ballads later.

I didn't realize that Boston had eight. I wonder if that includes best ifs, etc?
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I was off for the weekend....my guess is you're probably right about best hits. Seems a band gets low on cash and then comes out with a "new" album.
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