You ever knew how to work a slide rule.
You ever bought an 8-track tape.
You ever owned a black and white television or fussed with a pair of "rabbit ears".
You ever drank soda or milk from a glass bottle.
You know the meaning of "three on the tree" and your parents let you stand up while the car was moving.
You ever owned a nine transistor radio.
A high tech bicycle was called an "English Racer" and had three speeds.
You remember when the banana seat was a bicycling breakthrough.
You ever strapped a pair of roller skates to your shoes or made a skateboard out of them.
You remember shag carpet.
You ever had a black light.
Your parents owned a Dodge DeSoto or a Rambler.
You know the meaning of "Radar Range".
You've ever done business with a TV Repair Shop or remember when TVs had tubes.
You've ever heard the terms "monophonic" or "quadraphonic".
You've ever listened to AM radio.
You remember when all police officers were men and all nurses were women.
You remember when all phones had cords and you dialed them with a wheel and rented them from the phone company and had to call the operator to make a long distance call.
You know what a "test pattern" is.
You ever owned a car with a metal dashboard and no seat belts.
You remember how a young boy would carry your groceries from the store to your car or that a man would pump your gas, wash your windows, and ask if you wanted your oil checked.
You've ever seen a computer that used tape, or paper punch cards.
You remember where you were when President Kennedy was shot or Buzz Aldrin stepped onto the Moon.
You remember any of these names: Broderick Crawford, Richard Boone, Gene Barrie, Micky Dolenz (trick here), Jack Webb ...
Ok, I've seeded this thread. Additions are encouraged.