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Hello Hind,

It's nice to talk to you. I understand now why you typed in large capital letters, but it's OK - we can see you! Emotion: smile

If you go to make friends and meet people

I think you will meet a lot of people who want to talk to you and practise their English
It's quite funny that at the moment there is an advert on the radio from a retirement fund company that says something like...
If you remember Computers with cassettes or (...other things from the late 70's early 80's...), then you are half way to retirement.

The Ad mentions similar things to what is on the list I put at the beginning.

In a way, it's like when your mother says... When I was a kid, we had to walk 10 miles barefoot in the snow to get to school every morning. Your parents have their own memories.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Dude I wish I grew up then. I hate all the law suits and everything. Kids now are panzys.
hello there!! i think your post is pretty good!! actually, it's so cool! I've never realized all of those things that you've mentioned.. actually, I belong to the 80's generation.. so I can somehow relate to your analysis (is it?) (really?) congrats! u captured my attention.. and actually it brought a little fun on my part...but what I really remembered when I was a kid was when I keep on following my mother wherever she goes but she doesn't get angry.. i guess, being a kid really has a lot of advantages.. by the way, I'm an english teacher here in the Philippines.. I work in an International language school mostly of my students were koreans. and they were very serious with studying english.. i guess, english fluency is really a requirement in their country.. I would love to hear a lot from u..u can e-mail me at [deleted by Mod to save you from the millions of spam emails you would receive if it were left in]
It's funny! I would think that today's regulators and bureaucrats are also those of us who were raised in the 60's 70's and early 80's.
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I remember several most bright episodes from my childhood. Spending hours by walking during the winter-time, making a snowman and snow-barricades with my brothers and playing "the snow war". After that, we went home and had a hot tea with mom's brownie cake. That was a perfect time... Also I remember going to the riverside with my dad and brother when we went fishing. He told us a lot of attractive stories about his past, his adventures, how he met our mother and so on and so forth. We also loved going to our grandma, while our parents had a lot of time to spend with her and to have a pretty conversation, I and my brother had a lot of time to explore everything around: the forest, the lake, to meet a neighbor's dog and to find a cow.