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America in the 1970s (33 pics)

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  • 28 Oct, 2011  |
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Very interesting photos of America in 1971 – 1977.

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№1 Author: DocMcCoy (28 Oct 2011 00:41) Total user comments: 6039


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The fashions say the '70s. Many could be at anytime. Nice. 04
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№2 Author: plaidpancake (28 Oct 2011 01:19) Total user comments: 2475


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i wish i was alive back than
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№3 Author: miscellaneous (28 Oct 2011 02:15) Total user comments: 4179


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plaidpancake, careful what you wish for.

actually things haven't changed much. Back then there was an energy crisis and fuel shortages, and an expensive war w/no end in site (Vietnam), rampant inflation, high unemployment, interest rates were out of control, racial tensions, massive drug abuse, social protests to the status quo government, the promise of clean abundant energy (nuclear), a huge recession, rapidly emerging technologies in business (stock markets linked globally) , banking (credit cards), entertainment (mind blowing special effects) , communications (cell/car phones)........
etc.
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№4 Author: RubberDucky73 (28 Oct 2011 04:26) Total user comments: 84


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Yea but if you were around in the late 60's early 70's you get to see led zepplin, jimi hendrix, janis joplin, the who, the beatles, CSNY and many more. Plus ,Muhammed Ali is in his prime, the first man walks on the moon, and Stanley Kubrick is making cinema history.

I would rather have all that with the wars, protests and racial tensions, rather then just having the wars, protests, and ethnic tensions of today.
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№5 Author: Batman (28 Oct 2011 04:26) Total user comments: 593


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absolutly beautiful, everything
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№6 Author: RubberDucky73 (28 Oct 2011 04:28) Total user comments: 84


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O and Hunter S Thompson, love em.
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№7 Author: AlienShooter (28 Oct 2011 08:57) Total user comments: 1199


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TAAKA vodka - just add people 04
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№8 Author: quackers (28 Oct 2011 10:06) Total user comments: 4830


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Great pictures of the 70s , good to see Huggy Bear in is Prime,.,.,.,
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№9 Author: fairmania (28 Oct 2011 12:02) Total user comments: 1436


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Perhaps what plaidpancake was wishing for was a simpler time.

Yes the world was trapped with many of the problems that exist today, but the lack of media coverage of every single event, and the greater pride in your community, seperate from the outside world, is what we will never have again.

Yes to Zep, Hendrix, Joplin et al, major undertakings in space, and the lack of people watching on tv, endless ads for things we can't afford or don't need, no cell phones, no Beiber.

Think of a world with no Jersey Shore, X Factor, Paris Hilton, and real celebrities, where people were famous because of what they had done or achieved, not just who they slept with or what Big Brother episode they left on.

Not to worry though. After the Apocalypse we can all give it a go. Again.
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№10 Author: Jinxaruny (28 Oct 2011 12:18) Total user comments: 10324


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A completely different way of living...
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№11 Author: taransh (28 Oct 2011 15:49) Total user comments: 128


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№12 Author: elunicotomas (28 Oct 2011 16:55) Total user comments: 1680


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№13 Author: Lu (28 Oct 2011 18:27) Total user comments: 15082


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Things changed for the worst in a mega way down here.
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№14 Author: Sliss (28 Oct 2011 19:32) Total user comments: 132


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Goofus '58 on the Subway, wonder what he's doing now?
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№15 Author: Píixan (28 Oct 2011 20:13) Total user comments: 1014


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The guy in the red car, reminded me of The Pink Panther show 05
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№16 Author: YeahRight (29 Oct 2011 00:19) Total user comments: 1632


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been there done that,,,,so why show the same crap from yesterday that is the same same today? 61
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№17 Author: raymond.wendt (29 Oct 2011 01:28) Total user comments: 9115


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makes me feel old.
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№18 Author: TinklingMonkey (29 Oct 2011 04:11) Total user comments: 684


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№19 Author: adzhoe (4 Dec 2011 08:45) Total user comments: 14959


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Ah yes, Cool times. My high school years 71 thru 75. Was it 1977 fuel shortage? remember had to get in line and wait about 45 minutes for gas {odd or even days depending on liscence plate}that was outrageously high, like .75 cents a gallon. Outrageous back then. Led Zepplin tickets at oakland coloseum were 16 dollars. Yep the good ole days. You could (not me of course) get a 4 finger lid for 10 dollars. How high is it now??
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