Perfect name for post boomer/pre gen-x - page 2

I think I have the perfect name for us! Bradyboomers! The baby boom ended in 1962. It lasted from about 1946-62. The Gen-X group begins about 1973 or 74. We in the middle were called the baby bust... Read More

  1. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    Originally posted by babs_rn
    some bushy-headed blonde superhero TV show with the theme song that made the charts.....("Believe it or not/I'm walking on air/I never thought I could feel so free-ee-ee/Flying away/on a wing and a prayer/who could it be? / Believe it or not it's just me/)

    Oh, God, we're all getting old. I can't believe I can remember the WORDS to that song! tee-hee....I must have been in Jr. High...\

    Barb
    That was The Greatest American Hero, starring William Kat. Remember, he was in the movie "Carrie" too? I thought her was a "fox" way back when, lol
  2. by   petiteflower
    Originally posted by Hellllllo Nurse
    Check it out, Brady-boomers!

    OMG---I forgot that the flatsies had boobs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Here's some more--
    Big Wheels
    Duran Duran
    Adam Ant
    Bannana Clips
    Saturday Night Live when it was funny
    TAKE OFF---THE THE GREAT WHITE NORTH
    HOSER
    Thundercats
    Stretch Armstrong
    Roach Clips from the rearview mirror (unused of course---they just looked cool)
    Shawn Cassidy and Parker Stevenson in the Hardy Boys
    Gag me with a SPOON
    Big Shoulder Pads
  3. by   ScarlettRN
    I remember when MTV debuted. "Video Killed the Radio Star".
    Before that, it was all about SNL. The original cast was awesome! I had posters of Shaun Cassidy, David Cassidy, Leif Garrett, Dirk Benedict (remember him from Starship Galactica?)
    I remember drooling over David Lee Roth in 1984. And John Cougar before he was Mellencamp. My first car was an AMC Gremlin with an 8-track, but I wanted one with a cassette player, cause they were the new rage.
    I learned my 3-sies from Schoolhouse Rock! 3,6,9---12, 15, 18! See! I still remember them! LOL
  4. by   ScarlettRN
    Oh, and "And But and Or will get you pretty far. Conjunction junction, what's your function"

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