Correct title should be, "Old people's memories (yours)." Please post any recollections you'd like that will indicate your advancing age. I remember when TV did not have digital super-clarity. Even the strongest broadcasts on VHF had just a hint of blur and the colors, as I recall, were either slightly muted or off (the set needed adjusting). UHF, where I lived near Chicago, was always lesser powered and accompanied by a slight degree of snow that for the longest time I assumed was supposed to be there. I'd love to see how young folks today would react to seeing the quality of broadcast TV circa 1975. Also remember the first time I really saw color TV, because it was in my early teens. We'd had a big color floor model in the early '70s but it fried before we moved to southern Illinois when I was 10. Money was tight for awhile so we had a tiny black and white portable but a few years later, around 1982, Dad got a 15 or so inch color set from Western Auto. The first thing I got to see was the colored brilliance of storm radar, and was stunned. Most beautiful thing I'd ever seen, I couldn't quit staring at it. VHS was also fuzzy but wonderful when you had never heard of a DVD. I didn't make the switch until around 2002, I think. Tape hiss...took it for granted, and vinyl dust cracks/pops. Yes, I'm feeling old. Somebody join me.