Remember records? 8-tracks? Cassettes? Good heavens, even CDs are obsolete. The iPod killed ’em all.
It changed the way we listened to music. It changed the way we bought music. iMazing.
Rubie Vine died two weeks ago in Florida. For those of you not of a certain age who didn’t grow up in Connecticut or Western Massachusetts, Rubie owned “Railroad Salvage.” Actually, it’s not that he owned the stores, it’s that he did his own commercials, and he had a wife he called “Choo-Choo.” (Not in this commercial, unfortunately.) I think their marriage eventually derailed, but they are not to be forgotten.
And today is the 25th anniversary of game 6 of the 1986 World Series. The less said, the better.