In your opinion, seventies music is _____ than todays music.
Speaking of music, did you have the opportunity to attend any of the major music festivals such as Woodstock or Altamonte?
I wasn't around back them but if I had been, I would've gone
Rate you childhood on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being "it was the best time of my life".
What color is your car?
Blue or white
Black or red
Green or yellow
A different color or I don't own a car
Rate the fun of a disco on a scale of 1-5 with 5 being "best time ever"!
Did you roller skate?
Yes, and I still do
Did you vote for Nixon?
Are you a feminist?
Pick a TV show that you wouldn't mind watching again.
All of these
None of these
Do you still believe that world peace is achievable?
To you the seventies were a time of youthful abandon. Time that you spent dancing in the disco wearing bellbottom pants and platform shoes. A time when you felt 100% alive. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.
You See The Seventies As A Time That You Were 100% Alive!
You remember the seventies as a time when kids actually played outside. They came home at dark and didn't even have to wear seatbelts in the car. You will always look back fondly at a time that parenting was easier. Let us know in the comments section below.
Parenting Was Easier
You had a flicked-out hair-do done with curling-tongs and without today's gel or mousse. You could wear sequins, platforms, and as much eye make-up as you desired. You look back on the seventies with nostalgia as a time when fashion was flawless.How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.
Fashion Was Flawless
When you remember the seventies, it is in hues of orange and brown. Everything was warm and comfortable and probably made of polyester. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.
You Remember Autumnal Hues
The 1970's were a time of groundbreaking time in television history. As social climates changed there was a decline in the more wholesome programming audiences were accustomed to. This led to a new generation of shows focused on issues of the day such as race, equality and politics. Series like The Mary Tyler More Show, All In The Family and M*A*S*H earned high ratings with their ability to connect with viewers. The 70's had an abundance of excellently written sitcoms like Laverne & Shirley and The Bob Newhart Show and dramas like The Waltons and Marcus Welby M.D. Variety shows such as The Carol Burnett Show and The Sonny and Cher Show became popular among TV viewers during the latter part of the decade. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.
You Remember 70's Television
You are remembering the past with rose-colored glasses. Click here to see how hindsight has affected how you see the 1970's world.