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The Nostalgia Thread

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I still have one of my transistor radios. I tried it a few years ago but it didn't work.

 

Overall, PACMAN, slingshot and a couple of other things I recognized. The other stuff I do not even know what they are.

 

I guess I am soooooo 20th Century.

 

A transistor radio is a must-have to survive a zombie apocalypse.

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We have a transistor radio that we picked up in an antique store. It works fine except there is a loose connection in the battery compartment. I can easily fix it, but haven't yet.

My little brother had some blocks that consisted of knuckly knobs, beams, and panels. They were blue and grey plastic, and awesome fun. Does anyone know what I'm talking about and what they were called? I'd like to find a set to play with....I mean for my kids, of course.

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The best. kids show. evaaaaaaaaaaa

 

"Madreseye Moosh ha" (Mouse School)

 

 

 

To this day, I can't even talk to my sister without at least one mouse school reference to come up. You all should feel very bad about yourselves for not having this show.

 

 

 

My favorite revolution nasheed:

 

 

I will translate the lyrics for yous guys soon inshAllah.

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum.

Please explain the rules of the game Pattu Garam. What does the name mean?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittu_GaramGaram

Pittu Garam (Seven Stones) is a traditional South Asian game played between two teams. The game requires a tennis ball and set of seven stones which can be stacked up to form a small tower. The aim of the game is to be able to break the tower and then rebuild it before getting hit by one of the opponent.

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We have a transistor radio that we picked up in an antique store. It works fine except there is a loose connection in the battery compartment. I can easily fix it, but haven't yet.

My little brother had some blocks that consisted of knuckly knobs, beams, and panels. They were blue and grey plastic, and awesome fun. Does anyone know what I'm talking about and what they were called? I'd like to find a set to play with....I mean for my kids, of course.

 

Are the "beams" shaped like steel beams (which have trapezoidal ends) and steel posts (round on one end, square on the other) ?

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I was just wondering if anyone else played pithu garam :D

 

Here it is called haft (seven) sang(stones):

 

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Some international and national ones: 

 

Drink it cold:

 

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Water pistol (Tofang ab pash!):

 

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Ikkyu San:

 

 

Oghabe Asia:

 

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My nostalgia:

 

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Are the "beams" shaped like steel beams (which have trapezoidal ends) and steel posts (round on one end, square on the other) ?

I would describe the beams as "U-beams" and the connectors are hollow cubes with a knob on each side for snapping on the beams. I think they might have been called construx or something like that. Checking Google images......

Yeah, these: http://construxion.tripod.com/

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Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum Sister.

Thank you sister starlight for the explanation. I found this video explaining it in detail. Looks like a lot of fun.

Watch "Naagolchuu!" on YouTube

https://youtu.be/0y2BI16NbWE

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pittu_GaramGaram

Pittu Garam (Seven Stones) is a traditional South Asian game played between two teams. The game requires a tennis ball and set of seven stones which can be stacked up to form a small tower. The aim of the game is to be able to break the tower and then rebuild it before getting hit by one of the opponent.

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