Here’s how old I am:
I remember when Banana Republic sold nothing but faux-safari clothing.
In college, my boyfriend was a computer science major, and I witnessed a rudimentary form of instant messaging between him and another student, someone not even in the room. I thought it was some kind of black magic.
I grew up believing that Charles Nelson Reilly and Paul Lynde were skirt-chasing bachelors.
My first job out of college? I used a manual typewriter. Which may be why I quit after one and a half days.
The television I had growing up was made out of rock, and it was powered by a pterosaur.