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Oh! I so loved that as a kid! I think I still have that album somewhere.


Oh man, I love old Bill Cosby - send me back in time. Funny how I listened to it and it is still funny to me. Nostalgia? Maybe....


I have that album, but I don't need to hear it again to quote that sketch. I've been quoting from it for years. "What's a cubit?"

I'm very impressed somebody put it to pictures, though. Thanks for finding it.


I love old Bill Cosby material. Sometimes I comb through used record stores to see if I can find his records. Then I send them to my Dad to get him to get him to put them on cassette for me.


Goodness - We used to have that album too - My other fav was "Little Tiny Hairs" - he was (is) a comedic genius of the times.

Thanks for the memories! :-)



Do you remember when you drug choices were between pot and acid, not a statin or an ACE inhibitor?



Do you remember when you drug choices were between pot and acid, not a statin or an ACE inhibitor?

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