Kids From the 1970s Had Some Adorable Ideas for the Year 1999

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Did you ever imagine what the future would be like when you were a kid? We all did. Some of us were obsessed with jetpacks and robots, while others dreamed of videophones and space travel. It was “all of the above” for two kids in Reynoldsville in the US state of Pennsylvania, who imagined what the futuristic world of 1999 would look like in 1975.

The February 14, 1975 edition of the Courier-Express newspaper in Dubois, Pennsylvania included a story by two boys, Rob Guthrie and Bob Mulhollan. The two men, Rob and Bob, would be 56 years old if they’re still alive. And their predictions are pretty damn cute.

Spelling errors, including “socker” when I’d guess they mean “soccer,”

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