terça-feira, 17 de novembro de 2009

1974 - By Stephen King

In 1974 Gerald Ford was President and the Shah was still running the show in Iran.
John Lennon was alive, and so was Elvis Presley.
Donny Osmond (não lembro direito quem era e tô com preguiça de googar ou wikipediar) was singing with his brothers and sisters in a high, piping voice.
Home video cassette recorders had been invented but could be purchased in only a few test markets. Insiders predicted that when they became widely available, Sony's Beta-format machines would quickly stomp the rival format, known as VHS, into the ground.
The had once rented popular novels at lending libraries was still over the horizon.
Gasoline prices had risen to unthinkable highs: forty-eight cents a gallon for regular, fifty-five cents for unleaded.

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