It takes a Boomer to remember if these things happened in the '60s or '70s

So much of… well, everything changed in the 1960s and 1970s. Pop culture, politics, food and fashion were constantly evolving. It was a fascinating time to be alive!

But can you remember when certain things happened? We're going to make it easy on you. All you have to do is place the following events into the correct decade. 

Did they happen in the Sixties or Seventies? Good luck!
  1. The Postal Service introduces five-digit ZIP Codes.
  2. The first video cassette recorder is available for consumers.
  3. The Brady Bunch premiered on television.
  4. Diet Pepsi is first sold in stores.
    Image: Pepsi
  5. Iron Eyes Cody sheds tears in a public service announcement for Keep America Beautiful.
  6. Cher divorces Sonny Bono.
    Image: AP Photo
  7. For the first time, stamps cost a dime, as the letter postage rate is hiked from .08 cents to .10 cents.
  8. Led Zeppelin drops its debut album.
    Image: Atlantic Records
  9. 2001: A Space Odyssey is released in theaters.
    Image: MGM
  10. The first ever UPC barcode is scanned in a grocery store in Ohio — on a pack of Juicy Fruit gum.
  11. The Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers join the NFL.
  12. For the first time, all three broadcast networks finally air a primetime schedule in full color.
  13. McDonald's debuts its Big Mac
    Image: McDonald's
  14. Ford debuts its small car called the Pinto.
    Image: Ford

It takes a Boomer to remember if these things happened in the '60s or '70s

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Rickey 33 months ago
You got 12 out of 14
You sure know your cultural history! We're guessing you're old enough to have lived through all this. Or maybe you're just super smart about history!
Wiseguy 39 months ago
#7: I remember that Jim Rockford on The Rockford Files (1975) once mentioned you could mail a letter for a dime. Ethel Mertz remarked that a stamp was three cents in a Connecticut episode (1957).
Lacey 40 months ago
Wow, and I am not even that old.
10/14 and I AM that old!!
jholton30062 40 months ago
11/14, and yes, 1956 was right in the middle of the Baby Boom.
MrBill 40 months ago
9/14; I was born in 1964 so I do not think I did too bad on this quiz.
nerakr 40 months ago
11/14. I was born one year after the boom.
Lucyneenah19701 40 months ago
11 out of 14. But I'm not a boomer. I'm 48.
AllisonWunderland 40 months ago
The Chevy Camaro was the top of the line back in the day....ooooweeee! How I remember those good ole days!!!
Barry22 40 months ago
12/14, Iron Eyes Cody and Diet Pepsi did me in.
Is anyone, aside from me, aware of the fact, that the "actor" that portrayed Iron Eyes Cody, did not have one drop of Native American blood in him? He was 100% Italian!
cperrynaples 40 months ago
14/14! 10 in a row and yes I'm an old guy! On Question 2, the first widely available VCR was actually the Sony Betamax in 1975, the ones you mention were prototypes, one of which was used by LBJ to record the network news!!
Barry22 cperrynaples 40 months ago
In 1975 my English teacher in high school had one and brought it in to show us (for some odd reason) 'Fiddler on the Roof' that he had taped.
cperrynaples Barry22 40 months ago
Yep, I remember watching "Brian's Song" that way. At least I only had to watch for an hour and a half, your movie was twice as long!
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richardkel 40 months ago
12/14. Born in 1969, So I remember most of these events.
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