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    • But the brain tumors were free.
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    • $4000 for 2 pounds? and i’ve really been giving this 2 pound horse cock to bitches for free
      poopie 7 aug
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    • rumor has it that thing is still rocking its first charge and is only just at 73%
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    • The first call ever made on it was to another phone company bragging
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    • The 80’s called, they want there couch back
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    • Hey I have a Motorola now it's pretty good
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    • Don't worry. Give Apple another 4 years and they'll price their phones at $4,000 as well
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    • You missed the best part. The CEO used it's first call to taunt a rival phone company that was trying to make one first
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    • Zack Morris in saved by the bell had one of these, which brings up the question, how rich was that kids family?
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    • I was about to say 4,000 was a lot for that time then I thought of Apple phones m
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    • Free tumors
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    • My pops used to sell Higher end cars when I was young, and I remember when he broke the sales record, they awarded this man a car phone for his Jaguar. I felt like a millionaire. I remember calling a couple friends from the road. Crazy times.
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    • The first use of it was to call the competitor to brag about it
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    • My aunt had one and would threaten to beat my cousin and me with it when we got in trouble, lol
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    • It took like 13 hours to charge and offered 30 min of talk time
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    • Almost as big as your moms dildo
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    • What would that cost today??
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    • C-comically large phone
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    • The DynaTAC 8000x was the first commercially available cell phone, but cell phones were actually invented in 1973
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    • Also when it was invented the Motorola employee who did it used it to call a competitor company and told them to suck it.
      Ricter 7 aug
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    • $4,000 I bet it can't even run doom
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    • That’s $9,924.81 today.........
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    • My dad had one of those! He still likes to brag/complain about it when I mentioned something about my phone lol
      raeco 9 aug
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    • Adjusted for inflation thats about.. 10k?
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    • *1st comercially available cell phone.
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    • Why is my name green
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      MacauliflowerCulkin 7 aug
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    • InfoChecker yo whats $4,000 in 1984 worth now
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    • Anything is a dil.. oh, never mind...
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    • EDC self defense. Hook a lanyard to that shit and cave in a mugger's skull.
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    • Now you can get a iPhone 11 for $1000 dollars that has the quality of a brick
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    • It was 1983**
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    • Thought it was 1973
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    • Almost as big as the bad dragon dildo your average redditor sticks up his ass on a weeknight
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    • My dad had one of those.
      kidnikki 7 aug
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    • Read the book “Mobile Nation” about the dawn of the cell phone era. It is written by a venture capitalist who was involved in fund some of the first cell networks. Very interesting read... For example did you know that before they started auctioning them for money the FCC...
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    • Who...
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    • HOL UP HOL UP HOL UP ...did vro say 1984?! Nah fam I've read that book and I know where this is going.....MY ASS IN A HEAD TRAP FULL OF RATS BUTT NEKED! OHHHH LAAAAWWWWWD THE HUMANATEE!😩
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    • Another great American invention
      bam0217 7 aug
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    • anybody got any recommendations for netflix ?
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    • I had one that looked like that. I wish I didn't destroy it, might of been worth something later on.
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    • That’s not the brick it’s the Zack Morris
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    • That’s equivalent to nearly $10000 today...
      TJerry 7 aug
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    • That explains Apple's pricing... it's retro
      punnup 7 aug
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    • The first phone call he made was to a competitor
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    • This was a godsend for businessmen in the 80’s
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    • Why was it called 8000x
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    • And it was more reliable than any of the garbage we have today
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    • Zack Morris would pull that shit out of his back pocket right when the plot needed
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    • Fun fact...i was born 8 years later.
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    • Phones now might be more technologically advanced but are about the same price and weight. At least they will be.
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    • Damn. And I thought iPhones were bad
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    • And people complain about a thousand dollar phone that does everything
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    • Rudy has serious regrets
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    • My dad had one of these.
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    • 4k in 1984 is about 10k today 😨
      Hd_facts 10 aug
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    • Pretty sure a full spec MacBook Pro is around that price
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    • Getting a new phone tomorrow!!! Note 10 baby!!
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    • It’s got that long ass name like the aries cheytac m200 intervention
      Delta287 9 aug
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    • Now we have phone that weigh less than a pound a still cost that much
      mhillyer 9 aug
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    • 1984 really was a big year for everything
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    • My mom had one of these when I was a kid
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    • Why is it that I only picture coke dealers using this in the 80s?
      TR0GD0R 9 aug
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    • Probably didn't work very much because there were slim to none cell towers up and running back then
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    • And they say apples overpriced
      Zack9009 9 aug
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    • Although he was the designer of the very first Telephone he doesn't seem to have his own legit wikipedia page and yet cartoon character do, I find that odd.
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    • The Zach morris special
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    • My dad had one
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    • Wait why am I green?
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    • These kids don't know what their talking about. It's called "The Zack Morris Phone".
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    • It also had a battery life of 10 minutes and took 8 hours to charge
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    • I have one in its original box, all parts still there, still works, and still have the original manual.
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    • Oof
      CD_Bruh 9 aug
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    • This might just be me, but I prefer a thicker, heavier phone with durable materials instead of luxurious materials. What's the point of having a luxurious phone if I'm just going to put it in a handheld A.P.C.? Just give me a smartphone version of the Nokia 3310.
      rwplm 9 aug
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    • Remember that song “Car Phone”?
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    • Motorola phones have never failed me
      CruZo 8 aug
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    • My grandma had a car phone.. she thought she was so fancy and important s
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    • This makes me think about what vr is gonna be like in the future
      Malfetes 8 aug
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    • $4,000.00. Wow
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    • I had that phone - the bill was just as outrageous
      SandyPit 8 aug
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    • That’s abt 10 grand in todays money
      The_Wig 8 aug
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    • Motorola gang where you at
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    • I was 2 months old 😂😂
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    • Yes.
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    • Bet that mother fucker wouldn't break though.
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    • I actually had one of those and the battery would last for about an hour and that's it. I also had the bag phone. Got to love analog technology
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    • I thought it was called "The Brick" because it tasted like bricks
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    • hope vr headsets become cheaper and better like cellphones
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    • My mom still has hers lol
      bexxg24 8 aug
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    • I have one
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    • who decided to name it that??
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    • Brah that’s the Zach Morris phone and you will never convince me otherwise
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    • The first cell phone available to the public that is, if I remember correctly I read about a cell phone prototype in the 1940s but it’s been a few years since I looked into it
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    • I have a current day motorola
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    • I need a knew phone i want to start a YouTube channel with my phone what is the best phone g
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    • My boy Zack from SBTB was rolling thick?
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    • Strong-arm
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