1. Hartsfield Airport Trains' Cylon Voice
2. There's only one address on Buford Highway that meant anything to any of us.
3. This man was second only to God in your heart
4. If you needed cheap furniture you knew who to ask for
5. You may not have known what a chiropractor was, but you knew that Dr. Harry W. Brown of the Brown Arrowhead Clinic could fix your parents' whiplash.
6. All locations along US 41 were reckoned in distance north or south of this landmark.
7. Every single field trip you ever went on inside the Perimeter involved eating lunch here. All.Of.Them.
8. You knew all of the sitcoms and westerns your parents watched as kids thanks to this man.
9. Driving past here when you weren't going there was pure torture.
10. You knew that some day, far in the future, once you decided to get married, you had a friend in the diamond business.
11. Tom Stimus & Dusty Rhodes were the absolute best place to buy a custom van. Dusty Rhodes would tell you no lies as he slapped those van hoods.
12. The 96 Rock Friday Five o'Clock Whistle was the official start of the weekend!
13. Bruce Erion and the 11Alive Skycam helicopter visiting your school = The Best Day Ever!
14. You also knew every word to the "Hello Atlanta, Hello Geogia" song and maybe still do if you watch the video.
15. You would clean your room, brush your teeth, eat your veggies, and be nice to everyone just to go to Rich's downtown before Christmas and ride this.
16. You couldn't wait until the next time you saw Audra Lee on Kids' Beat!
17. You took comfort in knowing that if you needed legal advice because you had been injured in any kind of accident, Gilbert and Montlick had your back.
18. Staying up late on Saturday night to watch The Atlanta Rock Review with Craig Ashwood while listening to the simulcast in stereo on 94-Q FM was so high tech you could hardly believe such things were possible.
19. Even though you maybe didn't really understand what was happening up in Forsyth County, you knew that this man always did his best to make sure everyone he could help got a good Thanksgiving dinner!
20. Your family survived SnowJam 1982!
21. "Get me a Coke" could mean any of these! (and still does to most of us).
22. When Wayne Williams was convicted, your mom would finally let you play outside again!
23. You feel that the Laser Light Show at Stone Mountain reached it's apogee in 1984 when they synched it to Madonna, Pink Floyd, and the Footloose soundtrack.
So, while the 1980's may be long gone from the here and now, our memories and the internet can scratch that nostalgia itch when it needs scratching. Thanks, y'all.