I was undertaking the unusual task of sorting out the hoards of crap I keep stuffed in my cupboards this week and came across a CD of War of the Worlds that I had forgotten about. My son asked what it was and I duly went into reminisent mode explaining to him how my father used to play his double LP of this on Saturdays when we were all on block duties cleaning our rooms etc. In my sentimental excitement I offered to play it for him and he agreed. Now I cannot get it off the fucking CD player. As I type, he is in the downstairs bathroom having a soak with disc 1 on full and totally loving it. (I'm not though, because the CD player is in the kitchen and that's where I am sat!! - ULLA! Fuck off!) However, it's made me think about how old school things get passed on down the "ages" and I am impressed at the impact those things can still have on a new generation, who would otherwise remain blissfully unaware of it's existence. Anyone else passing shit onto their kids that would otherwise be relegated into history? If so, what?