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Old 12-01-2019, 10:14 PM
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In my case, they were printing the transactions in my bankbook. Remember bankbooks?
I still have a couple old ones I hung on to!
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Old 12-02-2019, 12:05 AM
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Minflick - There was a time when it was typical for mail to be addressed to "Mr. and Mrs. Man'sName" ....
Evidently one term for that is "male-identified". Used as an insult in the feminist community, as I found out when my GF's roommate was mad at her.
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Old 12-04-2019, 05:37 AM
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Hold up hands, who here remembers when the debit cards first came in? I remember there were no actual ATMs, they ran a credit card slip at the customer service desk of a grocery and then they handed the money over =)
I remember back in the 1960's everything was on paper in triplicate with carbon paper. parents had a Sears CC and all of the registers were eletro-mechanical no internet or network and I believe all of the transactions had to be entered and "uploaded" by hand every day. NO instant access to anything.

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In my case, they were printing the transactions in my bankbook. Remember bankbooks?
yes I do remember the printed passbook. that stayed around til the early 1980's when networks got better and faster. Then remote ATMs became a thing
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