More 1950's Memories (If you're interested)

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I enjoyed that. Oh no, I really am an old fart !

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Brought back a lot of memories.

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Oh My Goodness. Bosco, three-on-the-tree, Green Stamps, ANNETTE! Thanks for the trip down memory lane, now I feel really old :o

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Love it, not quite that old but getting there and i do listen to that music all the time so i guess you could say i too am an old fart

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Wow! What a great video flashback to better days.

A bit before my time, but very cool. I love the cars and the music. Wish I had been about 17 or 18 back in the fifties, it seems like a great time to have been young and carefree. My teenage years came about 20 years later, but I would love to have been there.

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Rich ya know im not an old fart just yet... that was awesome ..

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Yeah, but you're getting there Tom... LOL.

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A little before my time, but love the music and some of the TV shows/movies (Little Rascals, Andy Hardy, etc)...

a couple of bits seemed out of place, like the Grand National on the dragstrip...still, was quite enjoyable to watch! Thanks!

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That was great. Loved the music. It was a much simpler time. And yes I can fart dust.

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Did anyone else catch the drift from the American Graffiti race scene where in the movie the '55 Chevy crashes and burns (which they didn't show) to a shot through flames and then the Jiffy Pop Pop Corn?!?! If I hadn't just watched American Graffiti again the other night I think I may have missed the drift.

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Posted · Report post

Officially an old fart. Great stuff Richard.

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A little before my time but l really enjoyed it.....Thanks Rich...

Edited by slusher

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You got 4 out of 4. Average is 3.6 out of 4 (2874234 players).

You got 100% (48 right out of 48). The average score is 73%.

WOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

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You got 4 out of 4. Average is 3.6 out of 4 (2874234 players).

You got 100% (48 right out of 48). The average score is 73%.

WOOOOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

Um... what? :blink:

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Um... what? :blink:

UUUUUuuuuooooops!!!! got so excited I got 48 of 48 on the quiz that I posted the results on the wrong post......sorry...I'll go away now and hide...... :unsure:

Edited by Badluck 13

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Posted · Report post

Thanks, Rich. Good memories. But, it made me feel a little sad too for some reason. I miss it.

Don

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Thanks, Rich. Good memories. But, it made me feel a little sad too for some reason.

Don't feel bad. It's nostalgia. We all have it, no matter how old we are. It's just human nature to look back at the "good old days" (whenever those days might have been, depending on how old you are) and wish things were still the same now as they were then.

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Cool video. Those were good days long gone. I grew up in the 60's. Anybody remember watching the Bowery Boys and W. C. Fields? I heard that when Mae West signed her autograph she would put a couple of dots on the loops of the "W" to represent boobs. She was quite a gal.

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Oh yes, those were the days.

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