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One for you old timer, Like me!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by DaleM, Nov 19, 2004.

  1. DaleM

    DaleM Original OGF Staff Member

  2. Lewis

    Lewis ORIGINAL TEAM OGF

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    Man,I must be an old timer like you Dale. :D
    I remember every one of them!
    Thanks!
     

  3. I don't remember any of that. Does that mean I'm really young?
     
  4. DaleM

    DaleM Original OGF Staff Member

    I see your birthday is 1982 so you most likely don't remember those. Sine I'm "A few years older" I remember them all and did all of them! The newest one on that list is most likely 30 years old.
     
  5. 122 years old........I'd be lucky to remember to breath. :D
     

  6. And he is older than me so WOW how old is he? :eek: ;) Just messing with you Dale I know you meant 1982.
     
  7. catking

    catking Banned

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    I remember almost all of them also :eek: We had a milk man , in fact have a metal milk carton now on the front step for decoration. Some of that really brought back the good memories. I wonder how many Mickey Mantel , Willy Mays or Pete Rose BB cards I destroyed with bike spokes :eek: .... Cooties from the girls........ :D .Yep !!! Waxed bottles of syrup........ Simpler times indeed.... No worrys......... CATKING :)
     
  8. mrfishohio

    mrfishohio Recovering Fishaholic

    Don't forget lead paint & lead toothpaste tubes !!
    Most of them I knew, I definitely knew about the ones I didn't experiance. That '57 Chevy is a '56 or '55 in the gif..........
    A quarter wasn't much of an allowance, I think I got more, but maybe 35 cents or 75 cents. I know I delivered a 52 paper paper route in 2 runs in 1964-1966 for about $10 wk...... :eek:
     
  9. Lundy

    Lundy Staff Member

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    Not only do I remember Milkmen, I was was one for 14 long months.

    Kim
     
  10. I remember them all. My dad was a milkman that delivered door to door. My first bike was a Western Flyer. Pepsi Cola was a nickel a bottle. There were mom and pop grocery stores all over North Hill. Easy times they were. Wow, I didn't realize how old I am. Time has been good to me. I still fish and hunt and try to think that I will still like wimmen when I am 80.
     
  11. I don't remember none of them but,.....then again I don't remember too much anymore. :p By the way ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, :confused: heck, I forgot what I was going to ask. :eek: :D
     
  12. fffffish

    fffffish Muskie 1 Trolling Thunder

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    Man am I getting old I remember them all Plus gas was only .28 cents a gallon when I started driving.
     
  13. What happened? It almost depresses me to read it and remember how it use to be. Oh well... I guess it is the price of progress ( & greed).
     
  14. Fish4Fun

    Fish4Fun Relaxing.

    I remeber some of those but not all, but iam not as old as dirt yet. good link dale.
     
  15. Don't worry. You will get there without even trying. :p ;) :D
     
  16. The Things I Got To Look Foward Too! :d
     
  17. fffffish

    fffffish Muskie 1 Trolling Thunder

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    Some day the kids on this board will be saying. I remember when there was gasoline and it was only $2.00 a gallon. :rolleyes:
     
  18. While I was growing up my parents would always say " I remember when all this was cornfield." Well I'm only 22 and I can say that about so much of the area around me. It's sad that we have to take down all these trees, and corn fields. I guess it's just a sign of getting older.
     
  19. JBJ

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    Life is a blur so things like this force us to remember the good times. I can remember many of those things but then, I the 70s are kind of fuzzy.