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The Puzzle Puzzle
Memories are a strange thing for us humans. We might remember to this day exactly what nasty graffiti was written on the third bathroom stall in grade school, yet not be able to recall whether we had just taken our … Continue reading
Posted in Flashbacks Tagged 70s, 80s, kids, memories, mystery, nostalgia, pattern, pieces, puzzle, tray puzzles, western publishing company, whitman 16 Comments
That 70’s Post
When we were young and foolish, we lived life completely oblivious to the fact that we would one day look back on those times as the good old days. It didn’t matter how totally lame and ridiculous the pop culture … Continue reading
Posted in TV Commercials Tagged 1970s, 70s, advertising, commercial, compilation album, music, nostalgia, preservation, retro, society, tv 34 Comments
“The Twilight Zone” is one of my favorite classic shows of all time. 156 episodes in the anthology series aired during its five season run on CBS from 1959 to 1964. I’ve seen almost every one of them… many more … Continue reading
Posted in Squirrel Droppings Tagged fable, heaven, hell, immortality, karma, kids, lesson, moral, nostalgia, rod serling, tv, twilight zone 24 Comments
Happy Days Are Here Again!
Last week in a conversation we were having in the comments section of one of her posts, Merby quoted the opening line to the classic Tennessee Ernie Ford song “Sixteen Tons”. I was able to respond with the second line, … Continue reading
Posted in TV Commercials Tagged 50s, 80s, advertising, commercial, compilation album, heartland music, memories, mr sandman, nostalgia, records, retro, sixteen tons, unforgettable fifties 33 Comments