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Your site is psychedelic! I'm still lovin the flower child days. Going to concerts in my 55 chevy with a 'three on the tree' shifter and 'suicide * * *' on the steering wheel. Always had fun dragging state street meeting new people. Don't get me started on the music!

Admin reply: Thank you for diggin' us Chris.

Carl


Added: September 13, 2014
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OUTSTANDING!!!!!!!!

Admin reply: Glad you enjoyed it Cliff.

Carl


Added: September 11, 2014
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Great stuff!! I am the emcee and music “director” for our 50th class reunion ( 1964) and I am so glad I found your site.

I am gonna’ use some of your stuff to tweek some brain cells when we gather, if that’s ok.

Keep up the good work, and especially the “where are they now.."

Admin reply: Have fun Dan at your 50th reunion. Please tell your classmates about The 60s Official Site.

Carl


Added: September 11, 2014
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Grew up in a Buick Special 1955 two-door. Burgundy red, cream white top. Whitewalled tyres. I could not find a proper model, so I have slaugtered the most similar I found and rebuilt it right. 1:24 .
Cars of the sixties WERE more varied and interesting, but when that is said, European cars were even more so. More experimental in their technical inventions also. Partly a reason many of their brands out- sold American ones later.

Good luck with your site. I'll be watching you.
Yours Paul
(who had a Fiat 600, Saab 96 two-stroke, several Saab 9000s, VW Charan, now a Morgan 4/4 4-seater.)

Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by Paul. Only automobiles I had back then was a 1955 Dodge and a 1957 Chevy but they were the world to me.

Carl


Added: September 11, 2014
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Love the site! I'm a big fan of 1960s and early 1970s TV. If you update your list, you should include Ed McBain's 87th Precinct with Robert Lansing, Norman Fell, and a very attractive Gena Rowlands. A wonderful series, which unfortunately was up against The Danny Thomas Show and The Andy Griffith Show. Only three channels...

Admin reply: I vaguely remember the series. It only lasted one season and was based on the series of stories by Ed McBain. Thank you for sharing Don.

Carl


Added: September 10, 2014
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Thanks for the memories.
But I miss the mention of Hawaii Five-O.
It should be definitely added to the list in my opinion.
Thanks again. :!clap:

Admin reply: You are right Hawaii 5-0 should be there and will be included at a later date. The site is an ongoing site and is updated weekly. Thank you for your input Joe.

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Added: September 10, 2014
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Hi Carl,

Thanks again for answering my two question, it is a shame that you and other Vietnam Vets were not treated better upon your arrival back home here in the US from your tour of duty of Southeast Asia.

I having been born in 1959 saw the world around me through the eyes of a very young child I was told by my mom that I look at everything back then with great awe! weather it was manmade or one of Gods creation, so truely the one thing I miss most about the 60s is seeing the world around me through the eyes of a young child where the newness of things hasn't worn off yet.

Drew :!time:

Admin reply: Thanks for sharing your memories Drew.

Carl


Added: September 8, 2014
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"Junk in the Trunk" Means a big * * *.

Admin reply: Thanks Richard but I have never head of that one.

Carl


Added: September 7, 2014
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For me the 60's was the best time of my life. Thanks for all the time you take giving us our memories. :!music: :!sun:

Admin reply: You are welcome Carolyn and thank you for joining The 60s Official Group on Facebook.

Carl


Added: September 4, 2014
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Hi Carl,

For some time now I've been reading through your guest book, some of the entries brought a warm smile to my face while other brought tears to my eyes,

I have two question I like to ask you, beside the family you where raised in "what is the one thing you miss most about the 60s and why?" second " what is the one thing you do not miss about the 60s and why?" Thanks Carl,

Drew :!time:

Admin reply: Really difficult to answer those questions Drew but I have had some time to think about it. The sixties was a more simpler time. What I miss most about the 60s was growing up with the friends we had back then. I don't believe in any other time in my life and probably most folks' life do we have any closer friends then when we were at that young age. But those friendships slowly evaporate as we age and go our own ways, start families and careers. We do develop new relationships throughout our lives but they just don't compare. I have remained friends throughout the years with my best friend Ron. We get together still today talk about those days with laughter and fondness.

We live in a country with free speech which I understand and defended while serving my country but what I don't miss or didn't care for was the treatment many of us Vietnam Vets received upon our return from Southeast Asia. I was spat upon in the Columbus Ohio airport upon my return by a hippie chick and I still see her vividly today. I am sure she did not understand we were called upon to do a job without much choice. That incident was that the hardest for me to accept growing up in the sixties.

Carl


Added: September 3, 2014
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