Submitted by Name: swat sullivan From: binghamton ny E-mail: Contact
Comments: "Can you dig it?" "Up your nose, with a rubber hose!"
Admin reply: I recall those phrases. Thanks Swat for visiting and sharing.
Added: March 20, 2016
Submitted by Name: Janet From: Alabama E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi! Accidentally discovered your web site & I'm very glad! Thanks for the memories! Trying to find out little information-- Do you know anything about a black plastic Ideal Toy Telephone? I think it was from the 1950s or 1960s- just not sure. Thanks! Janet
Admin reply: Thank you for finding us Janet. Here is a link to an image of the phone perhaps you are inquiring about: https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=plastic+ideal+toy+phone+from+the+1950s &view=detailv2&&id=528B89FD9152CE13517EAEB6E78742DE39C11867& selectedIndex=0&ccid=MkEKq9xA&simid=608018824305312145&thid=OI P.M32410aabdc40a81f65c889b29e0bca0ao0&ajaxhist=0
Added: March 18, 2016
Submitted by Name: mark From: grosse pointe E-mail: Contact
Comments: I loved all the different musical changes growing up. Sinatra, Elvis, motown, Dion Beatles, Folk folkrock, rock & roll. Never been the same. I argued that Paul Simon was a better guitarist than Eric Clapton-then I heard Clapton!
Admin reply: Thanks for sharing your memories Mark.
Added: March 13, 2016
Submitted by Name: Brian Clark From: NASSAU, BAHAMAS E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hey I remember CHICKEN MAN, He s everywhere, he s everywhere. Use to hear it on a radio station out of South Fla. We use to hear it here in the Bahamas. Looked forward to hearing CHICKEN MAN and enjoyed the his adventures. Brian Clark, BAHAMAS.
Admin reply: Thanks for stopping by Brian.
Added: March 11, 2016
Submitted by Name: Linda From: North carolina E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hoping someone can answer a question for me. I remember a regular on AB named "Louie". I think he was Latino and he had usually danced with a beautiful girl who I think I saw on a couple of episodes of Happy Days". They were terrific dancers and such a cute couple (if they were a couple). I will be 66 this year and I think the 60's were the good old days (except for the war). I also still love the music from that time!
Admin reply: Thank you Linda for stopping by. I do remember Louie but I don't know for sure if they were a couple for that they appeared on "Happy Days."
Added: March 7, 2016
Submitted by Name: Kat From: Bucks County E-mail: Contact
Comments: thank you for this site, it is great!
Admin reply: You are welcome Kat. Glad to hear you enjoy it.
Added: March 7, 2016
Submitted by Name: Doris Sosa From: Brooklyn, Ny E-mail: Contact
Comments: Oh yes, I remember all the items listed..Those surely were the days...
Admin reply: Thank you for visiting Doris.
Added: March 2, 2016
Submitted by Name: Kimberly Graeber From: Indianapolis IN E-mail: Contact
Comments: I feel I have to make a correction to #102 - Pedal Pushers stop just below the knee, capris are calf high and clam diggers stop right above the ankle bone. I wore pedal pushers. The website is out of sight. Gotta split.
Admin reply: You are correct Kimberly. Thank you so much for the correction and for visiting the site.
Added: March 2, 2016
Submitted by Name: Devin DeChant From: Jefferson City, MO E-mail: Contact
Comments: I love this generation and era of time. I was born in '97 and i look back at what America used to be and i have to say that the 60's was the golden era of the U.S. I am ashamed that what we have now is nowhere near as magical as what we once did. Hopefully one day this generation will stand up for what we believe in just like the ones before us did and we will see the greatness that we could be. Thank you to the creator of this website, I really love it.
Admin reply: You are welcome Devin and thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
Added: February 29, 2016
Submitted by Name: Nick Shepherd From: Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: I was a teenager in the 1960's and lucky enough to have spent about 3 years working for Top Rank at their Suites as well as at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London when it was being built. Wish we had more history available on the net!
Admin reply: Thank you for dropping in and sharing with us Nick.