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Origianlly from Vernonia, OR near Portland. 60's music is essentially the sountrack of my life. Love it!

Admin reply: Amen to that.

Carl


Added: October 14, 2011
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Served in Vietnam 1970-1971.

Admin reply: Thank you for your service Raymond and welcome home brother!

:!beer:

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Added: October 14, 2011
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Drop a dime- yes it is to use the pay phone, but it also was in reference when some one was calling the police to inform them of somebody who did something wrong. "Frankie, dropped a dime on me". " If I find out who dropped a dime on me, they'll be sorry"

Admin reply: I remember that phrase well, Tony. Thank you for sharing.

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Added: October 13, 2011
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Loved your site. I remember if a kid in the neighbhood had chickenpox the moms brought all the kids there so we could all get it over with at the sametime. And with my family if you got a note from the teacher they were always in the right because you might not have done it this time but you probably had before and didn't get caught!. :D

Admin reply: Thank you Marie for sharing your memories and for stopping by.

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Added: October 12, 2011
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Thank you for a great website. It brings back so many memories of the tv shows we loved,the music, the friends we had and especially family. :o

Admin reply: You are welcome Mary and thank you for stopping by.

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Added: October 12, 2011
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I was born in 1960 and I even I can remember most of these commercials. Love them and would love to see more of them. Do you have any from 1965-1970? That would be so cool also! Thanks for sharing and bringing back memories.

I even used to love watching Mr. Wiffle on the
"Don't Squeeze The Charmin!" commercials.
Lol Funny stuff! :!cool:

Admin reply: Thank you Cindi for stopping by and sharing your memories. I collect those type of things and I may have more but not for sure.

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Added: October 11, 2011
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I remember high school dances after the Friday night football and basketball games... birthday parties in the basement with record player music and dancing; no booze that I remember. Black telephones with a cord that went into the wall and worked somehow. Most friends didn't have their own car, but walked or rode the bus to school. Plaid skirts, bobby socks, and saddle oxford shoes. Watching The American Bandstand after school and falling in love with the Rock n Roll singing stars.

Vietnam was a first war we watched on the evening TV news, not understanding why some burned the American flag, and yet feeling the conflict of others going to Canada to avoid the draft. Sending "care packages" to family members in the armed services, and holding our breath when the Marines rang the doorbell of my cousin's home.
I loved the 60's and would like to go back and do some of it again!! ;)

Admin reply: A great memory of the sixties Maurene. So much great times and of course dampened by the tragedy of the loss of many young men who were my comrades in a very unpopular war. Thank you for sharing your memories and thoughts with us.

Carl


Added: October 9, 2011
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great ideas for a 60's themed party!!! haha defiantly using this!!!! thanks!

Admin reply: Have fun at your party Alexis!

Carl


Added: October 8, 2011
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My husband and I are celebrating our 45th wedding anniversary today and was searching the web to find music to play and found your wonderful site. Thanks for the memories. :!cool:

Admin reply: Happy Anniversary Jacklyn.

Carl


Added: October 8, 2011
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Hi
My husband and I were recently on parts of Hwy 66. We were in New Mexico, Arizona and ended up at Santa Monica pier. Thanks for keeping memories alive.

Admin reply: Great memories of the Mother Road. Not much remain of the Nation's Main Street.

Carl


Added: October 7, 2011
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