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Wish the 60's still around. I was born a "berger baby" in '68. Its still famous for Pumpkin Show. Cruising through Court streets and although there's no more skating rinks since Circle D burned down. I love this quaint little big town and yet I moved away but the memories of my times living there will always be near my heart.

Admin reply: Thank you Lori for your comments. Yes Circleville is still the same but not quite as we remember when we were so much younger. Everything changes over time.

Carl


Added: March 29, 2014
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Love this site :D :!clap:

Admin reply: Thank you Delores.

Carl


Added: March 29, 2014
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How does one contact the person behind the website? I can't find any email/contact link.

Admin reply: Hello Norm the email address is throughout the website.

Carl


Added: March 27, 2014
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I'm glad I found this site! It's a great place to visit and remember those great times of the '60's. I smile when I read about Armed Forces Radio Network and being "short". What a fabulous time to be born in!

Admin reply: Thanks for your comments Joe and for visiting us.

Carl


Added: March 27, 2014
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Getting ready to celebrate our 50th Class Reunion! Appreciate the tidbits I have collected from this site, some to be included in our booklet. Thanks.

Admin reply: You are welcome Ellen.

Carl


Added: March 25, 2014
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I Would Love Recored Songs Of Nam. I Was Ther 1968 1969 USMC D Componey 1st Baltion 1St Marines.

Added: March 24, 2014
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Hey Carl,
Just stopping by to say "howdy" and add my "thanks" to the ever growing list in the guestbook.
I like to check in once in a while to read the heartfelt comments left by listeners. Amazing stories.
I know it gives you guys "warm fuzzies" to know how much you are appreciated. What you do here touches the soul as it brings back memories of times gone by.
As a Vet, the songs bring to mind countless hours of listening to AFRT till I could scream "FIGMO"!!!!
How sweet was: "One day and a wake up"????
To all our fellow vets that stop by: "WELCOME HOME BROTHERS & SISTERS"...feel good & be proud!
Ed
USAF '68-'75

Admin reply: Great to hear from you once again Ed. Thanks for being a fan.

Carl


Added: March 21, 2014
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You missed the one the 60s were all about!

Peace! (with the V sign)

Admin reply: Various peace signs and symbols have been around for years and not a typical 60s thing. The V sign is a hand gesture, palm outwards, with the index and middle fingers open and all others closed. It had been used to represent victory during the Second World War. During the 1960s in the USA, activists against the Vietnam War and in subsequent anti-war protests adopted the gesture as a sign of peace. The symbol of peace appears on several of the pages of the website. Thanks for stopping by Tammy.

Carl


Added: March 18, 2014
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Does anyone remember the pink stuff that came in a can and was used for cleaning house windows?

Added: March 17, 2014
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My brother and I spent most of our time outside. We swam in our above-ground pool in the back yard, rode bikes, climbed trees or played kick the can in the street with the kid across the street. We lived in a neighborhood where we could run around or ride our bikes for hours and be safe. I remember some of the turbulance too. We talked about the Vietnam War in elementary school, we wore POW bracelets, I saw images of protestors on the news or in newspapers and wanted to be one of them (even though I was only 9 in 1969). I remember people marching past our house shouting "Free Angela Davis". It was an innocent time and a time of great change. I loved the 60s.

Admin reply: Thank you for your comments Rick.

Carl


Added: March 16, 2014
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