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Just visiting, looking for some 60s 70s and 80s dance hit tips.

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting Andy.

Carl


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Thanks so much for the reunion planning tips. Great ideas :)

Admin reply: You are welcome Vicki.

Carl


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Those cars that are shown on this website are rather cool-looking automobiles, but they weren't that safe, in many ways. As handsome as those cars were, I'm glad that better, safer cars are now being made, courtesy of Ralph Nader.

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Awesome website you have !

Your description of what it was like growing up and playing as kids in the 60's and 70's is exactly how it was back then !

Great days and fond memories :)

Thanks !
Randy

Admin reply: Thank you Randy for your comments and for checking us out.

Carl


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I was looking up information on drive-in movies to share with my grandchildren and came across your page. When I saw my hometown in the left column, I had to click. I was raised at 216 Town Street and return to Circleville every October for Pumpkin Show and to visit my father. Perhaps you knew him, small town, two-block street, it is possible. His last name is Blaney.

Wonderful blog. I need to look around some more.

Admin reply: Thank you Beth for stopping by. 216 Town Street was on the other side of Pickaway Street. The name sounds familiar but I can't say for sure if I know your father. Definitely a small world.

Carl


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I just love getting the Friday email. This page makes me remember the good ole days, and the music is the best..enjoy it very much! :D

Admin reply: Thank you so much Pat for being a fan of the site and subscriber to the newsletter.


Added: August 30, 2013
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I am so pleased with this site. It brings back so many memories, and is full of surprises. I hope you continue to keep this site exciting and continue to allow the members to participate in it. Maybe you could add some of the hairstyles and clothes worn back in the 50's and 60's, etc. Once again, thanks so much, peace and blessings!!

Admin reply: Thank you Sheila for being a fan. I do have some clothes styles and hairstyles on the site. What would be neat is if visitors of the site would submit pics of themselves during the 60s wearing these styles. Now wouldn't that be cool? You first?

Carl


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Great web site. Look forward to the news letter each week. Thanks for keeping the 60's and the musice a going for all of us.

Admin reply: You are welcome John. Thank you for being a devoted fan.

Carl


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Thanks for sharing your web site! It is a great way to appreciate music of a great time in history.

Admin reply: You are welcome Beatrice. I am glad you enjoy the memory lane.

Carl


Added: August 30, 2013
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Hey There! I really like your site. As a Viet Nam veteran, when you see how the war is represented and how people say things like, "Yeah! Those hippies treated the soldiers like * * * when they got back from Nam. But not me." How does that make you feel and do you remember it that way? I was too young to go to Viet Nam but I did enlist in 1975 after I graduated. Yes. I am a Baby Boomer. Born in 1956. Thanks again for the site. It really is interesting. My kids have started reading and listening to the music as well as asking me a million questions about the 60s.

Admin reply: Thank you for visiting The 60s Official Site. For most part as soldier returning from Vietnam, I was treated fairly well except one instance while arriving home at the Columbus, Ohio airport, a hippie girl spat on me and called me a "baby killer." I was shocked most of all and if it had been a man I would have probably decked him.

Carl


Added: August 29, 2013
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