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TURN OUT THE LIGHTS OR TURN OFF THE LIGHTS.

Admin reply: Huh?

Carl


Added: September 17, 2014
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I wish that I could relive it all again with what I know now. :!cool:

Admin reply: I think most of us we love to revisit at least for awhile.
Thanks for stopping by Angelo.

Carl


Added: September 16, 2014
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It's really well written and commented; we are, reading this blog, plunged into the 70s; we saw this 'adventure' which is the Woodstock festival and we are plunged into the world that was the festival; Thank's very much.

Admin reply: You are welcome and thank you for your comments.

Carl


Added: September 13, 2014
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We still have our milk delivered to our doorstep four times a week around 4.45am. I can well remember my dad's car, A Vauxhall Victor Super (61) having a column gear stick & a bench seat. Happy days

Admin reply: WOW. Milk still delivered at your doorstep. Imagine that. Thanks for stopping by and sharing Steven.

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Added: September 13, 2014
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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.

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

Admin reply: Glad you enjoyed it Cliff.

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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.

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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.

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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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