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looking for the old drive inn theater on us highway 75 near wheaton, minnesota. It's long gone now, but some info about it would be usefull.

Admin reply: Can anybody help Jim? I don't have any info on the drive-in. What was its name?

Carl


Added: May 26, 2016
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:!cool: A great site😀🎼🙋

Admin reply: Thank you BJ. Enjoy.

Carl


Added: May 24, 2016
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Hi Carl. Im a frequent visitor and just wanted to say thanks for a beautiful website and sharing such wonderful memories. I'm an 80s baby, but my passion is the 60s. I love the music, fashion, innocence and wholesome values. I also appreciate the bravery of America's young men. God bless!

Admin reply: You are welcome Kim and thank you for visiting and being a fan of the 60s.

Carl


Added: May 23, 2016
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To our Vietnam Veterans and all Medical personal of the Vietnam War, I bow my head in silence on this Armed Forces Day { } Thanks one and all :!clap:

Drew :!time:


Added: May 21, 2016
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This website reminds me of being young again, i miss linda :!cry:

Added: May 20, 2016
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Found your page by chance, but I'm glad I did. I loved your story about Vick's pizza, although Vick did not run it anymore when I went there as a teen, his son Hal was running it, and I really got along with him great, he was like a big brother. I do miss my days growing up in Roundtown. Your tales hit home for me, thank you for helping me remember that great town, a great place to grow up.

Admin reply: Thank you Bill. Circleville is a great place to have been part of and especially to grow up in.

Carl


Added: May 19, 2016
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Really enjoying your site. Just on the first page, but have a comment on "bummed out." We also just said “bummed.” Both could be used for past, present or future.
While “depressed” is an accurate synonym, that definition alone doesn’t express how the phrase could express a very wide range of feelings and attitudes. You’d use it when you were annoyed/pissed off, disappointed (minor or major) or sad and so on. So, not very precise!
You’d also say: “X [person, event or thing] bummed me out” or “you’re bumming me out.” Or simply as a noun: “Bummer” as a one-word sentence or “What a bummer.”
Hope that’s not too much info!

Admin reply: Well that's a bummer. Thank you Suzanne for sharing your thoughts and visiting The 60s Official Site but don't bummed out.

Carl


Added: May 16, 2016
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Hi, I came here to do a project. Where is the Author and the Contributer names

Admin reply: Hello Amber. If you are speaking of the website. I am the author of the site, Carl Hoffman.

Carl


Added: May 16, 2016
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hello all from sunny Fort Myers! love the site!

Admin reply: Thanks for visiting Keith.

Carl


Added: May 14, 2016
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Sent this site to four friends!

Admin reply: Thank you Jana.

Carl


Added: May 13, 2016
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