Submitted by Name: Jackie Mathews From: Orillia Ontario Canada
Comments: Love this site!! :!clap So many great memories. I miss the lives we had in the 60's.
Admin reply: Definitely a great time to be a part. Wasn't it Jackie?
Added: July 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Ann Kinderman From: Columbus, IN E-mail: Contact
Comments: Really enjoyed this site. The class reunion site was helpful and I enjoyed going through the different categories taking me back to the 60's.
Admin reply: Glad you stopped by Ann. Keep dropping in as new content is added weekly.
Added: July 26, 2014
Submitted by Name: Linda Fields Lewis From: Charleston W.V. Living in S.C. E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks so much for your site!!!
Admin reply: You are certainly welcome Linda.
Added: July 25, 2014
Submitted by Name: Lori Loy Halliburton From: Columbus, Former Ashville kid! E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for the memories!
Admin reply: You are welcome Lori.
Added: July 24, 2014
Submitted by Name: Lynn From: Israel E-mail: Contact
I enjoy your music so very much. It's my companion when I'm doing this & that around the house. Sometimes when I go into the Jukebox - just under the top 10, for example - 10 minutes goes by and it's not loaded. It's happened with some other jukebox choices. Any suggestions?
Admin reply: A couple of things could be happening (1) Your Internet connection is slow or computer runs slow. (2)There are many users on the site. I check the site frequently and the jukeboxes load quickly as do the Top Ten for me.
Added: July 21, 2014
Submitted by Name: Marianne Tardaguila From: California E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for this site...love music!
Admin reply: You are welcome Marianne.
Added: July 20, 2014
Submitted by Name: Michel From: The real Washington and possibly Maine?. E-mail: Contact
Comments: So where do I get a Chicken Man T-Shirt? Slightly larger sizes than in the 60's. From back in the old days when it took more than one day and more than one album. Location Bight ME it's in the Atlantic NE. What Me Worry?
Great site. Michel
Admin reply: There are Chicken Man T-Shirts all over the internet but if you are looking for the Chickenman T-shirts from the radio broadcasts I don't have a clue nor do I remember ever seeing them. Can anybody help?
Added: July 20, 2014
Submitted by Name: Mary Ann Meyer From: Pickerington, OH E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi! A Lady at our local Barnes & Noble store and I were talking about my attending my 50 year High School Class Reunion next month. I'm on the reunion committee & have been doing all the memorabilia boards for display the night of our reunion. I decided I also wanted to make a "60's NOSTALGIA" board too, and I've been searching for photos and info. on the top songs of '64, T.V. shows from the 60's, slang from the 60's, cars of the 60's, etc. Then she told me that she, too, is a 60's fan!! She told me about your site and even gave me the web site URL to check it out. I'm blown away by it! You've put so much work into this that I couldn't even imagine the time this has taken! I have spent two hours this evening searching around on your site and have found many wonderful ideas for the Nostalgia Board, thanks to you!! Thanks so much! My husband and I are now fans!!! Mary Ann
Admin reply: You are welcome Mary Ann. I hope you have a blast at your reunion. I just got back from visiting Circleville and Lancaster, Ohio, two of my old stomping grounds.
Added: July 19, 2014
Submitted by Name: Barbara From: Ontario, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Carl, Flicks were in the shiney tubes with foil paper. Red, blue, green and yellow. They sold at the movie theatres for 5 cts. They are made by Ghiradelli Chocolates. I couldn't respond to the July 10th post, sorry. I would post a picture if I could, but I found them on the Internet. They still sell them at some stores, including Ghiradelli Square in SFO.
Admin reply: Thank you Barbara.
Added: July 17, 2014
Submitted by Name: gary pulliam From: golden valley, az E-mail: Contact
Comments: love the site and music...brings back alot of memories
Admin reply: Memories are what we do here. Thanks for dropping by Gary.