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I just read "A Thousand Marbles". What a wonderful way to note how precious life is. I'll be 72 this month so I have few marbles to buy, but I will indeed treasure each one of them.

Admin reply: Thank you Jim for your comments.

Car;


Added: December 1, 2016
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To Baby boomers, Age is a matter of mind, if you don't mind it doesn't matter

Admin reply: Amen


Added: November 30, 2016
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I still love the old areas that were once Drive-In-Movie Theaters, at least the ones that have been turned into farm fields, for metal detecting.

Added: November 25, 2016
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Love this site, Love the music and stories

Added: November 24, 2016
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great site great work i hope you stay online forever so our era never dies,cheers,George

Admin reply: Thank you George.

Carl


Added: November 24, 2016
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To Rhett, Have you tried looking on "ebay"? they have 45's rpm records for sale, not sure what condition the records are in, or look up use records online some stores may have what you are looking for, it worth a try and good luck

Drew :!time:


Added: November 23, 2016
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Can anyone help me find the following record: The 4 Seasons "c'mon Marianne"/"Tell It To The Rain" Reissue 45 on Philips Double Hit Series. Thank you. :)

Admin reply: Hello Rhett try American Pie records.

Carl


Added: November 22, 2016
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Can anyone help me find the following record: The 4 Seasons "c'mon Marianne"/"Tell It To The Rain" Reissue 45 on Philips Double Hit Series. Thank you. :)

Added: November 22, 2016
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Hi Carl,

Thanksgiving a time to give thanks, thanks Carl for your service in South East Asia and sharing your love of the 1960s with us through this delightful and educational website. a special thanks to all of the Men and Woman who can't be home this holiday season for they're serving our country needs

Drew, :!time:

Admin reply: You are welcome Drew and thank you for being a fan of the site. Happy Thanksgiving to you my friend.

Carl


Added: November 22, 2016
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Wishing Carl and all of you Baby Boomers who frequent The 60s Official Site a Happy Thanksgiving. May each of us celebrate an American tradition by gathering around the dining room table alongside family and friends with gratitude for living in a country with ideals set forth by the founding fathers and defended throughout the years by our armed forces.

Added: November 19, 2016
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