Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by mud, Nov 29, 2014.
The seventies for me.
The fifties, back when Dad ruled the home.
And then, we had Elvis Presley!!
And Scotty Moore!!!
I remember the family car trip vacation we went on in the early sixties. From the suburbs of Detroit down to Fort Meyers Florida to visit retired Michigan relatives. I remember asking my Dad about a whites only bathroom sign. His reply was, that's none of our business.
Today, February 3rd., is Four Chaplains Day.
Never knew that this ever existed....
1959 Ford Levacar Mach I
It's cool, but there's no room for Jane his wife, daughter Judy, and his boy Elroy.
Holy cow .... I'm impressed. .
This video is like shopping at Walmart after midnight. Makes me appreciate things a lot better.
In 1967, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour premiered on CBS-TV.
i fear for her and her possibility to contract some sort of sickness from being in contact with the pump, knowing full well, not everyone that handles a fuel pump is healthy or washes thier hands. after I pump gas, i use hand sanitizer before i drive away. i even use hand sanitizer after i have used a shopping cart.
amazing how she can do just that. i applaud her for adapting. i have to also wonder, if she has ever been able to get prosthetic arms.
good for her.
life is tough enough as it is now, to me, she (and many others) is/are a marvel. i wish her (and all others like her) well.
A quote from The Lighter Side and Argus Hamilton.
"Tonya Harding’s documentary on her alleged involvement in clubbing fellow Olympic skater Nancy Kerrigan was nominated for an Oscar. She must laugh at today’s controversy about NFL players and the Anthem. Back in Tonya Harding’s day, when an athlete took a knee they took a knee."
We can't forget Buddy Holly and The Crickets.
He was one of the best.
Country Music's "The Voice"