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Author: Subject: Dark Side of the Moon/I love the 70s

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  posted on 8/19/2003 at 08:43 PM
Tonight at 10 on VH1 "darkside of the moon" I Love the 70s. I'm guessing that means there will be pink floyd on tv. That's enough to get my vote. I'm watching..

 

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 08:14 AM
yeah i watched it last night; the fat albert part sent me into flashbacks of being 2 years old trying to figure out what the hell that dude with the lampshade on his head was all about.

also, it had never occured to me that Shaggy and Scooby where stoned.

 

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 07:19 PM
That whole show sends me into flashbacks...i don't remember the little plastic things you baked in the oven to shrink...too damn funny...

Can you imagine the lawsuits today if you launched a toy that matched up a 3 year old with an oven?

Where's Owsley?

 

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 08:22 PM
Wow, you guys are giving me flashbacks talking about the flashbacks.

I actually turned down some 'shrooms last weekend at a music festival. Thank God for that. I must be getting smart in my old age. Did keep simple with some smoov and blueberry Virginia moonshine though.

I still say, the young folks of today need to get a scene of their own. I met a wonderful young lady of 18 last weekend who rebeled against her hippy parents by being straight and religious. I mean, how can you rebel against parents that did all of the crazy stuff????Of course it was big time different in the 60's and 70's, one of the biggest arguments I had with my parents was in 5th grade in the late 60's when I wanted to get flaired pants. They were not even bell-bottoms, but flaired, which signaled some kind of young alliance with the dreaded long hairs.................................................................

wow............. I'm seeing trails........ who got me on this subject.......................careful with that axe, Eugene!

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 08:33 PM
I'm still in denial about my 17 year old son who WANTS to get a haircut every 2 weeks...when I was MADE to get a haircut at about that age, I suffered trauma that made me not even want to leave the house...

He's the best kid in the world though...really...

 

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 08:58 PM
Yeah, those cult members are funny these days with their hair.....




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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 09:03 PM
That Save the Kittens cult is the one I'm keeping my eye on...

 

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  posted on 8/20/2003 at 10:09 PM
I remember everybody paying me in the 70s to cut off all my hair and shave my head. Now every kid does that! I wouldn't make a cent shaving my head now.

It makes sense that Shaggy and Scooby had a buzz going on- they were the ones to see the ghosts first. Damn I love those Scobby snacks. My wife still cons me using those damn snacks as bait!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 01:23 AM
people get mad because I don 't cut my hair or trim my beard.
I remember the plastic things you baked in the oven, never had any.
I also remember the Teen Wolf cartoon.

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 06:51 AM
I had the shrinky dinks oven. I got Abi one last year for x-mas too since they are available again. We made a bunch of cool stuff in that thing! Malibu Barbie has also been revived. Abi got an ez-bake oven too, I used to have a Holly Hobby one with the very hot light bulb.
I was watching last night with that poopy baby doll. I had one of those too. LOL!

Laughing about the disco songs of the year on these shows! Too funny!

Linnie, of course Scooby and Shaggy were stoners! They were constantly looking for munchies!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 07:13 AM
I never had a pet rock.

My parents didn't think I was responsible enough to take care of one.

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 07:16 AM
Wasn't that toy that you "cooked" the little rubber bugs and monsters called "Creepy Crawlers"? My cousin had one of those things.

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 08:30 AM
Ahhhh...the good ole days! *LOL* I have told my daughter that I should have just saved all my clothes from my teen years. Would have saved me a fortune on buying her clothes!
Anyone remember Hash jeans? (Now who thought up THAT name!?)
The thing with "hippies" now is that they seem to think it involves not taking a bath. I stood behind a couple in line at the grocery store the other day and we had to stand waaaaaay back! Wannabes, what can I say?

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 08:41 AM
I just remembered another funny thing. I have a picture of my Mom and Dad from the day of my christening when I was just a few months old and my Mom is all dressed nice and my Dad has on that "streakin" t-shirt with the naked cartoonish looking woman on the front and his tan elephant bottom pants. LMAO! I have that pic on my living room wall now. I was laughing at the streakin' people last night while watching the 1974 episode. That is the year I was born!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 08:43 AM
Streaking! *LOL* Those were fun people, eh?

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 08:50 AM
the coolest toy i had in the seventies was the "system seven" toy gun. it was a massive gun that had these 7 things that it could do. cant remember all the things but it did have some kind of decoder mechanism. i thought it was pretty damn cool anyway. can anybody give me an amen on the system 7 gun? anybody?

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 08:52 AM
Don't recall that one rockbass! *L* But it sounds like something my son would love to have!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:13 AM
I was a Pufin Stuff fan! And the spin off, Lidsville. Thought those were great shows!

Does anyone remember the popularity of patch pocket pants...around 1972 or 1973?
It goes without saying, they HAD to be flair legged, the bigger the better! And it's true that if your pants did't cover your platform shoes entirely, you were a geek, for sure!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:21 AM
Oh, yeah! Toys....Any girls remember Little Kiddles? Gumby and Pokey were big, and they even had these dangerous wires in them that eventually would poke out through their arms and legs! I had the creepy crawlers oven. Man those metal plates got so hot, I think I still have some faded burn scars from that thing. Did anyone have a hoppity hop? I loved that thing. How about romper stompers? Talk about dangerous....watch a toddler try to walk around on upside down plastic, slippery sand buckets with plastic loops to hang on to! And bikes with "sissy" bars on the back and "chopper" handlebars. I definitely have scars from riding down huge hills in the neighborhood without holding on to anything. I think we'd pile a kid on the handle bars to ride, while carrying a passenger on the back too, at the same time! How stupid! You'd think we were practing to be in a Romanian circus or something!


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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:21 AM
What was up with school house rock?

They tricked us! We were supposed to be having fun watching cartoons!!We werent supposed to be learning!

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:23 AM
Im sure some of you fellas must have put baseball cards in you bike spokes

Who knows how many valuable cards I trashed.

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:33 AM
I remember these little plastic tube things we had for a while that went on the spokes of your bike tires that made a clicking noise. We were easily amused.
I remember how big Now or Later candy was during my middle school years. People would sacrafice a detention to have those things, for some reason. Espeically the sour apple or watermelon flavor! Those were hot items.

And kissing potion....this really sticky, sweet lip gloss! I think my mom was embarrased to buy it for my birthday, if I remember. She didn't understand what it was for if I was only like 11 or 12. LOL!

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:35 AM
Ah yes, streakin'...I remember at my HS graduation, as we all sat on the bleachers on one side of the football field facing a stage, as the principal was making his speech a friend of mine came streakin' butt-ass naked out of one end zone, ran the entire length of the field and exited at the other end zone...the crowd reaction was hilarious (the grandma's seemed to get the biggest kick out of it)...his family was so proud!!

We used to do it anywhere and everywhere...especially later on the college campus...I used to run so slow behind the hotties...

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:42 AM
thats pretty clever of you, denza

 

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  posted on 8/21/2003 at 09:43 AM
And kissing potion....this really sticky, sweet lip gloss! I think my mom was embarrased to buy it for my birthday, if I remember. She didn't understand what it was for if I was only like 11 or 12. LOL!



 

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