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Posted: 2/27/2007 12:20:25 AM EST
my Post count hit's the year I was born. Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:22:11 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:
Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....


1993?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:23:12 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:
my Post count hit's the year I was born. Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....


2005
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:24:13 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:24:53 AM EST by PocketG]

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:
Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....


1993?


Thank's a lot.... You make feel like I am an infant....
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:24:41 AM EST
1995...

Am I getting close??
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:25:56 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:
Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....


1993?


Thank's a lot.... You make feel like I am an infant....

Originally Posted By DukeSnookems:

Originally Posted By PocketG:
my Post count hit's the year I was born. Quess what year that is? HAHAHAHA....


2005


No. That was Duke.

I had you pegged for a teenager.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:25:57 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
1995...

Am I getting close??



Alright already your killing me here. 1961
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:26:38 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
1995...

Am I getting close??



Alright already your killing me here. 1961




Old timer.

Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:27:40 AM EST
Somewhere on the net I would like to find out the cost of bread, milk, gas, inflation back in "61"
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:27:47 AM EST
You old foggie!
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:28:35 AM EST
Why don't you just join to support the site?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:28:42 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
1995...

Am I getting close??



Alright already your killing me here. 1961




Old timer.




I am a Old dog arn't I...
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:28:45 AM EST
You know...

I'm gabby tonight. I can get you there in about 20 minutes.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:30:41 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
You know...

I'm gabby tonight. I can get you there in about 20 minutes.


The way I been feeling lately you can probably get me there in 10 min....
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:34:03 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:34:29 AM EST by swingset]
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:34:04 AM EST
Anyway's this is Bushmaster week, I've been a Colt man since 1979 when I join the U.S Army. Now it's time for that change....
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:36:25 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:37:08 AM EST by PocketG]

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later. At your age, there's probably not much time left.


I was going to join on post count 2000 but I believe if you own 2 or more AR's one must be a paying member.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:36:52 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
You know...

I'm gabby tonight. I can get you there in about 20 minutes.


The way I been feeling lately you can probably get me there in 10 min....


So...

Ducks won again today, against the Sharks too!

I need to get a pedicure, but don't know if I have time tomorrow.... I really like a shirt that I've been looking at, but its REALLY expensive...but matches the pants I want it for PERFECTLY! WHAT to do??? I broke now ONE, not TWO...but THREE nails today!! I don't know how I'm even able to sit and type! I have to schedule that too. Ok...should I fly or drive to the Clapton concert in 2 weeks? AND...WHAT do I wear??

^^ pick one. I CAN keep going.

Thats the shit I think about.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:37:30 AM EST

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:39:33 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
You know...

I'm gabby tonight. I can get you there in about 20 minutes.


The way I been feeling lately you can probably get me there in 10 min....


So...

Ducks won again today, against the Sharks too!

I need to get a pedicure, but don't know if I have time tomorrow.... I really like a shirt that I've been looking at, but its REALLY expensive...but matches the pants I want it for PERFECTLY! WHAT to do??? I broke now ONE, not TWO...but THREE nails today!! I don't know how I'm even able to sit and type! I have to schedule that too. Ok...should I fly or drive to the Clapton concert in 2 weeks? AND...WHAT do I wear??

^^ pick one. I CAN keep going.

Thats the shit I think about.


You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:39:44 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
You know...

I'm gabby tonight. I can get you there in about 20 minutes.


The way I been feeling lately you can probably get me there in 10 min....


So...

Ducks won again today, against the Sharks too!

I need to get a pedicure, but don't know if I have time tomorrow.... I really like a shirt that I've been looking at, but its REALLY expensive...but matches the pants I want it for PERFECTLY! WHAT to do??? I broke now ONE, not TWO...but THREE nails today!! I don't know how I'm even able to sit and type! I have to schedule that too. Ok...should I fly or drive to the Clapton concert in 2 weeks? AND...WHAT do I wear??

^^ pick one. I CAN keep going.

Thats the shit I think about.


Uh, do you sleep, like ever?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:42:14 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!

Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:43:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?


Are we counting years or mileage?

I'm still pretty young by the dash counter, but I'm probably 3 paws in the grave if you count wear and tear.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:43:47 AM EST

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Uh, do you sleep, like ever?


I'm going to bed soon. Then I'll wake up for a half an hour around 7:30, then take a LONG nap!

I'm from Cali...Uh...we "power sleep?"
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:44:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?


Are we counting years or mileage?

I'm still pretty young by the dash counter, but I'm probably 3 paws in the grave if you count wear and tear.


I'm trying to figure out a Kelly Blue book on you.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:45:01 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:46:37 AM EST by spectre556]

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Define sleep in? I think your some kind of hyperactive fashion diva myself. Although you could catch a few ZZZ's whilst recieving your mani/pedi i'm sure.

ETA: nevermind I see turbo typist answered this already.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:45:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:46:24 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:47:58 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:48:36 AM EST by 4xDawn]

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Define sleep in? I think your some kind of hyperactive fashion diva myself. Although you could catch a few ZZZ's whilst recieving your mani/pedi i'm sure.


I have to wake up at 7:30, but then can sleep in until...looking at planner...1:00 tomorrow.

eta: But I'll probably get up around 11:00.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:48:21 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


They would definitely suffer moisture problems, right Dawn?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:50:24 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 12:51:01 AM EST by PocketG]

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


I'm in work right as I type this , My start time is 6am - 4:30 pm, I hope the I.T people here never break my balls for being on this site. That would suck...
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:50:28 AM EST

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


They would definitely suffer moisture problems, right Dawn?


That they would!

For big events, I do have computers there, but only to make the data entry faster.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:52:29 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


I'm in work right as I type this , My start time is 6am - 4:30 pm, I hope the I.T people here never break my balls for being on this site. That would suck...


Hey now, no picking on the IT folks. We have an aggressive firewall here as well, just need to find out a few ways to sneak around it.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:52:41 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


I'm in work right as I type this work , My start time is 6am - 4:30 pm, I hope the I.T people here never break my balls for being on this site. That would suck...


6:00 am? Like...6 in the morning??

That hour HURTS me, and my body clock. Its either a REALLY late night, or a REALLY painfully early morning.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:53:49 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


They would definitely suffer moisture problems, right Dawn?


That they would!

For big events, I do have computers there, but only to make the data entry faster.


That's funny.... Time to make the donuts....No, I don't work at a donut shop..
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:53:58 AM EST
This seems to be the Morning crew chat line.

so I will just say MORN!

Or good night for those that get to sleep in.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:54:11 AM EST

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


I'm in work right as I type this , My start time is 6am - 4:30 pm, I hope the I.T people here never break my balls for being on this site. That would suck...


Hey now, no picking on the IT folks. We have an aggressive firewall here as well, just need to find out a few ways to sneak around it.


You computer nerds and your "firewalls"

BAH!

I buy new computers when my firewalls suck.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:56:08 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


They would definitely suffer moisture problems, right Dawn?


That they would!

For big events, I do have computers there, but only to make the data entry faster.


That's funny.... Time to make the donuts....No, I don't work at a donut shop..


EWWW!

Do you know how many hours on the ellipticals ONE donut costs??

NOT worth it my friend.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:56:23 AM EST

Originally Posted By swingset:
... I'm probably 3 paws in the grave ...


And the other one on a banana peel?
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:56:30 AM EST
But seriously though in regard to the original topic, you should join. It definitely has payed off for me this year, did you see the team member giveaway? I spent the money on a bronze membership and won a new bushmaster M4.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:57:10 AM EST

Originally Posted By Gnarlyfeet:

Or good night for those that get to sleep in.


And with that...

Goodnight.

Good luck on getting to 1961 Pocket!
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:59:44 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?


Are we counting years or mileage?

I'm still pretty young by the dash counter, but I'm probably 3 paws in the grave if you count wear and tear.


I'm trying to figure out a Kelly Blue book on you.


Let's see here. 1969 model white male, German/American made, should be around $2k with depreciation. You have to take off a few bucks for the gray hair in the mustache, receding hairline, bad left knee and propensity to choose sleep over sex some days, and I'd say you're looking at $750.00 on the open market. Maybe more if it's dark, and she's lonely.

Link Posted: 2/27/2007 12:59:46 AM EST

Originally Posted By spectre556:
But seriously though in regard to the original topic, you should join. It definitely has payed off for me this year, did you see the team member giveaway? I spent the money on a bronze membership and won a new bushmaster M4.


I agree, it's time...bottom line.... Now it's 6am time to make the Gauges.....

This is my employer..
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:00:06 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By Gnarlyfeet:

Or good night for those that get to sleep in.


And with that...

Goodnight.

Good luck on getting to 1961 Pocket!


Sweet dreams there princess, have a fabulous sleep in day!
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:03:06 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 1:05:32 AM EST by spectre556]

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By spectre556:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

You really have all those thoughts so early in the morning..........it's 5:41am here.


Its not quite 3:00 here. I get to sleep in tomorrow too!



Are you at work? Home?


I'm at home. I don't have computers at work.


They would definitely suffer moisture problems, right Dawn?


That they would!

For big events, I do have computers there, but only to make the data entry faster.


That's funny.... Time to make the donuts....No, I don't work at a donut shop..


Oh BTW, we weren't implying anything about your profession. Dawn happens to work around lots of water.
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:19:28 AM EST

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?


Are we counting years or mileage?

I'm still pretty young by the dash counter, but I'm probably 3 paws in the grave if you count wear and tear.


I'm trying to figure out a Kelly Blue book on you.


Let's see here. 1969 model white male, German/American made, should be around $2k with depreciation. You have to take off a few bucks for the gray hair in the mustache, receding hairline, bad left knee and propensity to choose sleep over sex some days, and I'd say you're looking at $750.00 on the open market. Maybe more if it's dark, and she's lonely.



Eh. I have about $80.00 cash, and some rare pokemon cards I stole from the kids. Final offer.

I'm GOING to bed, damnit!

Stop posting interesting stuff now!
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:25:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By swingset:
Why don't you join sooner than later? At your age, there's probably not much time left.




How old are YOU swingset?


Are we counting years or mileage?

I'm still pretty young by the dash counter, but I'm probably 3 paws in the grave if you count wear and tear.


I'm trying to figure out a Kelly Blue book on you.


Let's see here. 1969 model white male, German/American made, should be around $2k with depreciation. You have to take off a few bucks for the gray hair in the mustache, receding hairline, bad left knee and propensity to choose sleep over sex some days, and I'd say you're looking at $750.00 on the open market. Maybe more if it's dark, and she's lonely.



Eh. I have about $80.00 cash, and some rare pokemon cards I stole from the kids. Final offer.

I'm GOING to bed, damnit!

Stop posting interesting stuff now!


Aha, I told you guys she doesn't sleep!
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:25:17 AM EST

Originally Posted By PocketG:
Somewhere on the net I would like to find out the cost of bread, milk, gas, inflation back in "61"


1961!

IN THE NEWS:

John F. Kennedy becomes the 35th President
Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as Vice President
The Berlin Wall goes up between East and West Germany
U.S. breaks diplomatic relations with Cuba
Peace Corps is founded
Freedom Riders are attacked in Birmingham, Alabama
Jimmy Hoffa becomes president of the Teamsters Union
Soviets put the first man into orbit when Major Yuri A. Gagarin orbits the Earth on April 12
U.S. launches Commander Alan B. Shepard, Jr. into space sending him 116.5 miles up on a 302-mile trip
U.S. gets a second astronaut, Virgil Grissom, into space sending him 118 miles up on a 303-mile flight over the Atlantic Ocean
Soviets send Gherman Stepanovich Titov into space on Vostok II achieving 17.5 orbits in 25 hours during a 434,960 mile trip
Soviets test a 50-megaton hydrogen bomb creating the biggest explosion in history
The U.S. now has 2,000 military advisors in Viet Nam
Baseball legend Ty Cobb dies
Roger Maris hits 61 home runs to take the home run record
NY Yankees defeat the Cincinnati Reds to take the World Series
A.J. Foyt sets a new land speed record (139.130 mph) at the Indianapolis 500

ON THE RADIO:

Cavalcade of America
CBS Radio Mystery Theater
Death Valley Days
Fibber McGee and Molly
Fred Allen Show
Gunsmoke
Jack Benny Show
Jungle Jim

ON TELEVISION:

The Defenders
Dennis the Menace
Lassie
Candid Camera
Bullwinkle Show
Car 54 Where Are You?
The Rifleman
Ben Casey
I've Got a Secret
The Price is Right
Bugs Bunny
Dick Van Dyke Show
Dobie Gillis
Steve Allen Show
Naked City
Bob Newhart Show
Donna Reed Show
The Untouchables
Dr. Kildare
Hazel
Route 66
The Flintstones
The Andy Griffith Show
The Avengers

FADS & FASHION:

Non-dairy creamers
Valium
Slip-n-Slide
Frosty the Sno-cone Machine
Dick Tracy Wristwatch Radio
Lie Detector (the game)

WHAT THINGS COST:

Car: $2,275
Gasoline: 31 cents per gallon
House: $18,800
Bread: 21 cents per loaf
Milk: $1.05 per gallon
Postage Stamp: 4 cents
Average Annual Salary: $6,471
Minimum Wage: $1.15 per hour

ACADEMY AWARD - BEST PICTURE:

West Side Story - romantic musical drama by Robert Wise starring Natalie Wood

TONY AWARD - BEST MUSICAL:

Bye Bye Birdie - based on the book by Michael Stewart, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams, choreographed by Gower Champion, starring Chita Rivera, Dick Van Dyke, Kay Medford, Paul Lynde, and Dick Gautier

PULITZER PRIZES:

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (fiction)
All the Way Home by Tad Mosel (drama)
Between War and Peace: The Potsdam Conference by Herbert Feis (history)
Charles Sumner and the Coming of the Civil War by David Donald (biography)
Times Three: Selected Verse From Three Decades by Phyllis McGinley (poetry)

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE:

Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjold, Sweden, 1905-1961, United Nations Secretary General (awarded posthumously)

TOP SONGS:

The Lion Sleeps Tonight by The Tokens
Take Good Care of My Baby by Bobby Vee
Let There Be Drums by Sandy Nelson
Tossin' and Turnin' by Bobby Lewis
Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean
Runaway by Del Shannon
Pony Time by Chubby Checker
Blue Moon by The Marcels
Runaround Sue by Dion
Travelin' Man by Ricky Nelson
Hit the Road Jack by Ray Charles
Surrender by Elvis Presley
Can't Help Falling in Love by Elvis Presley
Stand By Me by Ben E. King
Bristol Stomp by The Dovells
Twist Again by Chubby Checker
Crazy by Patsy Cline
Pretty Little Angel Eyes by Curtis Lee
Please Mr. Postman by The Marvellettes
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles
There's a Moon Out Tonight by The Capris
Dedicated to the One I Love by The Shirelles
Hello Mary Lou by Ricky Nelson
Spanish Harlem by Ben E. King
Crying by Roy Orbison
Raindrops by Dee Clark
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:27:54 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 1:29:49 AM EST by GENESMITH]
Look yours up: HERE

Here's mine:

1970!

IN THE NEWS:

U.S. troops invade Cambodia
Four students at Kent State University are shot by National Guardsmen at a demonstration protesting the U.S. invasion of Cambodia
The first daisy wheel printer is introduced
Alan Shugart patents the floppy disk
Baltimore Orioles defeat the Cincinnati Reds to win the World Series
Singer Janis Joplin dies of a drug overdose at 27

ON THE RADIO:

Adventurers Club
Catholic Hour
Cavalcade of America
CBS Radio Mystery Theater
Jean Shepard

ON TELEVISION:

The Most Deadly Game
Mary Tyler Moore Show
The Young Rebels
Tim Conway Comedy Hour
The Young Lawyers
Silent Force
Hee Haw
Johnny Cash Show
The Odd Couple
The Immortal
Flip Wilson Show
The Partridge Family
The Interns
UFO

FADS & FASHION:

Alien Zeroid
Dawn dolls
Masterpiece (the game)
Platform shoes
8-track tapes

WHAT THINGS COST:

Car: $3,542
Gasoline: 36 cents per gallon
House: $26,600
Bread: 24 cents per loaf
Milk: $1.32 per gallon
Postage Stamp: 6 cents
Average Annual Salary: $11,106
Minimum Wage: $1.60 per hour

ACADEMY AWARD - BEST PICTURE:

Patton - war drama by Franklin J. Schaffner starring George C. Scott, Karl Malden, and Michael Bates

TONY AWARD - BEST MUSICAL:

Applause - based on All About Eve, music by Charles Strouse, lyrics by Lee Adams, choreographed by Ron Field, starring Lauren Bacall, Len Cariou, Robert Mandan, and Ann Williams

PULITZER PRIZES:

Collected Stories by Jean Stafford (fiction)
No Place to Be Somebody by Charles Gordone (drama)
Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department by Dean Acheson (history)
Huey Long by T. Harry Williams (biography)
Untitled Subjects by Richard Howard (poetry)
Gandhi's Truth by Erik H. Erikson (non-fiction)

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE:

Norman Ernest Borlaug, U.S., research leader at the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center in Mexico City

TOP SONGS:

Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head by BJ Thomas
Ain't No Mountain High Enough by Diana Ross
Tears of a Clown by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles







Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:29:35 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/27/2007 2:00:03 AM EST by Hoppy]

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Originally Posted By PocketG:

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:
1995...

Am I getting close??



Alright already your killing me here. 1961




Old timer.




I am a Old dog arn't I...




That all depends on your perspective I guess.


1950

The Brink's robbery in Boston nets bandits almost $3 million
Truman orders the development of the hydrogen bomb
Korean War begins when North Korean Communist forces invade South Korea
Puerto Rican nationalists make an assassination attempt on President Truman
McCarthyism begins
NY Yankees beat Philadelphia Phillies to take the World Series
Earl Hilton issues the first credit card

ON THE RADIO:
Damon Runyon Theatre
My Favorite Husband (to become I Love Lucy on television)
21st Precinct
Amos and Andy
Bob Hope Show
Broadway is My Beat
Casey, Crime Photographer
CBS Radio Mystery Theater
Dr. Kildare
Meet the Press
This is Your FBI

ON TELEVISION:
Truth or Consequences
Alan Young Show
Burns and Allen Show (moved over from radio)

FADS & FASHION:
Little People
Clue
Telephone booth stuffing
Dennis the Menace comic books
Party lines (75% of phone service customers have them!)

WHAT THINGS COST:
Car: $1,750
Gasoline: 27 cents per gallon
House: $14,500
Bread: 14 cents per loaf
Milk: 82 cents per gallon
Postage Stamp: 3 cents
Average Annual Salary: $3,800
Minimum Wage: 75 cents per hour

ACADEMY AWARD - BEST PICTURE:
All About Eve - a dramatic film by Joseph L. Mankiewicz starring Bette Davis and Anne Baxter

TONY AWARD - BEST MUSICAL:
South Pacific - based on the book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, directed by Joshua Logan

PULITZER PRIZES:
The Way West by A.B. Guthrie, Jr. (fiction)
South Pacific by Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II, and Joshua Logan (drama)
Art and Life in America by Oliver W. Larkin (history)
John Quincy Adams and the Foundations of American Foreign Policy by Samual Flagg Bemis (biography)
Annie Allen by Gwendolyn Brooks (poetry)

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE:
Ralph Bunche, USA, 1904-1971, Professor at Harvard University, Director of the United Nations Division of Trusteeship, mediator in Palestine in 1948

TOP SONGS:
Mona Lisa by Nat King Cole
Harbor Lights by Sammy Kaye
Rag Mop by The Ames Brothers
I Wanna Be Loved by The Andrews Sisters
The Tennessee Waltz by Patti Page
Link Posted: 2/27/2007 1:30:43 AM EST

Originally Posted By 4xDawn:

Eh. I have about $80.00 cash, and some rare pokemon cards I stole from the kids. Final offer.



Alright, you got yourself a deal. The wife says you have to take the black lab too, it's kind of a package deal. Once you get used to the slobber and licking, it's really not that bad....and of course the dog has his bad habits too.
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