A Thing for Roses
You don't see these on playgrounds anymore or see-saws/teetertooters or monkey bars or------
Once Upon A Playground by Brenda Biondo
We all remember the song"Show Me the Way" written by Peter Frampton, which was originally released on his 1975 album Frampton and as a single, but gained its highest popularity as a song from his 1976 live album Frampton Comes Alive!
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Tape from toy cap guns
I want my cap gun for the Fourth
The Footsie was one great toy! Rarely has a toy reemerged over and over again as a hit “new toy” as the Lemon Twist (or Jingle Jump, Footsie, Skip-A-Roo, or Skip It) has done. First introduced in the late 1960′s as the Footsie toy, it became very popular for several few years before gradually fading away into obscurity. Then in the mid-1970′s the toy reemerged as the Lemon Twist toy and became one of the top selling toys of the decade.
Tranquil Acres of Alexandria: Baby Boomer Blasts
My first college Computer class final was to write a program on punch cards. I barely finished in time & was running to the professor's office to turn it in when I stumbled and dropped it. Luckily my professor took pity on me and let me have an extra day to finish without penalty. Otherwise, I would have flunked the class.
Computer punch card.
Lost in Space
EBL: At the Fidel Castro Robot Endorsement Café
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I had a huge crush on David Cassidy! (who didn't?)
"Quotes": David Cassidy
Magic 8 Ball was an acceptable way to make a decision...lol!
You Have The Answers Not The Magic 8 Ball
The Uncle played in many of the first and second season episodes of Green Acres. The only character on Petticoat Junction that I thought was obnoxious! Not a role example for sure! Otherwise - this show was zany and a semi-real and entertaining capture of what rural America was believed to encounter along the tracks of backwoods life.