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    Green Stamps you earned them from your grocery store....my Mom used to collect them and cash them in for merchandise after she accumulated so many. I remember her having a paper grocery bag full and books in it as well that were already filled up. Back then it was really something

    Clackers would annoy my mom so much...

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