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Old 06-09-2011, 03:21 PM   #43
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Was the dog's name Tag?
Close - Tige.

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Old 06-09-2011, 03:29 PM   #44
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I thought it was Tag. Tarzan series. You are a bunch of old Geisers. Jackie Gleason Show of Shows on Sat night. The 50's. Now you have me thinking. That was before Panty hose. Good old Garter days. You remember? Bench seats were cool .
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I thought it was Tag.
OK, for all you non-believers, here it is straight from the Brown Shoe Co. webpage (I'm amazed they're still around! )

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In 1904 at the "Meet Me In St. Louis" World's Fair, a young Brown Shoe executive met Buster Brown's creator, cartoonist Richard F. Outcault, and purchased the name from him. At the time, Buster Brown was a mischievous cartoon character, who, together with his dog Tige and sister Mary Jane, delighted children of all ages.

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Buster Brown must of had a LISP
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"Tige"-short for "Tiger"

Francesca: still a fan!
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Well I remember watching it on black & white TV
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Well I remember watching it on black & white TV
.......and Philadelphia only had 3 or 4 channels.
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We are traveling and a couple of weeks ago stayed at Liberty Harbor RV in Jersey City and took the PATH Train (Port Authority Subway) into Manhattan Island - OK that's not making us old but on three separate rides to & from younger people offered both my wife and I the seats. Some of the seats did have a sign please give this seat to a handicapped or elderly person. Neither of of walks with a limp, cane or walker so I guess we don't fit the handicapped definition so that narrows it down to OLDER. (I might add the only rude people we encountered in Jersey City or NYC were tourists! )
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OK, last one I promise;

Mom didn't work and cooked dinner and baked pies for the family who sat down and ate together

Off topic but a question?
Are there any moms that don't work these days?
When the moms stayed home and tended the home and the dads worked to support the famlies; them were the good old days.
My wife is one of the few that did the family thing.
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There are still a lot of Moms that stay home and cook & bake in my area, just like when I grew up in the late 40's and 50's.

Hey, remember when you could tell not only the year and make of a car but also the model.

How about riding on a 2x4 with an orange crate on end and two sticks for handles all mounted on skates that fit any size shoe.

Or even better a board over the skate and you sat on it using your hands on each end of the board to steer. How many of you skinned your fingers because you wrapped your fingers under the board and made a turn, OUCH!!!

Who remembers the Flexi?????????????????? Really fun where I grew up in San Francisco. Anyone remember Playland??????????????
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.......and Philadelphia only had 3 or 4 channels.
And you had to put "tin foil" on the "rabbit ears" to get a clear picture...
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When I'm standing line for the movies and the girl gives you both the senior discount. That's when I start laughing and Peggy smacks me in the back of the head
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When I'm standing line for the movies and the girl gives you both the senior discount. That's when I start laughing and Peggy smacks me in the back of the head


Yep, senior discount without asking, or if your standing in any line or group of people, no matter when or where, or how long the line or large the crowd, and upon looking around you, no one is older than you.

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