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Old 12-01-2022, 04:14 PM   #1
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I had so much fun in the 60s I don't remember the 70s.
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I am now sure that when someone talks about "the good old days", they are not talking about the days when they were old. ....

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I am now sure that when someone talks about "the good old days", they are not talking about the days when they were old. ....

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My dad was 80 in 2002, someone asked him about the good ole days; He replied "Bxxx Sxxx, I lived through all that, today is the good ole days".
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My THEN take (youngster) of the sixties is completely opposite of how I eventually felt about them.

From my point of view - back then you were either a Hippy (free love/ dirty long hair, and against our president) or not.

Slowly I came to accept free love, peace, and to not trust our governments explanations.
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