Favorite Places 70s and 80s

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AllAmerican wrote:
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By the time I was driving and getting around some, nobody was really going to Al Green's. It was still open, but I was only there a couple of times. The tenderloins were awesome! We spent a huge amount of time just hanging out at a couple of gas stations on the southeast side.
So you and your boyfriend were just a couple of Gomers.
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So you and your boyfriend were just a couple of Gomers.
No, if you remember, Gomer worked at a gas station. We just hung out there. Nice try ass clown.
Justin

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AllAmerican wrote:
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No, if you remember, Gomer worked at a gas station. We just hung out there. Nice try ass clown.
No, I meant you must be Gomers [Gay] for hanging out in the gas station's toilets.
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And the TeePee at 38th and Fall Creek.
As a teen in the late 60's, we cruised the TeePee on weekends looking for women folk (girls). For some reason a drive through was never successful. 10th street east was a drive thru (Irvineington Plazza?), Lafayette square, Glendale (Roderick St Johns), and downtown. The city was reasonabily safe then, heck I used to walk 38th street from the fairgrounds to Central all the time, along with 42nd and Emerson to the Meadows center.
Car runs on North Keystone would determine how fast a car would go, yet, thank God, we survived.
Gas 19.9 cents a gallon at WakeUp for regular gas. One dollar would do a lot of cruising.(Evil carbon polluter that I was, withour remorse.)
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Justin wrote:
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No, I meant you must be Gomers [Gay] for hanging out in the gas station's toilets.
Doesn't really matter what you meant.
Justin

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Doesn't really matter what you meant.
I am very accepting of your gaiety. Power to the lilies!
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Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>As a teen in the late 60's, we cruised the TeePee on weekends looking for women folk (girls). For some reason a drive through was never successful. 10th street east was a drive thru (Irvineington Plazza?), Lafayette square, Glendale (Roderick St Johns), and downtown. The city was reasonabily safe then, heck I used to walk 38th street from the fairgrounds to Central all the time, along with 42nd and Emerson to the Meadows center.
Car runs on North Keystone would determine how fast a car would go, yet, thank God, we survived.
Gas 19.9 cents a gallon at WakeUp for regular gas. One dollar would do a lot of cruising.(Evil carbon polluter that I was, withour remorse.)
you ever pay off Columbia house pizza face?
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Well, it looks like the kids have hijacked the thread. So much for a good thing. It's funny how talking about our younger days sparks comments about being gay. I guess that's all they can think about. Must have something to do with their fantasies.
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And then this one time one of our boys died in a car wreck, doin what he loved drinking, driving and smokin dope and and listein to skynard and then we all went out to the cemetery and took pictures and sht. those were the days!

FREE BYRD FOREVER
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And then this one time one of our boys died in a car wreck, doin what he loved drinking, driving and smokin dope and and listein to skynard and then we all went out to the cemetery and took pictures and sht. those were the days!
FREE BYRD FOREVER
Nope. Nobody ever died. It was what we called "youth". We all learned a lot from it. We all have families now, which is something you will never find playing video games in your parent's basement.
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Nope. Nobody ever died. It was what we called "youth". We all learned a lot from it. We all have families now, which is something you will never find playing video games in your parent's basement.
Are you kidding? I new many teens who OD'd, committed suicide, was murdered, died in car wrecks, went to prison, etc. Plenty of grim and bad stuff happens to teenagers.

YOu are a typical tea bagger. YOu live in a fantasy world of lollipops and justice.
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Are you kidding? I new many teens who OD'd, committed suicide, was murdered, died in car wrecks, went to prison, etc. Plenty of grim and bad stuff happens to teenagers.
YOu are a typical tea bagger. YOu live in a fantasy world of lollipops and justice.
Sorry ass clown, but the post I was responding to indicated that "one of our boys got killed". That just wasn't the case in this situation. Nobody even got hurt. I didn't realize you were such an expert in so many subjects.
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Are you kidding? I new many teens who OD'd, committed suicide, was murdered, died in car wrecks, went to prison, etc. Plenty of grim and bad stuff happens to teenagers.
YOu are a typical tea bagger. YOu live in a fantasy world of lollipops and justice.
And if you do something like hitch hike your teenage years away, that is considered a safe, and responsible passtime? Hypocrite!
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Justin wrote:
we all went out to the cemetery and took pictures
Why do people do this
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Why do people do this
I never did, and don't know anybody that ever did, but I have heard of it. I have no idea!
Moe

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And if you do something like hitch hike your teenage years away, that is considered a safe, and responsible passtime? Hypocrite!
At least I learned how to be tough and not a pansy like you and so many of you ilk.
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WHY wrote:
<quoted text>Why do people do this
Because they are nut jobs. Some people only have family photos taken There. Boneyard family reunions.

Every time someone dies out comes the camera. Professional mourners.
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Why do people do this
Back when I use to research history and genealogy, I visited many graveyards to take photos of long departed ancestors.

You would not believe the types of behavior I would come up in cemeteries. Once I was with a group of old timers on such an expedition. We pulled into the cemetery in a very rural park of KY. There were a group of naked men around a car. The back doors were open. There was a young lady inside on her back. She saw us, got up and ran across the graveyard naked. The men all got in the car and vamboosed. They had a big Reagan-Bush sticker and a "support John Birch Sticket" on the car. One of the oldster said, Typical hillbilly republican family reunion.
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Moe wrote:
<quoted text>Back when I use to research history and genealogy, I visited many graveyards to take photos of long departed ancestors.

You would not believe the types of behavior I would come up in cemeteries. Once I was with a group of old timers on such an expedition. We pulled into the cemetery in a very rural park of KY. There were a group of naked men around a car. The back doors were open. There was a young lady inside on her back. She saw us, got up and ran across the graveyard naked. The men all got in the car and vamboosed. They had a big Reagan-Bush sticker and a "support John Birch Sticket" on the car. One of the oldster said, Typical hillbilly republican family reunion.
I have never laughed so hard in all my life
RonnieVanZantFor ever

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Moe wrote:
<quoted text>At least I learned how to be tough and not a pansy like you and so many of you ilk.
You break into Ronnie VanZants grave?

SKYNARD FORVER!

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