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Re: How many Remember Before This Cable BS?
Reply #10 - Feb 26th, 2019 at 6:27am
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Ness wrote on Jan 6th, 2019 at 7:42am:
I recall some of the best boxing matches were show at 4:30 on WWofS.



yep, there were some good ones
  

All throughout our American history, world history, "ordinary people can do extraordinary things"


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a person or thing whose nature, value, or significance cannot be determined or is not yet known.
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Re: How many Remember Before This Cable BS?
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LadyBug wrote on Feb 24th, 2019 at 5:18am:
Reminds me of an evening at our local theater. For 50 cents, I got admission, a bag of popcorn, a soda, and candy. Those were the days, huh?



How about Drive-ins too? Wink


I remember my Grandfather took me to see "Jaws" in the 1970's when I was a kid

The scene where the Woman is swimming and that Jaws music playing made my heart beat out of my chest Grin

I started to cry and wanted to go home. So we cut the movie short Grin



  

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Re: How many Remember Before This Cable BS?
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Luther wrote on Mar 3rd, 2019 at 5:16am:
How about Drive-ins too? Wink


I remember my Grandfather took me to see "Jaws" in the 1970's when I was a kid

The scene where the Woman is swimming and that Jaws music playing made my heart beat out of my chest Grin

I started to cry and wanted to go home. So we cut the movie short Grin





There was a Drive-In right across the highway from our home when we moved here, until about 5 years or so ago when they tore it down and built a CVS. What a great way it was to spend a summer evening and not even need a babysitter. Just bring the kids in their jammies, give them some snacks, and before long they were asleep in the back of the station wagon. I still enjoyed going, even after the kids were long gone.  Sad
  

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