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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.

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  1. From the archives. Thanks.
     
  2. DrJ
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    Interesting way she's shaped her whipped cream....
    I wonder what she was thinking about??? ;):cool:
     
  3. 11E
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    Me too, though Tommy Ivo's "Showboat" had four. None of this stuff is as quick as one, but makes for great spectacle.
     
  4. scrubby2009
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    I still get goosebumps when I see her picture. Timeless...
     
  5. twin6
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  6. RainierHooker
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    This lucky PO3 has a fine automobile just like mine...
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    DeuceDon got me fired up about what a youngster USED
    to ;) be able to eat for, back when we were picking parts,
    or whatever, and working for 75 cents or less an hour as
    teens. ANYBODY have a photo of Bob's in Gulf Breeze, FLA?


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    Gulf Breeze was and is a suburb of Pensacola and is located
    right on the gulf and Pensacola Bay in the Florida panhandle.
    The fantastic prices seem to show this menu to be from the
    mid-1960s. Burgers start at 20 cents! You could get a couple
    o' burgers, fries & a drink for under a dollar! :cool: Four-piece fried
    chicken $1.25. Eight-piece family chicken dinner $2.89.:eek: Wow!
     
  10. Bob K
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    Looks like a 35 Ford 2 dr sedan to me.

    B:)B
     
  11. 11E
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    Get your bargains while they last! This offer is limited!

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  12. wvenfield
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    The building is still there. A couple years ago my daughters teacher assigned a project where they cut out a paper person and she was to send it to another part of the world and have it photographed with interesting sights in their area.

    There was a guy from Belgium on another site I posted at that was willing to do it. He photographed her person in front of this structure.
     
  13. Here's the intended picture.

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  14. Ha! That's not the caption. I think you got snookered by his signature.
     
  15. Looks like she licked all around it and saved the cherry for last.........
     
  16. jimi'shemi291
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    Ever since Fred & Barney first did it:D, it seems as though people
    have ALWAYS loved to POSE with their cars (sometimes so much
    that you can't SEE the damn car!:rolleyes:). But these pix from FlickR
    members are very keen. THANKS, FlickR & members! :)

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  17. twin6
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  18. :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: Couldn't resist posting these. Hope they are not too 'Cornagraphic'

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  21. Those are definitely two different Cadillacs.
     
  22. starwalker
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    That 3rd shot looks like the old Katy engine house at Parsons, Kansas.
     
  23. starwalker
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    Interesting that the Frisco Freeze is the same colors as the Frisco Railroad used to be (orange and white). The closest the Frisco Railroad came to Tacoma would have been central Kansas though.
     
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    St. Johnsbury & Lamoille County was a railroad in Vermont, named that from 1948 to 1973. It had passed through a number of hands since it's was built in the 1870's. According to Wikipedia's locomotive roster, #38 was a 2/8/0 which was wrecked in 1944, so that pretty well dates this photo.
     
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    I think she found the "Jolly Green Giant"!
     
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    Looks like Buster Keaton in a way.
     
  29. starwalker
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    If that was at Enid's fairground, my brother, one of our cousins, my wife and I went out there to watch a race once. Might have seen you there.
     
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