The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
This must be the beginnings of the Crimson Permanent Assurance.
From a promotion report: "His one bad habit was collecting the boots from the enemy troops he would find on the battlefield." (Detail from post #72662.)
The Australian Army is still using those same bed's!
Stuff spit shining all those boots, just two pair take long enough!
He was probably getting paid for shining other guys' boots.
We had guys in the barracks that would shine boots in exchange for cartons of cigarettes.
Yes, I remember about or before '64 for seatbelts, not sure on the road tax, seems to me we had that in '70 but the rules have changed soo much, I left Jolly Cold in '73 for the warmer climate in Calif. I do have family there and get back often. Uncle has a home built boat on the Trent-Mersey canal, 16 footer, nice rig with twin engines, went all over England on it as a kid. Those were the days when a day lasted forever.
How about a drive-in liquor store. Los Angeles, CA 1949
my other passion is motorcycles
I remember watching those Evil Empire (May Day?) parades showing their military might to a cowering world...
Then we elected a President with balls and that was that.
I'm lookin' for the photo of the two smoking punks, one standing and one sitting in the driver seat of a '55 Ford. Flat top haircuts and dirty jeans. That is such a great shot. Anyone have any idea what page this pic is on?
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