The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Amy Johnson Cake.
Rub 2ozs butter into 1 large cup S.R flour, sifted with a pinch of salt, mix to firm dough with a little milk. Roll out 1/4" thick and line a greased cake tin. Spread with raspberry jam and sprinkle with 1/2 cup currents. Then make a sponge mixture: beat 2 eggs and 3/4 cup of sugar until light and fluffy. Fold in 1 cup sifted S.R flour and finally 2 tablespoons butter melted in 3 tablespoons of milk. Pour on top of pastry. Bake about 40 minutes in moderate oven. When cold, ice with thin lemon icing and sprinkle with coconut
I was born in Long Beach, 1954,
lived there for 8 years, on Tevis Ave,
down by Los Coyotes and Wardlow I think,
Moved to Santa Ana in 62, lived there till I joined the Navy,,
lived all over OC after that, Garden Grove, Huntington Bch, Fullerton,
then moved to Riverside, Sunnymead, Now called Moreno Valley, Perris,
before moving to the central valley in 1990.
Back then, people would just help a guy out when something like this happened.
Nowadays, the plane would be impounded, the pilot would get a ticket, the mechanic would be sued, the neighbors would be complaining about having to detour a couple blocks, and the city council would use it as an excuse to annex the nearest small airfield.
I think maybe this is why I like old stuff; it's a connection to a time - and a mindset - that's long gone.
Group of employees and several small boys in the littered alley entrance to a Baltimore garment factory, 1921
Pickwick stages, counterparts of modern day buses, outside Union Station, Los Angeles, awaiting passengers bound for southern California, 1920.
The burned-out Monticello Hotel, Norfolk, Va., and fire apparatus frosted with icicles. The New Year's Day 1918 fire was thought to be the work of enemy agents.
Policeman directing downtown Chicago traffic, circa. 1917.
Young boy tending freshly stocked fruit and vegetable stand at Center Market. Washington, D.C., Feb. 18,1915.
From the family archives.
I have one I think about selling sometimes.
That's the same Funk Aircraft sompany that made the adapters to put a flathead V8 into a Ford 8n or 9n tractor!
QUOTE WIKIPEDIA: "Bandmate Waylon Jennings gave up his seat on the plane, causing Holly to jokingly tell Jennings, "I hope your ol' bus freezes up!" Jennings shot back facetiously, "Well, I hope your ol' plane crashes!" It was a statement that would haunt Jennings for decades."
Jimi: HELL, some ballsy guys were just jokin' around during a bad period of weather, folks. Let's just leave it lie at that. Sad day.
Thanks, nevertheless, go to the Holley (correct spelling)
THANK YOU. Buddy will never, ever be forgotten.
THAT'll be the day!
photo by Ozzie Lyons
Isn't that Yancy Tucker from Walton's Mountain?! Sure looks a lot like him
It didn't phase me but then mine is still brand new in the metal box.
Miss Central Kansas...
A couple shots from San Francisco in the 1950's.
You'll shoot your eye out!!!
Love these pictures!! Ozzie full lock cross up!! And then "friends helping" while they are looking up her dress thinking "Ima wantin' suma dat..."
MrFire, I spent my R&R in 1969 with an Aussie Familiy. Daughter picked my up in Sidney, took me home. She was a knock out but her mother was even prettier. They were nice people. The dad was a vet and we had a good time. Couldn't by a beer in any bar around the place. As soon as they found out you were a Yank the drinks were on them. I had a great time. Like to go back someday.
bye bye miss american pie (Don McClean)....
According to my late mother it was a "friend" of my grandmothers.
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