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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
that is from the movie "Thunder Road"
do her eyeglasses have some kind of extra appendages that mirror the wings of the Chevy? if not then she has two sets of eyebrows.
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What??!! No helmets and no 'headlight on in the
daytime'?? How did any of us ever survive back
hard ta beleive .................. scrubba
Yeah, hell. Some things WERE harder back "in the old days."
BUT, most things were one hell of a lot more fun back before the federal government and unelected administrators told us how to eat, breath, reproduce and THIMK!
(Okay, I admit it was all a setup so I could mention the poster! LOL. Ticks me off, I can't find an image of that poster anyplace! Hmmmmmmmmm? Did I burn that many brain cells out in the Age of Aquarius?)
Pal, I could not have put it any better myself. Oh those were the days.
Midwest City is the home of Tinker Air Force Base just east of Oklahoma City.
Man i would love to live in the 40s-50s. i know there were problems, but people had a desire to look nice, classy, and good. same with cars, and almost everytihng else. im a simplistic person, and that era just totally suits my fancy. Not to mention the BABES! id take a curvy girl in a high waisted swim suit with cute curls and red lipstick over a stick figure any day! Luckily i got a gal who fits that criteria
Rat rodders must have gotten inspiration from this picture
Hey, man, don't just talk about it. This is a PHOTO thread. Pictures, we need PICTURES!
"Ladies Rest Room." Hmmmm..... Makes me laugh.
Sort of like saying, "Rest Room for Ladies. You gents
just p--- off!"
With ya on THAT, Y-Blockhead! Looks like the facade is stripped for renovation and rehab, not demolition. HOPEFULLY some HAMBer has some first-hand knowledge of plans for Merle's???
Here's a few goodies from The Jonathon "Whitey" Russell Collection.
Courtesy of murdercycles.com
Clarence Clemons, 69, an original member of the E-Street Band, passed away yesterday in Palm Beach, FLA, as the result of a stroke six days before. "The Big Man" authored a musical resume' few of us could move without use of a wheelbarrow. His mastery of the sax is legendary and meant Clarence NEVER lacked for work. I first heard his sax on Springsteen's "Born to Run" in 1975. Just not a sound you forget! Farewell, Clarence. You did your hometown of Norfolk, VA, proud, man!
"The Boss," backed by "The Big Man"
rest in peace
With ya on THAT, Y-Blockhead! Looks like the facade is stripped for renovation and rehab, not demolition. HOPEFULLY some HAMBer has some first-hand knowledge of plans for Merle's???[/QUOTE]
They are Re-Building as we speak. I just hope they don't "modernize" it too much.
A few more pix I found.
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