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  1. EarlP2 commented on That is Priceless 1 day ago

    I’ve always enjoyed your informative comments — usually don’t comment here myself, but often wait until you’ve had time to add yours. I would not be unhappy at all if you would simply post your rewrites.

  2. EarlP2 commented on The Elderberries 1 day ago

    The 50’s? I have very clear memories of celebrating Thanksgiving in the early 40’s, and the only real change to the tradition has been the evolution of televised football! And, as the professor points out, the precedent for such a feast can be traced back to time out of mind. Labelling the Pilgrim feast of 1621 as “The first Thanksgiving”, or even the “The First American Thanksgiving” may not be strictly accurate, but to call it a plot by the government is revisionist history! That feast in 1621 happened to be significant, colorful, and documented. Not a bad choice for a point of reference in history, but I’m sorry if you have a problem with that.

  3. EarlP2 commented on Pluggers 3 days ago

    The size of that black one, with relative small content, is way the later ones are “CD’s”. Ours were definitely not “compact”.

  4. EarlP2 commented on One Big Happy 3 days ago

    Seems to depend on the region, or perhaps ethnic culture — and generation. In my experience many couples refer to, and address, both sets of parents as Mom and Dad.

  5. EarlP2 commented on Pickles 3 days ago

    Still August 26 here — mother’s birthday (96) . She’s been gone over 39 years — and I still miss her.

  6. EarlP2 commented on Shoe 3 days ago

    Learn to live with it, Cosmo — that’s what passes for respect now.

  7. EarlP2 commented on Pickles 3 days ago

    Oops — should not have said that out loud!

  8. EarlP2 commented on Pickles 4 days ago

    According to the late Roger Miller, “A chicken ain’t chicken till it’s licking good fried!”

  9. EarlP2 commented on Pickles 6 days ago

    BTW — “Air Conditioning” in the ’36 Plymouth consisted of a little crank under the wind shield. On a warm day, just turn the crank until you get the desired amount of wind in your face!

  10. EarlP2 commented on Pickles 6 days ago

    My 1st car, a 1936 Plymouth, had vacuum wipers, which were probably pretty much the rule by then. I remember a 1929 Pontiac — vacuum wipers.