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Old 03-16-2008, 08:21 PM   #11
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Bringing new guns/knives to school to show friends and teachers
5 bucks worth of gas would get you through a friday night date
Camping in the nearby hills at 12 or 13 years old without your folks
Getting a daytime drivers license at 14
Riding your bike 10 miles to the lake for a day of fishing

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Old 03-16-2008, 11:06 PM   #12
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never thought of this b4
but with the future looking the way it is my kids might not be able to by there first gun on there own

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Old 03-17-2008, 03:14 AM   #13
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One this that comes to mind, my wife and I just talked about this....
ARMY GREEN, we know this color as army green, our daughter will know army brown or tan.. and think we are nuts..
(our 8 month old daughter's picture is to the left)

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How to dim the car's headlights using your foot.

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How to dim the car's headlights using your foot.
you can or could do that????
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you can or could do that????
Yea on a lot of the old vehicles the dimmer switch was mounted on the floor and you used your left foot to control it. My parents had a 1982 van that was like that. My dad's 78 F-150 was like that also. When they went bad they were only a few bucks to change.
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Ordering pizza and watching a movie on VHS was a friday night tradition
What the sam hill is VHS.
The ABSOLUTE first time man went into space.
The ABOSULTE first time man walked on the moon.
You forgot your lunch money, so the principal of the school gave you money for lunch.
Playing outside after dark.
Remembering the VERY FIRST TIME you saw color tv. (Yeah, it was the Wizard of OZ.)
Remembering where I was when JFK was shot.
Remembering where I was when MLK was shot.
It just goes on, and on, and on.......
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Noboby recycled,Nobody worried about the envorinment

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wow this is making me realize just how much my generation sucks. (im 18)

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wow this is making me realize just how much my generation sucks. (im 18)
There is a big difference in the way people are today because of the things they incountered back in their formative years, I'm 53 and My son is 25 I had not a minutes trouble keeping him out of trouble, He's an Eagle Scout and currently serving in the Navy,.Yes i'm very proud of the fact i can say my son is everything every young man would like to be. If you wanna know the secret to keeping kids out of trouble it's really kinda easy, SPEND LOTS OF TIME WITH THEM and keep them busy, Get them interisted in things in the outdoors like hunting and fishing.
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