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fpaquet
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sigh.....I remember them all

FP


   
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TerrySlekar
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yes, Yes, YES to all of them!

Zeeky Banutski
The People’s Republic of Maryland


   
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Ed Davis
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I remember 18 of 20.

Ed Davis
Inverness, Illinois, USA


   
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Bob Jackman
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@terryslekar I remember them all as well.


   
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Mike DeTorrice
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Yep, like Bob, all of them.


   
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David H
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"Older than dirt"?  Yes, since these are mostly 1950's.  I had to look up that Black Jack chewing gum, and found it's again in production.  I'm still not interested in it. 


   
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John Napoli
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Well I guess I am older than Dirt!


   
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Frank Reed
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East Braintree MA was “Victor”

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Brush
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I'm definitely, "Older than Dirt". 


   
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Jack Dodds
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@frank Victoria, British Columbia's telephone prefixes were EV (for evergreen) and GR (for granite).  In 1958 our number was EV5-7070...lol.  Regarding the unforgettable TV shows....I'm sure most of us recall having to continually be adjusting the "rabbit ears" on the TV set.  I vividly recall in 1960 my folks bought a new TV-Record Player-Radio cabinet combination set (black and white TV of course).  The neighborhood was abuzz with the news and many local kids came to see it.  Such simple times.  Doesn't seem like 60+ years ago........

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