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A random picture of kids playing back in the day, 1970s. No cell phones. Your Thoughts Please:

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Beautiful

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I’m this Old !

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Beautiful & talented Jane Seymour‼️❤️

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Back in my day
This was our iPad

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Remember that beautiful blonde in the white ‘57 T-Bird in "American Graffiti!!" not to mention Chrissy on "Three's Company"

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Just Beautiful ❤️

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Karen Anne Carpenter. She had the most beautiful voice I’ve ever heard. She tragically passed away in March 1983, at age 33. This is such a beautiful picture of her

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Do You Remember trying to think of things to do and not having a cell phone or iPad with you? 

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Jamie Lee Curtis...

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When the girls looked like this

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Cyndi Lauper photographed by Annie Leibovitz, 1983.

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The beautiful angel, Sharon Tate Born on January 24, 1943, Died on August 9, 1969. Sharon was an aspiring actress, best known for her role in “ Valley of the Dolls.” She was pregnant at the time of her murder, August 9, 1969. Four of her friends were also murdered. The 70’s ushered in this horrendous crime, and an introduction to a Charles Manson cult. I was just a kid, and I was fixated with a mass murdering cult. RIP Sharon, never to be forgotten.

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Me back in 1973, I’m 70 now. Sure miss those days, born 1954

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The woman from the 70s are naturally more beautiful

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Wesley Snipes 61,
Wil Smith 55,
Eddy Murphy 63,
and Martin Lawrence 58.

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Pippi Longstocking now & then.
Inger Nilsson played Pippi Longstocking on the Swedish TV series in 1969, and in Pippi movies in 1970.

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The Horse Manure Problem of 1894
The 15 to 30 pounds of manure produced daily by each beast multiplied by the 150,000+ horses in New York city resulted in more than three million pounds of horse manure per day that somehow needed to be disposed of. That’s not to mention the daily 40,000 gallons of horse urine.
In other words, cities reeked. As Morris says, the “stench was omnipresent.” Here are some fun bits from his article:
Urban streets were minefields that needed to be navigated with the greatest care. “Crossing sweepers” stood on street corners; for a fee they would clear a path through the mire for pedestrians. Wet weather turned the streets into swamps and rivers of muck, but dry weather brought little improvement; the manure turned to dust, which was then whipped up by the wind, choking pedestrians and coating buildings. . . even when it had been removed from the streets the manure piled up faster than it could be disposed of . . . early in the century farmers were happy to pay good money for the manure, by the end of the 1800s stable owners had to pay to have it carted off. As a result of this glut . . . vacant lots in cities across America became piled high with manure; in New York these sometimes rose to forty and even sixty feet.
We need to remind ourselves that horse manure is an ideal breeding ground for flies, which spread disease. Morris reports that deadly outbreaks of typhoid and “infant diarrheal diseases can be traced to spikes in the fly population.”
Comparing fatalities associated with horse-related accidents in 1916 Chicago versus automobile accidents in 1997, he concludes that people were killed nearly seven times more often back in the good old days. The reasons for this are straightforward: . . horse-drawn vehicles have an engine with a mind of its own. The skittishness of horses added a dangerous level of unpredictability to nineteenth-century transportation. This was particularly true in a bustling urban environment, full of surprises that could shock and spook the animals. Horses often stampeded, but a more common danger came from horses kicking, biting, or trampling bystanders. Children were particularly at risk.
Falls, injuries, and maltreatment also took a toll on the horses themselves. Data cited by Morris indicates that, in 1880, more than 3 dozen dead horses were cleared from New York streets each day (nearly 15,000 a year).

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I haven't heard much about what she's doing nowadays. But back in the day I really had a crush on this cutie. Who else loved the sound of folk-rock singer Linda Ronstadt? Damn she was so cute!!!

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1977
Candy Loving

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Judd Nelson, Rob Lowe and Michael J Fox

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Edith Steiner, a Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust, and John Mackay, the Scottish Soldier that saved her. They were married July 17th, 1946, and will be celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary this year!

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My 1st Modified. Around 1975

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Happy 64th birthday to Valerie Anne Bertinelli (born April 23, 1960). She is an American actress and television personality. She first achieved recognition as an adolescent, portraying Barbara Cooper Royer on the sitcom One Day at a Time (1975–1984), for which she won two Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film. She subsequently earned adult stardom as Gloria on the religious drama series Touched by an Angel (2001–2003), and Melanie Moretti on the sitcom Hot in Cleveland (2010–2015), which brought her a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. In 2012, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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1948 McDonald’s began as a small hamburger stand in San Bernardino, Calif. Two brothers, Dick and Maurice "Mac" McDonald, opened the stand in 1940 as "McDonald's Bar-B-Q." They later shut it down and reopened it in 1948, with a pared-down menu of just nine items, including hamburgers (15 cents) cheeseburgers (19 cents)

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...1949 Oldsmobile Futuramic 88 Club Coupe 11591 coupes were made. The high compression overhead valve V8 (303.7 cid ) created 135 horsepower.
The Futuramic 88 dominated NASCAR stock-car racing into 1951 because of its high horsepower to weight ratio. Cost new was $1,878 = $18,841.39 in 2016

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....1959 Cadillac, Lincoln, And Imperial

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...Name that rear end? Quickly, before it gets magically removed ....... Again ☹️

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.....1966 Chevy Impala

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...1972 Dino Monza 3.6 Evo. A 246 GTS that has been tastefully modified and hotrodded with a naturally aspirated 400bhp 3.6L V8 derived from the Dino 2.9L engine block. The car also feature MoTec ECU, rebuilt 328 gearbox, updated suspension, brakes, revised interior etc. Built by UK based Moto Technique for a prominant Ferrari collector in California.

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