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Sigh… You’re really old if you remember these… Note- There were only six colors in the original boxes, by the 1950s there were EIGHT colors (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown, and black) in the school crayon boxes… And … Continue reading

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Are you old enough to remember these??? Pennies anyone??? The original search engine… sigh How many places did you see this stuff as a kid? Used to be a nickel a package… I cried when they went up to a … Continue reading

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I wonder how many of the kids today could run our old radar system… Tubes, manually tuned ‘maggie’, old school stuff. No fancy joysticks or anything else… And a recce question… Where is this? Answer below the fold. … Continue reading

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A picture from back in the day… I was skinny and had hair even! This was 85/86, taken in Taromina, IT on an obvious day off… LOL   … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s the ‘little things’ that take you back… WSF had this pic on his blog yesterday, so I ‘borrowed’ it, since it reminded me of growing up when this was legal and the fact that we used to shoot … Continue reading

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Grumble… Went digging through drawers looking for one of the little Victorinox pocket knives, but it was nowhere to be found… But, I did find a few other things I ‘thought’ were somewhere else! And it’s full of .22s!!! And … Continue reading

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Sailors… Sadly, still true today… LOL And speaking of sailors, how many of you remember running these… If you did any time in a holding pool, you probably got really good with them… LOL   … Continue reading

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Opposites… In more ways than one… Shemya AK, north Pacific ocean. Colder than… You know what… Saw minus 30 on a ‘good’ day when we went in there for gas. Misirah, Oman, Indian Ocean. Hotter than blue blazes most of … Continue reading

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This one goes back a LONG time… There is a strong possibility the gent in the white hat, left background is my maternal grandfather, James Clark. I ran across this picture while doing some research. At least 26 people were … Continue reading

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