Discussion in 'The Bar' started by boeing46, Oct 3, 2010.
I'll feel my way around for awhile and I'm looking scared.
Hey Boing! Welcome bro!
Thanks Dawg, I was wondering where everybody had gone from the other place.
Hopefully this will be a peaceful place.
I don't know about peaceful but we stamp out mults here.
welcome ..nice to meet you...
You don't want it to be TOO peaceful. Then it'll be as boring as The Howard Stern Show circa 2010. Jus sayin....
You have always made me laugh and have been one of my favorites.
Class of '73!
Thank you. God bless you and your kind words.
Freshmen. Class of 70 underachieved way better than you all
Folks are kind here, maybe just being on their best behavior at first.
True Colors will start showing.
Uh Oh, Class of 70. Just went to my 40th reunion. There was nothing but old people there. The chicks that were hot were ugly and fat and the same with the dudes.
I got in my Vette and went to a happening place. Damn that was depressing.
Born in '73!
Born in 74. Class of 92. But my soul is pure geezer.
73?! u r just a baby -- i was born 70 -- i assumed u were in your late 40s, i suppose because of your sfn av
That's Artie's mug shot in my av. Also I always consider the mileage and not the years when it comes to age. I'm a bit of a rental car.
Nah, I was a sophomore in '70. Same year they started integrating the schools. It was hard keeping up back then.
In elementary school, they were properly called "colored people". By Jr. High, they were "negroes". And by high school, they had become "blacks".
They brought in 3 bus loads of blacks. Everyone had their guard up at first, but nobody was sure why. And there were tons of fights, because everyone's knee was jerking, but nobody was sure why.
About 3 weeks later, everybody was down at Turner Park on lunch break smokin' dope together.
Those were the days, my friend!
I'm not sure when the African-American thing kicked in though.