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You are very welcome Petsmom!
Enjoyed this one, Mimi. Thanks.
You are so welcome Rob!Elfie I graduated from High School in 1952, was married in 1956, so I'm definitely in the from the 50's range.
Actually - how many of you are from the 50's or before? I don't think it's awfully far away really, do you??
Good one Mimi - thanks.
One from the era of the 50's would not "suddenly" appear....it would be a gradual appearance, made one step at a time, and with dignity! :)
Uh oh, BJ, do you think we should be worried?????????
OMG this makes sense for some reason.
That they came too late for the 40's!! Such a pity for them!! Thanks so very much Mimi!!
You are very welcome Patti.
LOL! Love it! Thanks, Mimi!
Ha Ha Ha - Laughing with everyone, Mimi! :D))
You are so welcome Judipie. Glad you stopped by!
Truly LOL!! Now I want to use this device to send this to everyone in my contact list!! I'm from the '40s and I love the technology of today (when it works!) Tks for a good laugh!!
You are so right Tatinha! Thanks for stopping by.Talking to ghosts, Pat - who me???????? Only sometimes!Hi Ank, you old? Never!Thanks for stopping by Kathygoog, so glad I could make you laugh! Laughing's good!You know, that's kind of sad Denise. I think about how we used to come home from school and hop on our bikes, or skates or whatever, and have a great time together!
How about that kids dont play cowboys and crooks but sit inside with high tech machines.
OMGoodness ~ Not too many puzzles make me laugh out loud, but this one is GREAT!! The last sentence is just perfect!!! Thanks for sharing
Well let me think of my father(a little bit later). How do I tell him that I'm an old woman now, and not his little baby
Oooooops! LOL! I erased my comment because I realized that I was wrong! So let me rephrase it so you won't look like you're talking to ghosts!As someone from the 1950's (and before!), I find the second to be more difficult to believe. After all, Dick Tracy had a wrist watch that was also a primitive cell phone back then! (I had said it also had video, but I just googled it, and apparently that was my addition, not the comic strip's!).
or to do puzzles!! lol
Me too Pat! Good morning to you!