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Kiwi TJ

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Our kids walked to school. They learned to use coats and umbrellas and take the uphill path both ways.

They were lucky , in my day we didn’t have coats and umbrellas….. Or even shoes and we used to walk on broken glass to get to school….😂
 

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Found an auto Jeep for the wife. She said NO! She said she wouldn't be caught dead driving a pink Jeep, :cry: I explained to her that it was magenta.

Magenta is a color that is variously defined as purplish-red, reddish-purple or mauvish-crimson. it is located exactly midway between red and blue.
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I had a '93 Harley Low Rider similar in color. Chicks loved it.
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TheBoogieman

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They were lucky , in my day we didn’t have coats and umbrellas….. Or even shoes and we used to walk on broken glass to get to school….😂

You forgot the two feet of snow? ;) I grew up in Vermont. We loved walking to school when it snowed. Entertainment was physical activity back then, not video games and smart phones.
 

TheBoogieman

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Do you mean you had actually get up and walk over to the tv and turn a knob 😭

Yes, and after a couple of years, the knob stripped and we had to use pliers to change the 12 channels. Don't get me started on the aluminum foil on the "rabbit ears" antenna to tune in channels. I don't know how I survived all the hardships. :unsure:
 
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