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post #1 of 5 Old 03-25-2013, 04:25 AM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 5 Old 03-25-2013, 08:01 AM
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Well, ya got to watch it, because your heart demands it.

To me, it harkens back to the trips I took as a kid with the family back to Oklahoma, Dad visiting all the places of his childhood (which, unfortunately were no where near as happy and together as that) but he wanted to show us his roots. Those gents would have been drinking the little nickel bottles of Dr. Pepper from an old machine back then, all seven ounces.

That's a piece of goodness in a very wary and worn world.

Not an "Eazy Trak" to be found in the place, and a jaw key with a handle bent to bejesus, but still as useful as the day it came out of the factory.

That's quite the heartfelt find, Rich.

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+1 That was a great video. People like that built this country.

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These are some of the luckiest guys in America. Reminds me a little of my days underground in the mines in the early 70's. I only hope we never completely loose this kind of culture. God bless'em

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