Face-to-face real communication back then:
usedtobebabson wrote:Everyone was serious about peace, walked the walk, and shared a common mesmerizing feeling that it was all possible. Back then people talked to each other face to face with more real communication.
Ever feel like you're with the wrong crowd
A play in seven and a half acts
Three children of god approach each other outside a headshop.
Hippie #1: Far out, man!
Hippie #2: Groovy, dude.
Hippie #3: Can you dig it, brother?
Hippie #1: What a scene!
Hippie #2: Hang loose!
Hippie #3: It's a happening place!
Hippie #1: What a gas!
Hippie #2: A real trip!
Hippie #3: I thought it was a bummer, a stone bummer!
Hippie #1: It was a drag sort of.
Hippie #2: I thought it was going to draw the heat. You know Mr. Pig.
Hippie #3: You got any bread?
Hippie #1: No and I ain't holding either.
Hippie #2: Guess I'll crash then.
Hippie #3. I'm gonna split too. Go ball the old lady back at the pad.
Hippie #1, Catch ya later. It was a gas, rapping with ya.
Hippie #2: Hang loose.
Hippie #3: See you at the love-in.
"The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it." — George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950)