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Re: reactions please

Postby usedtobebabson on Tue Sep 28, 2010 1:52 pm

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 :roll:
Where have all the young men gone? Long time passing
Where have all the young men gone? Long time ago
Where have all the young men gone? Gone for soldiers every one
When will they ever learn? When will they ever learn?
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Re: reactions please

Postby oldblue on Tue Sep 28, 2010 3:22 pm

usedtobebabson wrote:
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 :roll:


Face-to-face real communication back then:
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.

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Re: reactions please

Postby Susan Butcher on Tue Sep 28, 2010 8:23 pm

True OB. You don't need a mobile to talk shit.
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Re: reactions please

Postby Susan Butcher on Wed Sep 29, 2010 9:34 am

You look like Rowan Atkinson?!
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hi everybody I am noob here

Postby Beemacync on Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:22 pm

hi everybody I am newbie here

I just found this community from researching several keywords for my school project. I just wanted to say hi to everyone. Thanks!
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Re: reactions please

Postby psychy on Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:50 pm

I think that one song cannot change the world either....that's why I do not like cheesy tunes like Scorpion's Wind of Change where, according to them, after the fall of the (obnoxious!!) Wall, the world would have been a better place :twisted: :twisted: ....NOT only isn't it a better place, but it has worsened triple-wise!!!:):).
Having said that, my thoughts go to the American people (whom I respect very much) when they elected Reagan in the 80s and his INfamous colleague Bu$h in recent times!!:)......I think Americans Have a short memory because they had THEIR OWN LITTLE Revolution where they KICKED out KIng George's kingdom.....so the REvolution should NOT be a "dirty" word nor should it be banned from the peoples' speech:):)
LEST WE FORGET:)



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