Native English speaker, born and raised in SoCal. Picked up a smattering of Hebrew in Israel. Took Spanish in high school but have forgotten most...
It seems that NBC Broadcast Standards no longer objected to navels by the 1967-68 season. We saw exposed female midriffs in "Mirror, Mirror" and...
It's "Tío Taco." Tío means uncle in Spanish.
From Golden Earring's "Radar Love":
The radio's playing some forgotten song
Brenda Lee's comin' on strong . . .
I always heard that as "friendly...
1960s slogan: "Make love, not war!"
1980s slogan: "Make war -- it's safer!"
In the silent film days, cameras were hand-cranked and the usual frame rate was 16-18 FPS. When sound-on-film (optical soundtrack) came in, the...
My favorite toys were always construction sets. I loved the Kenner Girder and Panel sets and their companion piece, the Bridge and Turnpike sets....
Apple Bonkers from Yellow Submarine
Gomez Addams bobbing for apples in The Addams Family
They were required by Federal law in all new cars beginning with the 1968 model year.
New York City police car:
National flag of Finland:
In 1960s and early '70s television, just about any approximately human-sized creature, monster or alien was probably Janos Prohaska.
I guess you've never been into building model kits, then.
An eight-track tape player. Anyone else here old enough to remember these?
Savannah cats are easily leash-trained. But then, a Savannah isn't exactly your typical cat.
That reminds me of the 1999 movie The Cider House Rules. I know "rules" in that context is a noun, but it could also be a verb: "The Cider House...
For that matter, has anyone ever fucked someone's brains in?
Yeah, that ignorant, uninformed attitude tees me off as well. Just because some people abuse opiate/opioid drugs and some doctors overprescribe...
I used to think it meant someone from Las Vegas. :)
S.H.A.D.O. Moonbase, U.F.O.
U.N.C.L.E. Headquarters, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
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