You didn't leave enough of the post you replied to, to make your post
I wasn't the one who said, "British pop group of the 60's, 70's and
So no one, including me, knows what you are on about.
Vinyl? Which world are you living in? Real record players play shellac
discs. We had one my father bought at an auction that even had with it
some old Columbia discs that were recorded at 80rpm -- and the player
had a setting for that.
79 cents a gallon on Long Island, NY in 1998 or thereabouts.
Mechanical adding machines, then electronic calculators. The first
4-function electronic calculator I saw cost approx. $100.
On Thu, 28 Jan 2010 19:22:32 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
My tiki bar has a couple of relics in it. THe rotary pay phone works
and the cypress knot clock in the upper right corner baffles most
people younger than 40. There are no numbers on it.
BTW that "Billy Bass" is probably the first one ever in Lee County
Florida. My mother in law brought it down from Atlanta
On Sat, 30 Jan 2010 22:26:21 -0500, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Shucks, thought I was close. If Big Carlos Pass bridge it the tallest
one on that route (old age has me) - I dove from the peak, into the
channel. Was that 70 - 80 foot dive? Water feels like concrete at
that height, even head first.
Anyway, those are stomping grounds. I hear tell Bonita Springs is
becoming a metropolis.
It is solid now from South Ft Myers to Naples. Estero went from 2000
people to 20,000 in 10 years. It isn't just the light at Corkscrew
now. Bonita is a city but the Pipers and the Nelsons are still running
On Sun, 31 Jan 2010 02:24:03 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
Dang. As a kid, Ft Myers was a population of 25,000.
We took a ferry over to Sanibel Island, before the bridge. The Edison
bridge was the only path across the river in those days...
Dad worked on some of the later bridges (Sanibel, Cape Coral). He
worked to build some of the first 1,000 (?) homes in Cape Coral.
LOL - people should visit Corkscrew swamp.
Don't blame him- if it was inside all of its life, it should be good for
another 40 years. I foolishly stored most of my collection of 'real'
phones like that in the outside storage cubby of the apartment I used to
live in, and the humidity got to a lot of them and rusted them
internally. I hardly ever see real phones at garage sales any more, so
I am reduced to mixing pieces and parts together when I need to come up
with a running one.
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