Am I wrong or do your packs have 25 cigs each? If so and if there are still 10
packs to a carton, then yours have 25% more cigarettes. Still pricy, but works
to about $39 US per 100 cig carton. I think that Marlboros are now about $38 or
so in PA as they just kicked the tax up another $3.50. Good thing I quit a
couple years ago.
Scored 24 out of 25.
#3-- a pack in my desk right now
#7-- presume you mean telephone, two rings.
#14--in the closet
#16--in the storage shed
#18--that's not old, I remember helping my mother make
copies using pans of geletain
#19--package in the drawer, little ones, number 5s, #11
#22--still have my first one
#23--there are still drive-ins
#25--you mean with a motor? That came later. We had to
turn ours by hand because we had no eletricity.
#11 is a no. Didn't have a telephone at our house until I
was in the 7th grade and they didn't use words.
Ah, yes! The old double feature. I think they used to cost about a quarter and
eat an ENTIRE afternoon.
"If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave
it to. " Dorothy Parker
It's there alright, for now.
Maybe we can buy ours from Mr. Beasley and see about making it the second
community-owned drive-in in the state.
Those FM thingies sound interesting. Ours has pole speakers that have been
in service since 1952. Audio quality is not the best, shall we say.
These things' days are numbered no matter what though. Nobody is going to
pay $BIGNUM for one of those digital projectors, and celluloid film is
about to go the way of LPs.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan < firstname.lastname@example.org>
Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621
On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 21:41:58 -0500 (EST), email@example.com
Yeh me too. Depressing aint it?
And you can qualify for the older than older than dirt medal if you
Penicillan when it came as a huge yellow pill big enough to choke a
Gasoline, sugar and tire rationing.
That purple salve used to treat wounds on animals.
The taste of the soybean meal normally reserved for the ol' milk cow.
The night Glen Miller came to town.
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