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(News and Tribune)   School opens time capsule buried by H.S. class of '79. Doobie Bros tickets, cutoff jeans, Fleetwood Mac album, empty Jack Daniels bottle. Unlike today's CYA and PC administrators... no one has a problem with this   (newsandtribune.com) divider line 248
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2012-11-30 10:34:33 AM  
Children of the 70's listened to: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd.

Children of the children of the 70's listened to: Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears.

I rest my case.

/And the first sumbiatch that says "Bay City Rollers" gets a swirly AND a purple nurple!
 
2012-11-30 10:35:07 AM  

ChipNASA: MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade, but we managed to run an almost exact repeat less than 40 years later

MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade,
--------------
BBBBZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT

Try again sport. I lived through it.

I watched the helicopters land on the roof of the embassy in Saigon. I also watched as they pushed aircraft off the carrier decks to make room for the incoming refugees.

/ my lawn, you know the drill


Buddy, who the fark do you think you're telling?
 
2012-11-30 10:35:21 AM  

ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.


In 1979... yeah. Your troll-fu is WEAK!
 
2012-11-30 10:35:25 AM  

ChipNASA: Mr.Hawk: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

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You GET jokes.


Somebody had to! Mucho vagina sand in this thread!
 
2012-11-30 10:35:36 AM  

RickN99: Wow, they sound like every generation since the dawn of time.


Citrate1007: These stupid farkers created the snowflake generation(s)


This is my generation too (I'm almost 50). That's what pisses me off. Sure I may have coddled my kids more than I was but I'm never thought that I was going to prevent my kids from participating in sex, drugs and rock n roll.

My statement to both Boys when they became teenagers was "There is NOTHING that you can say, think or do that I myself hasn't said, thought or done. If you fark up, don't be afraid to face it and deal with it, that's how you learn. Don't lie to me and I'll be there to help you through it."

I have a couple of pretty well adjusted adult children now.
 
2012-11-30 10:35:43 AM  

Mr.Hawk: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

[i478.photobucket.com image 444x332]


Here's your cookie.

hcgchicago.com
 
2012-11-30 10:36:03 AM  

ChipNASA: I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies


If you're going to quote me, DO IT FARKING RIGHT!!!!!!
rantventrant.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-11-30 10:36:05 AM  
Same here....18 year old drinking age. No one gave a crap...smoked a lot of weed...girls put out like there was no tomorrow...good times indeed...Want to hear a CSB?.My high school stretched for one block and had doors at either end. In the five minutes between classes all the smokers, students and teachers, would walk outside from one end to the other smoking their cigarette. Thats right, I said TEACHERS and STUDENTS...I cant even fathom that now...Good times indeed...Fast Times at Ridgemenot High and Dazed and Confused are the best movies reflecting that era. And yes, we all looked like this:

www.nedderweb.com.
 
2012-11-30 10:36:46 AM  

Spartacus Outlaw: No, I think these kids' kids are grown up now.


I have quite a few classmates that still have teenage kids. (class of 82)
 
2012-11-30 10:36:59 AM  

ChipNASA: MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade, but we managed to run an almost exact repeat less than 40 years later

MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade,
--------------
BBBBZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT

Try again sport. I lived through it.

I watched the helicopters land on the roof of the embassy in Saigon. I also watched as they pushed aircraft off the carrier decks to make room for the incoming refugees.

/ my lawn, you know the drill


In '79?
 
2012-11-30 10:37:00 AM  
Why do they open time capsules that were buried such a short time ago? Isn't the whole Idea behind them to leave something for future generations to find? I always thought they should be left alone for at least 100 years
 
2012-11-30 10:37:06 AM  

PainInTheASP: Children of the 70's listened to: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd.

Children of the children of the 70's listened to: Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears.

I rest my case.

/And the first sumbiatch that says "Bay City Rollers" gets a swirly AND a purple nurple!


Ramones, Sex Pistola, and Clash. That is all.
 
2012-11-30 10:37:11 AM  
Clayton, who was principal from 1976 to 1983, said taking a look at what his students included, he could take a guess at who left what. For example, he knew the cutoff denim shorts belonged to one of his former students and current bus drivers, Shawna Allen

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Don't ask her to put the shorts on. If you do, the bunny will get it.
 
2012-11-30 10:37:11 AM  

Pair-o-Dice: Majick Thise: I am sure (having been in HS at that time) that the doobie brothers tix were in place of the real doobies that the students weren't allowed to include

I was gonna ask why the columbian gold was mysteriously absent.


Somebody dug that up in 1983.
 
2012-11-30 10:37:46 AM  
Graduated in '75.
Emptied that bottle of Jack.
 
2012-11-30 10:38:20 AM  

Ronnie_Zman: ChipNASA: I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies

If you're going to quote me, DO IT FARKING RIGHT!!!!!!
[rantventrant.files.wordpress.com image 444x332]


OK so I was paraphrasing....because of the PTSD
unrealitymag.com
 
2012-11-30 10:38:28 AM  

PainInTheASP: Your parents were cooler than you will ever be.


I'm class of '81. Even my college-age daughter will freely admit that I'm cooler than she is.
 
2012-11-30 10:39:42 AM  

beachboy: Same here....18 year old drinking age. No one gave a crap...smoked a lot of weed...girls put out like there was no tomorrow...good times indeed...Want to hear a CSB?.My high school stretched for one block and had doors at either end. In the five minutes between classes all the smokers, students and teachers, would walk outside from one end to the other smoking their cigarette. Thats right, I said TEACHERS and STUDENTS...I cant even fathom that now...Good times indeed...Fast Times at Ridgemenot High and Dazed and Confused are the best movies reflecting that era. And yes, we all looked like this:

[www.nedderweb.com image 225x320].


There's the rub.
 
2012-11-30 10:41:48 AM  

Trivia Jockey: I know, it was a joke. I'm a huge Scotch aficionado.


I'm glad that you were joking and wish that I'd slept enough to appreciate it.

PainInTheASP: Children of the 70's listened to: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd.

Children of the children of the 70's listened to: Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears.


Children of the 70s listened to David Cassidy, Leif Garrett, and other such pop crap because that's what kids listen to regardless of era. Hell I listened to Technotronik, Paula Abdul and Debbie Gibson and whatnot in middle school and guess what? I grew out of it. Check your rose-tinted glasses for schmutz.

ChipNASA: You GET jokes.


Yeah, even though you can rant this was obviously satire from the get-go. I read it in Walter Sobchak's voice.
 
2012-11-30 10:43:57 AM  

factoryconnection: Children of the 70s listened to David Cassidy, Leif Garrett, and other such pop crap


True children listened to that crap. Once you turned 13 in the 70s, you switched the radio from AM to FM.
 
2012-11-30 10:46:01 AM  

shastacola: Once you turned 13 in the 70s, you switched the radio from AM to FM


And back in the day the DJs did their own programming too...Crash on KLOL (Houston) for example. May Buddha, Allah, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, trees, mushrooms, and Isadora Duncan rest both of their souls...
 
2012-11-30 10:46:09 AM  

shastacola: factoryconnection: Children of the 70s listened to David Cassidy, Leif Garrett, and other such pop crap

True children listened to that crap. Once you turned 13 in the 70s, you switched the radio from AM to FM.


Nostalgia for an age that never existed.
 
2012-11-30 10:46:14 AM  
Went to Army basic on 1 June 79. I 'graduated' a semester early with the preggers. The school was trying to stop the baby boom by getting the pregnant girls out of the school before they could convince the next bunch to keep the kid. Prior to this, the pregged girl disappeared for a year. If she returned, she was no longer the party hardy type. Just sullen and morose.

The school said that if you had 16 1/4 credits, you could walk on January. So the end of first semester after a class load of Building Trades (build a house from 8 to 11 am), Basic Electricity, Woodworking and Basic Auto Shop (never left the shop teacher's classroom) I graduated. I then spent a few months working for a pest control company spraying diatholon(?) under people's homes before reporting to Basic training with horribly swollen feet and hands (from using the aforementioned diatholon(?))
 
2012-11-30 10:46:36 AM  
I was born in '68 and the '70s were my childhood. It was the most godawful decade in all of history. Tacky clothes, tacky cars, tacky furniture, tacky hairstyles. And everything was dirty, falling apart or on fire except the things that were dirty, falling apart AND on fire. And as for those of you extolling the freewheeling sex and drugs vibe, well you guys ruined everything. If you'd shown a little farking self-restraint we would have things like AIDS and the war on drugs. You dug too greedily and too deep.
 
2012-11-30 10:47:03 AM  

stevetherobot: beachboy: Same here....18 year old drinking age. No one gave a crap...smoked a lot of weed...girls put out like there was no tomorrow...good times indeed...Want to hear a CSB?.My high school stretched for one block and had doors at either end. In the five minutes between classes all the smokers, students and teachers, would walk outside from one end to the other smoking their cigarette. Thats right, I said TEACHERS and STUDENTS...I cant even fathom that now...Good times indeed...Fast Times at Ridgemenot High and Dazed and Confused are the best movies reflecting that era. And yes, we all looked like this:

[www.nedderweb.com image 225x320].

There's the rub.


Hey we all looked like that. In twenty years your kids will be making fun of your One Direction hairdo.
 
2012-11-30 10:48:46 AM  

Majick Thise: I am sure (having been in HS at that time) that the doobie brothers tix were in place of the real doobies that the students weren't allowed to include


Came for weed reference, leaving satisfied.
 
2012-11-30 10:48:52 AM  

StrikitRich: Must have been a flashback.


Or the brown acid.
 
2012-11-30 10:49:05 AM  
Chlordane. It was probably Chlordane not Diatholon. They sound alike. Just like Bolton and Ipswich.
 
2012-11-30 10:49:35 AM  

Citrate1007: I have some of those kids who are driving buses for me now.

Way to chase your dreams....


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2012-11-30 10:49:41 AM  

Dancin_In_Anson: shastacola: Once you turned 13 in the 70s, you switched the radio from AM to FM

And back in the day the DJs did their own programming too...Crash on KLOL (Houston) for example. May Buddha, Allah, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, trees, mushrooms, and Isadora Duncan rest both of their souls...


We had WABX in Detroit. I would love to hear a couple of hours circa 1973 WABX right now.
 
2012-11-30 10:49:52 AM  
The Class of 2012 will be paying it forward by including all of those items in their time capsule.

However, they will be adding the following items to represent hopey-changey: a 4 Gigabyte thumb drive of web memes, an Obama HOPE t-shirt that got 17 class members expelled from school, a plastic cop-killer gun that did not get anybody expelled from anywhere, and enough bath salts to make kids of the future wonder why the kids of 2012 wasted so much water, dooming the kids of 2062 to taking one minute sponge baths in mass detention at the Obamaland HSC (Homeland Security Centers). Messianic Obama is God! God proposes but the class of 2062 disposes!
 
2012-11-30 10:53:05 AM  

stevetherobot: I was born in '68 and the '70s were my childhood. It was the most godawful decade in all of history. Tacky clothes, tacky cars, tacky furniture, tacky hairstyles. And everything was dirty, falling apart or on fire except the things that were dirty, falling apart AND on fire. And as for those of you extolling the freewheeling sex and drugs vibe, well you guys ruined everything. If you'd shown a little farking self-restraint we would not have things like AIDS and the war on drugs. You dug too greedily and too deep.


FTFM
 
2012-11-30 10:54:57 AM  

beachboy: stevetherobot: beachboy: Same here....18 year old drinking age. No one gave a crap...smoked a lot of weed...girls put out like there was no tomorrow...good times indeed...Want to hear a CSB?.My high school stretched for one block and had doors at either end. In the five minutes between classes all the smokers, students and teachers, would walk outside from one end to the other smoking their cigarette. Thats right, I said TEACHERS and STUDENTS...I cant even fathom that now...Good times indeed...Fast Times at Ridgemenot High and Dazed and Confused are the best movies reflecting that era. And yes, we all looked like this:

[www.nedderweb.com image 225x320].

There's the rub.

Hey we all looked like that. In twenty years your kids will be making fun of your One Direction hairdo.


I didn't have a trendy hairdo back in the '80s, but yeah, they should make fun of it.
 
2012-11-30 10:55:54 AM  

Look Of Disapproval: My sister was class of '79. In my state, it was legal to drink at 18, so virtually all of the graduating seniors could.


Class of 77 and yeah that was a great time. The fundies were still the "silent" majority unlike the "belligerent" majority they are now. No such thing as AIDS (as far as we knew) Muscle cars.(I had a 69 GTO judge at the time) Cheap gas. Drinking age was 18 and we had open campus at school.
 
2012-11-30 10:56:19 AM  

Harry Freakstorm: I then spent a few months working for a pest control company spraying diatholon(?) under people's homes before reporting to Basic training with horribly swollen feet and hands (from using the aforementioned diatholon(?))


Diazinon.

Bad shiat.

Link
 
2012-11-30 10:56:33 AM  

PainInTheASP: Children of the 70's listened to: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd.

Children of the children of the 70's listened to: Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears.

I rest my case.

/And the first sumbiatch that says "Bay City Rollers" gets a swirly AND a purple nurple!


And back when REO Speedwagon was cool. You know, before they sold their souls like Styx did.
 
2012-11-30 10:56:55 AM  

beachboy: Same here....18 year old drinking age. No one gave a crap...smoked a lot of weed...girls put out like there was no tomorrow...good times indeed...Want to hear a CSB?.My high school stretched for one block and had doors at either end. In the five minutes between classes all the smokers, students and teachers, would walk outside from one end to the other smoking their cigarette. Thats right, I said TEACHERS and STUDENTS...I cant even fathom that now...Good times indeed...Fast Times at Ridgemenot High and Dazed and Confused are the best movies reflecting that era. And yes, we all looked like this:

[www.nedderweb.com image 225x320].



I went to an all boys catholic school. and yes, teachers and students smoked during breaks. picture is true, sans hair at the private school. amazing how much boys tried to hide their long hair. biatches. at my twenty year the same "dean" of students was still telling alum to cut their hair. I hope he was joking, but not sure.

/brother Martin.
 
2012-11-30 10:57:23 AM  
No roach clip or packet of JOBs? Pfffft. Amateurs.
 
2012-11-30 10:59:54 AM  

Dancin_In_Anson: Spartacus Outlaw: No, I think these kids' kids are grown up now.

I have quite a few classmates that still have teenage kids. (class of 82)


No kidding? I was class of 82, and I was 2 years younger than everyone else, and I can't imagine having teenage kids now. Of course, I never had any kids, so that may have something to do with it. Are the kids 18 or 19, at least?
 
2012-11-30 11:00:43 AM  

PainInTheASP: Children of the 70's listened to: Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath Pink Floyd. ABBA, The Carpenters, Bee Gees

Children of the children of the 70's listened to: Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears Soundgarden, Incubus, and GANGNAM STYLE! :D

 
2012-11-30 11:02:06 AM  

JackieRabbit: No roach clip or packet of JOBs? Pfffft. Amateurs.


Ahhh, the 70s roach clip. I remember people would openly clip them to the visor in their car and let the feathers blow in the wind. Good times.
 
2012-11-30 11:02:09 AM  

Harry Freakstorm: Chlordane. It was probably Chlordane not Diatholon. They sound alike. Just like Bolton and Ipswich.


Ah. Thought you were talking about diazinon - which we used to spray under houses for ants and fleas. It gave me headaches like you wouldn't believe.

Had it been my high school - well, I went to a military school. They played hard ball about drugs, including bringing the dogs around randomly to sniff for pot in the lockers. But, in true military fashion, they didn't give a shiat about alcohol or underaged drinking so our time capsule would have been filled with Bud tallboys, Boone's Farm, and "Military Special" vodka, which was also good for getting bugs off your windshield.

/and Allman Bros tix
 
2012-11-30 11:02:14 AM  

ChipNASA: I was over in NAM


Is that you, Hiroo?
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Link
 
2012-11-30 11:04:20 AM  

Dancin_In_Anson: RickN99: Wow, they sound like every generation since the dawn of time.

Citrate1007: These stupid farkers created the snowflake generation(s)

This is my generation too (I'm almost 50). That's what pisses me off. Sure I may have coddled my kids more than I was but I'm never thought that I was going to prevent my kids from participating in sex, drugs and rock n roll.

My statement to both Boys when they became teenagers was "There is NOTHING that you can say, think or do that I myself hasn't said, thought or done. If you fark up, don't be afraid to face it and deal with it, that's how you learn. Don't lie to me and I'll be there to help you through it."

I have a couple of pretty well adjusted adult children now.




Pretty much THIS. I was fairly high-strung in high school because my brother was a hard-core trouble maker (stoned on weed, hash, booze, and coke most of the time and putting my parents through hell) and in the middle of all this my sister was killed in an unrelated incident. I didn't want to cause trouble, but at the same time I held myself back from a fair amount of fun.

Anyway, I'm teaching my boys what "Dancin" said. I told them they will feel the need to break away, try stuff, and generally grow up. Just grow up smart, like don't try to drink a whole bottle of Jack in one sitting and get alcohol poisoning, don't drive drunk, and stay away from the weird party drugs & meth they have these days. If they fark up, call me to help fix it. They'll have to face the consequences, but probably lower consequences if an adult shows them how to navigate the system.

My wife was a little bit of a trouble maker in school and is way more high-strung about the boys than I am, so go figure that one out.

Also, everyone should teach their kids one thing--IF ARRESTED, NEVER TALK TO THE COPS. Say nothing except to demand a lawyer and phone call.

/Cop friends teach this to their kids, and said I should, too.
 
2012-11-30 11:04:51 AM  

Spartacus Outlaw: Are the kids 18 or 19, at least?


I know of one that just had a kid (WTF?!!!!) one that has a second grader, one that has an 11 year old and quite a few others with pre teens to 18 year olds. (Just had our 30th so I caught up with the bunch)

My kids (22 and 24) were the oldest that I heard of.
 
2012-11-30 11:05:34 AM  

JackieRabbit: No roach clip or packet of JOBs? Pfffft. Amateurs.


Go BIG or go HOME!!

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Remember this???

pimg.tradeindia.com or this??? www.hemptationz.com
 
2012-11-30 11:05:35 AM  
www.gravysuckingpigs.com

Man, those were the days. Never liked Jack though. Still don't.  First day of high school - 1978
 
2012-11-30 11:06:35 AM  

Pair-o-Dice: JackieRabbit: No roach clip or packet of JOBs? Pfffft. Amateurs.

Ahhh, the 70s roach clip. I remember people would openly clip them to the visor in their car and let the feathers blow in the wind. Good times.


yep, we would go to concerts and those feathers and clips would be flying with the frisbees and lighters. Good times indeed.
 
2012-11-30 11:06:42 AM  

stevetherobot: ChipNASA: MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade, but we managed to run an almost exact repeat less than 40 years later

MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade,
--------------
BBBBZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT

Try again sport. I lived through it.

I watched the helicopters land on the roof of the embassy in Saigon. I also watched as they pushed aircraft off the carrier decks to make room for the incoming refugees.

/ my lawn, you know the drill

In '79?


Speaking of '79 and time capsules, they should have prepared it so that when opened a jack-in-the-box dressed like the Ayatollah Khomeini popped out.
 
2012-11-30 11:08:50 AM  

BolshyGreatYarblocks: stevetherobot: ChipNASA: MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade, but we managed to run an almost exact repeat less than 40 years later

MFAWG: ChipNASA: Bunch of liberal hippie dope smokers.
I was over in NAM sweating and bleeding and crawling through the mud and Rice Paddies while you bunch of pussies were back here listening to your gotdamn folk music and chanting KOOM BYEYAH and were were just trying TO NOT GET OUR FARKING HEAD SHOT OFF!!!
/get off my lawn.....punks.

Wrong decade,
--------------
BBBBZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT

Try again sport. I lived through it.

I watched the helicopters land on the roof of the embassy in Saigon. I also watched as they pushed aircraft off the carrier decks to make room for the incoming refugees.

/ my lawn, you know the drill

In '79?

Speaking of '79 and time capsules, they should have prepared it so that when opened a jack-in-the-box dressed like the Ayatollah Khomeini popped out.


444 days man, 444 days.
 
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