had a friend into collecting lunchboxes about 1990, first I heard of it and AFAIK that’s what precipitated the toy nostalgia craze. Before that it was just old crap. Yes, kids watched Laugh-In. Kind of like Fracture Fairy Tales, we got some of it & the rest was for the adults.
and after this I’ll have some deep fried twinkies, wrapped in bacon.
Actually, works for me as aversion therapy. I’ll think of this next time I’m tempted by pecan pie & pass it by…
I want that hat, and a chair with a bookcase embedded in a tree. Heck, i just want to move into the world of their imaginations-as beautiful as they are
Response to A Veteran Died With Nobody To Attend His Funeral — What Happened Next Was Incredibly Moving:
our cousins across the pond are truly inspirational. And show British class. I hope we can equal your efforts