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    How it used to be...

    This video is great for reminiscing and thinking about the old days. In one scene there was a Studebaker in the background.

    www.youtube.com/embed/nSC7SXQpInM?rel=0:)
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    Great, thanks.

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    I look back at those times with some nostalgia until I realize it's 95 deg outside and the humidity is over 80%. Dang, the AC feel good.

    Thanks for posting, Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetolbob View Post
    I look back at those times with some nostalgia until I realize it's 95 deg outside and the humidity is over 80%. Dang, the AC feel good.

    Thanks for posting, Bob
    When I was a kid, 95 degree temp. and high humidity never bothered me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Forrester View Post
    When I was a kid, 95 degree temp. and high humidity never bothered me.
    I think we all have different body thermostats. Living in Florida for 20 years year around did not bother me. Admittedly, air conditioning was very important for the comfort level. During my early years in Indiana I drove convertibles and sometimes the top was down for several days unless it rained. My girl friend and I came out of a theater and I saw it had rained. When we got to the car someone kindly had raised the top, as the control was functional on my 1951 Plymouth. Good deed for the day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Forrester View Post
    When I was a kid, 95 degree temp. and high humidity never bothered me.
    Then we got edumacated and know the difference now. Bob
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    Great, now any whippersnapper that watches this video will think that the Good Old Days ® actually happened in black-and-white! Just kidding, it actually seems like a worthwhile film.
    Jake Kaywell: Shoo-wops and doo-wops galore to the background of some fine Studes. I'm eager and ready to go!

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    Thanks for the post, very enjoyable

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