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Discussion in 'History & Geography' started by Gary Ridenour, Mar 17, 2016.
Good for you @Ken Anderson for reviving this interesting thread.
canteen for Disney actors, Hollywood.
Now that's what I'd call a studded tire. BTW news story this morning about Jackman ME has not had a no school day for 3 years because of snow.
When I was in school, no such thing existed (in the Chicago area) as a "snow" day. One morning in Kindergarten, a foot had fallen overnight. Off I trudged at 5 years of age through that foot of snow, following tracks from tires, footprints, etc., the 1-1/2 miles to my school. My Mother knew full well I could handle it!
Three kids showed up! The other two had been driven there by their m others..
@Frank Sanoica I grew up in Boston and I don't remember any snow days either. In fact I have one favorite memory of hooking a ride on the back of a taxi that was heading towards my school. I happened to look up and my teacher was staring at me so I let go just as we hit a bare spot and I scraped my face a bit.
Vendre means sale in French.. what drove this mother to sell her babies.
A Suffragette meeting in Britain.. circa 1913
1st 2nd 3rd place in the Miss Correct Posture Contest pose with trophies and their X-rays (1956)
Post also @Shirley Martin.
OK. I wish I had the...…………………………… back bone those girls do.
The girl on the far (r) gets my vote @Nancy Hart.
I meant post a pic you dummy