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Response to hfojvt (Original post)

Fri Jul 19, 2013, 02:10 PM

7. When she was growing up, my grandmother's home was lit by kerosene lamps, and everybody

traveled by horse. She remembered months and months of beautiful sunsets after the Krakatoa explosion. When she was raising her family, she and her husband had a car and radio, and her kids spent part of each Saturday at the movies, first silent, and then talking. When her kids were still in elementary school, everybody would still stop whatever they were doing and crane their necks to watch an airplace; Lindbergh was big news was big news when she was in her prime. Before she died, she had a TV and had flown back and forth across the Atlantic in a passenger plane

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