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Memories! Music and More! I Was 13!


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Hi everybody!

Oh man!

I'm listening to music from 1969!
Here's my goofey eyed picture!

I was


In 1969 I was 13 years old and in the 7th grade!
[See the paragraph (below) about my school~]
And - I will tell you ~ we had


music ever in history!
There was - hit after hit!
Literally a new hit song each week!

At this moment, I am listening to the year 1969
in music, on t.v. (as I write) and there were songs for
each and every age group and demographic!
From Tom Jones - to Michael Jackson!
The band Bread to the Guess Who!!!

There were many one hit wonders also!

People who sang a very popular song and
you see their name now, and
you don't even recognise it!

'69 was an absolutely unique year on so many levels.

Vietnam for one! The realities and the protests.

[I was 13 years old that year! I will tell you

stories about it one day on video!]

The racial riots in my city, and in my school!

[See the paragraph about my school below!]

The first stupid women's movement took place in the 60's.

(I'll share my feelings on that one day!)

Propaganda from that Women's movement hit my school in '69.

I found an article pertaining to the 'Women's Movement' propaganda:

My message to young women is don’t buy into the fact that the sexual revolution and having sex and jumping into bed every time you turn around, and all those things … don’t buy into that stuff that is part of the women’s movement. That was separate from the women’s movement and we can separate it again. "They don’t have to be united," she said of the sexual revolution and women’s movement. "That uniting was betrayal of women."
- written by a former Cosmepolitan magazine writer.

And the youth movement! "Don't trust anyone
over 30"! Look where that got us!!??

Oh man - here's a Janis Joplin song!!!

It was a huge year for drugs too~ coming in from "-'nam."

There was a mixed bag of stuff goin' on in '69.
Here's Donny Osmand song: oops that's 71!

This music brought back a flood of memories!

Goodnight Buttercups and others!


P.S. Oh my! My Rod Stewart!!!

Can't forget Rod-baby!

P.P.S. I still know the words to these songs!

Note: The Civil Right's movement of the 1960's hit my city and my school.
At the same time as the war demonstrations~

It was insanity (see the article from my school just below.)

The demographic differences in my school made it
extremely unique - the different neighborhoods converged
at the school - and the different worlds collided!

Note: This is an article about my school:
"The mayor kept the school open
but protected it with policemen backed by National Guard units in
case a severe situation should arise. Nevertheless, Collinwood High
School was still the scene of other racial clashes, the worst occurring
in the fall of 1974. ... to this article ...

I was in the school from 1969 to 1974.

On another note: A friend of mine explained to me the importance
of soaking and chewing apricot kernels.
I've put together a video
that explains how to do this and,
why you might wish to do this
if you are using apricot kernels for your health!

... to the video ...