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Old 08-23-2013, 09:08 AM   #51
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I take it you never drank out of a regular old rubber garden hose when you were a kid?
I sure do, hot summer days playing wiffle ball in the backyard. The hose was were we got water to drink.
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Old 08-23-2013, 09:24 AM   #52
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Not so fast there dude, where do you think all these senior citizens (including myself & DW) drank from when we were kids. We also survived lead based paint, riding bikes without headgear, played in parks without rubber mats, went to schools that had asbestos insulation, carried our lunch to school in used paper bags and rode in cars with suicide door without seatbelts, airbags. Don't know how so many of us survived without "Big Brother" watching over us. We even shared bottles of pop, played baseball and football with no protective gear whatsoever.
Oh, by the way, some of us also got our rearends warmed by switches, belts and calloused hands for misbehaving.
teeter totters too if you remember those old wooden ones. Not the ones you see today ridding wheelies on a stingray bike.
Its no wonder the baby boomers are so messed up today! Thanks big brother
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