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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by HotRodSteve, Dec 4, 2020.
This video was fun to see... I think go with your passion and interests.
In reality, at least in 1955 rural Oklahoma where I lived, we lived with a lot of stuff from the 30s and 40s. It wasn’t like Levittown.
So, does her husband have arteriosclerosis, yet?
i was thinking more mennonite
I was just thinking about Partyin' like it's 1999 (Pre-COVID, and all, you know)
I can still smell Prell, it was a good shampoo.
They had YouTube and Instagram influencers in 1958? Because that's what she is, apparently.
She clearly has a computer and a smartphone. Are those period appropriate?
Some folks like to dress up like Darth Vader, etc., and go to COMICON.
1955 Chebby BelAir.
but you had the lute to play
Did they have other fretted instruments as well? I think there were some things around, but I'm not really sure.
Still, you probably wouldn't be worrying about that too much in 1350, since the plague had just wiped out half of everyone...
Her style rocks. Reminds me of last summer when I went to see the Stray Cats, and there were hardcore rockabilly people there with the clothes, hair, and makeup, tattoos, too. They looked like they were having so much fun.
Or the lute to Plague?
The “good old days” !
Lots of great things/objects back then.
Some ways of life.
An old-timer who served in WWII once told me this disturbing tidbit back in the 80’s :
“The good old days ? Sure, but remember , 100% of the kids on the beaches in Normandy on D day were heroes, and 90% of them would shock you with their ideas and beliefs 2 minutes into a conversation...”
Yeah I noticed she didn’t have the bullet bra going on. Safety first I guess
Where’s the 58 Les Paul?
oh yeah, 1350 is no good; too much like 2020.
her husband is actually a hipster. He sneaks off to locally owned coffee houses now and then.