Early interesting Cars:
You don't get much more interesting than the '51 Stude Bullet nose. Very unique.
For some reason over breakfast this morning an old song came up: (These are part of Joe South’s lyrics)
Oh the games people play now
Every night and every day now
Never meaning what they say now
Never saying what they mean
And they wile away the hours
In their ivory towers
Till they're covered up with flowers
In the back of a black limousine
La-da da da da da da da
La-da da da da da de
Talking 'bout you and me
And the games people play
There is much more but the idea is there.
IT reminded us of people we have known. We have known people who lived a soap opera. Planning months ahead to set someone up.
As a kid of 5-6 yrs old my sister Kat lived out in the woods, late 40s. They had a radio and she turned it up loud so she could hear the soap operas every day, while she cleaned the house, cooked and washed clothes. I don’t know the name but one was about a WISE old lady that run or worked in a Lumber Yard.
Once my girl watched the “Guiding Light”, at the time I was running the Roach Coach, so I was in when it came on, I started watching it. I remember a girl named Nola on the show who was a plotter and knew how to stir up trouble.
I am sure I met A ‘NOLA’ in real life once. LOL
Do or did you ever watch the “Soaps?”