Life is what happens when you are making other plans~ John Lennon
An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind~Gandhi
The time is always right to do what is right~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Monday, January 28, 2013


Woodstock! Hippies! Rock and Roll music. God, I love the 1960s!!!
-Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid
-On her Majesty's Secret Service
-Midnight Cowboy
-Battle of Britain. Strangely enough, my stepdad has this movie and I don't think he's ever watched it...
-The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie. Seen it. Loved it. Pretty much anything with Maggie Smith in it I'll watch. She's fantastic, I love her acting!!
-Goodbye Mr. Chips. My dad got me liking this one.
-Easy Rider
-The Italian Job
-True Grit

-Led Zeppelin
-Creedence Clearwater Revival
-The Rolling Stones
-The Beatles
-The Who
-Sly & the Family Stone
-Elvis Presley
-David Bowie
-Norman Greenbaum
-Blind Faith
-5th Dimension
-Three Dog Night
-The Guess Who
-The Temptations
-The Supremes

TV Shows
-The Brady Bunch
-Sesame Street
-Monty Python's Flying Circus
-Scooby Doo, Where Are You? You know how people have soap operas they watch, like All My Children? This is my soap opera, lol!!

LOVE THIS SHOW! I watch it!

-The Benny Hill Show
-The Man from UNCLE
-The Monkees
-Ironside. Considered the first of it's kind because it featured a disabled officer in a wheelchair
-Hogan's Heroes. One of my favorites
-Peyton Place
-Doctor Who. About this time, the actor playing Doctor Who is Patrick Troughton
-Steptoe and Son. This is the British version of what we Americans know of as "Sanford and Son"
-The Beatles

-In New Jersey, John Lennon's "2 Virgins" is declared pornographic due to it's frontal nudity on the cover
-The Beatles release "Yellow Submarine" album
-Led Zeppelin's debut album released in the US
-Jim Morrison is arrested after exposing himself at a concert
-New York Yankees player Mickey Mantle retires
-Apollo 9 returns to Earth
-President Nixon claims he'll end Vietnam War in 1970
-KET TV channel, aka PBS begins broadcasting
-Paul McCartney reveals that he is not dead

-Monty Python comedy troupe forms
-BBC demands 13 episodes of Monty Python's Flying Circus be filmed
-Joe Namath resigns from NFL
-Mick Taylor replaces former Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones to play the band's Hyde Park concert in London
-David Bowie releases "Space Oddity"

-Police raid the Stonewall Gay Bar in Greenwich Village, New York. 400-1,000 patrons riot; lasts 3 days
-Mick Jagger starts doing filming on the movie "Ned Kelly"
-Rolling Stones release country-rocker song "Honky Tonk Women"
-Charles Manson and his "disciples" murder Sharon Tate-LaBianca and her unborn baby
-Mick Jagger injures himself on the set of "Ned Kelly". While learning to shoot a 19th century revolver, it backfires, splitting his hand open
-The UK introduce the 50p (fifty pence) coin, replacing the ten-shilling note
-Britain abolishes death penalty
-Diana Ross' final appearance as a member of The Supremes on The Ed Sullivan Show

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