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Think today's cars are built better than the "old days?" You would be right!
https://youtu.be/fPF4fBGNK0U

Today's funny bumper sticker: "Mr. Rogers did not adequately prepare me for the people in my neighborhood." :-)
Have a safe Monday!

All signs say, SMILE!....It's FRIDAY!!! :-)
Have a safe and fun Father's Day Weekend!

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This #TBT, we hide a couple of our friends in the trunk and head off to the Drive-In Theater! The first drive-in opened in Camden, NJ in 1933 and showed the British comedy “Wives Beware”. By the late 1950’s there were over 4000 drive-ins across the country but that number has dwindled over the years. Today, there are less than 350 drive-ins left in America.
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Strange Traffic Law No. 832: You’ll go ape over this one from Massachusetts, where you will be ticketed if you drive with a gorilla in the backseat of your car. So, don’t monkey around, and make sure your friend is in the front seat!
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Today's funny bumper sticker: "Surely not EVERYBODY was Kung-Fu fighting." :-)
Have a safe Monday!

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SMILE!....It's FRIDAY!!! :-)
Have a safe and fun weekend!
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We’re loading the tube and hitting ‘Send’ back to 1930 this #TBT. That is when Grand National Bank of St. Louis became the place of the first known instance of a bank using a drive-up window teller. The drive-up teller allowed only deposits at that time. The lines are much shorter these days thanks to the innovations of direct deposit and online banking.
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