WiNK, I've been to one world fair, a picnic, and a rodeo, and
that's the stupidest thing I ever heard come over a set of
> ....found to be teh suck. I guess I'm getting too damn old.
> Either that, or I am truly ADD..... too many distractions. The
> little one seemed to enjoy it, though, and super cheap
> entertainment..... but I couldn't see the screen much. I think
> it was Willie Wonka we watched, although it might have been
> Brian Jones singing "We Love You" and smoking a hookah.
I miss drive-in movies. That was the staple of our friday nights
during the summers of 86-87. $5 a car(truck)load. Pile about 8 of
us in the back of Jay's '68 chevy pickup, park it backwards, and set
up lawn chairs. You got 3 flicks. Two last run recent films
followed by some B-horror.
That was the last summer for Skyline Drive-in. The screen survived
another 10 years in hopes somebody would buy it, but it finally
succumbed to development. Sad.
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