recently purchased a '62 Chevy out of Kentucky. On drive home, was desperately seeking a radio station on the old AM radio. Stumbled onto 1430am and the station has never been changed. When out "cruising" know the old radio is cranked up, and the memories are incredible. Where ever we go, the smiles, peace signs, thumbs up, raised fist, what ever... are sure signs of admiration, respect and enjoyment, for a brief moment, a chance to remember and hear the sounds of "the good times". With that low rumble of the V-8, and the blasting tunes one can't help to stop and remember.....
Out cruising yesterday and heard the dedication of a minute of silence to pay respect to our military and our beliefs.
"Finally" somebody has had the balls to say outloud what most of us believe in our hearts. You will always have my support and respect for taking a stand for what's right...for our country, for us.... Wookie.
hi from steve in cleveland ohio listening and enjoying you.
you are quite the sexy lady!!!!