Remember when #6…
Will there be a #7?
Remember when your grandpa or uncle would approach you with a pained look on his face and ask you to pull an extended index finger?
Remember when West Point’s Army football team, the Black Knights, played their home games to sell out crowds in Yankee Stadium?
Remember when Army running backs Glen Davis and Doc Blanchard, Heisman Trophy winners, led the team to three unbeaten seasons, including a 0-0 tie in the Game of the Century with Notre Dame?
Remember when the big console radio in the living room would only be used on Weekends with the family gathered around in rapt attention?
Remember when getting a low number in the military draft introduced you to travel planning - Vietnam or Canada?
Remember when chocolate covered Grahams, Malomars, and Vienna Fingers were favorite cookies?
Remember when in simpler safer times Girl Scouts could go door-to-door unattended selling their fundraising cookies?
Remember when tampered candy started turning up in trick-or-treat baskets, forever ruining the innocent joys of Halloween?
Remember when kids and moms made their own Halloween costumes, before everyone became a store bought princesses or comics super heroes?
Remember when wandering homeless people were respectfully called hobos, while those hanging in one place were called bums?
Remember when gun controls were so tight that teen gangs had to create their own deadly zip guns out of everyday items?
Remember when the most common birthday or Christmas gifts for men were tie pins, cuff links, and collar stays?
Remember when diamonds were “a girl’s best friend”?
Remember when cowboys used to be THE thing?
Remember when Christmas roof lights were put away , not merely turned off, by January 8.
Remember when Wisk used the “ring around the collar” commercial to stir up female guilt in order to sell more detergent?