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How many times must I warn you to stay away from girls?
But she was someone to talk to.
Oh yes, it all starts with talking, yakity-yakity-yak. But the moment the talking stops, my boy. you're in trouble.
You have an evil mind.
I'm old enough to enjoy it. You're not. And keep the door locked.
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Yes, I saw it on one of the channels, but many years ago.
Many of the posts have commented on the music of Herman... and for me, to is always a pleasant surprise to play their "Greatest Hits" album and realize exactly how much of an impact that music had on me at age 15 and 16.
A time and place: I can remember being in (more or less) downtown Sioux City, Iowa, on a blustery day in 1966 (my mother had brought me along on a shopping trip to Big City, main focus, one of the two major department stores) when I saw this movie was being played at a theater across the center square... and there was a kid with long hair headed for that showing. I can also remember at least one thing I bought that day: an "African print" short, a beautifully bright collection of colors made (or so the little booklet said by laying hot wax on the cloth, cutting it with sharp knives and then dying it. I could still wear that shirt but it was lost a couple of years ago.
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