I've been spending this past week or so reminiscing about the past--ya know, that ol' nostalgia trip. I can't resist it sometimes. Anyway, I was remembering the great concert at Watkins Glen in the summer of '73, and found this site all about it. Since I was at the event, I'd never read a news article about it, so I had no clue that 600,000 people were there. I have a journal that I kept during that year, and what I had to say about the concert was sort of interesting, to me but probably not to anyone else. All I can say is that we used to have a heck of a lot of fun. Things are so much more rigid nowadays. I see it in my school. Heck, if I were a student today and behaved the way I used to, I'd be expelled and probably imprisoned within a day. <br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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