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I Love a Parade this photo takes me back! i could have been twirling a baton in that pic . .was a majorette in the '70's . . but check out what's playing at the movies. . . sort of anachronistic!!! (we'll not really, but i sure wasn't allowed to go see it!)
Tags: 1973  photo  Vineland  Shopping  Center  Vineland,  NJ 
Added: 19th November 2007
Views: 1745
Posted By: Teresa
Posted by: Sophia on 2007-11-19 
So...did you light up the end of your baton? Besides the old Brando flic, look at those signs, Pantry Pride and Kress??
Posted by: Teresa on 2007-11-19 
actually, yes . . at the football stadium, i did twirl a fire baton!! WEE!
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2007-11-19 
Parades The smell of Turkey roasting in the oven Playing football with brothers in the backyard Ahh Thanksgiving The Memories Thanks Teresa
Posted by: Teresa on 2007-11-19 
now, that's a nice picture that u've painted!
Posted by: Marie on 2007-11-19 
there is one lone person on that ferris wheel!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-11-20 
This is a great photo because of the movie marquee. It presents two worlds intersecting: the old traditional marching band and the new morality (or immorality if you like) of the movie. It reminds me of a photo in one of my history text books that really appeals to me. It was taken at Trafalgar Square in London in 1910. Half the traffic is horse-drawn carriages; the other half is automobiles. It shows the old colliding with the new--just like your photo does.
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