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Rapid Ear Movement [Free Audiobooks]: Treasure Island  [by Robert Louis Stevenson]  Free Audiobooks  link to the free audiobook

Rapid Ear Movement [Free Audiobooks]: Treasure Island [by Robert Louis Stevenson] Free Audiobooks link to the free audiobook

I remember drive-in movies at the Market Street and Tidwell Drive-Ins. Saw many movies on Mondays' buck night--car load to see a double feature for $1.00! Obviously, they hope to make money from the snack bar. Mom had, for a very short time, a 1959 Impala just like the one in the foreground.

I remember drive-in movies at the Market Street and Tidwell Drive-Ins. Saw many movies on Mondays' buck night--car load to see a double feature for $1.00! Obviously, they hope to make money from the snack bar. Mom had, for a very short time, a 1959 Impala just like the one in the foreground.

1952 is my birth year! In 1958 we paid 11 pennies for a movie and got 8 liquorice balls for 1 penny!!

1952 is my birth year! In 1958 we paid 11 pennies for a movie and got 8 liquorice balls for 1 penny!!

A scold's bridle is a British invention, possibly originating in Scotland, used between the 16th and 19th Century. It was a device used to control, humiliate and punish gossiping, troublesome women by effectively gagging them. The scold's bridle was also known as the 'gossiping bridle'  and was commonly used by husbands on their nagging or swearing wives. The device was occasionally used on men; however, it was primarily used on women who agitated the male-dominated society of the era.

A scold's bridle is a British invention, possibly originating in Scotland, used between the 16th and 19th Century. It was a device used to control, humiliate and punish gossiping, troublesome women by effectively gagging them. The scold's bridle was also known as the 'gossiping bridle' and was commonly used by husbands on their nagging or swearing wives. The device was occasionally used on men; however, it was primarily used on women who agitated the male-dominated society of the era.

Rapid Ear Movement [Free Audiobooks]: The Runaway Skyscraper [by Murray Leinster]  Free Audiobooks  link to the free audiobook

Rapid Ear Movement [Free Audiobooks]: The Runaway Skyscraper [by Murray Leinster] Free Audiobooks link to the free audiobook

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