What were you doing that day or on February 9, when The Beatles performed on The Ed Sullivan Show?
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As a child, playing in the snow was likely more fun for you!
I bet those posters are valuable collectibles today, if she kept them.
Patty, yes, they would be valuable, if they were still around. Unfortunately, my sister and I ripped them off the wall, thinking we were doing the right thing...we overheard our dad telling my teenage sister, she shouldn't have used plastic cement.
Oh, that's funny. Did we even have two-sided tape back then?
Patty, It wasn't funny at the time, my sister cried, and was mad, we were scared! The walll was a mess, she had glued the entire sheet to the wall, we ripped/peeled most of it off. No, 2-sided tape wasn't avai. then.
I hope there was no punishment involved!
No, we didn't get into any trouble. So it ended well, for us. We knew not to touch my older sister's things after that.
I wonder where your parents were on that date and if they even cared about the Beatles. Interesting!
That's interesting! I've always liked Missouri and I bet they did as well.
That is a heart warming story and I am glad you shared it.
That's an entertaining comment, duffsmom. I was a child who didn't understand the screaming girls, but liked Ringo. Still do. The lyrics were pretty simple, weren't they?