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A Day In A Life - August 23, 1967


A true account of a day for one Vietnam War soldier.

November 9, 1967
The first cover of Rolling Stone was a still image from John Lennon’s movie How I Won the War, where he first wore his iconic round eyeglasses. The front-page story was an investigation into what happened to the profits from the Monterey Pop Festival.

November 9, 1967

The first cover of Rolling Stone was a still image from John Lennon’s movie How I Won the War, where he first wore his iconic round eyeglasses. The front-page story was an investigation into what happened to the profits from the Monterey Pop Festival.

hiptoad:

Cover of TeenSet, October 1967Posted by request.

hiptoad:

Cover of TeenSet, October 1967
Posted by request.

grungegarage:

Today would have been Layne Staley’s 44th birthday. 
He may no longer be with us in person, but his music and talent will live forever. RIP Layne, a truly unique and gifted musician…never forgotten.

grungegarage:

Today would have been Layne Staley’s 44th birthday. 

He may no longer be with us in person, but his music and talent will live forever. RIP Layne, a truly unique and gifted musician…never forgotten.

saychevrolet:

‘67 Chevrolet saw new sheet metal and clean aggressive face. ‘65-‘66 grill below mid-bumper theme on hiatus but will return for ‘68.
Interesting that the ‘67 grille a reprise of the ‘56 but in mid-1960s form.
(Image: scanned from original dealer brochure)

saychevrolet:

‘67 Chevrolet saw new sheet metal and clean aggressive face. ‘65-‘66 grill below mid-bumper theme on hiatus but will return for ‘68.

Interesting that the ‘67 grille a reprise of the ‘56 but in mid-1960s form.

(Image: scanned from original dealer brochure)

prova275:

‘67 426 S/S Hemi…More Mopar Monday

prova275:

‘67 426 S/S Hemi…
More Mopar Monday

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