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Thursday, September 1, 2016

September 19 Somethin’ Challenge Day 1

September 19 Somethin’ Challenge 

Suzanne over at McClendon Villa and PS Annie!, my child-bride, has created a new meme just for September.  There is one question each day for the month of September.  Come on, join in, and link up. 

The first question is: What movie could you, or did you, see over and over and over again when you were a teenager?


This is a hard one to answer.  There were so many different movies playing back then.  I can’t remember ever seeing a movie at the theater more than once as a teenager.  However, if I had to choose one to watch over and over again, I would probably choose Smoky and the Bandit.  This movie was very popular back in the days when the speed limit everywhere was 55 MPH.

Back then, Coors beer was illegal east of the Mississippi.  Everyone hated the cops who enforced the speed limits.  Since Coors was illegal, that made it that much more desired on the East Coast.

The movie was all about truckers sticking it to the cops.  The theme of the movie was simple and we could all get a laugh and have a little excitement, too.


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    1. I remember having to explain a euphemism in the movie to my parents. It was funny.

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  2. I vaguely remember that movie. When I was a kid, I thought my daddy looked like Burt Reynolds, especially in the photos the church took one year.

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    1. Your father could have been just like him as Bandit in Smokey and the Bandit. East bound and down...

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