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Remembering how jealous I was of this little rugrat and his gigantic Whopper.  Rodney Allen Rippy

Rodney Allen Rippy / Jack in the Box commercials.early when burgers tasted good!

I remember Heather made gum wrapper chains with Fruit Stripe gum at band camp and on bus trips ;)

I remember making gum wrapper chains - and that nasty fruit stripe gum by justine

maxwell house good to the last drop

Actress Virginia Christine was born today in 1920 - she's best recognized by most Boomers as Mrs. Olson, who did those Folgers Coffee commercials for years.

TRIVIA NOTE: The origins of the shoe phone gimmick can be traced back to comic writer Mel Brooks who one day answered his shoe when all of the phones in the office began to ring at once. People still remember the phone skit and when Adams is in restaurants, or driving in his car...avid fans of the series still take off their shoe and say "Here, it's for you."

Fashion > Clothing > Shoes > Maxwell Smart's Shoe Phone (Get Smart)

Clackers! Effectively breaking school bus windows since 1971!

We called them CLACKERS! I had a set of yellow ones with gold glitter inside. I used to have bruises up and down my arms! SO MUCH FUN! Retro Toy: Clackers, Klick Klacks, Popper Knockers - they could kill someone but were lots of fun!

Rodney Allen Rippy – Jack in the Box  Former child actor Rodney Allen Rippy appeared in TV commercials for the fast-food chain Jack in the Box in the early 1970s. The commercial showed Rippy trying to eat the chain’s new Jumbo burger, while saying “It’s too big to eat!” In later TV spots Rippy would sing “Take Life a Little Easier.” Rippy now 43, is a partner in the film production company, Bow Tie Productions, a spokesman for Hurricane Housing Relief, and a marketing director.

Ebony Magazine Feburary 1974 Rodney Allen Rippy (born July is a former American child actor. He appeared in TV commercials for the fast-food chain Jack in the Box in the early as well as in numerous roles in television and movies.

how many remember this

prehistoric googling ~ a time when everybody new the Dewey Decimal system.or use a Librarian to find a book!

Coca-Cola, "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" | The 15 Most Memorable Ad Jingles Of All-Time

The 15 Most Memorable Ad Jingles Of All-Time

COCA COLA commercial - I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony). This originated as an advertising jingle, produced by Billy Davis & sung by the Hillside Singers and was featured in 1971 as a TV commercial for Coca Cola.