Remember when we didn’t have things like
- Visible minorities
- The Internet
- Cable television
- Air Travel
- Civil Rights
- Labor laws
- Environmental protection
Well now you can relive those glorious days with Reminisce Magazine!
Yes, this magazine actually does have a web site, although it would seem more appropriate for it to communicate via telegram.
“Reminisce” accepts submissions of true stories from the 30s through the 60s. If I’m reading their submission guidelines correctly, they don’t pay anything, but if you send them something really good they might send you back a ’57 Chevy model bank that you can use to store coins that you find in your plastic-covered naugahyde-upholstered couch. (Of course, many times I’ve gotten “paid” in copies rather than currency, so I’m not one to talk.)
Here’s my true story from the 60s:
First, I was born. Then I lay around and slept a lot. Then it was 1970. The end.
Mmm, probably not worth a ’57 Chevy model bank …
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Here’s another true story from the ’60s: Two people met at an elevator, fell in love and got married. Later a baby was born who laid around and “slept a lot” and frittered away what was left of the decade. Maybe the 1960s were kind of important after all. I’d love a REAL 1967 Chevy. Make it a convertible, please.