@Mary W wrote:
Truth time. I was never anything even close to a hippy. I was in high school and college but was rather conservative and "preppy". IN the 70's, I was a young wife and mother and then a young single mother. No time for anything else!
However, in the spirit of complete honesty, one of my best friends from high school kidnapped Patty Hearst. True story.
Nor was I: too young and too concerned about my education.
I was more a yuppie than a hippie, or perhaps a yippie.
Janice Joplin though. She was such a great singer - all those 27- year olds - what is it with ultimate burn out at this age?
Patty Hearst's kidnapper - coo-er! (as they say in Brit English). Last Sunday I had lunch with a couple I had never met. They casually let it drop that they had been quite close friends with a murderer.
My little sheltered life - of course murderers can have friends, even if, in grisly fashion, they topped their hubby or their hubby's lover - or both.
Makes one think . . .
@Nichola. She actually came to our last high school reunion, which took a lot of courage. She was exactly the same as she had been in high school. I guess two prison terms taught her something. She's also very successful, having taught herself programming while in solitary confinement for three years....
Yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiippppppppppppppppppppppie---I like it! I like it! In the 70's I was in high school and college and was a hippie as much as I could be. But, I was also concerned about my education so...
@Pat M wrote:
Hey Man, Groovy!!! (Looks somewhat like Janis Joplin)
It is Janis Joplin and her 1964 hand-painted Porsche Cabriolet.
Well then no wonder it looked like her lol-DUH to me.