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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote progbethyname Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 11 2014 at 11:14
^ yeah baby.
I would've flourished in the 70's had I been born/grew up in that time period.
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

^ yeah baby.
I would've flourished in the 70's had I been born/grew up in that time period.
:)

The only problem with living through the 70s is that you remember very little of it. For instance, I have been told quite often I had a great time. Wink
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Prog was so popular in the 70's that there was a popular brand of ketchup named after one of Yes' albums. 
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Originally posted by The T The T wrote:

Prog was so popular in the 70's that there was a popular brand of ketchup named after one of Yes' albums. 

But Fragile ketchup just didn't hold up on a hamburger bun. 
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Originally posted by The Dark Elf The Dark Elf wrote:

Originally posted by The T The T wrote:

Prog was so popular in the 70's that there was a popular brand of ketchup named after one of Yes' albums. 

But Fragile ketchup just didn't hold up on a hamburger bun. 
And Close to the Edge mustard kept falling off.
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Relayer Ketchup - one layer just ain't enough!
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Tormato ketchup will blow you away!
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Originally posted by The T The T wrote:

Prog was so popular in the 70's that there was a popular brand of ketchup named after one of Yes' albums. 

And they named a small hill on Dartmoor after the band as well!



Edited by chopper - March 11 2014 at 15:10
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Originally posted by chopper chopper wrote:

Originally posted by The T The T wrote:

Prog was so popular in the 70's that there was a popular brand of ketchup named after one of Yes' albums. 

And they named a small hill on Dartmoor after the band as well!

Small hill?  Lightweight!
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