A Midsummer Night's Dream at SDSU

 
 
"Incense, posters, beads, and girls. My first taste of a "taco" from the new Taco Bell that came to our area. Television was getting bolder, old shows getting older. Music was different, and attitudes were changing. In fact, everything was changing so fast I felt that I could hardly keep pace with it. Girls weren't girls anymore, they were "pre-women". The "Summer of Love" exploded like nuclear fission; I felt caught up in a strange wave that was taking me in its direction. The whole world seemed to have fallen off into the deep end of the pool. And lastly, I was a kid, but not a kid." --Jeff
 


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Tue, 07 Dec 2010 22:21:27

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