What did Ronald McDonald look like in 1969?

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Answered: How were Muppets in 1969 different from the Muppets today?

But The ones back then were real....REAL....like Elmo still is.

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Answered: I am insecure about how I look, rate my description?

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I am insecure about how I look, rate me by my description?

No picture here kid. Your a child, your growing, your not fully developed yet. Give it time. All the beauties and good-looking guys get worse as years go by and those who were just so so turn out great. Just be the best you can be, accept yourself and others will accept you.

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1969 favorite meal

the favorite food at woodstock was L.S.D. the most usual meal i remember in 1969 was steak and potatoes. as far as woodstock goes pretty much everyone there was so stoned they could not tell you if they ate or not. this was the generation that said "drugs will get you through times of no money ...