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The good ice cream on the ice cream truck sm

Posted By: mlstoo on 2006-06-05
In Reply to: POLL: childhood memories - mickey mouse ice cream bars

that used to go by my house. We would run out with nickels and buy cones. And yes, I do remember Mickey Mouse ice cream bars. Yum.


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The Good Humor ice cream truck! They still
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The ice cream truck
The Mister Softee ice cream truck came every evening. You could hear his bell dinging wayyyy before he got to our street. On special occasions (i.e., daddy's payday) we were allowed to go a sundae or milkshake or rootbeer float. I read in the paper just the other day that the man who started Mister Softee recently died.
We saw an ice cream truck the other day (sm)
and my daughter was so excited. But I told her I doubt it if it would come up where we live because there is too much of a spread between houses. We saw it going through a housing development. Which makes sense, but was a disappointment for my daughter (and me!!!!). I remember playing outside and hearing the music way in the distance. I would run to get dimes from my Mom or Dad. That is a VERY pleasant memory. Thanks to OP for starting this topic.
We have an ice cream truck come through
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Don't use cream of,,,,,,,
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I would recommend Oil of Olay. My mom uses it and it has done wonders for her skin. She uses the serum and night cream.
progesterone cream!!!!!!
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I liked the progesterone cream, only
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then I switched to the wild yam, which you can buy at any health food store, and it works a little differently. you can find all the info on the net (way too long here, sorry).

I hardly have hot/cold flashes anymore. I use a combination of taking 1 Vitex (chasteberry) and 1 to 2 evening oil of primrose each day. was also taking Don Quai, but stopped for a break because it is recommended.

something to keep in mind as well I read the hot/cold flashes and nightsweats are USUSALLY temporary, like mostly just in the beginning and will most likely go away, or at least diminish.

Suzanne Somers has some great info on this, if you purchase her book, which is probably a good investment as she has thoroughly investigated the subject. She is almost 60, and claims even to get a regular period. even tells you how you can lose weight. she is amazing, only I just do not have the kind of money for her products. I listen and get bits of information, then have to put together things I can afford, haha.

do you have people you can ask at the health food store you go to?

I am NOT sure how this all works with having had a TAH/BSO.

wish you the best...
Bono and vanilla ice cream.
He can wish for me and Guiness and we'd be set.   
Yes, but only if tells me to sleep all day or eat ice cream.
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or the denture cream, walker AND sm
hearing aid! Good grief!
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Noritate cream which is once a day application...
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correct on cream it is Vanicream.

Milk, Cream and Alcohol...
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Guess it depends on how porous his skin is-- try cold cream maybe? - sm
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Again, jealous heads rearing its ugly head. When I said ice cream, sm
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good job! watch out for the truck

being in your name because whatever he does will come back on you so if he crashes and hurts someone, they can come after you.  my x took all the keys so I had another set made and they didn't work so I reported it stolen and let the cops get it from him. (the car was only in my name)  plus it adds to your paper trail that you're going to need to keep yourself protected. 


don't you feel better all ready!


good luck to you!! Do something about that truck..you are responsible for any damages unless you
it taken without permission (different than stolen).
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Don't have direct experience but my husband trucks and am familiar with the concepts. This is an intriguing scenario so hope you don't mind if I speculate a bit.

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Did you just fall off the turnip truck?
Of course it's a scam. Grow up.
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Back the turnip truck up!
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My husband used to drive a truck and

back in 1970s, he made $1 a mile and above. He got out when the rates went down, when the government starting forcing truckers to drive only so many miles a day, and when the companies wanted you to drive over and above the so-called allowable mileage and if you got caught, YOU paid, not the company. Then there was the cross-country in 3 days deal....then, 'Hm-m-m, he could do it in 3 days, let's push a little harder to see if he can cut his time down more."


Bet you're hubby never makes $1 a mile or above now, especially with the high fuel costs and maintenance of the truck unless he is Haz-Mat or in a specialized field.


Oh, BTW, they are bringing back the railroads because "it's too expensive to truck the goods anymore."  It's the old "dange" if you do, and "dange" if you don't type of deal.


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Yeah, must have fallen off the turnip truck.

After paying on my truck and house for a year I can
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I'd think it would be long-haul truck driver or
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Congrats and while you are at it, report your truck stolen by him.
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I have the truck! Forgot that important tidbit!
The police asked him to relinquish it. Ta Da !!!
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My hubby drives a long distance truck
thank goodness! He says the trucking business in dire need of truckers. Bet we donít see folks punching those in.
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Our 16 year old son has been working for a year now to pay for his truck.
He's learning how to sand and do body work and how the engine and transmission go together. My parents didn't buy cars for my siblings and I either. I had a 20+ year old beater car until I could afford to move up to a a newer one.

I see all the nice new cars parked in the high school parking lot every day. It's nice that so many disrespectful punk kids get handed something nicer to drive than what all the teachers drive. Oh, well. Honestly, I think most of them borrow Mommy or Daddy's car or are the child of a doctor who can afford to hand them everything.

Hopefully, my kids will take better care of their cars because they bought and built them on their own. You're not going to grow up to be responsible if you don't work hard for something and expect Mommy and Daddy to bail you out all the time.

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