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The Happiest Place on Earth: c. 1968

The Happiest Place on Earth: c. 1968

Return of the ill-tempered teen. I am actually wearing the same pants and shoes as in an earlier picture. Sometimes I'm surprised my parents didn't just dump me on some roadside back then. I wasn't a troublemaker, but I sure was a grouchy SOB!

I like this picture for the background: Disneyland about 1968. There is a lot going on. Bank of America tried to promote some warm and fuzzy values by sponsoring the Small World ride. The effects of that, I will leave to the viewer's imagination.

My Dad took the picture, as usual. There's little brother and my Mom is still alive and kicking at age 83. View full size.

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Can't get that song out of my head now

Small World was based on the Disney pavilion at the New York 1964 World's Fair. There's a 5-CD box set that has every bit of audio from the fair's Small World to Carousel of Progress!

Only a Shorpy fan can appreciate this.

Hey Wayne Arnold

Looks like The Wonder Years all over again!

Surliest place on earth

Your parents must have been saints. Did you carry around a tape measure to make sure you were always standing the precise distance away from the rest of your family? This is a great shot, and you're quite stylish as usual.

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