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I Heart the 70s

Redsonga

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Peter, Paul, and Mary *hugs them* :smile:. And no, before you say it Puff the Magic Dragon was not about drugs, that is a myth :smile:.
 

Redsonga

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I think you're getting Puff the Magic Dragon mixed up with H.R. Pufnstuf.
Not really, the common myth is that Puff was about drugs, but that is just not true:embarrassed:. Just because a era was full of them does not mean everything made then was about drugs..but the internet thinks differently :stick_out_tongue:
 

Sgt Floyd

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If that song was about drugs then I dont think my elementary school music class would have gotten away with making us sing it practically every day
 

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I loved the cool TV shows of the 70's. Especially the PBS shows like Sesame Street, The Electric Company, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, The Letter People, and Zoom. They knew how to make education fun during the 70's.
 
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