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    Bert during the hippie and free love era Coke adapted the song that began " I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony..... it's the real thing"
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ib-Qiyklq-Q

    Sorry for duplicating this Willy. I missed yours. The web has been jumpy here this week. I have had several people tell me they have had similar problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by missouri massey man View Post
    I'm cuckoo for Coco Puffs.....

    Benson and Hedges 100's....Just a silly millimeter longer...

    I'm a Chikita banana and I'm here to say....bananas have to ripen in a certain way...when they they're flecked with brown and have a golden hue....bananas are the best and are the best for you....
    You can put them in a salad....you can put in a pie...any way you want to eat them....its impossible to beat them....but bananas like the climate of the very very tropical equator....thats why you never put bananas in your refrigerator...oh sure, sure, sure.
    Wendell growing up in tobacco country we were covered up with tobacco product commercials. "Winston tastes good like a cigarette should" and "Lucky Strike means fine tobacco" are the ones I remember the most..
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    Jim, the cigarette slogan I remember most is (well other than the Winston)....."I'd rather fight than switch".
    No matter where you go.......There you are.

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    Dave, I believe that commercial was for Tariton cigarettes.
    Lets not for get the Marboro on
    Come to where the flavor is.
    Showed a cowboy smoking a cigarette in a herd of cattle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4imnotright View Post
    Dave, I believe that commercial was for Tariton cigarettes.
    Lets not for get the Marboro on
    Come to where the flavor is.
    Showed a cowboy smoking a cigarette in a herd of cattle.
    Might be Tareyton?

    My grandaddy, mom's dad, smoked this one identified by "I'd walk a mile for a Camel."
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4imnotright View Post
    Lets not for get the Marboro on
    Come to where the flavor is.
    Showed a cowboy smoking a cigarette in a herd of cattle.
    Steve, did you remember that the cowboy was a young Magnum P.I., Tom Selleck ??

    Jim, I figured you'd know something about the tobacco industry..... remember the short little guy yelling "Call for Phillip Moreeeeeece " ?

    ...oh and the twin sisters in Double your pleasure, double your fun with....Double Mint, Double Mint chewing gum.

    Tony the Tiger with Frosted Flakes....."They're Greaaaaaat"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4imnotright View Post
    Dave, I believe that commercial was for Tariton cigarettes.
    Lets not for get the Marboro on
    Come to where the flavor is.
    Showed a cowboy smoking a cigarette in a herd of cattle.
    Yea, Steve, I knew what brand the slogan was for, just not how to spell it. Dad smoked them for a while. I remember they had a hole in the end of the filter.
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    And Kents had tiny holes clear around the base of the filter; so they were "healthier".

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    Jim, thanks for the correct spelling. When I smoked it was always Marboro.
    Dave I guess I was just showing my age. I wasn't old enough to smoke when that commercial ran
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