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Now and then web site
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 Post subject: Starting a new web site called MAHS Now and then
PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2007 10:43 am 
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I want to start another web site that has pics of you now and then.
Just threwing this out to see the response. I need a lot of interest in this to do it so let me know your feed back. I also want to add a page for those MAHSers that are no longer with us...

Drop me a line and let me know. Also putting a live chat room in

Billy Class of 1985

By the way Class of 1985 25th yr reunion is in three years Sign the roster so we can start planning the reunion. Even though its for class of 1985 everyone is welcome.. Lets start Planning

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Hmm. As anyone who knows me will attest, I try to avoid my "then" pictures at all costs.

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 Post subject: Funny...
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It's funny...I'm on the other side of the equation!! You know when you've peaked in 11th grade on the photo scale...it's time for some changes!! :)

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Now, now, Tony -- you look great. Although I will say it is hard to beat that fabulous coiffure you sported back then.

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What was cool about his hair back in the day is you could smack it with a hammer and it still wouldn't move...it never...NEVER got mussed.


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MrBill82 wrote:
What was cool about his hair back in the day is you could smack it with a hammer and it still wouldn't move...it never...NEVER got mussed.


Dare I ask how often you tested its resilience?

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And it was all natural wave and body! No spray...no mousse...just long hair (remember...an object at rest, tends to stay at rest...or something). But the real secret was the comb I used. One of those big back pocket jobbies with teeth and a four inch handle. You'd stick it in the back pocket of your Levis and the handle would stick up to the belt...I had mine four years until I lost in the states the summer I came home.

It was all in the comb!

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MrBill82 wrote:
What was cool about his hair back in the day is you could smack it with a hammer and it still wouldn't move...it never...NEVER got mussed.


Mr. Bill is just jealous because Jennie Felker copied his hairstyle junior year!


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A fro-rake. Awesome. These days I just run some Meguire's Auto Wax through for shine, hold, and body!

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 Post subject: Re: Starting a new web site called MAHS Now and then
PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2007 12:08 pm 
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[quote="Billy2285"][b] I also want to add a page for those MAHSers that are no longer with us...

I went to the web site to check out the Overseas Brats reunion that I think Tony talked about. Anyway, to my shock I discovered one of our classmates - 85 was killed in the military. I don't remember who he use to hang out with. I knew him from school in Bad Aibling previous to MAHS.

Winters, Bruce
U.S. Navy
Lieutenant Junior Grade
Aircraft accident
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
September 4, 1993.
Munich HS/Germany'85


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