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She wore Levi-Strauss jeans and a plain white T- shirt It was the year 1978 when my mother was 18 years old as I am now She was a country girl you might say and I am as prissy as one may get She loved her horse named Pepsi like I love my car She also loved the ranch like I love the mall My mom and I grew up in different eras and I really cant believe how different we are I had the chance to interview her and find out how different she really was and what it was like being eighteen in the seventies It was the year after Star Wars during the age of experimentation when flashing light and throbbing sounds of disco took over Saturday Night Fever was the hottest movie around and everyone was introduced to Garfield It was also the time when Richard Nixon conceded and space exploration was at an all time high Music fashions and entertainment of the seventies were very different from my adolescent years Music in the seventies was really much different Sounds of Harry Chaplin Pink Floyd and The Who were heard throughout the house so loudly that the china in the china cabinet would shake Posters of Roger Daltry were on every square inch of my mothers room You could say she sort of had a crush Instead of stars like Roger Daltry we have Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit and many others There is such a wide variety of music in the 1990s My mother basically stayed into one form of music which was rock and roll I me on the other hand love country alternative RB rap and the occasional classical selection Fashion during my mothers time are somewhat like the fashions today because in the long run we took their styles and dragged it into the twenty first century Bell-Bottoms were the craze but we call them
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