Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine? - Page 4 - TigerDroppings.com

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just1dawg
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re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


Happens sometimes in New Zealand and that's not a bad thing.





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jasonb01
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New Roads, LA
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


New Roads hasn't changed much since i grew up here 30 years ago. We do have a huge arse bridge to nowhere now though and they are building a Super Wal_Mart.





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SmackoverHawg
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re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


McGehee, Arkansas. shite hasn't changed in 30 yrs. Except stuff closing.





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USMCTiger03
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re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


Franklinton. Franklin also.





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tigerpimpbot
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re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


Loreauville, LA ftmfw





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REB BEER
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The South
Member since Dec 2010
4128 posts

re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


DeRidder is pretty bad, but we go pheasant hunting every year in Kimball, SD. I leave Thursday for this hunt, no shit, this town is exactly as it was in the 1950's.





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Cecil D Diesel
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8955 posts

re: Ever go to a town that feels like youre stepping into a time machine?


The midwest is full of towns like this. All up through NE, SD, ND, IA are towns exactly like this.

Recently I was in Memphis, Missouri-a town on the MO/IA/IL border which was the posterboy for time machines...






Wasn't just the buildings, but the people dressed like they were from a long time ago. There are Mennonites all over the place there too, which adds a little antiquity when you're going through the town. You saw cars from the 60's all over the place with super old people driving, which was probably a family car from when they first became common.






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