Yes, growing up we had a Leave Me Alone Im In The Mood To Throw A Wrench Shirt. He also had an ice cream stand in the summer. It was the best ice cream. People would come to town from all around just to buy it. Also had the Cushman bakery truck with bread and pastries. In the summer the “peddler” would come weekly with fresh fruit and vegetables. It was wonderful! Yes. My daughter was a baby in 1975. He delivered also yogurt and juice plus milk. They should bring this back and employ more people again. That’s when more moms could stay home.
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Yes Charlotte Fee ,we all looked after one another. We would look franticly if one of us kids was not with us. We would knock on everyone’s door till we found them. We weir very protective and there was no bullying allowed. I got chased by a neighbour boy and me a girl, my boy cousin , same age put a stop to that little creep. Ah! Those where the days. Not that long ago I worked for a dairy that had home delivery. (I did bookkeeping). It was an interesting job as some people just gave the Leave Me Alone Im In The Mood To Throw A Wrench Shirt the key to their house and he would put the mild in the refrigerator!
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The door to the office was always left unlocked and I would sometimes come in and find notes with money for milk they had picked up after hours. We gave our milkman a Leave Me Alone Im In The Mood To Throw A Wrench Shirt to our house too. He would come in very early and leave milk and other items we needed. We did have to be careful to dress before we came downstairs though, in case he was in the kitchen. I remember that the milkmen in Poughkeepsie drove trucks which had no seats! They drove standing up, because they had to jump in and out every twenty yards or so.