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    1. HELLO CHICAGO 41 months ago | reply

      Bring back red countertops.

    2. Era: '51 - Gone to Ipernity 41 months ago | reply

      Mom's Diner
      'What'll it be, Sport?"

    3. The Fenriswolf 41 months ago | reply

      The residents of the small town nearest to where I live had free gas up to a few years ago. The oil company sank a well in the middle of town and in return for the drilling rights agreed to supply the town with free gas for several decades. The agreement expired and the well was shut down a short while back. Seemed like a good idea for the oil company at the time. They used to consider gas a pleasant by product. Now it's just as, if not more, important than petroleum and the price will continue to climb...

    4. Mike ATX 41 months ago | reply

      I wouldn't mind my kitchen looking like this. I like the folding thing at the end of the counter.

    5. HELLO CHICAGO 41 months ago | reply

      Part kitchen and part diner. Does it come with a juke box?

    6. twostrikes2003 41 months ago | reply

      Very high-performance.

    7. geoaturservice [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      very cool look-I'll cook, you clean

    8. x-ray delta one 41 months ago | reply


      ... come to think of it- we had red counter-tops when I was a kid. Must have been a 'fifties-thing'.

    9. Douglas606 41 months ago | reply

      My dad had restaurant style booths installed in two homes we lived in when I was a kid. He loved them. They are actually very practical for a big family.

    10. HELLO CHICAGO 41 months ago | reply

      Wish I had them in my kitchen.

    11. EmBee's Web 41 months ago | reply

      This setup is great! Too bad all the bright white and contrast between the colors are blinding me.

    12. mgabrys 40 months ago | reply

      The first headline was "Gas - now with fewer exploding neighborhoods". This one skewed better.

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