You are an old Detroiter:
If you took a "moonlight cruise" to Bob-Lo with Captain Bob-Lo or went to Edgewater Amusement Park.
You shopped at Hughes and Hatcher, B Siegel, Peck and Peck, Himelhoch's, Rober Hall, Crowley's, Shopper Fair, EJ Korvettes, or Federals.
You remember the trolley cars that ran along Jefferson Avenue in Detroit:
You remember the Detroit train station:
You remember shopping at J.L. Hudson's and you rode the elevators which were operated by a person:
You remember the world's largest flat that flew on the side of Hudson's in downtown Detroit:
You remember a Winkleman's and a Sanders store in your neighborhood:
You remember the "big snow", Buffalo Bob, Howdy Doody, Clarabelle, Phineas T. Bluster, Princess Summer-Fall-Winter-Spring:
You remember Twin Pines Dairy delivered milk and juice to the chute in the back of your house and Milky the Clown performed magic with the magic words "Twin Pines."
You remember the Good Humor man in a white uniform, ringing the bells as he drove down your street:
You remember the Red Wings playing at Olympia Stadium:
You remember when Vernors was made on Woodward Ave and a bearded troll was on the bottle:
Your Mom bought groceries at Great Scott, Food Fair, Wrigley's, or Chatham.
You remember that the Giant Uniroyal Tire now on the Ford Freeway was once a ferris wheel ride at the 1964 World's Fair:
You and your Mom saved Holden Red Stamps, S&H Green Stamps, or Gold Bell Gift Stamps, and you licked them into those little books.
Kresge's and Woolworth's were "Dime Stores."
You had an uncle in the furniture business (Joshua Door).
You know who Bill Kennedy is:
You saw the Detroit Lions play football in Tiger Stadium:
You remember Black Bart and the Faygo song. Or how about "Which way did he go? He went for Faygo."
You watched Rita Bell's prize movies in the morning:
You remember Jack LeGoff, Van Patrick, and George Peirrot:
You remember Milky the Clown, Soupy Sales, Johnny Ginger, Poopdeck Paul, Captain Jolly, Sagebrush Shorty, and maybe even Sergeant Satko Salute:
You visited the Wonder Bread Bakery and got to take home a mini loaf of bread:
You visited the incredible Christmas display shown each year at the Ford Rotunda in Dearborn:
You remember "Get on the right track at 9 mile and Mack"
You remember a laundry chute, a milk chute, and a coal chute.
You remember going to Detroit Edison to exchange burned out light bulbs for free new ones.
CONGRATULATIONS! You are an Old-Detroiter!!