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I went to the NHRA museum monthly cruise and she was there. I don't know her age, but she was very flirtatious and sex kitten-like. Not sure if that was an act or not. Time has not passed by in vain and she never took off the big dark glasses.
Still, she was one of the most sexiest beautiful women ever.
I saw Linda a couple years ago at Corvette Funfest at Mid America in Effinghan IL. and if you figure how we look now as to how we looked back many years ago, she has aged well and still looks good for her age. Maybe she has had a few up lifts and tucks and a few things tightened up but all in all she still looks OK.
Well, look at it this way....while she "aged" being a celebrity, and doing all the hard work that celebrities do, many of us aged working rotating shifts, 60 hour work weeks, worrying about mortgage payments, etc. It DOES make a difference....
Larry Young, a professor of psychiatry at Emory University who studies the neurological basis of complex social behaviors, thinks human evolution has harnessed an ancient neural circuit that originally evolved to strengthen the mother-infant bond during breast-feeding, and now uses this brain circuitry to strengthen the bond between couples as well. The result? Men, like babies, love breasts.
I'm guessing it was 1975 and I was going to the NHRA Nationals in Indy. Our "dates" for the banquet were Linda and another Hurst girl. The name of the other girl eludes me but she was an ex-Playmate from NJ. We hung out in their room while they got ready and then went to the banquet. Our table got a lot of attention, met some famous people. After the banquet we split up, being I didn't drive a fuel car there was zero chance!