Some things are better forgotten .... but others are timeless (like that car). I also love antiques, vintage clothes, and old photographs.
That car and its peers forced the sacrifice of 50,000 Americans every year, chosen at random. Oh, and an awful lot of those fatalities were in single car wrecks.
The dummy in driver seat of the 1969 car was a mess. The dummy in the driver seat of the 2009 car got a scratch on its knee.
Nice page SAZ.
It depends. My stupid mistakes? Yes. Things like that car? No.
I dig old things, from people to music, furniture(even the vintage iron lawn furniture), books, buildings, blah blah. Things were made better when they were made by crafts people who took pride in what they did.
Yes unless necessary for the future.
How do you determine that? So nothing is really left in the past....
A CV/résumé is unfinished without past accomplishments, for one.
Also when you go for a medical exam...your history and your family history is v important.
Many things in the past are better.
So the upshot I get is not to leave everything in the past. Hm. Odd. And I thought our culture was for leaving the past in the past.