Seriously, this chat area goes unused way too much. Milk bottles are fascinating and historic. ACLs are popular and after 1900, so why not milk bottles? People tend to use milk (drink/baking) much more often than soda-pops or beers. Since it's a part of our daily lives, one might expect people to like it more. But, no! Milk bottles don't get the recognition or appreciation they should. There are plenty of desired, rare, unheard-of, and local milks out there--in color too! Embossed, ACL. But they never get such popularity. I like soda-pop bottles myself more, but I also come across them and alcohol much more often than milks (all-in-all, one intact, several shattered have I found.) Whereas other people who have the means to obtain them are more likely to collect--but not so heavily as other bottles. What's up with this? I just want to know why. The one milk I have is one of my favorites--moreso than some of my best soda-pop pieces. Why is it rare to hear lots on milks?