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Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
KRAMER IS NOT BOB MCGINLEY FOR SURE I KNOW DUH BEST 3 BASKETBALL PLAYERS STEVE PETTIT JOE KAUFMAN AND HUNDREDS TIED FOR THIRD JIM DRUM MIGHT BE CONSIDERED

Kramer;yo Bob what about Jimmy Golden and Larry Pettit

don't agree on Kaufman
 

 
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Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
Hey Big Al: How was your trip to ND Game? Who is minding your Mother while you are away? I heard that you retired in October what will you do now?

lots of Alcohol ha ha
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
I was thinking KRAMER was BOBBY MC GINLEY!!!!!!!

i think you might be right como'n Septa dude fess up --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
cool site,glad someone told me about it.Let's see you memories,names i haven't heard of in years,people who left us way to early R.I.P.all of you.You also have stuff on History reflecting on the neighborhood

and finally this insane guy called Kramer who cracks me up. you have it all.Great site really enjoying it.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
Brick sidewalk at Pennock and Parish,how the heck does K remember something like that.

IT MUST BE A KRAMER THING
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
Missy Hillock from 28th St. Would anyone know how she is doing? YEA HOW SHE DOING AND HER BROS jOE AND jOHNNY TOO
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
hey FatBoy get your head out of the fridge and post something LOL

yea i miss those great comments you make,sarcastic at times but right to the point--gotta love it
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
sorry your not the only one who had the hots for tommy french. what ever happen to him?
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
Is there more than one Tommy Quinn - because that doesn't sound like the one I know
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
Bob McGinley was a great basketball payer. He was good enough to play at a big time school.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
The three best basketball players from the SFX league in the 70's were Tommy Quinn, Dennis Kinsey, & Kevin Duffy. I agree Tommy Quinn was one of the toughest guys in fairmount
 

 
Name: TommyGoFish
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
By the way Tommy French married a beauty named Jennifer and lives in Brookhaven in Delaware County
 

 
Name: TommyGoFish
Date Entered:November 9th, 2007
 
I still think Vincey Carpenter is Kramer. He went to "Neumann". His wife's name is "Elaine" and remember the time the Genesee beer sign fell on him. (get it SEIN FELL) Nyuk Nyuk. And his younger brother was named George. I do remember he had an older brother or cousin who bought us beer
 

 
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Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
Hey Big Al: How was your trip to ND Game? Who is minding your Mother while you are away? I heard that you retired in October what will you do now?
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
Tommy French's sister is Joanie - she married Bobby Maines
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
Dick and Jean Harrow were very nice and kind people. They put up,with our nickel and dime candie purchases. I wish the Harrow family well. They put up with our non sense. May God Bless them.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
Lets not forget Ed Hill
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
Tommy Quinn, Kevin Kinslow, and Chico McGinley were the best basketball player in the neighborhood. Also Tommy Quinn was one bad Dude. I would not want to fight him.
 

 
Name: bob
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
KRAMER IS NOT BOB MCGINLEY FOR SURE I KNOW DUH BEST 3 BASKETBALL PLAYERS STEVE PETTIT JOE KAUFMAN AND HUNDREDS TIED FOR THIRD JIM DRUM MIGHT BE CONSIDERED
 

 
Name: Fat Boy
Date Entered:November 8th, 2007
 
No Kramer is Vincent Carpenter of Neumann fame.
 

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