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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
chad is fake i think someone is playing games

Kramer me thinks you are correct
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Sister Lorretta from St. Frannys was the one that use to say getty those "P@#$%&'s off the floor and all the kids would get hysterical laughing. We were so immature. LOL Those were the days when something so innocent could be so funny.



Ah yes Sister Eileen Loretta Rm #21--made Mother Superior at St.Martin of Tours later on---was at the reunion just a couple of years ago with Larry Pettit,Joe Sinai,Franny Leonard,Jimmy Golden and that class
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Who remembers how many fingers the water ice man was missing? I remember he told us he lost them from the door of his cart.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Bill Golden was a union plumber who donated his time to fixing broken things in SFX--not the custodian.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Name: Chad Michaels Date Entered:September 27th, 2007 There sure are a lot of good looking men in Fairmount.I just moved on 25th street i see all of them . The roofers are really hot looking to. Id like for one of them to show me around



Ashton Kutcher stop trying to punk us and TCB with Demi Moore--

 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Guess we should start using the forum. More ppl should sign up & chat in there.
 

 
Name: northeast
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
chad is fake i think someone is playing games
 

 
Name: northeast
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
chad is fake i think someone is playing games
 

 
Name: northeast
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
chad is fake i think someone is playing games
 

 
Name: Fairmount Fan
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
Location: Philadelphia
 
More memories: Collecting bottles to return to the store for cash, Janton's Barbershop on 25th Street, Football games at the Hollow, basketball games at 25th & Brown, Saturday afternoon movies at St. Franny's (it was a dime to get in), shaved water ice from a guy who had a wagon he pulled through the neighborhood, ice skating at Penn Center or roller skating at Chez Vous in Upper Darby, bowling league (which I think was sponsored by the VFW post).
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Maybe he's just a dangling chad??
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
remember the troughs in the SFX boys room?? Every line up & take a leak. LOL
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
wow, someone mentioned the drives. Great makeout spot when you were 14-15 yrs old.
 

 
Name: Webmaster
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
Email: webmaster@fairmountonline.com
Location: Fairmount
Webpage Address: http://www.fairmountonline.com
 
Hello,

As some of you may remember, there was a time when things here in the guestbook got really heated. A lot of people were posting very hurtful things. At that time, I was contacted and asked to do something about the issue. My solution was to modify the guestbook so that each post had to be approved before it would appear. That seemed to work pretty well, and the negativity seemed to stop. In fact, I eventually (about 3 months ago) decided to stop monitoring all the posts and just let them automatically appear.

Unfortunately, I have once again been asked to do something about the negative things being posted in the guestbook. I am going to be turning the "moderation" back on, and all posts will have to be approved before appearing.

Because this can take some time, I would encourage you to refrain from posting too many jokes, etc. As much as I've enjoyed Kramer's one liners, posts like that will just create a backlog of posts that I will have to read and approve before they appear.

I will probably be purging the guestbook of many of the posts that are in it, because I'm not sure I have time to selectively delete what appear to be offensive posts.

Feel free to discuss this issue. But I would encourage you to register for and use the Forum...not the guestbook.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Is Mr. Scott Still around? I think he lived by 24th & Merideth. He coached baseball for FSA.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
I think Chad is pulling our legs.
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
did anyone hear about the two peanuts walking in the park---one was a-salted----boo
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Name: Chad Michaels Date Entered:September 27th, 2007 There sure are a lot of good looking men in Fairmount.I just moved on 25th street i see all of them . The roofers are really hot looking to. Id like for one of them to show me around



where's Ashton Kutcher--- really--- are we being punked?
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
What were the janitors names (any year) at SFX that use to throw the saw dusk down when we threw up



way back i remember a guy named Mr.Naylor-- i think Mr.Rollo and Mr.Bill Golden also had the position at one time
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
I thought the Philadelphian was built on the Triangle. There was a little tiny gas station on the 25th St. side.



no your lost -its across from the Philadelphian
 

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