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Name: Chubby Chaser
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
boy some people have no idea what the fuck they are talking about. kenny killed his brother for no reason. h e threw him out the window when he was ll fucked up. after he himself almost died and the er nurse, who i know personally saved his life. now as far as some guys only getting fat chicks. it sounds like you never got laid.



roll the Fat chick in flour and look for the wet spot
 

 
Name: Kathy
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Hi everyone, Im new in the area, Just moved here from Houston Texas. Im a 25yr gay male . Was just wondering if there are any straght guys out there that would be interesed in showing me around town. I could be a really good friend to have.Im not looking for a sex partner just a few friends



uh parrish st where are you
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Do you remember the pizza truck that would come around at night? How about folk music at the Art Museum? Stopping at Pete's on 24th Street on the way home from school to buy candy? Martha's at Taylor and Brown Street for the towering scoops of ice cream? Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve was always packed, especially in the back? The May Procession, when the entire school paraded up and down the streets near school? or Howdy Doodie's at Maxine's? (Ice cream cone, with jimmies, whip cream and a cherry), Young's Candy on Girard Avenue (which closed just last year), Henry Batistelli who owed Terry's Kitchen(and was the nicest guy around. He quietly helped a lot of neighborhood people)?





Great stuff
 

 
Name: Time out
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
For those who are bad mouthing eddie specht, you have no idea what that kid has been through in his life. He may not be the best looking or smartest tool in the shed but if you needed a hand he would be there for you in a minute, so for the person who thinks looks are everything, look in a mirror. eddie has no trouble sleeping at night do you? Why is it that people pick on those who struggle in life? Give the guy a break.



good point Lisa --uh by the way its "sharpest tool in the shed"
 

 
Name: CP
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.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
If the nuns beat us today like they did back then, they'd all be arrested and charged with assault.

The worse part about it was if your parents found out a nun beat you, they beat your ass again because you must have done something wrong. LOL
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Location: New Zealand Peggy was the name of the lady who worked at Beato.. Kenny and Joey were her sons. Joey was clmbing into the window and Kenny thought it was a thiefand he beat him that is how he killed Joey... Peggy was orginally a Craig, her dad and my grandpop were brothers.

i'm sure there another version Kel
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Now let's do the priest. Who remembers Father Kenny, Father Brennen. Coming around for you litter church envelope.

how about Father Kline and Father Craven
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Name: Sloopy Date Entered:September 26th, 2007 Location: Ga Anyone remember the Penn movies on 24th and Brown..Way before St. Hedwigs..



now your really going back and even St.Hedwigs is gone now too
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Kenny Shostack killed his brother. His mother used to work at beatos. Cant remember her name, older redhaired woman.

her name was Mrs.Shostak wasn't it.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Name: Slim Shady Date Entered:September 25th, 2007 I stopped drinking in Mckennas when Boo is working.Because no matter how much i drink she just doesnt get any prettier.Her and her Coke bottle glasses.She just turns my stomach.



I think she's "Hot"--to each his own
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Name: parrish st Date Entered:September 25th, 2007 fairmount doesnt exist i agree with your post i wont denigrate or disparge anymore fairmount was a great place to grow up memories are all we have



this can't be Parrish st.too many big words for him.LOL
 

 
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
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
Chad, there's a State Store on the corner of 25th & Girard. You might want to stop there and ask the question.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
How about those nuns saying "get those P####'s off the floor."
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
What were the janitors names (any year) at SFX that use to throw the saw dusk down when we threw up
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
I thought the Philadelphian was built on the Triangle. There was a little tiny gas station on the 25th St. side.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
anybody go to Irish Weekend last weekend. How was it?
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
 
When was the last time anybody saw a homemade skooter. Who ever built one?
 

 
Name: mc
Date Entered:September 27th, 2007
Location: Fairmount
 
to fairmount fan - talking about Terry's - it was the best ham hoagie in Philly - never had one better
 

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