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Name: Kathy
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
Ha Ha Ha so true: WHY WERE MEN GIVEN LARGER BRAINS THAN DOGS? (so they won't hump women's legs at cocktails parties)

 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
did anyone see ed speck walking holding hands with some older looking woman? i thought he was helping an old lady cross the street until he introduced her as his old lady and he's not lying she's fugly to.
 

 
Name: wat up bro
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
Location: some place in the world
 
Harry Boyle owned the bar at Bucknell and Brown St.. he was my cousin Laura dad.. He passed like 30 some yrs ago... I was really little back then.. sad to say his daugher is also gone left behind 3 kids all grown living in S.philly
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
was it sister stella with the rulers?? I remember her moving up to a metal yardstick from her wooden pointer.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
I cubey holes in the drive....

yup, behind the houses between parrish & poplar in the drives on beechwood, 21st & woodstock streets.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
who rembers sneaking into St nicks school yard & making out in there & the priest comming over & chasing everybody out all the time??
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
some old heads popping up here. That is a good thing. Cut the drama/hater posts out & they are some good reading.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
"The guy that killed his brother was named Kenny not Vinnie."

Kenny Shostack killed his brother. His mother used to work at beatos. Cant remember her name, older redhaired woman.
 

 
Name: ORIGINAL FAIRMOUNTER
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
SLIM SHADY, THE ONLY REASON YOU GO TO JUMBO'S ON FRIDAY NIGHTS WHEN GARY IS WORKING IS BECAUSE HE GIVES AWAY FREE DRINKS ALL NT. AS MUCH AS HE GIVES AWAY HE SHOULD JUST GIVE THE BAR AWAY - THE OWNER'S SHOULD KNOW
 

 
Name: Chris
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
I am going to the Mazzi benefit. Hope there is a large turn out.
 

 
Name: parrish st
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
jg u still in the closet
 

 
Name: parrish st
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
jg still ahater if u thnk ur rght confront him
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
Remember grabbing onto a car bumper and letting it pull you down the street if the snow was deep enough?
 

 
Name: TM
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
Email: tom.muldoon@comcast.net
 
Yo Mark M, email me when you get a chance. We can catch up.
 

 
Name: CP
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
How about Super Sunday? Does anyone remember that? How about making out in the cubie holes up the drives? Only people from FMT would even remotely know what that means. LOL
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 26th, 2007
 
The guy that killed his brother was named Kenny not Vinnie.
 

 
Name: Slim Shady
Date Entered:September 25th, 2007
 
Im not an original Fairmounter but ive lived there long enough to know these people and i dont care what any one says.I drink in Mc Kennas on a Friday night when i know Gary is working at least when hes working its kinda fun to be there , But when Boo is working She just brings the whole house down with her belittling every one she sees cause i guess they dont fit up to her criteria ( Like she has a personality of her own is surprising)
 

 
Name: T.S.
Date Entered:September 25th, 2007
 
parrish street i thought you knew all, we're the same age.
 

 
Name: Lisa Trout-Porrini
Date Entered:September 25th, 2007
Email: lporr88@comcast.net
Location: South Philly
 
The most charming man in Fairmount, Charlie Hughes Sr. I loved going in his hardware store and listen to him do Donald Duck or chase the mouse game. I don't ever remember seeing him without a smile. His son Charlie certainly has his personality.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 25th, 2007
 
Anybody ever go to SFX on a Saturday and see the movies for a dime. Any buy penny candy.
 

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