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Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
Remember Charlie Hughes hardware?? Or when Henneberry's was Fedicks & Charlie Henneberry was just a young kid working there??

Nick's Bar at Judson & Brown?
 

 
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Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
The original Maxines .... Judson & Parrish.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
Herbie's Shoe Store....Now that is going back a ways.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
What ever happened to the mercer brothers, Eddie & Robbie. It would shock me if they are still alive.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
Well, now we know how Fatboy got his name, he sits home & eats all day.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
"Peaches, Peaches, get your peaches, 2 pounds for a dollar, peaches, peaches"
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
Smokey Wills & Jackie Wills are dead too?? Wasn't there another sister, Donna?? What's up with her?? I know Lynnie died years ago.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
"Name: fairmount girl Date Entered:September 5th, 2007 I would not waste my time sharpening my claws to fight with these bitches!

Fairmount girls are such a turn on.
 

 
Name: Marie
Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
Location: port richmond
 
Do u remember there were two Maxine's one on the corner of 25th and parish and the other one which was more popular i think it was the street before 23rd street and for the life of me i cant think of it....but it was on the corner there....bambrey and parish, no I think the street after that...lol any help here would be nice...old age setting in..Love reading about all the different stores and things everyone remembers, showing my age here.
 

 
Name: T.M.
Date Entered:September 6th, 2007
 
Yo M.M., yep, it is me. I thought that was you when I saw the initials & those names. Hope all is well with you. Still living at the shore??
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
Yea I remember Crazy Ray, We use to tease the shit out of him. Had great time just being kids, We never tried to ever hurt him in any way tho. R.I.P. Ray. It was all in fun. But we did have a lot of loonies in the hood, Who here remembers EdMin from 24th street? Now he was a fry short of a Happy Meal
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
Are you kidding Little Petes for breakfast? They suck and they over charge you. Plus you gotta sit there and look at all the yuppies. The Best Place For a great breakfast would be Your Own Kitchen. Learn to cook you lazy bastards
 

 
Name: specht
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
Location: delaware county
 
fairmount was a piece of property, fairmounters were a group of survivors. most of seen and done enough to complete a trilogy.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
Ed, Spec, is in Richmond with the wife and kid, Fran Wills is still alive was in richmond.. wife tossed him his brothers and sisters are all gone killed or OD very sad had really great parents, Shawn Clancey gone but Joey the last I heard was good and living in Roxbourgh.. Rocky I would bet he is over all ok doing his thing.Also if we want this to be a Pierson jr site what is the big deal he is a real fairmount kid with a real fairmount family, even if you dont like them there a part of fairmount the real one...
 

 
Name: fairmount girl
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
I would not waste my time sharpening my claws to fight with these bitches!
 

 
Name: boz827
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
How about Vincent's Variety Store on 24th between Aspen and Brown...A few stores down from Herbie's Shoe store...Best place to get a pair of Bo-Bo sneakers..
 

 
Name: M.M.
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
We used to play halfies across the street from my friends house and then go up on his roof and collect all the home runs we hit.
 

 
Name: M.M.
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
Hey T.M., Yea Ginny Judge was hot,she was my girlfriend in 7th grade. If you are who i think you are by your initials then i made out with her in your house. 25th street
 

 
Name: M.M.
Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
yes ,you're right. George was actually Ray. If you said hi Ray he would be nice but if you said George he would freak out. One time in Church he was 3 rows in front of us and we kept saying George and he finally turned around and screamed "fuck you " right in the middle of mass.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 5th, 2007
 
Good breakfast @ little pete's in the philadelphian next to kliens supermarket. enter on fairmount ave side.

as for parking, good luck.
 

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