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Name: Rosco
Date Entered:August 7th, 2007
Email: roscor901@myway.com
Location: Australia
 
Whos writing a book? Is it about Fairmount? Man i could tell that person a few storys But then id have to kill him lol
 

 
Name: Kelly ODonnell
Date Entered:August 7th, 2007
Location: New Zealand
 
Hey Lauren, Fmt always supports the Shawn Daily tournament how about talking to John Dunn and those guys about getting in touch with the Tigers in Richmond to get involved with the tourny. I hoe that all goes well in your brothers honour....
 

 
Name: Ken Poorman
Date Entered:August 6th, 2007
Email: kpoorman@verizon.net
Webpage Address: kenpoorman.com
 
Does anyone remember Anna Graff, who lived on Olive Street. She went to SFX and Hallihan (Class of 1956?). She married a cop and moved to Camden. I wish I could contact her, she's a cousin, but I don't know her married name. Can anyone help?
 

 
Name: GUESS SO
Date Entered:August 4th, 2007
Location: USA
 
Name: SAD TIME Date Entered:July 26th, 2007 Graveley's making money and Yuppies is that all thats left of Fairmount....i guess it is.

I seem to remember the Gravely Boys when they were just little tots, and you were home watching Popeye etc. This family was out there working hard. So what is wrong with that? Their hard work and hard years has finally paid off. It did not come easy to them, just remember that. If it is finally paying off, "God Bless to all of these Guys and their families, they do deserve it."
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:August 4th, 2007
 
I think half the people that say stuff in here aint real Fairmounters, Just some yuppies trying to fit in, I hate them Damn Yuppies. They are the ones that ruined Fairmount.
 

 
Name: Kelly ODonnell
Date Entered:August 3rd, 2007
Location: New zealand
 
HEY a book, what would this book be about and whose point would it come from, I think it would be great for the story to come from different point of views maybe it can come from "oldtimer" K-man and Rosco, WE all have stories to tell about FMT... Not all are good and as long as it is an honest story I think he could be a great story, maybe Mel gibson could play our favorite guy of FMT... ROSCO later
 

 
Name: MARYANN MIGNOGNA (DIPIETRO)
Date Entered:August 3rd, 2007
Email: mdipi10718@aol.com
Location: WESTBROOK PARK
 
for those who are interested in the tournament for rob it will be the weekend of aug 24,25 & 26. hope to see you all there.. r i p rob
 

 
Name: Kelly Odonnell
Date Entered:August 2nd, 2007
Location: NZ
 
Hey a book, can you imagine that??/ Whose eyes would they see it from... A lonely kid looking from the outside in.. or one of the in crowd kids.... I will say for me FMT was great Though how great it was it also was a cruel and hard place to grow up... It helped me to live in this crazy world that is for sure, I had to fight boys and win so that I would be left alone...I also have all my gretest friends that til this day we are together all from FMT... So a book would be good... Maybe the railrd rats era would be good.. Dan Drum could be help with that... I am an 80's FMT kid and that is when it started to change into a yuppy ville and we all started to leave..If Rosco is a main character I think Mel Gibson should play him, you know a crazy actor for a great and crazy guy.. (Rosco it is stll raining here how about there... havent seen you on the net wife got you cleaing again, give jem my best ok)
 

 
Name: Lauren P
Date Entered:July 29th, 2007
Email: laurenp926@yahoo.com
 
Tournament for Rob Pierson:

August 24 at 5:30 p.m. at the Dairy; August 25 at 9:00 a.m. at FSA; August 26 at 9:00 a.m. at FSA.

If anyone wants to join a team or have your own team, please e-mail me on or before August 17, 2007.

 

 
Name: MARYANN MIGNOGNA (DIPIETRO)
Date Entered:July 27th, 2007
Email: mdipi10718@aol.com
Location: WESTBROOK PARK
 
FOR THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THE TOURNAMENT FOR ROB PIERSON IT WILL BE THE WEEKEND OF AUG 24-26.. HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE. RIP ROB. WE LOVE YOU & WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR SMILING FACE...
 

 
Name: paul vario
Date Entered:July 26th, 2007
Location: new tork, ny
 
I'm not a fairmounter, But i spent many a nights having a good time @ Jumbo's on Brown st back in the 80's.
 

 
Name: SAD TIME
Date Entered:July 26th, 2007
 
Graveley's making money and Yuppies is that all thats left of Fairmount....i guess it is.
 

 
Name: uh oh
Date Entered:July 26th, 2007
 
its jump on the Bandwagon time everyone.
 

 
Name: let's hear...you
Date Entered:July 26th, 2007
 
i got an idea-- let the joke bashers start a conversation

DUH
 

 
Name: Mike Miron
Date Entered:July 24th, 2007
Email: spacreek@aol.com
Location: annapolis, MD
 
Hey folks from Fairmount - I grew up in the neighborhood during the early 50s. My heart is still there. Are there any others out there willing to share stories for a book? I for one want to share many great experiences. Let me know.
 

 
Name: OLDTIMER
Date Entered:July 19th, 2007
 
What happened to all the "jokers"?
 

 
Name: Marie
Date Entered:July 17th, 2007
Location: port richmond
 
drew carey is new host on price is right lol...how is everyone doing?
 

 
Name: Fairmounter25
Date Entered:July 16th, 2007
 
Hey does anybody know if there having the Rob Pierson Softball tournament again and when it is ?
 

 
Name: Rosco
Date Entered:July 15th, 2007
Email: roscor901@myway.com
 
Wheres this new Forum at? I click on Forum and all it does is takes me to the old shit.Will someone out there help me out?
 

 
Name: eyeagree
Date Entered:July 15th, 2007
Location: somewhere in town
 
I agree. Please put some real chats on here like there was before. Jokes are alright but i didnt know it was the fmt. lounge for stand up comedy. Gravelys buy everything up that I hear of.
 

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