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Name: Kelly ODonnell
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
Location: New Zealand
 
Hey K,I remember Albert Barbera hanging out with my Cousin Jimmy Mcginley, I would say your right on tough when it comes to Barbera guys, you know Albert just pasted away like a mth ago. My mom was friends with his mom did the camp thing and all together, I remember his brother Jimmy palying basketball at camp.. those were te old days in fairmount were teh best all the families knew each other...
 

 
Name: iknowyou
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
hey FatBoy do what you normally do,sit back have a big bag of Dorito's,get the salt and cheese all over the keys and bust on people on the website.Talk about getting a life,look in the mirror Fat Boy
 

 
Name: ????curious????
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
How come no posts in the forum?? Shame, seems it would be good. Posts would go in right away instead of a day delay. I see a merriman is in there & I am guessing tommy muldoon. Surprised not mor activity.
 

 
Name: FMT GUY
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
Hey FatBoy "In this land of toil and sin your head grows bald but not your chin" remember FatBoy "where ever you go.. there you are....ask Tommy Quinn what that means when you see him
 

 
Name: Pockets
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
Location: USA
 
KRAMER. Joey Fetchin beat Franny and Albert up at the same time - LOL, ROFLMFAO !! You are too much ! Joey Fetchen has always been a gentleman, never a brawler. It sounds to me like you are trying to break his bal s. Lol. I do love your humor Kramer.

Beatos was the best back in the day when Mr. Beato owned it; Frank Rizzo ate there, The attornies from Center City came for lunch there, Police Officers from all of the districts ate there as well.

 

 
Name: TheBoss
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
Hey FatBoy and the bitch, looks like people are making comments on the "K" man's Dork and immature stuff,ain't that part of what its about,making conversation.So lighten up and start some positive rap
 

 
Name: FMT GUY
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
iknow what you mean about the Barbera bros.I once heard they beat up a deaf and dumb person,and then broke his fingers so he couldn't tell anyone.Don't know if its true,anyone hear that story.
 

 
Name: one who knows
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
lets face it..the list of fairmounters who died too young is waaaay tooo long...what a shame.
 

 
Name: bill
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
mikey powers?? i think he was one of those guys who get a rep, but never fought anybody. definitely over-rated. bobby ramuno too- another guy who never fought anybody. if you want to have a coversation like this, then lets include guys who proved they were tough--- nicky lap comes to mind. jimmy foster too.. both small guys, but i dont think peopled wanted to tangle with them..
 

 
Name: FMT ALWAYS
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
To lots of crazies -- i agree with you there sure aint no one that will ever compare to Herman and does anyone remember Emmo?
 

 
Name: Someone real close
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
Dont forget Larry Downey was the Best in baseball he had his faults but still was good RIP and the Baddest guy was Smokey RIP
 

 
Name: Pockets
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
Location: USA
 
Fairmount put out the prettiest and nicest girls around !
 

 
Name: NewGuy
Date Entered:May 11th, 2007
 
hey FatBoy,stay positve things will get better for you Bro
 

 
Name: Fairmounters who passed
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
 
John Naughton killed at 25th & Parrish in 1985. Stabbed to death. His brother was stabbed that night too. terrible times.
 

 
Name: Lots of Prety girls
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
 
In fairmount. When I was younger, Carol Zubeck (Casselli) was the prettiest by far. Many of her generation were the prettiest, little makeup was needed. Joanie Zubeck, her older sister. Pudgy Beato Muldone was beautiful. Cassie Muldone too.
 

 
Name: Lots of Crazies
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
 
Probably the craziest was Herman. Hard to compare too many others him.
 

 
Name: fairmount 4ever
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
 
Jackie Kirbin was pretty bad assed, so was Mikey Powers, Eddie Welch, Bobby Ramuno and a few others. Lots of tough dudes over the years.
 

 
Name: cheesesteak lover
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
 
Beato's when it was owned by George Beato had the best cheesesteaks. After he sold it, it went down hill, but when he did own it, no one could come close. I saw him a few months ago, he still looks great & misses Fairmount.
 

 
Name: old school
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
Location: somewhere
 
Greg Roth, Jim Bailey, Larry Downey, and Richie Hornyak RIP
 

 
Name: MARYANN MIGNOGNA (DIPIETRO)
Date Entered:May 9th, 2007
Email: mdipi10718@aol.com
Location: WESTBROOK PARK
 
ID HAVE TO SAY TERRY'S HAD THE BEST CHEESE STEAKS CAUSE IT WAS MY MOM WHO MADE THEM. AFTER TERRYS CLOSED MY MOM WORKED AT BEATO'S SO ID HAVE TO SAY AT ONE TIME THEY BOTH HAD THE BEST!!!! CAROLINE'S CHEESE STEAKS. MY WORKED @ TERRYS FOR OVER 20 SOME YEARS TILL THE DAY THEY CLOSED AND FROM THERE SHE WENT TO BEATO'S AND WAS THERE INTIL THEY CLOSED. LONG LIVE FMT AND THE BEST CHEESE STEAKS... MARE
 

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