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Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Who the hell is Kramer?

thats what bob is working on LOL
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Hymie Myers,Danny Myers,Bobby Myers,Margie Myers,Jeanie Myers,Jimmy Myers are they related?some have passed away i know
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Retired no i work in as a"Bouncer" in a Brassiere factory plenty of time to stay tuned Synn--actually shift work --as you know i can be a shifty guy at times
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Who remembers going to the Jailhouse at 30th and Markets Sts?? Fun times.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Bennie,

Get a life and grow up.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
or it could be Marilyn Miller in disguise--form Judson Street i think.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Bennie you definitely have some issues--seriously get some professional help
 

 
Name: Time out
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
A man wakes up in hospital, bandaged from head to foot.

The doctor comes in and says 'Ah, I see you've regained consciousness. Now you probably won't remember, but you were in a pile-up on the turnpike.' 'You're going to be OK, you'll walk again, but something happened. I'm trying to break this gently. Well, your willy was chopped off in the wreck and we were unable to find it.'

Now the guy groans a bit, but the doctor goes on, 'You've got $90,000 health insurance compensation coming to you for your lost body part and we have the technology now to build you a new one that will work as well as your old one did, better in fact. But the thing is, it doesn't come cheap. It's $7,500 an inch.'

The guy perks up at this.

'So the thing is', the doctor says, 'it's for you to decide how many in ches you want. But it's something you'd better discuss with your wife. I mean, if you had a five inch one before and you decide to go for a nine incher, she might be a bit put out. On the other hand, if you had a nine inch one before and you decide only to invest in a five incher, she might be disappointed. So it's important that she plays a role in helping you make the decision.'

So the guy agrees to talk with his wife and the doctor comes back the next day.

'So', says the doctor, 'Have you spoken with your wife?'

'I have.' says the fellow.

'And has she helped you in making the decision?'

'She has' says the guy.

'And what is the decision?' asks the doctor. .

'We're getting a new kitchen.'



 

 
Name: "out of the past"
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Mini skirt Mary.

Josephine and Emily were you bud's am i right
 

 
Name: fmtinmyheart
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
69-78 is before my time...well I went to St. Nicks in the 70's so u were ahead of me in class M.M. There is another MM in the neighborhood or use to be...there is confusion cause I am trying to figure out which MM u or who has been in here haha..
 

 
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Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
I remember going to Lincoln Chicken on Girard Ave. after a long night of drinking get a whole bucket with mac and cheese for 6 dolla
 

 
Name: Bennie
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
I dont care who u are that says Boo Hare Is so nice, Shes a fucking dog. A real Bow Wow
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
Location: Philadelphia
 
Gilliano is the correct spelling!!!!
 

 
Name: FAIRMOUNTER
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
I WOULD GUESS THAT M.M. IS MIKE MILLER. AM I RIGHT?
 

 
Name: True Fairmount Quizzo
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Man you guys know your stuff. Indeed it was the legendary story teller Chrissy Dugan who allegedly built a Sherman Tank and cleaned out Pepsi. And these were some of his minor accomplishments.

Question #3 This multi tooled athlete is said to have hit the farthest baseball in the history of FSA. Supposedly this switch hitting phenom cleared the trees on the little field when batting from the big field.

He was also said to have the fiercest slapshot in the days of the prison hockey although this could be debated.

For bonus points, who is the goalie who lost most of his teeth blocking these missiles without a face mask.

 

 
Name: inquiredmind
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
Location: fmt
 
MM, do u have a relative with the initials JM?
 

 
Name: fmtinmyheart
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
Location: notfarfromfmt
 
There were FH boys and then there were NWA boys or something like that. No, Chrissy Powers isnt a "smoker", and Tracie thanks for letting me know where Rev. Swenson is cause I couldnt for the life of me remember where he went to. As for talking crap on the Odonnell girls parents, grow the hell up...No one was perfect when they were younger but people do move on and grow up..Most do anyways. Wow Kiki, I remember him and a certain girl. Hard bodies lol and Kelly OD name the girls u say you know three of them, let me know cause I am one of them and I want to see if you are right hahaha...Memory lane is so great. I love coming in here and reading some of the things from the past.
 

 
Name: MARYANN MIGNOGNA (DIPIETRO)
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
Email: mdipi10718@aol.com
Location: WESTBROOK PARK
 
to the person that mentioned ronnie dewey- he works @ the gas station next store 2 where i work in drexel hill. he still looks the same.... what a nice guy he is.... have a great weekend 2 all...mare
 

 
Name: Marie
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
Email: face330@aol.com
Location: Port Richmond
 
Hey MM I also went to St. Nick's back in the day...I only know one person with the MM initials and i dont want to say the name here if I am wrong..I am going to one source before I say who u are or, u can email me at the address on here to see If I am right.
 

 
Name: M.M.
Date Entered:November 16th, 2007
 
Hey , wait a second. I'm an MM that went to St. Nicks also. There is gonna be some confusion here. I went from 69-78.
 

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