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Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
Ahhh, the dangling Chad.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
Hey Northeast ,How do u know if Chad is a fake did u knock on every door on 25th street and ask for him ? lol





oh for sure--you silly goose
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
LOL, the SFX bathrooms. Lit up with a 40 watt bulb. Looking back, it was like a scene from a horror movie.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
i know Kramer and Big Al Fisher spet a lot of time at the Boathouse (Plastead Hall)
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
Bill Golden was a union plumber who donated his time to fixing broken things in SFX--not the custodian.

easy now--we know Bill Golden was a Union Plumber out of Local#690--didn't mean to insinuate he was a custodian---most all the Goldens are Plumbers out of Local #690--no offense---not there is anything wrong with being a custodian.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
Rock Fight!
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 29th, 2007
 
Who was Pete McGee?
 

 
Name: northeast
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
yes i knocked on every door and there was no chad lol i ws upset
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
I THINK HE LOSE THEM FROM SHAING YOUR WATER ICE. Who remembers how many fingers the water ice man was missing? I remember he told us he lost them from the door of his cart. Who remembers how many fingers the water ice man was missing? I remember he told us he lost them from the door of his cart.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
there was an old gas station on this corner. It as on the 25th street side on Pa Ave. side. Way before the Philadelphian. How may times do you remember when they where building the Philadelphian and being in SFX and every time one of the workers fell off the building we were sent home from school.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
I don't think they are Fairmounters

Again, does anyone remember Billy Dooble? Is Amel Pashnuck alive?
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
remember the troughs in the SFX boys room?? Every line up & take a leak. LOL the girls room wasn't a nice place either before they remodeled it. Dirty, stinky, doors hanging off, water puddles on the floor. Toilets didn't flush. No hot water. No toilet paper. No wonder tuition is so high. The kids need to go to the bathroom. Maybe if they went to the bahtroom before they left the house tuition would go down.
 

 
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Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Anybody ever go swimming in the fountains at the Art Museum. When the Park Guards patroled the park. You would be in the fountain in your bathing suit and they would steal you cloths.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
oh yes, Father Klein. He would pick the guys up by their sideburns. ouch.
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Hey Northeast ,How do u know if Chad is a fake did u knock on every door on 25th street and ask for him ? lol
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
do we have any people out there that ever played basketball at the boat houses?
 

 
Name: Buchanan
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
Location: n/e Philly
 
To K What kind of gas station was it?

Ithink the triangle was where the trolley went underground from Springarden st.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Again, does anyone remember Billy Dooble? Is Amel Pashnuck alive?
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
Charlie Hughes was a good- GREAT guy. I don't understand that.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 28th, 2007
 
I agree with Lisa to a degree Eddie always helped people out when they needed a hand but he lived the same life as his brothers & sisters and they didn't end up like him and from what i can remember about Chrisy she was heavy but pretty.And the last time I saw her she wasn't fat any more. lol
 

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