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Name:
Date Entered:September 18th, 2007
 
Larry Downey was a pretty good ballplayer, so was Larry Elliott.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 18th, 2007
 
"yep your Homophobic "

No, it wasn't a homophobic remark, it was a comment on how many of the guys turn out to be nothing but losers, sitting around all day, out of work and drunk or drugged out.
 

 
Name: Kelly ODonnell
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
Email: kelegriff71@aim.com
Location: New Zealand
 
Hey Lisa trout If you talk to and Andrea aain soon pls give her my e mail address.. She was one of my bestfriends growing up.. I know her and Danny broke up like 2 yrs ago.. Is she still at her moms house
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
Fuck Petey Ruffo, Who cares about him. What about that poor little child he abused.
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
Hey Wednesday is Al Fishers birthday,most everybody in Fairmount knows Al--he's one of the nicest guys around--so how about everybody wishes Al a Happy Bithday...let me be the first, Happy Bithday Big guy.
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
isn't eileen in Florida parish st,rabbit or original fairmounter or whatever your hiding behind these days--

Name: ORIGINAL FAIRMOUNTER Date Entered:September 17th, 2007 I remember the hse. on 25th & Swain & the old woman that lived there everyone called her "Bochie". Also, saw Eileen over the weekend, is it true she likes, perfers "girls".
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
Sad Memories indeed:oldtimers remember other family tragedy involving drugs and violence in the neighborhood

Tommy Brown and Robert Philips

Philips not surviving

Eddie Fulmer and Wassell Kunasz Wassall Kunasz not surviving

Joey Lap and Nicky Lap Nicky doesn't survive

senseless deaths of young men who had there whole lives ahead of them. all victims of drugs and violence.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
My top three best all-time baseball players in Fairmount for the oldtimers

lot of the oldtimers liked Eddie Keegan , Jimmy D'Orcini and Mike Morrissey.

 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
the Wards are one of the Classiest families in the neighborhood

What can I say! Mazzi Ward was one of the SWEETEST, and most courageous people I have ever had the PRIVILEGE to know. She brought me through several bad times. There was a girl with class and great attitude. I miss her dearly.

 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
yep your Homophobic

After seeing how some of the fairmount guys turned out to be, I am surprised there weren't more lesbians in fairmount. HAHAHAHAHAHA
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
so as much as this Carol feels the environment,drugs was a part of why he did this--that doesn't help what happened to this poor defenseless girl..my God that poor little girl...think how her family feels--thats the sad part and two families being destroyed forever.
 

 
Name: K
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
Carol sounds like her she's close to the family(Ruffo's) and her heart has been destroyed---but we must also remember the bigger picture, the family of the poor little "victim"-----her and her families lives have been destroyed beyond repair and will never be the same again .
 

 
Name: Kathy
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
its 26th and Swain st.Parish st.or whatever you call your self.

Name: ORIGINAL FAIRMOUNTER Date Entered:September 17th, 2007 I remember the hse. on 25th & Swain & the old woman that lived there everyone called her "Bochie". Also, saw Eileen over the weekend, is it true she likes, perfers "girls".

 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
a sad part is that Petey Ruffo's family's hearts have been ripped apart and i'm sure they had to move far away-and they will always be asking themselves could i have done something different with Petey,should we have moved somewhere else when he was growing up---all these questions are running thru there minds.Yes the poor parents and siblings will also have to live with this horrible incident that he did the rest of there lives also.
 

 
Name: BOB
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
this Parish st. he's signing under different names i'll ask the Webmaster to track his location if he continues--but for now....

Just ignore Parrish St, he'll go away eventually.
 

 
Name: Donna
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
What can I say! Mazzi Ward was one of the SWEETEST, and most courageous people I have ever had the PRIVILEGE to know. She brought me through several bad times. There was a girl with class and great attitude. I miss her dearly.
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
"What's the matter parrish st? jealous I never gave you the time of day? And I screwed who I wanted when I wanted. Oh by the way my dirtbag brothers told me to tell your mom they said hello. Does she still swallow?????? I heard she taught you all you know. Didn't I see you down Drury Lane in Center City with that pretty little boy? Wha't up parrish st? Into little boys now? No wonder you're such a woman hater."

Glad tosee some things never change. Go get him, Lisa.
 

 
Name: a friend
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
wasn't it 26th and Swain st where that house was(your geography once again Kramer)
 

 
Name:
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
I could reply to Carol's post about Ruffo, but I have to calm down before going off on her. I cannot believe that someone would actually defend that little piece of crap. f'in amazing.
 

 
Name: TM
Date Entered:September 17th, 2007
 
You tell them Lisa Trout. ;-)
 

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