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Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 20th, 2007
 
Pockets- the answer is none.Moses didn't take any animals on the ark,it was Noah..duh --and no his wife was not Joan of Arc LOL
 

 
Name: Pockets
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
Email: USA
 
Kramer; Two types, one was a male, the other was a female. Lol.
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
anybody--"how many types of animals did Moses take on the Ark"
 

 
Name: FMT GUY
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
Kramer-you are a riddle,at times anyway
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
good one bo bo--answer to the riddle "an apple a day would keep the Doctor away" or so Mr.Bus driver hoped
 

 
Name: bobo
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
obviously to keep a certain "someone" away-
 

 
Name: FMT GUY
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
sounds like some kind of riddle "K"
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
"a Doctor and a Bus driver were both in love with the same Beautiful girl named "Debbie"-now the Bus driver had to go on a trip for a week but he left "Debbie" a bag of apples before he left...why?
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 19th, 2007
 
remember Jimmy the Barber's famous words "In this land of toil and sin your head grows Bald...but not your chin " Pockets you liked that one didn't you
 

 
Name: FatBoy
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
Thank you for your kind words Pockets
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
how about Mikes candy store at 24th and Perot,and the poolroom he had in the back-Petes variety store water ices,and your right Martha's big ass ice cream cones,the more you talked to her the more scoops she'd put on- 15 or 20 cents i think,couldn't beat it.Great Times for me
 

 
Name: oldtimer
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
semiink-i remember Bergdolls Brewery(empty) two lots and there was a coal yard on the other side by Newkirk street--too far back for me,but i did hear that block of Newkirk St. was once called "Bergdoll Place"many moons ago when Bergdoll was in its heyday
 

 
Name: semiink
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
Location: N/E philadelphia
 
To all the young pups. Does anybody remenber the pickle works, 29th& Railroad [Penna.ave.] by the bridge?
 

 
Name: Pockets
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
Location: USA
 
Kramer; I will have to plead the fifth on that one, lol. But thanks for the input into this site. It is nice to see some good ole memories in here. Keep up the good work!
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
the Basketball Leagues at the Boathouse were totally awesome--am i right or what people
 

 
Name: Kramer
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
some good stuff getting thrown out there-thats what i'm talking about,keep it up Fairmounters--got to love it.
 

 
Name: Pockets
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
Location: USA
 
Fat Boy; That was well said.
 

 
Name: My favs
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
Julie Zaneris was pretty & sweet. She was quiet too. Diane Wilkins, Patty Meiluta, Debbie Archer, and a few others. Going to think about this.

 

 
Name: Give it up ......
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
Let's here it, where was your favorite make out spot??

St. Nicks' church steps? Bache's dark cubby holes? Down the Park somewhere? Lemon Hill? The Cripple? The drives up on Beechwood & 21st Streets between parrish & poplar??

Let's hear it.
 

 
Name: remember when ...
Date Entered:May 18th, 2007
 
Remember St. Nick's Bazaar?

The friday perogie sales, potato or saurkraut, at St. Nicks?

When Doc Fedyk owned Henneberry's?

Charlie Hughes hardware??

Pete's Variety??

Martha's on Taylor & Brown??

Beato's when it was really Beato's & the real fountain sodas, spinning stools & the real juke boxes??

sledding down Suicide Hill (now being ripped out for something)?

 

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