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EvilGentleman: 22nd Aug 2006 - 16:30 GMT

Wow, it sure cleaned up a lot. When I was a teen in the 80's, I remember seeing lots and lots of seedy porn theaters on 8th avenue.

Peter: 22nd Aug 2006 - 16:33 GMT

i kid you not, i am currently wearing a pair of jeans i got at the store pictured behind the cab in the second photo. i lived only a few blocks away from there when i used to live in ... small world!

slinkybender: I feel like someone is stalking me.

jeeff: why, did you buy pants there too?

karina: daddy drove a checkered cab, in 1954

colin: 22nd Oct 2006 - 23:00 GMT

As a tourists, my friends and I stayed at that hotel (Manhattan Broadway) in the top picture. Certainly an authentic experience, plus it fit into our budget nicely.

jeeff: 23rd Oct 2006 - 02:29 GMT

i didn't even notice that sign till you commented, but in fact i stayed there too in 1998. like you said, it was nothing special but it was a place to sleep, and centrally located.

jmag: 13th Nov 2006 - 04:10 GMT

dude in the car .see you in the rear view mirra..look like a starker

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