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Wednesday, November 26th 2014
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Yolanda Vega: Happy Thanksgiving to all of the beautiful Puerto Rican people who ever lived in Bushwick. I hope all of you enjoy a sumptuous turkey dinner tomorrow.
As for anon and Central Avenue Man- bread and water.
Harry E.: I used to like I.R.A. songs because their so lively & enthusiastic &, at times, humorous. Here's one:
One Sunday morning
While on me way to mass,
I met a bloody Orangeman &
killed him for his pass.
I killed him for his pass, me boys,
& sent his soul to hell,
& when he got back,...
Harry E.: The statue does look Egyptian at all, but, rather, it looks really WIERD!!!
Harry E.: Some say that the beautiful, tall, & majestic buildings in Lower Manhattan make the streets there resemble canyons!
Harry E.: Speaking of canyons, I was lucky, at one time, to have gone to the Grand Canyon--one of the most beautiful & majestic sites on earth!!! No wonder the composer Grofe' wrote the Grand Canyon Suite in its honor!
Harry E.: The above picture doesn't look at all like a canyon, but it looks like ugly buildings in an urban slum neighborhood!!
Harry E.: Per the wording at the bottom here, it looks like "caveat" is Jamie & Peter's last name!
Michele: I found this site, like many others, by goggling Bushwick HS. I was looking for info on the counselors, Mr. Faber, Mr. Holden and Mrs. Bair-Bey. This is such a treasure trove of memories, especially when your memory is getting sketchy. I graduated in 1971 in the college bound program....
anon (ool-457c23c9.dyn.optonline.net): Black Puerto Picans!!!
big i: i take back what isaid man I love texas!!!!
mark Garbutt: One of two place that you would get the best smoke meat eve.
you will be missed.
Central Avenue Man: Hey, everybody knows who f---ed up Bushwick.
Yolanda Vega: Anon, Am I correct in surmising that you believe that if 50 years ago all Puerto Picans residing in Bushwick were incarcerated in a concentration camp, that the Bushwick Theatre would still be in pristine condition?
A Rare Ruin in Bushwick
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