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Plantation/MacLellan Street: William Carlin Lol 13-0 you find magic mushrooms up the cunyon again lol That game ended 1-1 memory recalls that your school received a last minute penalty taken 3 times until you scored (not you) Such......

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jimmy drain/kp: joe ah new all that mob well,soups still on the go,an hugh haggerty(he wis ma da s cousin,hare used to save up his jokes for me commin up fae london,then we wid staun in baxters......

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Joe Dunnachie - Corby: Jimmy Drain - You said you met Linnyplants Da, Jackie Marshall. I was in McKechnies betting club one Friday evening when the door burst open and a scaler called malkie Letham(do you remember him) ran......

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Marie nee Wilson: Fabulous site. Came across it by accident, as usually happens. I was born in Trafford Park in the 50's and my paternal grandparents came down from Paisley, Glasgow in around 1907/08 as my......

in response to: Barton Power Station by Dave

Sandra Allan: John Eadie....I'll talk to lynn tomorrow...and i'll get anna collie's number and ill give her a wee call and get robert's number for you.... If you look at the picture....you'll see grannie i'm right in front......

in response to: Barton Power Station by Dave

Coleman: Update: I live just one half mile from Scott Lake. Scott Lake was a huge sinkhole since its start. This sudden opening of three small sinkholes within the south end of the lake was......

in response to: The Case of the Disappearing Lake by sine

Roland Gilliam: I arrived in Norton on election day 2012. My purpose was to move the old airway tower at the airport to my airport in Carthage N.C. That was done and was accomplished with no......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 5 by Scott Sargent

Robert Elliott: To Plantation/MacLellan Street : Aye , the plots sorted out the men from the boys . If you didnae have gravel rash on yer arse ye were chicken ! I remember those Sunday games .......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 5 by Scott Sargent

Lou: remember that tv commercial cartoon, don't cross in the middle in the middle of the street, keep your eyes up, tach your ears to hear and wait and wait until the light turns green? I......

in response to: Sunset Park by little ukraine

Franny Wentzel: Recovered article ##I'm Too Old for Skateboarding## **Philadelphia, PA - JJ - Friday, December 16th, 2005** A few weeks ago I decided to get a little excercise during my weekly trip to band practice. So instead of taking......

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Geordie: Referencing sleepygirl`s comments,I too am furious, instead of a cheap particle board box, that womans remains need to be put in a new casket, and that wall, where the marble marker was......

in response to: Bayside Acacia Cemetery by NWhyC

bus74: Yall need to quiit disrespecting gang bangin been dead.. I'm a outstanding member of the growth and development movement and obviously some people and folkz never took or heard of a violation...everything is respect discipline......

in response to: Gangsta Hat Protractor by M. McConnell

Dave: My home town in Eastern Oregon was about 1300 people, about half the size of Norton which is a bustling metropolis in comparison. I hated it and couldn't wait to get out which I......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 5 by Scott Sargent

Wider point of view than most locals: I am a Hutch local, I find it amusing the negative comments on here. Yes, it is widely recognized that Hutchinson does have a higher meth conviction rate, but that doesn't necessarily mean other......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 10 by Scott Sargent

Hailes: Ok Banksy went over a part of Robbos work half was still there?! I think Robbo is just using Banksy's name to get his name out there, I mean he has been retired for how......

in response to: How to Diss a Banksy by Anonymous

Wheel From Now: Verycurious: your question was answered already. If you're a man of even half witted intelligence you would be able to draw the conclusion that WE DONT SUPPORT ANY CLUBS BUT OUR OWN. A colorblind man......

in response to: Wheels of Soul Motorcycle Club by Peter

Anna: Brooklyn is home to 2.5 million people...AND if it were its own city, it would be the 4th largest in the U.S. To begin with, referring to "Brooklyn" as if it were a neighborhood and......

in response to: Dangerous to Walk Around Brooklyn? by Jayne

anon (82.132.248.121): Similar things like this happen in the uk in London. This has happened to me too. The laws we have don't work cos as soon as u stop 1 another 1 starts. The Asians have......

in response to: 7 Train Pervert by CC

shannon: I just found this site and I have soooo many feelings about it I am damn near speechless. I grew up on Long Island and I visited my mother there as a girl from......

in response to: Kings Park Psychiatric Center: Digging a Little Deeper by Sean Hopkins

Franny Wentzel: Ronald Reagan on the subject... Ronald Reagan A Time for Choosing (aka "The Speech") Air date 27 October 1964, Los Angeles, CA Thank you and good evening. The sponsor has been identified, but unlike most television programs, the performer......

in response to: Poverty the Mother of All Crimes by Saiyed Fauzan Ali

anon (212.183.140.36): you yank twats know nout watch the history channel or read a fuckin book powerful countries fuck smaller ones as for the yids hitler didnt start doing them in till the war started as for......

in response to: Fuck England by Peter

Osloman20plus: To Steve,UK up above here, well Oslo is turning considerably more multicultural, and it's doubtful that we can ever turn back from that. I'm closer to 30 than 20 now, and I have had like......

in response to: Crime in Oslo by Rune-Willem

fameisadrug: never heard of robbo before this....BUT i do understand the animosity behind it....in a world where most of our works are either buffed, dissed, or eventually fade away. for something to last more than 10......

in response to: How to Diss a Banksy by Anonymous

Lucius Annaeus Seneca: I think one of the biggest problems with Hutchinson lies within the city management/government over the last 10-15 years. Hutch is pretty much ran by the "good ol' boy network", having any real qualifications to......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 10 by Scott Sargent

Humans can, and WILL adapt.: Obvious trolls are obvious. Whining about a picture of Earth from Mars and deeming it "fake" is really futile. If we can take pictures of other planets from ours, then a rover with a panoramic camera......

in response to: Earth As Seen from Mars by Franny Wentzel

snake: does any one know the history of the HA i do .. I to am x-military and when returned from bosnia i was called all sorts of things from murderer to baby killer and a few......

in response to: Hell's Angels - New York City by Peter

Its time to fix the problem: -I love and dislike Norton at the same time. One you didnít even take pictures of anything. We have more then just a few allies in town. I understand your wanting to dog on Norton, But......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 5 by Scott Sargent

James the cyclist: I ran into this website while looking in the Toronto, Canada Craigslist bike sale thread. Some poster mentioned something about Uncle Jacob's henchmen trying to flag bad comments about his shop. That is how I......

in response to: A Picture of My Bike by Walks now

lisa: I also stumbled in here wow, great years.I lived at 128 irving block down p.s 123 and knickabocker park around the late 70's. I remember the great theatrical plays that I peformed in public school......

in response to: A Rare Ruin in Bushwick by upfromflames

Frank C.: I grew up on the corner of 1330 Halsey and Irving back in the late 60's until I escaped in 1979. I had to run home from PS151,(On Knickerbocker) because of the racial attacks form......

in response to: My House in Bushwick by matthew

Galloping Greg: I love how half the people in this thread seem to think its a human right to have access to affordable strip-clubs. Come on, guys. Sex sells, and these are for-profit places. It just plain starts......

in response to: Club Super Sexe by EvilGentleman

Rikkid: Man, I'll turn 38 in December but physically I'm still in good shape, been working out for years straight. I've had dreams in my sleep of skateboarding since I stopped riding it in 1992. Back......

in response to: Currently Unavailable by Unknown

ntatap: Im game. I will contact you. I e-mailed my historian friend about the the monorail and this is what he wrote back to me:" the monorail started at the BARTOW station and ran about one and......

in response to: Ruins of Bartow / City Island Station by ntatap

calum : im from scotland and i hate england , the reason for this is because you probably know this because the english people i have meet are not taught this in schools but you invaded are......

in response to: Fuck England by Peter

Shay : I have lived in telegraph hill for 26 years and listening to half of the people on this blog I am glad you do not live here, New Cross Gate has a varied group of......

in response to: Bleak Day, New Cross by elaine

cl: I'll add that I am black AND white, born and raised, grew up in Chicago, in Lincoln Park before it was "Lincoln Park" when Agazzi, (the corner public elementary school) was a playground of Unknowns,......

in response to: Cabrini Green [whats Left of It] by corsakti

Dennis Threndyle : I am not sure how this thread works but I would like to contact Vicki who has rhe Family history of the Balfours. - My great great grandmother Esther Balfour was born in Fermangh in......

in response to: Castle Balfour by barry

EvilGentleman: Sue Purcell: I suggest you call Nunavik House, the medical transit house for patients from Nunavik at 514-908-0253. I doubt they have anything on hand, but they may be able to at least give you......

in response to: Muktaaq and Arctic Char a La Box by EvilGentleman

EvilGentleman: **Developer drastically scales back Griffintown project** Company wants less land than originally planned for residential-commercial development Last Updated: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 | 6:13 PM ET CBC News More changes are in the works for a multi-billion-dollar......

in response to: Griffintown by CE

EvilGentleman: Peter, when I working at a gas station as a young man in the late 1980's, I used to get all kinds of customers pulling up and asking stupid questions like: Do you sell gas? Does my......

in response to: Ye Olde Arcade by EvilGentleman

Renee: Dear Rabbi Julia Andelman, Let's put aside the talks of misappropriated funds and discussions of amounts of money and man hours it would take to overhaul this cemetery. While I can only......

in response to: Bayside Acacia Cemetery by NWhyC

Mitch Spector: Today was demolition day--Saturday, November 1st. I went by 8:30am this morning yet apart from more bricks removed, it was still standing. When I visited the site again, by late afternoon, they had torn down......

in response to: Ben's Deli by EvilGentleman

procyon: Medicalfools: I also know that some higher-ups want the best for it--someone posted a letter to that effect from Dorothy Lewandowski elsewhere on citynoise, and I recently read that they've started applying for a spot......

in response to: Abandoned... NY State Pavilion by Peter

Mitch: Well, sorry to say the dreaded day has finally come! This afternoon (September 25th) demolition was started. The bay windows have been covered from with orange plastic sheeting from the inside, and there's a barrier......

in response to: Ben's Deli by EvilGentleman

LUCKY: hairsy ......

in response to: Kensington, Philadelphia - July 2004 by CE

OG FROM GCC: Cecilia Keep it up. Keep going. We brought a group of 25 to Philly. Half worked in some gardens in the Dauphin area. We stopped by there on Thursday morning on a way......

in response to: Kensington, Philadelphia - July 2004 by CE

Cecilia Midiri: All the people up there who are talking about when Kensington changed are talking about when the neighborhood became desegregated and people of color started moving in. Anyway...I work every day and so does......

in response to: Kensington, Philadelphia - July 2004 by CE

Norma Bannon (nee Bolton): Hi Stuart, I don't remember being in Mr Killers class... I will scan the pic I have, hopefully it will come out half decent, tho it's not a good copy to start with. I remember......

in response to: These Things No Longer Exist by Andrew Smith

Cyril Bagshaw: Hi Anne I dont seem to know the couple you referred to. My junior school was The Endowed, and then on to what was Irlam Central School (Alfred Turner).The only time I was in The Council......

in response to: Irlam, Manchester by Andrew Smith

Alan Taylor: Hi Cyril et al, Firstly my I pass on my condolences in the passing of your son Brian at such a young age. Yes I forgot to mention that the first one was a double fronted shop,......

in response to: These Things No Longer Exist by Andrew Smith

Alan Taylor: Hello everyone, lots of names cropping up that I recall, but more are from after I left my birth town in 1965/6 although I continued at the steelworks until 1972 & transfered to Scunthorpe Works.......

in response to: These Things No Longer Exist by Andrew Smith

Evinrude: Alfred. Again you stated over again what has been brought up before. If you have looked through the site you will see that old bastards like yourself enjoy the same things, the comsmosphere, NJCAA,......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 10 by Scott Sargent

Bob Salmon: Re the Bobs Ferry Accident: As remembered by Bob Salmon, an Inquest Witness. On the morning in question, I was awoken by a neighbour in Lytherton Avenue Cadishead, saying that she thought there was a gas leak......

in response to: These Things No Longer Exist by Andrew Smith

VVW: I live on the Aquila Housing developement, which used to be MOD Aquila. Your articles are exellent and very interesting. I believe my house is situated on the site of the X-ray block. I have......

in response to: MoD Aquila (Part Two) by Simon Cornwell

EvilGentleman: Actually jack, I generally agree on the need for incresed security. The lessons of 9/11 are not lost on me. What frustrates me though, is when we have very restrictive security for the average person,......

in response to: Airport Security, My Ass! by EvilGentleman

This is real!!!: I sit here sad as hell listening to all the disrespect everyone has for each other. WOW. im trying to understand how can we be so ignorant and not get our act together. I lived......

in response to: Humboldt Park by corsakti

Brad: I skated for about 3 solid years starting when I was 13 (I'm 20 now). I got half decent and used to have a blast, while it got us into a little bit of trouble,......

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anon (cache-los-ac07.proxy.aol.com): Jeff it's not a throwdowm. it's to let you all know that Genuine pearly kings and queens dont have to be members of the opk&q all though it may seem like that. A few years back......

in response to: The Pearly Kings and Queens by Jamie

anon (cache-los-ac07.proxy.aol.com): I've Just gone through some of the comments about pearly kings and queens. to the pearly king of Brent about your statement about PEARLYKINGJIM get your facts right before you engadge your north and south. pearlykingjim was......

in response to: The Pearly Kings and Queens by Jamie

Lou: Real photos; inaccurate description. http://www.snopes.com/photos/natural/storm.asp Storm Clouds Claim: Photographs show Hurricane Katrina hitting the Gulf Coast in August 2005. Status: Real photos; inaccurate description. Example: [Collected via e-mail, 2005] Photos of Katrina over Mississippi (Sure......

in response to: The August 19th, 2005 Tornado Hoax by jeeff

KING CISCO 95TH ROSLAND: IM READIN ALOT OF SHIT ABOUT HUMBOLDT MY AUNT LIVED THER FOR 4 YEARS AND I SPENT ALOT OF TIME OUT THERE. (IM MEXICAN). I GOT SOMTHIN TO SAY ABOUT THE FOOL TALKIN ABOUT EDUCATION......

in response to: Humboldt Park by corsakti

Genaro: Susannah, I have to give you, half-a-ditto on this one! You have to understand that their were many Whites who and are still really racsists, especially the ones of the establishment, along with most of......

in response to: I've Lived in Bushwick for Just About Fifteen Years by Jeanne M.

Sally: Today is memorial day in America. THEY ARE HOLDING PARTIES AND BBQs and HAVE TOTALLY FORGOTTEN THE ABOUT 2 WORLD WARS WHERE I LOST FAMILY MEMBERS, NOT TO MENTION THEIR OWN TROUPS IN THIS LATEST......

in response to: Fuck England by Peter

Chris Erb: Brilliantly written EvilGentleman. You couldn't have put it any better. We were all able to keep our pictures. None of these are actually mine as my camera was on the wrong setting and didn't......

in response to: Currently Unavailable by Unknown

Freakface20: It gets easier....I started about a month and a half ago and my ankles and my endurance have both become much better.If you see us around the Arkansas campus then join in...the more the merrier!!...

in response to: Le Parkour: An Introduction by 3flow

anon (cpe-72-134-234-209.hawaii.res.rr.com): It's true. Animal cruelty does indeed create serial killers. Just look at the ALF (or just about any of the "concerned, caring activists" that've posted at this point) - they presume cruelty, so......

in response to: A Grisly Example of Man's Inhumanity by GGP

EvilGentleman: And lest someone accuse me of America-bashing because the antagonists in the previous story were so clearly all Americans, Canada is no better. A year and a half later, in December of 1990, my American......

in response to: Speak Out by M. Rojas

Chris: billy i dont believe u have ever been to the UK judging from ur... review of it. I have met many cool americans that apreciate there only allie on the planet and are nice......

in response to: Fuck England by Peter

jack: this is beautiful. looks like a villa on the med. i know three older ladies who live in a house like that. sally, irma and betty. they are 88, 89 and......

in response to: Farm House by Guy McLaren

elaine: if only, jack, if only. meanwhile, i have been directed to this link on female popes [[http://www.rotten.com/library/bio/religion/popes/john-viii/]] but do bear in mind i am not a catholic before you start petitioning the vatican on my behalf....

in response to: The Pope's Tomb by pietro

protestarmy: I found and posted what is attributed to be the couriers version of this story. I found this on Spacing Wire. It presents a slightly different angle on the whole keying of the car issue.......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Mach: WEll Observer what would you do? Whistle the theme from RAMBO through the nosehairs of your nostrils while driving the car to the paint repair shop (think BILLS + rotten burger!) or do a......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Mach: Hah! I only asserted that you were wrong for starting a melee I didnt say I needed the majority of commentors to agree with me. Whats done is done, if you feel right in your......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Think of poor White Vest Girl!: First of all - Leah, you are my new hero. Yes, you over-reacted, but at least you 1.) have respect for your town and your environment and 2.) you had the grace to admit that......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

EvilGentleman: For the respondent who posted at 20:44 Thank you for your response. At least someone here is actually reading my entire posts before passing judgement. I realize I am somewhat of a modern-day anachronism. I strongly......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

ketchup-wrappers, not hamburger patties.. part 2 : my friend really had little choice but to switch to a combination of (a) home heating oil (b) used transmission fluid , and (c) old engine oil, to power his vehicle. gas prices were way......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Kewl Dude: "Reality: 29th Jan 2006 - 05:00 GMT Throwing discarded waste back into a car is in no way assault. Any half ass lawyer can paint that picture to look like the return of lost material. The......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Robbiee: Fuck that stupid hippy lesbo cunt. It's should be none of her business if he wants to litter. She is not the police. So if she wan't to act like a hippy cunt and thought......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Marion: My grandparents whose name was Tarte lived in one of the houses on the beach all of their lives. My grandad was a fisherman and his uncle was the coxwain of the lifeboat. I have returned......

in response to: Dungeness 1998 by elaine

Leah: Hello all! I am the girl in the pics. My name is Leah and although I am a courier, I was WALKING my bike up Agusta when the incident took place. He was driving and......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

nobody: Maybe she was polite about it - we don't actually know. If it was, say, an empty coffee cup that he dropped on the ground, and she picked it up and dropped in in his......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

elaine: well, the middle class bohemianisation of broadway market is not all totally evil, not like some other places i could mention - like spitalfields market [[http://www.smut.org.uk/]] frinstance, which was 'dark' when i first moved to......

in response to: Broadway Squat by elaine

roland: knew you'd like WW1 reference, if grandad is omniscient now he'll also know that mum didn't put pudding on the table untill he'd finished his mains due to his shock and awe approach to applying......

in response to: Dec 19 2005 by hool

Peter: Crayon: im not exactly sure what correlation youre making between ignorance and graffiti. sure some writers are ignorant. some arent. plenty of non-writers are ignorant, some are not. i guess i dont get your point,......

in response to: Miami Youth Faces 'Serious Jail Time': by Justice?

elaine: thanks, colin. sorry about the heavy pics, i know i do big pictures, and lots of them, and i realise that makes it hard for some people to open pages, but i am glad it......

in response to: Victoria Park Bench by elaine

vz: spartan accomodations: "home is wherever you lay down your head to rest" (even if it is for just two hours) you gotta know when the off-peak buses are-- sprawled across the back row, with nobody trying......

in response to: Last Chinatown Bus of the Night by vz

jeeff: hi jo. here's a quickie travel guide for toronto, ##but## i'm writing this with one condition for you: please take some photos, write some stuff, and post an article here about your trip! first off,......

in response to: Toronto for a Week by jo

jeeff: oh, i meant the first half of your new entry, the man talking about his dead wife. not familiar with this entry. where is that quote from? i really don't have the......

in response to: Toronto for a Week by jo

Marc: i have been writing and working (very hard) and traveling, but nothing in the citynoise genre as of late- though i desperately want to! Have to trepan some other stuff out of my head first........

in response to: Hackney City Farm by elaine

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