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in response to: Sixy Girl Picture 2 by Dylan K

Norm S: Plattsburgh was our ticket to the cool American way in the late sixties, Brodi's and Filions. The Union Hotel and other drinking spots. Met some nice folks from Plattsburgh State University, developed great friendships. So......

in response to: Snafu at the Former Plattsburgh Air Force Base by EvilGentleman

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in response to: Sixy Girl Picture 6 by Franny Wentzel

Linnyplant: Great post Tam about ma Da backing down from the scalers. My dad would never take on odds of six to one, but what you don't mention is that the following morning at 6 am......

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in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

Linnyplant: Well done ames Mcneil (should that be James?) you got a very impressive six out of six, well done!! Some of the pubs had more then one name in their day. The Doctors Bar was......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

John Currie:ex maclean st: Tam the first photo i dont think was taken in the Plant because we had electric street lights from the fifties.and the kids clothes look as if they were sixties.the third photo was taken from......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

Tenement Tam: [[img:50670]] Linnyplant: Hello Blue. I think I know you from the sixties as wee boy's, you hung about with a Benny Rooney [ who I think wore glasses as a boy ] and when myself and......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

Joe Dunnachie - Corby: Tam - No Tam, I never helped to build the old tunnel. I didn't like that crack about my age,I'll have you for that. I did like the photograph of yer Da at Haloween, do......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

Gus Brennan: Hello Joe Dunnachie, I immediately recognised Willie Mcllelan third from the left standing. Willie moved down to England. to where I line now with his wife at the time Maggie Mcduff I think her maiden......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

christhescot: hi, still love reading these posts! Thanks Sandra for the picture from St Margarets in '62. I was 65-66 and then on to Lourdes, then off to Australia. I have some photos of Cornwall street and......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

christhescot: hi, still love reading these posts! Thanks Sandra for the picture from St Margarets in '62. I was 65-66 and then on to Lourdes, then off to Australia. I have some photos of Cornwall street and......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture by Dylan K

Janet: twenty-third Aug. 2012: I am seventy-five years old, and I have some precious memories. My grandparents in Ill. still lived like they did in 1860. They could have had electricity, but refused it. They lived......

in response to: Early 1900s in Colour by Franny Wentzel

Billy Crew: HI,TESS. ACROSS FROM WATT STREET THERE WAS A LANE PARKHOLM LANE, (OFF 350 PAISLEY ROAD.) IN THE 1938 DIRECTORY IT LISTS THE NEW BRIDGETON CHEMICAL COMPANY. MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS. I REMEMBER IT IN THE SIXTIES WHEN......

in response to: Early 1900s in Colour by Franny Wentzel

Billy Newman: Hi Margaret nice to hear from you cannot believe your are living in Canada i stayed overnight their in 1963 Vancouver at the Fraser Arms Hotel on my way to Xmas Island in the South Pacific during......

in response to: Early 1900s in Colour by Franny Wentzel

anon (182.185.91.151): hot sixy picture send to me...

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture 2 by Dylan K

kansascowgirl: I live 20 miles from Hutchinson, and come in several times a week. Granted, the south part of town does have some run-down places and druggies, but the rest of Hutchinson is not like that.......

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

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in response to: Sixy Girl Picture 4 by Dylan K

Tenement Tam: liz comments :- 4th Jul 2011 - 00:43 GMT does anybody remember jean mcewan who stayed in lambhill st or the mortons of lambhill st or tower st and the greers and the robertson family......

in response to: Sixy Girl Picture 4 by Dylan K

Volkslaughter: Yep! I grew up in Backwordsfield (Bakwardsfield, Bakwierdsfield) and let me digress, "i'ze aint neva ceen no Smoothie King any-whereas 'round dees parts, nice-trido, gatter skin slippers on sign attendents feet also deed-giveway to photo......

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kjghj: www.six photo girls...

in response to: Street Contraptions by Franny Wentzel

Franny Wentzel: Recovered article **The Guardian** ##Toronto, ON - Biff - Saturday, October 7th, 2006## by author Peter (780) joey (274) EvilGentleman (265) hool (246) jack (231) complete author list hot topics graffiti Justo Gallego JA One graf trux sane smith wheat paste nyc sixy harlem banksy new york brooklyn throw up graffiti nyc graffiti dr. sex The Guardian Toronto, ON......

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anon (fctnnbsc30w-142166215238.pppoe-dynamic.High-Speed-Lite.nb.bellaliant.net): I am sooooo sick of people from out of town hating on Fredericton. YES, people are rude. CONGRATULATIONS, you deserve a cookie. Now get over yourself and actually TALK to the people. You 'Busy and......

in response to: Northside Fredericton by CE

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in response to: Side-by-Side Tandem Bicycle: by Peter

Frank Quinn: There's a plan to have a party in Beaudet Park in the Summer of 2011 organised by a bunch of hippies who hung out in the park late sixties. If you were part of the......

in response to: Blvd Decarie, Ville Saint-Laurent by CE

Graham: Coolidge T-Rex on the way to Target near Old Sixth Ward http://www.flickr.com/photos/advantageplayed/5023980834/...

in response to: Coolidge by groovehouse

shannon: To KPSHMRU, Thank you for your words and insights. I know I wrote a lot but it was actually a much needed cleansing experience for me that I was unaware I needed. Thanks for......

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

Voter24: Thank you to Franny for setting people straight about what life was really like around 1900, and to Nora for showing such empathy and awareness about glib comments being made. It was no picnic......

in response to: Early 1900s in Colour by Franny Wentzel

Frank: I lived at 296 Troutman Street which is between Knickerbocker Avenue and Irving Avenue, for about 12 years back in the sixties. At that time I felt the neighborhood was nice, almost all Italians.......

in response to: Is Moving to Troutman St. Between Knickerbocker Ave. and Irving Ave. a Good/safe Idea? by novice-bella2009

TRIKE1GND.RTW.NSA.SSB.etc..: @Rca- That last photo u put up "No Comp Boys" has my boy Sonic5 GND on the left. Heres a little story on Sonic5. I met him and his boys who were motion tagging a bus......

in response to: Old School by Dr. Revolt

jayar: Ed, I lived at 605 Kosciusko Street. My Grandfather owned a eight family brownstone. My father had two brothers and a sister and we all lived in the same building. All my cousins and I......

in response to: A Rare Ruin in Bushwick by upfromflames

dglenn: Great post Franny. I assume most of these photos are from the late sixties.? I almost expected to see myself in one of them. I took a trip to NYC with my family in '67,......

in response to: Old New York in Colour - Part IV - Round Robin Selections by Franny Wentzel

Bluenose Farmer: It is wonderful to read all these heartfelt posts. I google Benny Farm from time to time, but have, until recently, overlooked this blog. I lived at 3911 Cavendish from about 1954 through......

in response to: The Benny Farm Condemned Housing Projects by EvilGentleman

kovja: I was born/raised and went to school in Belleville. I moved away in the mid-70's and only occassionally go back since all my relation that lived there has passed on. The people of Belleville......

in response to: America's Most Boring Towns: 3 by Scott Sargent

TedA: Thanks for posting these great photos. They brought back a ton of fond memories of Schenectady. I'll always remember Christmas shopping with my parents at Wallace's, Carl Co., Woolworth's, and Rudnick's down on Erie Blvd.......

in response to: Old Photos of Schenectady NY by Franny Wentzel

Carol: I was born on 44st between 4th & 5th Avenues. I went to St Michaels Grammar School! (1968) I had some of the best times of my life sleigh riding down deadmans hill. ......

in response to: Sunset Park by little ukraine

Denon: Yeah, I'm going to have to say a one in sixty chance a minute is only true based on the assumption that a bird MUST fly in front of the camera every minute. And with a......

in response to: A Happy Coincidence by Plastik.hu

Lumicite: I just watched Dark Days, a must for anyone who is really interested in the homeless people that lived in this tunnel. That documentary brought me here, these photos are incredible, especially the six shafts......

in response to: The Freedom Tunnel by Peter

Stephanie: Hello Meri, I think getting past Bushick people together to talk about their time and lives in bushwick is awesome. You know what I think is even better?......

in response to: A Rare Ruin in Bushwick by upfromflames

meri puccio: i can only say that i'm sitting here reading all of these posts and i can cry! i was born in bushwick in 1951 - moved away to glendale in 1970. i live in......

in response to: A Rare Ruin in Bushwick by upfromflames

anona: who the hell cares what the odds are you a-holes, its a beautiful shot, and it's rare whether its one in a million or one in sixty. ...

in response to: A Happy Coincidence by Plastik.hu

Christine Kesler: I've never posted here before but I somehow stumbled upon this website and thus this photo. To put it quite simply, I think this is caused by slobs. I live in Vancouver, BC and I......

in response to: Why Does This Happen? by EvilGentleman

Sixgun: Great photos of such an awesome place! Well done....

in response to: The Wrigley Gum Factory by Peter

anon (173.70.10.133): Thanks so much for posting, not sure how much longer this will be here. Six months ago there were a bobcat in the front administrative building. Great photos, thanks for sharing...

in response to: The Old Essex County Jail Complex by Peter

fuzzytank: that is so much hotter than those durn sixy girls...

in response to: Industrial Strength Sunset by CartLegger

Dale Rutkin: My father used to take my sister and I target shooting here in the 1950's and early sixties. Archery. Of course it is illegal now. Probably was then too. So beautiful.......

in response to: Plum Beach by kc

adam: stop trying to bring in hits to citynoise with fall promises of sex and hot sauce.. youre a sixy fool...

in response to: XXX HOT!!! by Peter

kate3lakes: I'm very grateful to Woo123 for taking note of Leroy Skalstad's respectful approach to photographing his subjects. He's quite well known both in photographic circles and among advocates for the homeless – and I know......

in response to: A Homeless Man Sleeping with His Most Cherished Possession by Leroy Allen Skalstad

Jamie: Heh, I stil like this {toycam} shot more than six years on. Do you like how I used proper capitalisation this time?...

in response to: Officer Manson by Jamie

Bob O: Thanks for all the memories of Yorkville where I grew up from the 30s through the sixties. I was born over in New York Hospital, went to school at St. Ignatius and then Cardinal Hayes.......

in response to: Yorkville: A Neighborhood Recalled by Laura

codespace: do you have any hi-res versions of those photos? i'd like a hi-res version of the six shafts of sunlight for a wallpaper....

in response to: The Freedom Tunnel by Peter

REVO69ERSKi: LOVE THE FACT YOU STATED YOU STUMBLED ACROSS THIS CAVE OF WILDERNESS, LOOKING FOR GRAFFITI YARDS? TAKE IT YOUR A AVID FAN OF GRAFF OR A WRITER???? pEACE MUCH RESPECT! illsixniner@hotmail.com if YOUR DOWN TO TRADE......

in response to: Wilderness in the City by nideone

REVO69ERSKi: MUCH LOVE TO ALL GRAFF HEADS FROM WHERE EVER YOU FROM, ANYONE DOWN TO TRADE FLICKS? I USE TO TRADE WITH OLDSCHOOL ACT ONE FROM YOUR WAY...EMAIL ME> illsixniner@hotmail.com ...

in response to: Albuquerque Graffiti Flood by Relapsed

jane: bike world Ltd is one of the leading bike distributors.We are Legitimate registered Company under licensed number(RC43215).We ship via FedEx or DHL, and your ordered items will get to your door step within 48 hrs(Two......

in response to: Side-by-Side Tandem Bicycle: by Peter

SpooN: Can sumbody plz tell me where I can find a parkour gym or skewl or anything, i tried teaching myself but it didnt last long... six_sic_slits@hotmail.com...

in response to: Montreal Parkour by hool

headless horseman: They built Impalas in the late 60s and early 70s. Put six on a transport (Anchor Motor Freight) and roared down route 9 through Tarrytown to get to the Thruway. Every five minutes. Rocky (Gov......

in response to: Abandoned General Motors Plant by Peter

Alfred: I live in Hutchinson, and I knew this article was pure propaganda right when I saw the photos. The first photo is of an entrance gate to the State Fairgrounds, which the author describes as......

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

Re: Hunter: The photos are not faked, except for the first one, they are all of the old St. Elizabeth hospital over on north Monroe street. The sixth photo is from a side street looking towards......

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

Roger Whitfield: Hi Guys and Girls from Cadishead I was born and bread there and fetches back memories, first time on this site the George Hotel was built and run by my family and the street at......

in response to: Irlam, Manchester by Andrew Smith

BelievelandBikes: The shots were taken about six years ago and I just scanned them recently. As for the boxcar, it was the only isolated car in the yard just hanging out by itself. The......

in response to: Currently Unavailable by Unknown

February 6, 1958 United players killed in air disaster: The Munich air disaster took place on February 6, 1958, when the British European Airways Flight 609 crashed on its third attempt to take off from a slush-covered runway at the Munich-Riem airport in Germany.......

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

Peter: wow... the first and sixth photos are great... man, i really love your action shots... i almost feell ike im there, walking int he streets sometimes, which is nice, as thats one of my favorite......

in response to: Apku Night by Chiamattt

chiamattt: EvilGentleman, I hold my camera in my right hand at my side as though I were just carrying it somewhere. I just walk and take pictures of things on my right. If there is a......

in response to: Hyehwa to Mia by chiamattt

Joan: I looked at the pictures and yes, those places do exist. Of course two of the four were taken of alleys. How many beautiful alleys do most towns have? I could go to the......

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

EvilGentleman: I would agree with the majority of what has been said, but I will state my opinions on each issue, so it becomes obvious where I stand. I think the best way to have notification on......

in response to: User Survey 2007 by Jamie

Beadle and Tatum: http://www.thefilthandthefury.co.uk/images/congrat1a.jpg Its a hand written rambling note about the Sex Pistols calling the mueseum a "piss stain". There was some pettitioning and a USA today poll that helped locate the hall. I did some research, this is the......

in response to: RIP Robert Jr Lockwood by Beadle and Tatum

aer suzuki: i don't think anyone will even see this comment, much less have an answer, but i'm still confused. and what i really don't get is why sixy is still in the hot topics list over......

in response to: Sixy Trolls Under a Bridge by elaine

KP Bong: The Dark is certainly worth checking out. Here's another post about him: http://www.six04.net/vancouver/?p=67#more-67 and his Flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thedark/ If you're in Vancouver, he's really worth looking for....

in response to: Ooooooo by fuzzytank

Paul B: I have a like new Buddy Bike that my girl and I ride often. To say the least it's a blast. We took it out one day to ride along the Cape Cod Canal and......

in response to: Side-by-Side Tandem Bicycle: by Peter

Six : I would and have given people there garbage back when they drop it. I almost always do it politley( ok a little sarcasticly, but its funny for people to look like such idiots for so......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

Donald Morin, donaldmorin@gmail.com: Good action related pictures, even though a bit sad, as it is an indication of the times we live in. Loving ones neighbour is differently out of the picture here, as people allow themselves......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

hool: not-h00l: as i've said, i don't care if you believe that these photos and the story are authentic. so, if i were to state a license plate number, a six character alphanumeric string, how is......

in response to: Motorist Vs Courier by hool

jack: catherine, please pull over or find a parking spot to take photos. i know on the fdr you cant pull over so get off and circle around. take a few minutes more to......

in response to: Brooklyn Bridge and the (defunct) Fulton Fish Market by Catherine Penfold-Waxman

Barry: Thanks Jamie for fixing my photos.I don,t have any computer experience as I got my computer about six mouths a go and am jest learning as I go.Anyway you are correct about the crom castle......

in response to: County Fermanagh & Neighbouring Counties by Barry

sixy seeker: i wont to see sixy sixy like [[http://www.google.com.sa/search?biw=605&hl=ar&q=sixy%20man%20photo&meta=]]...

in response to: Sixy Trolls Under a Bridge by elaine

that folk nigga jus shot that slo6b: If I die show no pity, send my soul to gangsta city, dig a hole six feet deep and lay two staffs across my feet, put two shotguns across my chest and tell my Folks......

in response to: Crip/Blood Graffiti: Washington Heights by anon

that folk nigga jus shot that slo6b: folks are a family, not some "gang" we are an orginazation. one that utilizes growth and development, education, politics, social development, and education just to name a few. as we stand upon our 6 point......

in response to: Crip/Blood Graffiti: Washington Heights by anon

Peter: if theyre dense enough to think that "sixy" = "sexy", i wonder if this site's content/point might be lost on them... but i guess they can enjoy al lthe pretty photos ;)...

in response to: Sixy Trolls Under a Bridge by elaine

Jamie: Stunning photos elaine. And a cunning exploitation of the fact that ##"sixy"## is one of the top 5 most popular search terms on citynoise. Not so blonde after all then... ahem....

in response to: Sixy Trolls Under a Bridge by elaine

hussan: i wont to see sixy photo...

in response to: Reflection: Canalside Gasworks by elaine

hasslehoff: You gotta admire his persistence though Peter. Perhaps we should post some ##"sixy woman photos"## just for him....

in response to: The Lost Rules of Living in NYC: by Peter

Peter: some guy with a middle-eastern ip address searches this site- every freaking day- for "sixy", "sixy photo" and "sixy woman photo". i can only think he must be phoenetically challeneged enough to think that "sixy"......

in response to: The Lost Rules of Living in NYC: by Peter

hotdogx: Dissapointing to see some of the stupid an unitellectual comments here, This realy illustrates the necessity for a lot of "growing up" to be done! People not from ireland must really believe us to be......

in response to: Falls Road: Belfast by Jamie

MoeRex: This sort of thing is all over SF, though I don't know exactly which gangs are involved. I generally don't photograph it because it's not aesthetically interesting to me. But these shots are fairly interesting--the......

in response to: Crip/Blood Graffiti: Washington Heights by anon

Peter: are you the guy who searches this site every day for "sixy photo"? wtf is 'sixy'? stop doing it. perhaps youre looking for "sexy photos"? there are none of those here, unless youre really into......

in response to: The Lost Rules of Living in NYC: by Peter

Jerry Hoff: I like your photography.You really have an affection for NYC. I'm from Rochester,but I lived six years in NYC,5 on Thompson & Spring,1 at Park Slope.The whole time I lived there,except to maybe pass through,I never......

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