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Archive for the ‘Things We Survived as Children’ Category

I Hate People 2

Thursday, October 29, 2009

In this article some teens were cited for disorderly conduct. Their crime was rapping their order at a McDonald’s drive through. Are we just to accept the teens word that there was no one else in line behind them and that they were not holding up anyone? Of course not but if it is true […]

$24.2 Million Given to Tresspassers

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

My mother died at the hands of a state facility where the doctor admitted making a mistake and I had to pay the hospital bill. Two jerks tresspass, hurt themselves, live and make 24.2 million dollars, where is the justice? My mother died at the state (New York State: Buffalo Psychiatric Center) instution while being […]

Live From Allentown

Saturday, September 5, 2009

I am sitting here in Allentown contemplating the demise of an over 50 year tradition. One of my fathers best friends Joseph Karpinski affectionately known as “Carp” is up in years and recently had a heart attack. He has been the sole proprietor and father hen of us all and of the St Stanislaus Orphanage […]

Things We Survived as Kids

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Is anyone old enough to remember the tree fogger trucks? You know the ones that would come around and spray the neighborhood with white fog to control the mosquito population? Remember playing in the fog and getting the turret man to spray you with the fog? Remember what they used? It was DDT! . We […]