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If he thinks Chalfont is the boonies, he's more deluded than I originally suspected.

Yep. Chalfont is the boonies. If I lived there, I would need a car. And I would be another dummy dependent upon foreign oil fretting about the price of gas.
And I would have to work hard, like a dummy drone, and not be able to quit my job in the summer whenever I want to. And I wouldn't have been able to build my own digital television/media production studio.
I'm guessing that you work hard and you
never have any free time.
His brothers wife was smart to check out the local dempgraphic before she moved here. Not everyone wants their kids to be a wigger like Mikey. My mother worked on W. Marshall St. from 1962 to 2002

I could step out my door and throw a rock there.
(yes, folks, that's 40
years!) and when she retired , the neighborhood was seriously in the dregs. She used to take us to ... thriving shops and restaurants there now that weren't there 10 years ago. Sadly, white females like myself aren't safe there.

BWHAHAAHAHAHAA!!!
you've got white flight shell shock syndrome real bad.

That's what happens when you live in a place like
Chalfont for too long. And suddenly you got to a
place where there are black people and you go into shell shock.
But regardless, you'd be safe even with your shell shock, if you had Chazz and Kwame Brown with you. Kwame Brown isn't that big, but he scares people and I get a wide berth wherever I walk. Must be the pointy ears. If your moms had a shop on W. Marshall, chances are damn good Chazz and KB have peed on her store.

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when someone approaches me and asks what kind of dog i have, it's not unusual for me to say (smiling, of course), "a pit bull. he's vicious, can't you tell?" as Manu is wagging his whole butt and basking in the petting.

Since many adult pit bulls tend to be as exuberantly affectionate to strangers as puppies, in PetsMart I could often be found loving up on them. People would comment, "What a sweet dog! What kind is it?"
I loved saying, "One of those vicious pit bulls." Sometimes the person would actually step back before she caught herself. "No, really?"

"This," I would say loudly enough for anybody in the vicinity to hear, "is a typical pit bull. Don't believe everything you hear. They're one of the friendliest, most lovable breeds out there."
Pit bull savvy people would stop and nod, commenting about their own snuggle-bugs. Those who believed that "pit bulls are vicous" would ask questions, and get educated.
But I think I have the same sense of humor as Kelly. As the dog was licking my face, I'd be saying, "Oh no, he's trying to eat me! He's going to kill me with a tongue lashing! Somebody save me from this vicous dog!" All in puppy-talk tones, of course. :}
Caught myself doing the same thing with the two pit bulls puppies next door. Sigh. Yes, Gale now has two young brothers, both starved for attention. They're about 8-9 months old now, and it's amazing that they're friendly with the complete lack of socialization they've gotten. But they will both jump up on the fence and lean their little necks into my scritching fingers, licking the air in the general direction of my face. And I'm babbling, "Oh, the vicious puppies. Look at these killer puppy dogs."

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@corp.supernews.com:
Your video makes me homesick for water ice and hoagies.

What's water ice?

-Abby
Pems, Aussie, and a Pug
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I know mikey used to live in the NE, an ... got less exposure to the NE than I should have.

Nope, I've never lived up there. Been close to this though, ever since I've been in PA. Just for you, another still frame of the places you will be (or were) from... closing time... [/nq]
Da Blue Route. Loved to bike up there before they opened it!!
@corp.supernews.com:

Your video makes me homesick for water ice and hoagies.

What's water ice?

Its italian ice, but not hard in a cup, smooshy and squishy with big chunks of fruit.
If he thinks Chalfont is the boonies, he's more deluded than Ioriginally suspected.

Yep. Chalfont is the boonies. If I lived there, I would need a car. And I would be another dummy ... hard, like a dummy drone, and not be able to quit my job in the summer whenever I want to.

IOW, you're unemployed and carless again?
And I wouldn't have been able to build my own digital television/media production studio.

Anybody with a mid-level PC, a cheap videocamera, a old TV card, and a $99 piece of software can do that nowadays.
And I wouldn't have been able to build my own digital television/media production studio.

Anybody with a mid-level PC, a cheap videocamera, a old TV card, and a $99 piece of software can do that nowadays.

BWAHHAHAHAHAHAA!!
that's not what I have.
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Its italian ice, but not hard in a cup, smooshy and squishy with big chunks of fruit.

Yum!

-Abby
Pems, Aussie, and a Pug
*Remove shoes to reply*
Its italian ice, but not hard in a cup, smooshy and squishy with big chunks of fruit.

Yum!

and it's pronounced "wutter ice"

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reporting live...
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