Saturday, April 16, 2005 12:10 AM
Hey you two, stop telling these kids how good we had it. We had fun without Season passes, admission fees, or metal detectors. Life was simple then, we didn't have this contraption to divert our attention away, Brunno Samartino was the greatest wrestler that ever lived and the only diseases we worried about were polio and Tuberculosis but thats ok, we had vaccinations in school took care of that.
Probably the most fun we had was the neuclear war drill where we went down to the lunch room and hid under the tables, that would have saved us all.
Stillwell Ave Subway Station was a hub of activity and the clam bars there were the rage. Nathans was not a household name, nor was it really the place to stop for everyone.
Gotta love how life changes.
Saturday, April 16, 2005 1:56 PM
Even at IAAPA, I had to be *convinced* to try them, threw out most of it...and me throwing food away is pretty uncommon, LOL. Sure tasted "nitrogen-flavored" to me, but then again, so do....er, DID...those whipped cream canisters when I was in college. But those weren't about the flavor....;)
Is there still Dolly Madison ice cream, that stuff ROCKED! Give me some of THAT in a waffle cone...
Thank goodness (and DK) that we can still relive "the good old days" just by travelling to Elysburg! :)