police and ambulance at walgreen on south main

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x-madvillian

United States

#1 Dec 29, 2012
just curious to wat happend
mhmm

United States

#2 Dec 30, 2012
Billy Lance got his ass whooped there. The manager called the cops.
Messenger

Eddyville, KY

#3 Dec 30, 2012
That's bad. Didn't even know he was still around here. Bet he's a piece of work now... or hardly working. Who beat his ass? Saw the same sight. Ambulance, p car. We thought something really bad was going on. Nope. Guess not.
str8tlk

Madisonville, KY

#4 Jan 5, 2013
Rusty Phillips whooped him
my lame opinion

Madisonville, KY

#5 Jan 5, 2013
Oh my gosh! Billy is back in town? Did his mamaw pass away? I was hoping he would get his act together but after reading these comments, I guess same ole Billy. What a shame. I do hope he is not too seriously hurt. Hello Billy! From someone you used to work for.
x-madvillian

United States

#6 Jan 6, 2013
str8tlk wrote:
Rusty Phillips whooped him
Do you kno Rusty Phillips.i would like to see him.havnt seen him in a very long time hes a great guy.
Mamaw

Cadiz, KY

#7 Jan 6, 2013
Hope mamaw Tucker is still around. She was a nice lady.
my lame opinion

Madisonville, KY

#8 Jan 6, 2013
Mamaw wrote:
Hope mamaw Tucker is still around. She was a nice lady.
I talked to him about 4 1/2 years ago and she was not doing too well. He talked like she still had some time in her but....Since then I have lost touch with his ex so I don't know. Yes, she was a very sweet lady. She spoiled him rotton that's for sure.
Mamaw

Cadiz, KY

#9 Jan 6, 2013
She sure did. He had it made back when we were younger. She'd let him get away with anything and everything. A lot went on downstairs in that house too. Lol. Good times though.
str8tlk

Madisonville, KY

#10 Jan 6, 2013
Rusty is not such a great guy, proceed at yer own risk
my lame opinion

Madisonville, KY

#11 Jan 6, 2013
Mamaw wrote:
She sure did. He had it made back when we were younger. She'd let him get away with anything and everything. A lot went on downstairs in that house too. Lol. Good times though.
Hey! You are not by chance the guy that was his best friend are you? Man those were good times! I would love to have a reunion!
Mamaw

Cadiz, KY

#12 Jan 7, 2013
my lame opinion wrote:
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Hey! You are not by chance the guy that was his best friend are you? Man those were good times! I would love to have a reunion!
Nope. Exgirlfriend. Lol... One of many, I'm sure, but I was friends with his friends way before I met him.
my lame opinion

Madisonville, KY

#13 Jan 7, 2013
Mamaw wrote:
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Nope. Exgirlfriend. Lol... One of many, I'm sure, but I was friends with his friends way before I met him.
Oh well. I was not a firlfriend, just a friend and boss at one time. Sad to hear what happened to him. I was in the hopes he would get his act together when he left here.....guess not.
Old Friend

Cadiz, KY

#14 Jan 7, 2013
Yep, I knew him well. Don't think I would be interested in a reunion of our small motley group. We have all changed so much and have gone in so many different directions. I want to enjoy the good memories I have left that I can recall. Ha ha, Such as what we did during the week of the Atlanta Olympics or the time a few of us took a road trip to see family. I traded an awesome Steve Vai shirt for this excellent red, black, and gray "poncho hoodie" because I was cold. I believe it is in an old trunk in my folks storage. Lol. Yep, we had fun. Some of us got married, had kids, divorced, repeat. Nothing would ever be the same... and shouldn't. Especially when you have children, and ESPECIALLY when they are girls, you should do all that you can NOW to change that perception, to be someone that matters to them, to show them that you want to be a father, dad, pop, etc.... You know where I'm going with this. Everyone makes mistakes in life. Don't be a person that doesn't want to learn from mistakes. Always look to improve relationships with those you love, not destroy them with your own blind selfishness. Get right Billy. I'm sending you well wishes not to follow in another's footsteps.
my lame opinion

Madisonville, KY

#15 Jan 7, 2013
Old Friend wrote:
Yep, I knew him well. Don't think I would be interested in a reunion of our small motley group. We have all changed so much and have gone in so many different directions. I want to enjoy the good memories I have left that I can recall. Ha ha, Such as what we did during the week of the Atlanta Olympics or the time a few of us took a road trip to see family. I traded an awesome Steve Vai shirt for this excellent red, black, and gray "poncho hoodie" because I was cold. I believe it is in an old trunk in my folks storage. Lol. Yep, we had fun. Some of us got married, had kids, divorced, repeat. Nothing would ever be the same... and shouldn't. Especially when you have children, and ESPECIALLY when they are girls, you should do all that you can NOW to change that perception, to be someone that matters to them, to show them that you want to be a father, dad, pop, etc.... You know where I'm going with this. Everyone makes mistakes in life. Don't be a person that doesn't want to learn from mistakes. Always look to improve relationships with those you love, not destroy them with your own blind selfishness. Get right Billy. I'm sending you well wishes not to follow in another's footsteps.
Wow! Well said! Well said! You are absolutely correct in all you wrote! I mis-spoke, a reunion would not be so good after all. The more I think about how some ended up, the less I want to know about what they are doing! Thank you for the heads up! Let's count blessings and leave it at that! Take care!
lol

United States

#16 Jan 7, 2013
we all had great times in that basement, but crazy times too.... was fun but glad its over with... we lucky we all didnt die there more than a few times!
Grandma is still alive but in bad shape, she is such a great lady... frank and billy's dad has passed... some of us has turned out great and others not so good....
i would love to know who you guys are, without mentioning names that is..... give best clue and remember no names....
my clue...... i was there alot.... was the first of the group to get married and i actually saved one of us that tried to OD one night in the basement...
no names... just acknowledge if you think you know who i am, and leave a clue to who you are.
Old Friend

Cadiz, KY

#17 Jan 8, 2013
lol wrote:
we all had great times in that basement, but crazy times too.... was fun but glad its over with... we lucky we all didnt die there more than a few times!
Grandma is still alive but in bad shape, she is such a great lady... frank and billy's dad has passed... some of us has turned out great and others not so good....
i would love to know who you guys are, without mentioning names that is..... give best clue and remember no names....
my clue...... i was there alot.... was the first of the group to get married and i actually saved one of us that tried to OD one night in the basement...
no names... just acknowledge if you think you know who i am, and leave a clue to who you are.
Ahh, well, I'm pretty sure I know you, so Hey! What's up?. Lol. Hmm, helped primer the old car we took to Bellville, IL to stay with cousins. Known you for a long time... you were a good friend, If this is who I think it is.:-) We also traded cassettes during chorus. Think you came with Dream Theatre. I had Faith No Mores Angel Dust. Can't believe I remember that.
mikey

Atlanta, GA

#18 Jan 8, 2013
Old Friend wrote:
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Ahh, well, I'm pretty sure I know you, so Hey! What's up?. Lol. Hmm, helped primer the old car we took to Bellville, IL to stay with cousins. Known you for a long time... you were a good friend, If this is who I think it is.:-) We also traded cassettes during chorus. Think you came with Dream Theatre. I Faith No Mores Angel Dust. Can't believe I remember that.
things have changed but no matter what we are doing or who we have become i think we were a part of somthing special.
CarVan

Cadiz, KY

#19 Jan 8, 2013
I agree. Lol. Those were some of the more memorable times of my life. Mostly good. We had fun. Funny how things turned out. Out of it all, we sure do have some smart and beautiful kiddos. Gonna miss seeing yours. I am not at the same place anymore. Hope you guys had a great holiday.
lol

United States

#20 Jan 9, 2013
Old Friend wrote:
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Ahh, well, I'm pretty sure I know you, so Hey! What's up?. Lol. Hmm, helped primer the old car we took to Bellville, IL to stay with cousins. Known you for a long time... you were a good friend, If this is who I think it is.:-) We also traded cassettes during chorus. Think you came with Dream Theatre. I had Faith No Mores Angel Dust. Can't believe I remember that.
no, im sorry thats not me.... never in chorus.... and im not sure who you are as of yet, so many primered rides back then...lol

i know exactly who carvan is though, and Mikey ....really? are you gonna cry? lol..... just kidding

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