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oldsillybear

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Moe wrote:
<quoted text>Back when I use to research history and genealogy, I visited many graveyards to take photos of long departed ancestors.

You would not believe the types of behavior I would come up in cemeteries. Once I was with a group of old timers on such an expedition. We pulled into the cemetery in a very rural park of KY. There were a group of naked men around a car. The back doors were open. There was a young lady inside on her back. She saw us, got up and ran across the graveyard naked. The men all got in the car and vamboosed. They had a big Reagan-Bush sticker and a "support John Birch Sticket" on the car. One of the oldster said, Typical hillbilly republican family reunion.
Undertakers ( dont know what they are called these days) cringe every time one of these types kick. Family won't pay the bill and always touching the body. Only time they are ever church members is when a clan member dies so they church can either donate to the funeral or feed the bunch.

Cant they just sit in the corner and cry like everyone else?
John Paul Jones

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No, AllAmerican, this is John Paul Jones. I know who Moe is on here though. I like that Moe.
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Sorry, not quite old enough for that. Hey! Is this Moe?
Moe

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I like that John Paul Jones. He remembers what life is all about.
Moe

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RonnieVanZantForever wrote:
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You break into Ronnie VanZants grave?
SKYNARD FORVER!
oooooh that smell, can't you smell that smell?
Arnie

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I have to admit to something.

About a dozen years ago me and my girlfriend were driving back from Nashville, Tenn to Indianapolis.

It was a early Fall night. We we were drinking and partying in the pickup truck.

We had been real amorous that trip. We were acting like we were virgins on a honeymoon. We had already got it on in Printers' Alley and along the Nanchez Trace on the way to Shiloh.

Will we decided we wanted to do in in Kentucky. We got off the interstate 65 somewhere around Mammouth Cave. We drove in the partial moonlight and under the stars out in the boonies until we found a old church and graveyard. No one was there. We pulled in the graveyard and got it on under the stars in the back of the pick up.

Good times. I will always remember Ky and not wome whimpy cruising on Madison around the White Castle, as my love is passed now. and I miss her.

“We're all Bozos on this bus”

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Al Green's, Tee-Pee, The Pole.
Duchess

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Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>As a teen in the late 60's, we cruised the TeePee on weekends looking for women folk (girls). For some reason a drive through was never successful. 10th street east was a drive thru (Irvineington Plazza?), Lafayette square, Glendale (Roderick St Johns), and downtown. The city was reasonabily safe then, heck I used to walk 38th street from the fairgrounds to Central all the time, along with 42nd and Emerson to the Meadows center.
Car runs on North Keystone would determine how fast a car would go, yet, thank God, we survived.
Gas 19.9 cents a gallon at WakeUp for regular gas. One dollar would do a lot of cruising.(Evil carbon polluter that I was, withour remorse.)
My first job was at Indiana National Bank at 38th and Sherman. It was always a mixed area but never any problems then. I shopped all over Meadows.
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Uh Clem wrote:
Al Green's, Tee-Pee, The Pole.
So,you woke up next to Al Green,saw his tee pee and stroked his pole?

tenderloin
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Moe wrote:
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oooooh that smell, can't you smell that smell?
Most excellent guitar playing on that song.

Party On!
Duchess

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Feb 6, 2013
 
AllAmerican wrote:
Lindner's Ice Cream at 10th and Post??
Wow. I forgot Lindner's. And I didn't cruise Al Greens's but went there with mom and dad. What was the name of the place on 10th St., something like Harolds or Steer Inn? I think. It was a greasy spoon type place. Good food though.
Call Me The Breeze

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Justin wrote:
And then this one time one of our boys died in a car wreck, doin what he loved drinking, driving and smokin dope and and listein to skynard and then we all went out to the cemetery and took pictures and sht. those were the days!
FREE BYRD FOREVER
Why did you sh*t on his grave?
Duchess

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Well, it looks like the kids have hijacked the thread. So much for a good thing. It's funny how talking about our younger days sparks comments about being gay. I guess that's all they can think about. Must have something to do with their fantasies.
Yes. Good thing is most don't have a very long life span. Like a gnat.
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Call Me The Breeze wrote:
<quoted text>Why did you sh*t on his grave?
And then we rolled it up and smoked it. Dude would have wanted it that way.
Justin

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Duchess wrote:
<quoted text>Yes. Good thing is most don't have a very long life span. Like a gnat.
Don't you talk bad bout my friend!

RIP Andy! You's was a bad mofo
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Justin wrote:
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Don't you talk bad bout my friend!
RIP Andy! You's was a bad mofo
Did you read the whole thread??? Not talking about your friend. Was a reply to a previous thread. RIP to your bud.
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watchitbub wrote:
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you ever pay off Columbia house pizza face?
I am sure this means something to you.
Ralph

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Duchess wrote:
<quoted text>My first job was at Indiana National Bank at 38th and Sherman. It was always a mixed area but never any problems then. I shopped all over Meadows.
Since I banked at that branch, up until 1970 we, may have brushed paths. Yes it was mixed area, and I worked with diverse folks at Meadows, blacks, whites, gays. A black secureity guard named Curtis saved my butt one afternoon from a jealous boyfriend, and friends. People got along better back then, there were not the pressures of life there seem to be today. I have found that we choose friends by what we have in common, not race, or sexual orientation.
When we left the city in 1970, I could not wait to move back to the city, now I would not go back to win a bet.
Mike

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What about cruisin the Burger Chef on Brookville Rd. That was the place to go! The best pickles around town!
Ralph

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Moe wrote:
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Back when I use to research history and genealogy, I visited many graveyards to take photos of long departed ancestors.
You would not believe the types of behavior I would come up in cemeteries. Once I was with a group of old timers on such an expedition. We pulled into the cemetery in a very rural park of KY. There were a group of naked men around a car. The back doors were open. There was a young lady inside on her back. She saw us, got up and ran across the graveyard naked. The men all got in the car and vamboosed. They had a big Reagan-Bush sticker and a "support John Birch Sticket" on the car. One of the oldster said, Typical hillbilly republican family reunion.
They had bought the car used from an old Vanderburg county Democrat, and had not had time to remove the bumper stickers.
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Ralph wrote:
<quoted text>Since I banked at that branch, up until 1970 we, may have brushed paths. Yes it was mixed area, and I worked with diverse folks at Meadows, blacks, whites, gays. A black secureity guard named Curtis saved my butt one afternoon from a jealous boyfriend, and friends. People got along better back then, there were not the pressures of life there seem to be today. I have found that we choose friends by what we have in common, not race, or sexual orientation.
When we left the city in 1970, I could not wait to move back to the city, now I would not go back to win a bet.

Worked a strip club there in the early 70s. Had my first taste of brown sugar!

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