Storms devastate old Irvington post office in Indy

There are 18 comments on the Daily Journal story from Nov 17, 2013, titled Storms devastate old Irvington post office in Indy. In it, Daily Journal reports that:

An iconic building that has stood on the corner in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood for more than a century has been heavily damaged by strong storms.

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Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#1 Nov 17, 2013
HoW about putting the goddamn address in the story? Too complicated?

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#2 Nov 18, 2013
cpeter1313 wrote:
HoW about putting the goddamn address in the story? Too complicated?
I heard it was at Washington & Ritter. That was on Ch13 news Sunday night. That's all they said.
whocares

United States

#3 Nov 18, 2013
It was a dump. You could tear down all of Irvington. No one would miss it.

Since: Feb 13

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#4 Nov 18, 2013
Some of us have good memories of that area. Maybe it is in need of some tlc.
Cruisin

Anderson, IN

#5 Nov 18, 2013
Duchess 29631 wrote:
Some of us have good memories of that area. Maybe it is in need of some tlc.
You're no stranger to TLC. Especially in Irvington.

You probably have a lot of memories of that particular corridor of Washington St.

You've probably walked by that old post office building many of times back in the day. The days when you were hustling for johns along Washington St.

A time when the world was a better place. A time when The Dukes of Hazzard was the number one show in America. A time when you could actually still fit into a petite pair of daisy dukes.
Cruisin For Burgers

Anderson, IN

#6 Nov 18, 2013
It was always common knowledge the girls of the eastside were always the easiest.

Just take them out on a date to Gramboli's pizza just north of 38th at Mitthoeffer and if she was impressed by the Craig 8 Track stereo in your car you were going to get lucky!

Since: Feb 13

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#7 Nov 18, 2013
Wish I could help you here, but you are actually wrong on each and every count. Washington St.? No, Dukes of Hazzard? What the heck was Gramboli's? Irvington wasn't exactly my neck of the woods.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Nov 18, 2013
whocares wrote:
It was a dump. You could tear down all of Irvington. No one would miss it.
DC Stephenson had the HQ of the national KKK there. A lot of tea baggers are still. Hope the storm cleared things up for tem!
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Nov 18, 2013
Cruisin wrote:
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You're no stranger to TLC. Especially in Irvington.
You probably have a lot of memories of that particular corridor of Washington St.
You've probably walked by that old post office building many of times back in the day. The days when you were hustling for johns along Washington St.
A time when the world was a better place. A time when The Dukes of Hazzard was the number one show in America. A time when you could actually still fit into a petite pair of daisy dukes.
Met many ladies there. Could Duchess have been one at 4 am ?

Since: Feb 13

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#10 Nov 18, 2013
No dumbass....thanks for the laughs Moe. You will miss me when I am gone.
Ralph

Bloomingdale, IN

#11 Nov 18, 2013
Duchess 29631 wrote:
No dumbass....thanks for the laughs Moe. You will miss me when I am gone.
I hope that is no time soon.
true

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Nov 18, 2013
Cruisin For Burgers wrote:
It was always common knowledge the girls of the eastside were always the easiest.

Just take them out on a date to Gramboli's pizza just north of 38th at Mitthoeffer and if she was impressed by the Craig 8 Track stereo in your car you were going to get lucky!
Now that was true. There were girls you married and girls you slept with, east side girls would always lay you!
Hoosier775

Indianapolis, IN

#13 Nov 18, 2013
It was hard to find a warren central tramp that wasn't pregnant by 16. They didn't care if they were pregnant or not they would fight over a quality piece of dick with a nice car.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#14 Nov 18, 2013
Duchess 29631 wrote:
No dumbass....thanks for the laughs Moe. You will miss me when I am gone.
Yes I will.

How about a taste?

Since: Feb 13

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#15 Nov 18, 2013
Moe wrote:
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Yes I will.
How about a taste?
Uh, no.
true

Indianapolis, IN

#16 Nov 18, 2013
Hoosier775 wrote:
It was hard to find a warren central tramp that wasn't pregnant by 16. They didn't care if they were pregnant or not they would fight over a quality piece of dick with a nice car.
I know one that pumped out 5 before 30. Food stamps and HUD run that pathetic household.
The Xcess of Duchess

Anderson, IN

#17 Nov 18, 2013
Moe wrote:
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Met many ladies there. Could Duchess have been one at 4 am ?
That's possible. Did you take her to Wonderwall Records to get a pack of rolling papers before the date commenced?

Did you get a second date? Did she demand a burger from Knobby's before she'd open the back door?
bigbee

London, KY

#19 Nov 18, 2013
sure miss them burgers,dont you chuck d?

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