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Greeneville, TN

Nightmare on Carson

Yes it was a bit earlier than my days there which were late 70's, 80's and early 90's. Bob Gregg owned the house we lived in and we had terrific neighbors. I was there these past couple of days and even though many neighbors have passed away, one look at the houses we all occupied then brings memories flooding back.  (Nov 2, 2013 | post #66)

Greeneville, TN

Nightmare on Carson

Oh yes, Ham's! Those peanut butter milkshakes were to die for. I remember some late nights, my entire family would walk around the block since the sidewalk was safe and most everyone went to bed early then. I hear the cars zooming by now with no regard to possibly kids playing. I'm not even sure if there are any children that live around here now. It sure was populated with youngins back then.  (Nov 2, 2013 | post #52)

Greeneville, TN

Nightmare on Carson

When I lived here, there was no dairy queen. The former Fat Fridays was a Little Dandy store, Daves Oil was up and running, the car wash was fully functional and besides passing football in the street, (much less traffic back then) another of our favorite things was homemade ice cream shared wih anyone that came around to help crank it.  (Nov 2, 2013 | post #50)

Greeneville, TN

Nightmare on Carson

I'm not sure to whom you are referring as "white trash" on Carson but I take offense to that comment. I spent many years growing up on Carson and we were not trash. I met and married my husband there as his family lived a house or two up from my family. I frequently visit him and his father that still live there. Gone are the days of walking to Little Dandy through the field, hanging out at the car wash and passing football in the street with all the neighborhood kids. Then, some neighbors were a bit louder than others but for the most part, everyone lived their own lives. Carson has changed and I've seen several families move in and out of our old houses but everytime I'm there with him, the good old days' memories make me happy. There is always going to be "those" kind of neighbors but please don't catagorize everyone just because of where they live or have lived.  (Nov 1, 2013 | post #25)

Greeneville, TN

I'm looking to adopt a capuchin monkey

Thank you. A hedge hog or something else unique would be more suitable for an 8 year old. Parrots live to be a rather old age too, but I'm not sure for hedge hogs. I love animals and make sure mine are properly cared for no matter what they need. IT pains me to think one would invest in an innocent capuchin that requires much more than they would be willing to give it. Especially a child that needs a friend.  (Oct 23, 2013 | post #24)

Greeneville, TN

Wreck on Greystone Road

I am confused by your post. The driver? I understand you are very shaken right now. I am not following as to whom the driver was.... the gentleman you speak of as a marine or his son, one of which is in ICU. Either way, this is a terrible thing to happen to any member of any ones family. My uncle lives on top of the hill and sees too much in that curve.  (Oct 22, 2013 | post #35)

Greeneville, TN

I'm looking to adopt a capuchin monkey

The negative comments are probably from someone that has never been around or researched a capuchin. I'm not sure if I agree for it to be raised by a child as it is a child itself. She or He requires continuous attention as a small child does and will develop detrimental behavior if not properly cared and attended for. It is not a "throw-away pet" just be be amusing when one wants it to be. These animals live Many years and have to have a dedicated "parent. " I, too, toyed with the idea of having one since I do not have real children and loved seeing the couple in Greeneville with her, but after inquiring and research, I decided on an adopted puppy.  (Oct 22, 2013 | post #14)

Greeneville, TN

11e sport bar regulars?

The Fugitives put on one heck of a show Friday night! Much fun was had by all that attended.  (Oct 20, 2013 | post #88)

Greeneville, TN

This Topix is DEAD!

Are you so eat up with your self that you constantly make every thread about someone stalking you? IF that is the case, and someone IS stalking you, the best thing would be to STOP giving them ammunition to use! Take a break. I'm only an occasional poster but like to read the news topics. (When the thread isn't hijacked) This is ONLY my opinion but I'm sure others feel the same. Sheesh... take a break  (Oct 19, 2013 | post #37)

Greeneville, TN

11e sport bar regulars?

My man and I were there Saturday night so he could sing karaoke but by are no means regulars. It seemed to be a good place with lots of laughs, pool shooting, singing and dancing with good folks.  (Oct 16, 2013 | post #72)

Greeneville, TN

Skating Rink

Sorry if I'm out of line but I have to agree with Parent! I went skating there many years back and have been several times since then. Its terrific exercise. and many more eyes to watch the kids. I know we have corrupt juveniles but we also have many that aren't. I'm not sure how this price increase could allow the parents of our future to show children an alternative way of having. fun. No matter where you are blessed to work, life is expensive and especially raising kids.  (Sep 16, 2013 | post #28)

Greeneville, TN

whats YOUR favorite color?

Purple Rain  (Sep 6, 2013 | post #21)

Greeneville, TN

Whats going on at Rockys? West Main Recycling

He took in my car not too long ago. A THIEF PILL HEAD stole it from the driveway. Jesse Coleman.... Ring a bell? I was there very shortly after I was notified my car had been taken but it had already been crushed! There should be a time limit on things brought there before they are trashed! I met the police and was given the amount the PILL HEAD THIEF was given for my car but it in no way reflected what my car was worth. Rocky didn't even flinch when he had to give me the money. He knew what had just went down. Needless to say THE PILL HEAD JUNKIE THIEF was busted in our local CVS bathroom with his drugs after having shot up and unable to perform simple sobriety tests. I am only ONE person speaking out, we need more. I can't understand why our younger folks have to rely on drugs to get them through the day. They now have much more than I did growing up and many of my generation turned out fine.  (Sep 6, 2013 | post #98)