Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Thursday, September 19, 2013

It's on TV

How to read my mind.

I come to realize that watching the Maury Povich Show (http://www.mauryshow.com/) is my main source for staying in touch with Black Americans. I always wonder if these guests have a proper state id card so they don’t have any problem voting.
The TV advertisement for the new Michael J Fox Show ties in well to the preceding show, Parks and Recreation. It’s something like a brain twister.
I watched TV today. I didn’t have to do anything I couldn’t put off another day.
The Chew celebrated the hamburger. It was National Hamburger Day or something like it. I flipped the channel.
There was an absence of news on cable. You had to go look for it.
My daughter phoned. We compared notes. She handles my interest in a matter. Letting go for stronger bonds. Judge Judy came on. Logic makes for great TV. I don’t remember any court proceedings. It was a blur as Deb was fixing up before leaving.
I had lasagna and a Danish for dinner. I stopped thinking after that.
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Motion

Take the 5 Bus to 2nd and Race Street.






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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Walking In Fishtown

Three points of interest.
Fletcher and Aramingo

Triangle Dog Park
Jessica Marie Parker



Welcome to Fishtown



Rocket Cat


Moyer and Norris

York and Belgrade
Ready for your close up!


Porcelain dolls and not, all kinds in the box, $5.00. Joe likes his cigar. It's usually not lit. Joe's there during the day on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday weather permitting. He and his wife moved after living in Fishtown for over thirty years. They own the twin houses with the ajoining two parking spot car port. It's all inside the black fence. A developer made them a successful offer.
The signs around Triangle dog park come from the 2008 Neighborhood Signs project by PositiveSpace.
An interesting day.

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Friday, September 6, 2013

Why We Support Penn Treaty Park

By Deeds of Peace 
Please help keep the park clean and safe. Cleanups are held every 2nd Saturday of the month at 9:00AM. Bring gloves and plenty of elbow grease and that Fishtown Community Spirit.
Have your picture taken (the reason why I do this) to show and foster others why they too should support Penn Treaty Park by Deeds of Peace. 
To make a donation use the paypal function on our website: www.penntreatypark.org.

Fishtown's Historical Landmark and Park

A place to be alone in a wide open space
Having fun in the snow
A great place for music: The Soul Cruiser's, Rockfish, Charlie Gracie, Kenn Kweder, the Nines and..
the thousands of people came to enjoy the shows with family and friends.
The Holloween Hoedown and Pumpkin Patch
The Easter Egg Hunt which grows larger each year.
 
The Fishing Derby_Catch me if you can.
The River City Festival

Pie in the Sky Kite Festival
The Flea Markets
Movie Night in the Park
Children Stories in the Park
Raising funds for a new playground.
A place to meet new Friends.
A place to begin a lifetime Together.
Watch the Fireworks
Come join with us for a good community cause.
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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

It's Putin's Fault

Here's to you Mister Game Changer.

What's with this Putin guy? First off he allows these anti-gay propaganda laws wreck havoc on the lives of his own people. You would think he's some Conservative Evangelical Christian Republican from the USA.
Yea, he still likes that color red just like them.
What's with you? Are you trying to start your own 700 Club? Are you auditioning for a job as a pundit on FOX News or conservative radio for when you leave office? These thing are only for citizens of the USA, so back off.
If that wasn't enough look what happened in Syria. They used chemical weapons on their own people.
Shame on you for your continued support of that regime.
Our President of Hope and Change took a firm stand for gay rights and against the horrific use of chemical weapons that Syria used on their own citizens. It's not difficult to expect that both Houses of Congress will support military action to teach the treacherous Syria goverment a lesson they'll never forget.
Tell me Mister Putin, how do you sleep at night?
To the readers of this blog: You may find these pictures very disturbing!




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The moral of the story: It's Putin's fault. Yea, I'm talking about you.
The immorality of the story: Dead is dead is dead no matter how it comes by war.
The hope for the story: Stop the hurt, be reasonable with each other and talk and greet each other by saying FREE BEER!
  lampooery, sadly is this hard bite, based upon actual events in the world