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Posted by Todd (guest) on Sun 10 Feb 2013 10:24:36 PM PST
I don't have any photos but snieeg these brought back so many happy memories !!!I was in the 14-20 society when it first began and was in High Hopes, Country Girl and Chu Chin Chow ( all very minor parts and some in- credited !!!)My appearance in Calamity Jane was curtailed when I went down with appendicitis 3 weeks before the show !!!Good luck for the next 40 years it was all such fun back then !!
Posted by Khan (guest) on Wed 10 Oct 2012 04:05:13 AM PDT
Originally I declined to name the store besauce I was afraid I would hurt their feelings. But now I know the ways of Googleproofing, and so I will say it. It is a booth-style shared space, where the cashiers track whose stuff is being purchased. Its name is the Vir/gini/a Av/enue Ma/ll.
Posted by Mercedes (guest) on Mon 14 May 2012 10:40:47 AM PDT
That store that cannot be named has a name!
I'm from Clarksville, VA, and completely enjoyed the pictures of your trip here. The store without a name is the Virgina Avenue Mall, and you are right... it's chock FULL of kitcsh. I HATE those jean purses. Oh, and the Mariposa closed this week. The owner was a lunatic and couldn't keep help and often argued with customers, so her business dropped off and she closed. She's the mayor's wife, and probably a bit bi-polar. I'm sorry you seemed to have missed the art gallery (the only lavender colored building in town). There are some great exhibits of regional artists there, and recently they started doing a jazz and poetry slam night.
ahhhh...the things you learn when you talk to a local.
Posted by Guest on Sat 09 Sep 2006 09:40:35 PM PDT
Posted by Guest on Fri 02 Sep 2005 09:42:11 PM PDT
Oh, I get it now - the sign should read "collectibles of Occupied Japan". OK, my grammar Nazi is slipping.
Posted by Guest on Wed 24 Aug 2005 01:24:29 PM PDT
When I see someone sporting aligator skin I always wonder if that aligator was farm raised or killed in the wild. I wonder if the trailer trash queen they pealed these off of was farm raised... well, you get the picture.
Posted by Guest on Sun 21 Aug 2005 10:59:58 AM PDT
Reminds me of this deli in Berea, KY that had merchandise in the front of the store. The shelves and the floor were abundant with stuffed cats. Real, dead, taxidermied, cats. In a deli.
Needless to say, we left prior to reaching the sandwich counter.
Posted by Guest on Fri 19 Aug 2005 12:23:47 PM PDT
Can you just imagine trying to roll on the floor in Hell? I think you'ld get stuck.
Posted by Guest on Fri 19 Aug 2005 12:17:02 PM PDT
The stages of jeans:
3. daisy dukes
Posted by Guest on Fri 19 Aug 2005 12:14:45 PM PDT