You can order the things, but why would you?
Bleeb looks a bit peaked; I hope he’s not ill.
“See, Dad? Those dance lessons weren’t a waste of money!”
There used to be a Dr. Allen who was a vet around these parts; we got our first dog from him.
Bleeb is wisely staying out of the way. Hi, Bleeb!
My condolences for your loss.
I’d forgotten the popcorn. Weirdly enough, I’ve never had Sharkey’s Spiedies; I’ve always been a Lupo’s guy (love their spiedie nuggets).
I miss Philadelphia Sales. I still have a wind-up pocket watch I bought there.
I can hardly forget Johnny Hart; my family used to own a store that sold paint, wallpaper, art supplies, etc., and Hart used to occasionally buy his drawing materials there, so he and my dad were acquaintances.
George F. Johnson, the man behind the shoe factories, was the one who convinced Thomas Watson to locate IBM in the area.
Edwin Link, who played a vital role in the development of flight simulators and undersea craft, was also based in the area, and Rod Serling went to school in Binghamton (my father’s cousin was in the same class as him).