Saturday, June 11, 2005
Hahahaha . . . Ohh the seedy awesomeness of it all. I haven't been there since i was 8 but i remember it well.
Indeed you can usually tell when the concepts of democracy and citizenship are weakening. There is an increase in the role of charity and in the worship of volunteerism. These represent the élite citizen's imitation of noblesse oblige; that is, of pretending to be aristocrats or oligarchs, as opposed to being citizens.
The only thing that comes to mind is, MOMMY, I'm scared.Originally posted by jresta
Waaarrrriiiorrrrrrrrsss come out to plaaayaaay.
Good to see a great film being honoured in the neck of the woods it made famous. The last few photos of the train line look like they should have some early 1980's gangs hanging around looking for a rumble just like the film.
Good memories! It's an awesome place to people watch. Thanks for sharing the photos.
“Do you think the porter and the cook have no anecdotes, no experiences, no wonders for you? The walls of their minds are scrawled all over with thoughts. They shall one day bring a lantern and read the inscriptions.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson
THEY BURN.......THE PAIN...........
Oh, and someone should cut down the few trees that showed up in the photo's Those trees are detracting from the character of the place
“The way of acquiescence leads to moral and spiritual suicide. The way of violence leads to bitterness in the survivors and brutality in the destroyers. But, the way of non-violence leads to redemption and the creation of the beloved community.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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I see from the first few pics you've had a nice ride on the Sea Beach Line! Oh, and they haven't half done a nice job on Stillwell Av station.