Discussion in 'The Bar' started by CreamyBone, Sep 28, 2015.
Not sure what happened to CreamyBone. I hope he's doing well and just found better things to do than post here. This was one of my favorite threads to check in on everyday to see what new things he posted.
I fear the worst myself..he was on here all the time and at SFN..and seemed to love contrbuting to “his” thread
Hopefully he moved up into the mountains of Colorado and doesn't have internet access.
i'm sure he's fine. he knows how much we all love him and stuff
btw, the young man or yoot if you will who's getting soaped is also simultaneously getting spanked with a giant spatula across his bare bottom which i left out because it's before 11pm you know family and all that
and i can assure you that both the soap and the spanking are very real
i hope they paid Nick well in that one
i love pics of grocery stores from the late 60s up to around mid 80s
it was all down-hill when barcode scanning registers started coming out oh and those rubber mats you had to step on to get the auto-door to open oh and the coin-op rides right outside the entrance door oh a paper bags my mom always "double bagged" that was my job to have the bags ready as the cashier actually pushed buttons
two types of ham, domestic or imported
the rest-room were hidden in the back where they kept the giant box crusher
you could park a dump-truck in the parking spots
no special areas to return your cart, you just left it in the giant parking spot
you had to open a glass door for both refrigerated and frozen shit. most were made by a company called "Hill", my brother-in-law worked there well not till the late 70s when he graduated hs but his father worked there his whole life, good union job, good commercial freezers and fridges too, i believe they are still around, i see their name on shit when i go shopping but they closed the big Trenton plant where i grew up. Trenton had a shit load of big factories when i was a yoot. there's a bridge that crosses the Delaware with a big sign on it that says "Trenton Makes The World Takes" we always just called it the "Trenton Makes" bridge, there were 3 bridge crossings that connected Trenton to PA, all of them leading into Morrisville, Pennsylvania. Only 1 has a toll and that connection highway US 1
the music was better in those old grocery stores too
i love the scene in the movie Mr. Mom (1983) when he's shopping in that older grocery store (i'm assuming the store was older than 1983 but that just a guess)
oh, they made better shopping carts back then. the wheels actually worked
i never thought of it back then but now that i think about it, it was almost all white people. what a shame...
i was trying to read the prices in the movie when watching in in HD a few weeks ago
i like when he crashes into this lady and tosses a box of cereal (or something) into her cart and goes "here, we'll settle out of court"
how is that doing the green round thingys ????????????
The rotors have light sensitive tape on the blades to help people see them.
All Navy aircraft have the tape on some part of the plane.
i would probably end up with some on my neck
wherever my neck landed