Brilliant reporting Aggie! I sure wish I was there. Keep us posted :)
Send him my regards, and let him know he can have the South Bronx tour as well when he's in town, just to be sure he gets to see the interesting side of all our great American cities.
Thanks muchly for the post, Aggie; it has produce many mental images (and I do mean "mental"!).
Please also forward my regards on to Les along with my best wishes for his continued survival. I haven't forgotton that pint (or several) I owe him for his articles on split-grade printing (without which I'd be even more useless than I currently am!) and our proposed meet up in the Lakes this Winter.
All the best
Try having a bunch of them as relatives....Quote:
I am now perplexed. MikeK has joinded into the conversation. MikeK is from the UK originally. From this point on, I needed a translator. they were defiantely not speaking any version of English I knew. The only thing I clearly understood was when they said masturbate (sorry that was what they said) Ok not going to touch that one either.
Seriously, I have no idea what my father-in-law says 90% of the time....
Good to hear that Les is o.k.
As has been suggested, Aggie, That was a brilliant post. Very informative and picturesque. Well done.
Love the post. Give Les my regards and if he's going to be on the East Coast maybe we can get together.
Great post Aggie. It brought back memories of good friends of mine from London that came over a few years back for the Chicago Blues Festival. They came out of one of the clubs about 3:00 am in a very bad part of town and I think they said they had to run and jump into a cab to get out of there as the cabby didn't want to come to a complete stop.
Wonderful narrative. It brought back memories of my "visit" to Bridgeport, Conn.