|I thought we had wandered onto the set of "Fiddler On The Roof"|
This was in Brooklyn or the Bronx, I forget which
|Manhattan. I believe the tallest above ground building in Green Bay|
is St. Vincent Hospital at ten stories. I've been told the Metropolitan
Sewerage District building has more stories, but they are underground!
|Mr. Trucker's been wanting to try a Nathan's hotdog,|
but the tightwad in him couldn't bring himself to spend
$3.29 on one, till some guy who said he was born & raised in
"New Yawk" told him they are the "world's best hotdogs".
|He was completely taken in, I'm afraid. He said|
it was okay, but not as good as "Salmon's" in Wisconsin.
|Vast numbers of the houses in Ohio and Pennsylvania have these|
tin stars on them, particularly out in the country. I think they mean
something, like maybe Hobos are welcome there...
Sign Number 5)
Majorly huge and crowded cemeteries:
|Brooklyn, or the Bronx, I forget which.|
Sign Number 6)
Freaky, oversized household items:
|Holy Crap! Looks like the Jolly Green Giant lost his picnic basket.|
|This is actually a building! It's the Longaberger Basket Company's|
Headquarters in Dresden, Ohio.
Whiny Pittsburgh Steeler Fans:
|Other than Mr. Trucker there in the middle, and a few other|
fellow Packer fans, we watched last night's Super Bowl
with this group of Steeler fans.