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Old 04-23-2013, 10:49 PM   #51
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ice cream scoops here too.

but no self respecting ny italian nonna or goombah (or me) would ever use one for meatballs.

sheesh, rookies.

they are used for ice cream, or italian ices, or even to the odd folks of southeastern pa. who call it water ice.

they live too close to three mile island.
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Old 04-24-2013, 08:11 AM   #52
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ice cream scoops here too.

but no self respecting ny italian nonna or goombah (or me) would ever use one for meatballs.

sheesh, rookies.

they are used for ice cream, or italian ices, or even to the odd folks of southeastern pa. who call it water ice.

they live too close to three mile island.
And you live in Joisey, you know, that place near the famous, or is that infamous, East River, where they use concrete shoe wearing people to create fish habitat., or so Hollywood would have us believe.

Sorry BT, I had to take a poke. I couldn't let your geographical jabs go unanswered. After all, in a game of wits, there are precious few that can keep up wit cha.

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Old 04-24-2013, 04:00 PM   #53
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lol, chief. fortunately, we have that little island between us and the east river.

we have people swim with the fishes in the hudson.

do you know how staten island got it's name?
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:24 PM   #54
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lol, chief. fortunately, we have that little island between us and the east river.

we have people swim with the fishes in the hudson.

do you know how staten island got it's name?
Please tell me how Staten Island got its name. Curious mind want to know. And yes I know, there are few minds more curious than mine. Ha1 beat you to the punch.

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The Hudson, isn't that the river where a bunch of people got chomped on by a bull shark, back in the 1920's or 30's, you know, the shark attacks that inspired the "Jaws" movies. I think I'll stick with Lake Superior, thank you.

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I also hear that if you drink straight from the Hudson, you'll glow in the dark.

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Old 04-24-2013, 11:34 PM   #57
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I also hear that if you drink straight from the Hudson, you'll glow in the dark.

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only a tourist would drink directly from the hudson south of 125th street.. that's how we know tbey're tourists. they glow.

that, and the fact that they are constantly looking up, mouths agape while only seeing a small patch of sky.

actually, my uncles used to swim in the hudson many years ago, pre-wwii, just north of the gw bridge. then it became a toxic cesspool. but it's coming back now. just son't disturb the sediment and millfoil that seals it in

more to come. gotta run. woik calls.
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ok, so henry hudson was sailing into ny harbor on his ship, the half moon, and as he passed a spit of land the native indians used as a garbage dump, he commented in his accent, " ist dat and islandt?". and staten islandt was borne...

it's a jersey joke.
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ok, so henry hudson was sailing into ny harbor on his ship, the half moon, and as he passed a spit of land the native indians used as a garbage dump, he commented in his accent, " ist dat and islandt?". and staten islandt was borne...

it's a jersey joke.
I get it! I get it! I can be Joisey kinda guy. Yaaaaay. Does that mean I'm gonna be a natural gardner? After all, new Jersey is the "Garden State".

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ok, so henry hudson was sailing into ny harbor on his ship, the half moon, and as he passed a spit of land the native indians used as a garbage dump, he commented in his accent, " ist dat and islandt?". and staten islandt was borne...

it's a jersey joke.
Why would he have had anything but an English accent?
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