The column that says the huge windows on the third floor of the Ashley-McCormick building start like 8 inches off the floor — huge — and the floor was used for storage all these years, but the freight elevator is something else with a sign that says don’t use it if you don’t know what you’re doing.
By Jack Hummel
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Ever have a thermal burn bubble as big as a golf ball on your hip after an MRI? We did on Tuesday, plus a right thumb that was weeping fluid all night for the same reason.
The question is, why did the burning occur, and what is going to happen during the second one next Monday?
We had a call ball in our hand, but did not want to have to repeat any of the 30 minutes of laying perfectly still, so we cooked instead. Every time the noises started, the cooking started again.
We are now prepared to burn in hell.
Recent CRHS graduate Byron Hitchner is back at DiLisi’s Ristorante in the Upper Deerfield Shopping Center, but we didn’t get a chance to see him on Tuesday, as we split a medium white pizza — 6 slices — with the Mrs.
He belongs there.
Dan Mourning Sr. down 25 pounds! Making his whole body a weapon. Did we ever tell you that if it wasn’t for Jim Fillipello, there would be no more Chief John Bondi?
He pushed him, he goaded him, he talked him into working out.
Linder Smith had her Wendy’s apple pecan chicken salad today, so there was no lump in her stomach and no belching and nothing at the other end, either.
The apple is good, the nuts are tasty and the chicken is delicious, whether it’s processed or not — and when did you get so particular about what you eat — as you swill down every meat known to man.
And it’s only $6.46 for the full size.
New shops at The Spot, the replacement for the Amish Market in Vineland.
Let the owner of the A Novel Idea — Chapter II book store show you around, and sell you the Greenwich book. Linda is reading it and calls the history “fascinating.”
Shep doesn’t like it because his family name is not in it.
The Vineland Main Street Association caters its meetings, including the salt and pepper.
Who bought quarts of strawberries and a Terrigno’s cake for the staff at the prostate cancer treatment cancer at Inspira?
Who had 44 treatments laying perfectly still, then felt diarrhea rumbling the last day and squeezed his way through it?
Who kept asking the doctor, “Will it still work?”
Monroe County deputies ordered not to use overdose-reversal drug
“This is the beginning of scenarios like this. This will happen all over America, more and more and more. Law enforcement will begin to have to make these choices as synthetics and fentanyl EXPLODE!
“Harm reduction won’t help us now. Safe injection sites won’t help us. Free needles won’t help us. Condoning continuing heroin use won’t help.
“Treating this like a disease where people can’t help the choices they make isn’t working! If addicts can’t help their choices, then they’re a danger to themselves and everyone around them.
“We’re going to have to get a hell of a lot more HONEST and come together, maybe even civilly committing people to save them.”
— Michael DeLeon,
Steered Straight founder
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