"Great to know ya"
Talking about war stories, remember the Thomas Schimenti shooting? I attached this link for you to read what his little girl Gina wrote. Sorry for the OT stuff, folks.......
"There used to be a pub next to a deli owned by a retired NYPD cop(?) on Dyckman Street, between Broadway and Seaman Avenue."
Okay, that's it!!!!! I'm not saying nothin bout nothin now!!!!!! I have a propensity for being somewhat verbose. Often times, that leads to providing too much information with my BIG MOUTH. You're starting to scare me.
If I was inclined, I might spew something cryptic/esoteric that only you might understand. However, the brewskies haven't dulled my senses yet, so I will refrain. Instead, I'll allow you, if you choose to do so, to continue blowing my mind with your remembrances of Dyckman Street (I'm crying happy tears right now).
Good night all.....
Ahah, Dyckman Street.
There used to be a pub next to a deli owned by a retired NYPD cop(?) on Dyckman Street, between Broadway and Seaman Avenue. Most of my measly grad student’s salary got liquefied there. Often full of off-duty cops. Did you ever dozed off at the bar desk there? I once made a mistake of trying to wake up an overloaded cop. He did not like me at all. But luckily he was so much in hops that missed swinging left. I hid in the stall, while his buddies explained to him that I was a friendly creature, regardless of the accent.
Inwood, great neighborhood and the best 6 years of my life. Dominican girls, those cheap restaurants and enough pubs between Dyckman and 211th to kill you.
high eddy im in europe different time zone and habbits we drink wine over lunch for starters but the thing was war stories and having a cold one i was trying to say some people prefer to have a warm one go figure i like to mix all people boozt and feelings