theorellior: Someone's trying to be the local Dave Barry.
theorellior: Porndip Poonpat: didn't any of you numbnuts assholes think to do a screen cap?Porndip Poonpat: No, but you smell like an abandoned hoagie.Porndip Poonpat: You still smell like a taint.Are you trying to be an annoying n00b? Because it's working really well.
Porndip Poonpat: didn't any of you numbnuts assholes think to do a screen cap?
Porndip Poonpat: No, but you smell like an abandoned hoagie.
Porndip Poonpat: You still smell like a taint.
BokChoy: Link doesn't appear to be farked but heres the full text for anyone who cant see it:Just a random thought or two while standing at the crosswalk in the 200 block of West Market Street in front of the Chester County Justice Center, watching motorists blithely violate the "yield to pedestrians" warnings on their way to whatever circle of hell is reserved for them.By now, pretty much everyone and his or her dog knows how the tiny borough of West Chester has a firm historical connection to the great capital of Washington, D.C., and that this is not because my friend Jamie McVickar and I have shared a beer or two in both locations.No, the one connect that most are aware of is the fact that the fellow who designed the Historic Chester County Courthouse is one Thomas U. Walter, who also had the fortune to be chosen to design the dome on the U.S. Capitol, as well as one or two of the wings. They really don't look much like one another, that building and ours, and truth be told if you had the chance to ask Thomas U. which he got more mileage out of I'd hazard a guess that it wouldn't be our cozy courthouse.(By the way, here's hoping you don't soon have the chance to ask Thomas U. that very question, since he rang down the curtain and joined the choir invisible, to quote the poet, way back on All Hollow's Eve in 1887. Your ability to ask him that question could put a slight damper on your getting back to us with the answer, make no mistake about it.)But recently I learned of another architectural link between the Washington D.C. Mall and West Chester, one I haven' quite had the chance to share with people I run into yet, mostly because I am too busy answering their questions about my upcoming appearance with soap opera star Susan Lucci on the program "Deadly Affairs" - an appearance that I can assure you has nothing to do with the 1887 death, or life, of Thomas Ustick Walter.It appears as though the U.S. Post Office on East Gay Street in West Chester is constructe ...
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