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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby chrisco » 09 Aug 2016, 13:09

Briandong79 wrote:
Goose wrote:
Magnum wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Magnum wrote:
Prez wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:i don't want to be this guy but i'll do it anyway. you got a $50 steak medium-well? and it was a filet on top of that? cretin.


Yeah, I thought about making that exact post and then remembered that it's Ballz we're talking about. Par for the course.

Yeah, I thought this too. Only time I've ever gotten a steak at a fancy place like that medium well was when I was prego. and it sucked!


Ball probably got a nice slice of cheese za from Papa Johns for lunch the next day before they headed out.

I'm guessing Sbarro.


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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby SouthernYokel » 09 Aug 2016, 13:27

Colonel Angus wrote:
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babylurch wrote:Heading down to the Apple in a few minutes to see Billy Jo El at MSG. think that we are getting burgers beforehand.


Try Burger King. Best burgers in NYC I hear.


Be sure to try the new Whopperito.

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you know what? I would like to try that i think.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby BostonSucksMyBalls » 09 Aug 2016, 13:45

SouthernYokel wrote:
Colonel Angus wrote:
Goose wrote:
babylurch wrote:Heading down to the Apple in a few minutes to see Billy Jo El at MSG. think that we are getting burgers beforehand.


Try Burger King. Best burgers in NYC I hear.


Be sure to try the new Whopperito.

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you know what? I would like to try that i think.


As would I.

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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Frank the Tank » 09 Aug 2016, 15:08

Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby nerf66 » 09 Aug 2016, 15:13

Frank the Tank wrote:
Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".


Do they have chicago deep dish in new haven?
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Frank the Tank » 09 Aug 2016, 15:39

nerf66 wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".


Do they have chicago deep dish in new haven?


I think there's an Uno Chicago Grill in Milford.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby bosux » 09 Aug 2016, 20:49

Frank the Tank wrote:
nerf66 wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".


Do they have chicago deep dish in new haven?


I think there's an Uno Chicago Grill in Milford.


is the jai-alai fronton still there?
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Rodney Farva » 09 Aug 2016, 21:40

bosux wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
nerf66 wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".


Do they have chicago deep dish in new haven?


I think there's an Uno Chicago Grill in Milford.


is the jai-alai fronton still there?


nope, it was torn down a while ago. I think my hotel when I was there recently is across the street from the former site.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby OJ8871440 » 11 Aug 2016, 17:09

Goose wrote:
Magnum wrote:
the cheese wrote:
Magnum wrote:
Prez wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:i don't want to be this guy but i'll do it anyway. you got a $50 steak medium-well? and it was a filet on top of that? cretin.


Yeah, I thought about making that exact post and then remembered that it's Ballz we're talking about. Par for the course.

Yeah, I thought this too. Only time I've ever gotten a steak at a fancy place like that medium well was when I was prego. and it sucked!


Ball probably got a nice slice of cheese za from Papa Johns for lunch the next day before they headed out.

I'm guessing Sbarro.


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That Sbarro no longer exists, got torn down about 2 years ago :sniff: :sniff: :sniff:
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Theny » 11 Aug 2016, 17:57

Rodney Farva wrote:
bosux wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
nerf66 wrote:
Frank the Tank wrote:
Magnum wrote:I see no mention of pizza in this write up.


Of course not. He said "New York" not "New Haven".


Do they have chicago deep dish in new haven?


I think there's an Uno Chicago Grill in Milford.


is the jai-alai fronton still there?


nope, it was torn down a while ago. I think my hotel when I was there recently is across the street from the former site.


Even in south Florida, jai alai seems to be dying out.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby rickm3 » 11 Aug 2016, 18:33

I used to love going to Jai Alai when i was in HS/College. There were frontons in Hartford, Milford and one other place in CT (maybe?). The best part was how it was so fixed, guys would make amazing plays and then just dropped the ball for no reason. But since it was pari-mutual betting I didn't care that is was fixed, I figured none of the degenerate gamblers knew which way it was fixed. Fun times.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby babylurch » 11 Aug 2016, 20:30

Bridgeport. A couple of my friends used to play there.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Rodney Farva » 11 Aug 2016, 20:51

went once to milford. one of our athletic dept trainers moonlighted there. he asked us not to make eye contact with him when we got there because he didn't want it looking like he was helping on a fix. was fun for first half hour or so but after a while was pretty depressing and with all the smoking your eyes would start buring #80s. yes, absolutely fishy with all the easy balls dropped. the one cinch was a guy who played under the name badiola, you could be pretty sure he would win a healthy majority of his matches.
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby bosux » 11 Aug 2016, 21:19

which is more depressing: a jai alai fronton or a dog track?

i remember the milford jai alai radio commercials from WPLR
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Re: The Greatest City On Earth: New York

Postby Theny » 11 Aug 2016, 21:50

bosux wrote:which is more depressing: a jai alai fronton or a dog track?

i remember the milford jai alai radio commercials from WPLR


Jai Alai is WAY more depressing.
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