This is eerie, I'm getting scared

This new stand alone release based on the legendary War in the Pacific from 2 by 3 Games adds significant improvements and changes to enhance game play, improve realism, and increase historical accuracy. With dozens of new features, new art, and engine improvements, War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition brings you the most realistic and immersive WWII Pacific Theater wargame ever!

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This is eerie, I'm getting scared

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The fellow on top is Spanky McFarland from the Little Rascals. The fellow on the bottom is Prince George. Do you know what Spanky's real first name is? George.

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Is it possible Ted Drewe's Famous Custard stand is closed?

(Don't tell ME Route 66 does not still exist!!)

How is it possible you have free time to find this amazing fact????



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I have a time machine. I live near Ted Drewe's but I've never actually had any. I've lived near it for 30 years. I've lived within maybe 5 miles for 40 years. In the STL metro area 44 years. Which is more important, to find out for myself how good it is, or to maintain my record? Everybody raves about it. Maybe it's the lines. Most of the time looks like you'd have to stand in line for an hour before placing your order. Especially after a Cardinals game. The area has a lot of Catholics, so you see couples with maybe 10 or 12 kids standing in line. I'm not much of a dessert person but I have to go to "Da Hill" for my Italian food fix often. If I have dessert it may well be spumoni.

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Maybe it's because I'm a reptile, not a mammal?

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I've never been to Tony's either, our 5 star restaurant.

The bouncers have something against lizards who've lost their tails.

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ORIGINAL: m10bob

Is it possible Ted Drewe's Famous Custard stand is closed?

(Don't tell ME Route 66 does not still exist!!)

How is it possible you have free time to find this amazing fact????



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For those of you who don't know I'll name three of the kids in this photo. I don't remember who the first one on the left is, but the second is "Buckwheat". He is well known for changing his name to Kareem of Wheat. The next is "Alfalfa" and the last is Spanky.

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ORIGINAL: m10bob

Is it possible Ted Drewe's Famous Custard stand is closed?

(Don't tell ME Route 66 does not still exist!!)

How is it possible you have free time to find this amazing fact????



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Route 66 is still here but it is missing an extraordinarily important landmark, The Coral Courts Motel. It had stand alone units that had their own garages so you could avoid having your wife see your car when you were having an important meeting with your secretary. Some famous hoodlums stayed there on the lam. It was beautiful but seedy. I couldn't believe the preservationists didn't save it. I am still in mourning.

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ORIGINAL: geofflambert

ORIGINAL: m10bob

Is it possible Ted Drewe's Famous Custard stand is closed?

(Don't tell ME Route 66 does not still exist!!)

How is it possible you have free time to find this amazing fact????



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Route 66 is still here but it is missing an extraordinarily important landmark, The Coral Courts Motel. It had stand alone units that had their own garages so you could avoid having your wife see your car when you were having an important meeting with your secretary. Some famous hoodlums stayed there on the lam. It was beautiful but seedy. I couldn't believe the preservationists didn't save it. I am still in mourning.
Why? Do you and your secretary have to go someplace else now?[:D]
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She's an amphibian. What are you suggesting? [X(]

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As a reptile I am assuming that Gorns have only scorn for some of the mammaries the rest of us attempt to hold so dear!!
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ORIGINAL: geofflambert
ORIGINAL: m10bob

Is it possible Ted Drewe's Famous Custard stand is closed?

(Don't tell ME Route 66 does not still exist!!)

How is it possible you have free time to find this amazing fact????



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For those of you who don't know I'll name three of the kids in this photo. I don't remember who the first one on the left is, but the second is "Buckwheat". He is well known for changing his name to Kareem of Wheat. The next is "Alfalfa" and the last is Spanky.


"Wheezer"....What kind of reptile are you to not know "Wheezer's" name??
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