Author Archives: Frankjc3rd

About Frankjc3rd

Active hobbyist on Wheresgeorge.com, presently looking for work. I am now the proud owner of a pacemaker.

Why Does It Happen.

Why does the bus come when I don’t need it.  Also The validator that SEPTA uses does not read my card or not working at all.  If there is someone tracking my movements on my KeyCard they will be VERY … Continue reading

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Good deeds done dirt cheap.

Recently I wanted to get a snack from the vending machine in the basement of my building.  I noticed that there was a bag of chips that had gotten stuck near the exit door.  I bought something heavier to knock … Continue reading

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Take The Annuity!

24/7 Wall St. does not want anyone who comes into instant wealth to go broke. Remember this adage: You should only have to become rich once! via As Powerball Lottery Nears $400 Million, What Not to Do If You Win — … Continue reading

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A Simple Question.

On September 11th I was in Walmart waiting in line for the in store McDonald’s.  The woman in front me didn’t move up when the rest of the line did.  I simply asked if she was in line or not.  … Continue reading

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On SEPTA too long!

I have been riding the buses too long.  A car is no longer a car, it is something that gets in the way of the bus and causes things to slow down.   I am also glad that people don’t … Continue reading

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Closest date ever!

Today is my birthday.  I was born on Easter Sunday in 1965.  My birthday fell on Easter Sunday in 1976.  This is the closest since then my birthday has come since then.  It has fallen before and after the date … Continue reading

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The Red Hyundai.

To recap: No plates, never moved, and got tickets everyday. I asked a Parking Officer why it was still there and she didn’t know and had even told her supervisor and the police. Continue reading

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