Author Archives: Frankjc3rd

About Frankjc3rd

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

Closest date ever!

Today is mt 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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Three Words: Harcourt Fenton Trump.

     This is a man who is actually a toddler in an adult body.  He thinks that as President he can do anything he likes but doesn’t understand why that isn’t happening.  All he has to do is be quiet … Continue reading

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Pay Attention!!!

It’s not just the green signs you have to read but also the RED ones. Continue reading

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How to park in Philadelphia.

First of all change your premise for parking in this, or any, city. You cannot park for free!  You have a choice.  Either pay $1 an hour to park at a meter or pay $26 when you get a ticket.  … Continue reading

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Isn’t That Special.

     According to my email updates I have some followers.  I am trying to figure out who they are.  If you are looking to influence my politics with ‘bots, please go to http://www.lp.org/ at least.

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Not so free after all.

I pay for a weekly trans-pass when I know I am going to run errands in a given week.  I get paid back when I go past eleven rides, anything over that and it pays me back. I got on … Continue reading

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