1,788 Comments Posted by eldokid@aol.com

It looks like the thing they used to ship the Tasmanian Devil in, in those old Warner Bros. cartoons!
@ flushed..I saw on another gallery where I asked you to email me and you said you did twice but I didn't reply...I'm so sorry. I don't think I ever got your email. Today I went back through hundreds and hundreds of emails, spam and junk and I couldn't find anything. Would you mind trying again and I will look for it. My email is my name, I have another email but I don't know if that's allowed here or not. Please try again and I'll make sure I look for it. Thanks!
@Flushed...I'm sorry, I'm going to go back through my email and look. I don't recall seeing one from you, it may have gone to the spam or junk folder. Going back today and check because I would have replied to you for sure. Thanks
Why can't someone revamp this into apartments? I wouldn't mind living in a place like this if the apartment was soundproofed so I didn't hear the neighbors. Seems like such a waste, all because of money.
I hope they had plenty of warm blankets for the patients. Tile floors, large windows, brick walls, two forced air heat ducts, this must have been cold in the winter.
Concrete block walls, high beamed ceilings, tile floors, two small heat grates by the door, this place must have been FREEZING in the wintertime!!
There's something about curved hallways that just doesn't sit right with me. I'm not sure what it is, maybe not being able to see the end or who or what could be coming around the curve? Don't know, but curved hallways have always disturbed me.
Thank you! You know, I would love to go back in time, even to live, but the thought of not having any plumbing makes me sick. I don't even use those "porta-potties" at fairs or sports events because they're so disgusting, so I can't imagine living without running water.
I think a lot of smokers were like that..."I'll quit when they reach $1... I'll quit when they reach $2...and so on. Now I'm paying $10, sometimes $11 for a stupid pack of Winston. I remember when they were 35 cents a pack! But I enjoy it, it's the only thing left I enjoy. I hate my job, I have no friends (they all died or moved away), I don't drink, I don't hang out in bars, I don't do much except work 10-13 hours a day. The funny thing is, I can take it or leave it. I quit once for 6 years so I feel I can stop when I want to, only I don't want to.
I was only joking, I actually found receipts from the 30's and 40's in an old barn I was poking through once. They're interesting to see what was bought and sold back then and for how much. Just recent;y I came across one of my own receipts from the 1990's....cigarettes were $2 a pack....now they are $10. Too bad we can take the money we earn today and go back 50 years to spend it!
They're expected in basements, I have them all over because I don't clean as well or as often as I used to!
I want that bed
That's a good point, and I just noticed from looking at this photo, there doesn't seem to be a thick layer of dust on the furniture. I know if I don't dust for a few weeks (or years as it seems lately) there is a thick layer of dust on everything. So I just sign my name in it and move on.
This place is too good for Zombies
Not to mention the nicotine dripping down your walls! 144 (gross!)