Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The Rolling Chairs In Atlantic City, NJ ☆In Honor Of Black History Month☆

Real African American Heroes

Atlantic City's First Rolling Chairs

My Parents and I, used to go to Atlantic City all the time when I was young, (1950's and 60's). I had Cousins who lived there.

My Cousin Roy and I used to ride on the rolling chairs together every time I visited. (The more modern ones that Roy and I used to ride on were open in the front and on the sides).

Roy was one of the nicest young people I've ever met. He was grown up when he was 11. Roy didn't fight with a girl the way most boys did.

Everyone on the boardwalk knew and loved, my Cousin Roy, he used to run errands for them all.

We had such a good time on the rolling chairs and I remember the middle aged African American Men who used to push them from one end of the Boardwalk to the other! African-American Workers Crucial To Atlantic City's Rise by Kathleen O'Brien/The Star-Ledger February 24 2012

The Atlantic City Boardwalk was so beautiful back then! I remember the Steel Pier And Salt Water Taffy. The Planters Peanut Store, Mr. Peanut walking around, The pigeons who would eat peanuts out of your hand, Ripley's little museum on the Steel Pier, The Diving Horse, cotton candy, candy apples, The salt water taffy store and so much more. But riding on the rolling chairs with my Cousin Roy was the best!

These are my memories of Atlantic City.


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Mind Control
by me

First Rule
Isolate the Victim.

Second Rule

Convince them that they like it.
Oh No, Stockholm Syndrome!

Third Rule
Recruit and Convince Accomplices.

Fourth Rule

Argue with the victim.

Fifth Rule

Leave occasionally (randomly but consistently).

Sixth Rule

Beat the victim occasionally physically or emotionally, threaten often!
Demoralize them to the point that they believe anything you tell them as truth!

Seventh Rule

Never let the victim forget you are (supposedly), superior to them.

Eighth Rule
Pretend Nothing's Going On.

WHY? My theory is

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The Three Strikes Law Should Have Been Abolished, Years And Years Ago!
Every crime should be judged on it's own!

Not; Oh you got busted three times for being stupid, so now you go to jail for life! That's not justice!