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Back in the early 60's there was a place on about 57th and State where the kids would walk for a hot dog and a soda for $.25. Then there was a bible school class in the back of a drug store and you could get hot dog and drink for a .25. I had a music teacher at St Patrick's Grade School in E St Louis, IL, in the late 60s who had such a positive influence in my life. GIGOLO truly you are great man, do you need his help also?

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