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EBAY: Romeo's Time Square (now Johnnie's) Menu

Postby LAOperaMan » Sat Aug 13, 2005 5:51 am

OKAY OKAY OKAY!!!!
I let out such a ge'shrai like you've never heard when I was e-bay surfing, and came across this!!!!! Just in time for the Wilshire Tour!!!! I tried to put in several bids, going as high as $50, but the reserve hadn't been met....
We can't let this one get away! Any rich ModCom member wanna snag it up?

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Watch less Television (save for the Food Network and PBS), go to more art museums, listen to NPR, attend more Theatre and Opera, and you will be a better person!!!!!!!
DO IT NOW!!!!!!

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Re: EBAY: Romeo's Time Square (now Johnnie's) Menu

Postby davidk6 » Mon Oct 17, 2011 10:46 am

LAOperaMan wrote:OKAY OKAY OKAY!!!!
I let out such a ge'shrai like you've never heard when I was e-bay surfing, and came across this!!!!! Just in time for the Wilshire Tour!!!! I tried to put in several bids, going as high as $50, but the reserve hadn't been met....
We can't let this one get away! Any rich ModCom member wanna snag it up?

Image

http://cgi.ebay.com/ROMEOS-TIMES-SQ-LOS ... dZViewItem



I just saw this before I posted a note about a Johnnie's-related blog post in the NYT today and figured that this was a good time to note that a ge'shrai is very appropriate for an Opera Man.

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