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    Quote Originally Posted by MadJack View Post
    You put onion on it?
    Nope
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfann View Post
    One of my favorite memories of childhood was walking with my grandmother to the neighborhood butcher shop in Appleton, Wisconsin for braunschweiger.
    Still remember the first time I bought a roll of it rather than getting it at the butcher shop.

    Thereís a German grocery store near me that has some amazing braunschweiger
    You don't happen to mean Jacob's do you?

    Here is a pic of my Jacob's t-shirt. It's almost as nice as my Madjacksports t-shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PocketAces View Post
    You don't happen to mean Jacob's do you?

    Here is a pic of my Jacob's t-shirt. It's almost as nice as my Madjacksports t-shirt.

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    That's the name of Skulnik's favorite hangout, but I think it's different.
    ďReligion might be helpful in death, but education is helpful in life.Ē ó Anonymous

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    Quote Originally Posted by PocketAces View Post
    You don't happen to mean Jacob's do you?

    Here is a pic of my Jacob's t-shirt. It's almost as nice as my Madjacksports t-shirt.

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    Thatís the one! Is it still around? Itís been at least 40 years since Iíve been there. My grandparents lived on N Union Street a couple blocks south of City Park. Loved playing in that park with my brothers and cousinsó it had a huge metal slide that was super fast.
    Iíd love to get one of those shirts if at all possible.
    You live in Appleton? My grandfather worked for Kimberly Clark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfann View Post
    Thatís the one! Is it still around? Itís been at least 40 years since Iíve been there. My grandparents lived on N Union Street a couple blocks south of City Park. Loved playing in that park with my brothers and cousinsó it had a huge metal slide that was super fast.
    Iíd love to get one of those shirts if at all possible.
    You live in Appleton? My grandfather worked for Kimberly Clark.
    What a small world. I do live in Appleton not far from Jacobs. They are very much still around and as popular as ever. Great long time family business.

    I'd be happy to get you a tshirt and anything else that you might want from Jacobs. Feel free to get my email from Jack.

    Also, City Park is still a pretty great place to bring the family. We just visited a neighborhood art show there a few weeks back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PocketAces View Post
    What a small world. I do live in Appleton not far from Jacobs. They are very much still around and as popular as ever. Great long time family business.

    I'd be happy to get you a tshirt and anything else that you might want from Jacobs. Feel free to get my email from Jack.

    Also, City Park is still a pretty great place to bring the family. We just visited a neighborhood art show there a few weeks back.

    Small world indeed! And Iíll be getting your email from Jack and placing an order for some goodies from Jacobs.
    Canít imagine that huge metal slide is still in City Park but itís great knowing that the park is still there and still as awesome as it was when I spent lots of summer days playing in it back in the 70s. Damn, Iím getting oldÖ
    "Live the full life of the mind, exhilarated by new ideas, intoxicated by the romance of the unusual."

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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfann View Post
    Small world indeed! And Iíll be getting your email from Jack and placing an order for some goodies from Jacobs.
    Canít imagine that huge metal slide is still in City Park but itís great knowing that the park is still there and still as awesome as it was when I spent lots of summer days playing in it back in the 70s. Damn, Iím getting oldÖ

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