Haha I should find another clip they showed on TV. He tried to rob another store with a big guy behind the counter - the guy came around, put the geezer in a choke hold and threw him out the store. Apparently he's not really armed
The largest brickworks in the world were at one time right in New Jersey!
In 1850, James Sayre of Newark and Peter Fisher of New York formed the Sayre & Fisher Co.
They opened in 1851 making bricks from the clay pits of Sayreville. Sayreville bricks were used
in the construction of many buildings, including the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.
By 1913, they were producing 178 million bricks per year! The company stopped producing bricks in the early 1970s
February 1, 1945, the second (north) tube of the Lincoln Tunnel opened.
The design of the Lincoln Tunnel had originally called for two tubes but work on the second
was halted in 1938 and resumed in 1941. Due to war material shortages of metal, completion was delayed until 1945
This always makes me smile when it pops up on the FB. 9 years ago, we went bike riding at 6 Mile in the middle of a blizzard. Made it from the 27 lot to Middlebush and back. Myself, @Pearl , @Dusty the Whale , Coach Ben and Kush. Fun times.