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Girls Forever (402) Mp4


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In her youthful time, Gina Blonde and Manu learn to kick butt in competitive encounters.They have fought in a forest, in a girls locker room, in the street and over a guy until they lost sight of each other after their school days.But the desire for revenge remained forever. And today as they are meet alone fortuitously after many years, they close firmly the door to not be disturbed in a challenge for a truly anything goes erotic catfight, where these two getting a chance to kiss, squeezing, rubbing their bodys, tits and crotches together and just generally excite each other, what starts early and escalates in a cunt mashing sex fight. And they are still love to fight like two slut bitches. Even as mature adult women. This was a custom and if you would like your own, please email to [email protected]com


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VERMILION: A TOWN OF GOOD CHARACTER(S): Several years ago, after I’d published my webpage about historic Vermilion, I received an email from a fellow named Jack Jaworski who now lives in Oklahoma. Jack enjoyed the page. He bought one of my year 2000 calendars, and then made this comment: "I enjoy the old pictures of Vermilion, but I'd really like to see some of the town when we were growing up back in the 1950s." I understand his thinking. He, most likely, is not coming back to Vermilion very soon. But he has precious memories of those times. And so do I. In this column, I’ll ruminate about some things in the 50s. I’ll ruminate about William "Corky" Harpley, and Miles Shilling. One of the pictures before you is one I obtained from Judy and Linda Shilling. Judy and Linda are two of the best natured, and fun people one will ever meet. Both girls still live in Vermilion, and I apologize for not knowing their married names. They have a brother named (I believe) John. John doesn't live here now. There is also another sister named Vivian. She doesn't live in town either. The gentleman in the picture is Corky Harpley. And, just guessing, I'd say that the little girl is Linda Shilling. They are standing outside Shilling's Hobby Shoppe on Grand Street. The building was situated between Fulper's Gas Station and a gun shop called "The Trading Post," next to what was the Vermilion Public Library (now the Pelican Cove gift shop). It's probably 1958. Just as an aside, the fellow who owned th_e gun shop managed- to shoot himself in the foot. The Shilling building itself was historical and was originally located in Hanover Square in what was Willis Gebhart's house (currently owned by the Mike Rini family). It was one of the first school houses in town. It's a shame that we lost this building. The building was moved from Hanover, Square to make way for a water tower that stood on that site for many years. "You never know what you've lost until its gone." The car on the left side of the building is a 1957 Plymouth. Miles, Judy and Linda's father used it as a taxi. The family migrated to Vermilion from Dexter, a small town in mid-southern Ohio in 1957. Miles' taxi business worked mainly at nights. More than once was he called upon to taxi home some fellow from one of the local watering holes. But tragedy struck in the daylight. Miles was driving east on West Lake Road near Chappell Creek when another vehicle hit him head-on. He was critically injured. The steering wheel crushed his chest. After recovering from this accident, Miles actively promoted building a hospital in, or very near, Vermilion. Well, Miles never succeeded in getting a hospital in town, but I'd venture to say that deep down under __ all the "hoopla and bravado" of those with big bucks and much influence Miles' voice was heard after all. The Lorain Community Hospital (now Lorain Community Partners) was born. Miles was also active in Democratic politics. He had little use for those "damn" republicans. The photo of Miles was taken by photographer Rudy Moe when Miles was running for mayor. He ran against John Maiden and Lois Rauh. One does not have to guess the result. His girls told me that he could have been running by himself and still have lost the election. But it's a real nice photograph. I don't believe I ever saw him looking that good. Miles' wife, Evelyn, worked at The Buyer's Fair for years. Her good humor and wonderful demeanor accounts for the personalities of her daughters. Now about Corky Harpley. When Corky was a young man his parents sent him down to Rathbun's Store for a loaf of bread. He returned about five years later without the bread. On his way downtown, Corky hopped a freight train and rode to Chicago. There, we were told, Cork began a career "in the cups." He drank anything and everything he could get his hands on. Sterno was one of hIS accomplishments. He came back to town the same way he left it. Penniless, but sober, and he went to work for his father, Fred. Fred was an entrepreneur; he once ran the Fred Harpley Garage Service, and he was always involved with Erie County politics; but he was a railroad man through and through. He ran a freight station that was located on the alley. that runs between Perry and Washington streets. That building is long gone. Fred had a big truck that Corky would drive over to the New York Central Station behind the Catholic Church and pickup freight that arrived by railroad each day and deliver packages that were t be shipped by train. What he picked up he'd take back to Fred's station where it would be registered, and then delivered to businesses and/or people in the area. When the day of freight being delivered directly to town ended, Fred retired to his house on the southwest corner of South and Decatur streets and Corky took to delivering papers for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. This was the sort of job that suited him well. He was a man of the night. Ann's Lunch was an all-night lunch counter located (to the best of my recollections) a few doors east of where The Vermilion Chamber of Commerce is located today. What a wonderful place. Strains of Les Paul and Mary Ford on the jukebox still linger in my mind; How High The Moon. And there did William "Corky" Harpley spend a great deal of time. This is more than likely the place where Corky and Miles Shilling really met. These guys would drink cup after cup after cup of coffee and exchange stories, talk politics, and greet other locals as they came in from the bars or to and from work. Cork was waiting for the papers to be delivered, and Miles was waiting for a passenger or two for his taxi. The truckers would come and go. And the nights would fly by. Corky normally had a young helper with him. The one I remember the most was Bobby Braden. Bobby's father was a popular school teacher and coach. Later Bobby would work as a custodian for the Vermilion Schools and then retire. One of Corky's main characteristics was that a person should not work too hard. That is why he always had a helper. Corky (and Miles) loved children. When Vermilion had parades there was good old Corky dressed up like Uncle Sam walking the route on stilts. Corky was married and lived in the house behind his father's place on Decatur Street. He and his wife had a pretty young daughter. I have no idea of where she is today. Later on. Corky and his father would buy the local news-stand. That was right up their line. If there was b.s. to be had. a cigar. cigarette. or a pipe to be smoked; a magazine or paper to be read. a place to hangout and be accepted. it was the Favorite News Stand. It was located where J.A. Berk and Associates is now located on Liberty Avenue. As most Vermilionites understand our city has wonderful character. It is charming. Most visitors are enamoured by the little shops. the nice restaurants. and century homes in the city that have been restored. and the beautiful homes in the Lagoons. John Lanigan. the morning talk show host on WMJI (105.7) radio. is forever raving about how beautiful he finds Vermilion whenever he gets a caller from town. What Mr. Lanigan and other visitors to our community have really missed are the characters who live, and lived, in our city. This is the true color and flavor of Vermilion. Miles and Corky were two of the best. 041b061a72


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