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mikelaw
Cheese whiz is definitely gross. American, Provolone , Sharp or Swiss works. 
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mikelaw
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coinfrog
Went to Penn grad (Wharton) many years ago and helped a local (university-insured) currency exchange owner set up his silver redemption program, including twice-daily runs to the local smelter.  What a blast those two years were - every silver coin that came in through our two windows I could view and take at face by simply replacing it with a clad counterpart (this was our arrangement).  I'll leave the rest to your imagination. Click image for larger version - Name: 10 1929 NC Phil NB N65 OBV 45 orig.jpg, Views: 57, Size: 121.19 KB
The value of anything is what you can sell it for the same day you bought it.
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mikelaw
Wow. U of P Wharton. Congrats. On my way to the post office yesterday took a couple pictures of the Philadelphia Union League. Don’t know why they’re coming out sideways but anyway here they are. Click image for larger version - Name: 9D7C9094-64F3-4F07-8480-A0DB0BB2C234.jpeg, Views: 33, Size: 141.83 KB Click image for larger version - Name: C4915439-B0CA-4B00-A94D-E2B9B50D5EE4.jpeg, Views: 32, Size: 144.29 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 18AB9B3F-4750-49A4-9991-CFD6499BF7FF.jpeg, Views: 33, Size: 128.05 KB Click image for larger version - Name: A4DBF62B-9AF2-4BC9-A8BD-909FE34513AC.jpeg, Views: 33, Size: 139.88 KB
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slasher
I couldn’t remember what that building was when you posted pictures a week or two ago but I know it’s right next to the ritz Carlton on Avenue of the Arts and on the weekends there usually seemed to be something fancy going on there.
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