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Thanks for the names

November 15 2005, 8:57 PM 

The group of young men you mention brings back a flood of memories. All of them bad. I saw Peter Higgin punch a kid without being provoked on the bus going to Fieldstone Middle School. The kid didn't even see it coming. His nose bled all over his clothes. There was this other kid with him that just laughed and laughed. His name was Flip as I recall. He was a real piece of sh*t. He later became involved in drugs as I recall. I lived in the same neighborhood as the Frasetta clan, they were trailer trash and gave Italian Americans a bad name. I agree with you on Janovic, but you must include sadism. I wonder what he died of? Please elaborate on Ben Gannerone and Mike Bauer. More facts if you will, I just can't seem to remember them. I have been away along time.

 
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CS
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cruelty at its worst

November 16 2005, 1:21 PM 

Mike Bauer had black hair and lived on Spring valley rd. near where Aker's Ave ends.
I remember trick or treating there and HIS PARENTS checking us out 'cause there was some kid they were "Out to get". Nice, huh?

Ben Gannerone lived up near Pear River, 2 streets after Montvale ave. In 1972/3 he was graduating Feildstone. He had the longest hair of anyone around and wore a Mickey Mouse denim shirt and saw himself as a music afficiando. Years later I saw him in a Pearl River Bar and was scared shitless. He still emmanated deep hate and disregard for humans. I think his sister OD'd and he was a friend of Bob Hughes.

Here's something I forgot.
Chris McCloud held that kid down when Rigney (Sp, again - sorry) poured lighter fluid on his leg and set a match to it.

Bauer and some guy named Pat roughed me up and stole from me in the bathroom of the Hills cafeteria.

Was dr. Sulma really spiked with LSD in his coffee?

Personally - I don't care which of these guys are living or dead

You live by the sword you die etecetera...

These guys - as Harry would become - WERE BAD MACHINES.

Over and out.

 
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muffie
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Sara Jannerone

December 1 2005, 11:35 AM 

Ben's sister's name was Sara(h)? Her nickname was Seb. She is one of the deceased friends I referred to in the original post. She was really good friends w/Joanie Collens (affectionately known as "wormie")and the LeBeau brothers (IIRC, Jim drowned the week of graduation). I'm surprised to hear that Ben became anti-social - he was a sweet kid, with a really cool mom (she was very into yoga back in the 70's) Sad. Montvale - ick.

 
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Re: Sara Jannerone

December 1 2005, 2:59 PM 

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TJ
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Bauer not that bad

January 23 2006, 5:51 PM 

Bauer dosen't fit with the others.I knew Bauer and he was very nice to me and my friends.He always smiled and said hello.We were considered "Geeks" but he was always nice to us.I never saw him beat up anybody he just liked to party.

 
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M.P
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Not So Nice

January 25 2006, 7:21 AM 

I never saw Bauer hit anyone but he was nuts.

 
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NW
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Ben

July 15 2006, 10:06 PM 

Ben was a sweetheart. He was always a gentleman. He lived around the block from me (I lived on Erie.) He was quiet, cool, and ahead of his time.

 
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dr sulma

September 25 2006, 7:34 PM 

i don't know if anyone spiked dr sulma's coffee although i heard that too. he ran after me once out back and for a fat guy he could run fast. he almost caught me.

 
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Burt Schwab
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Brother Mike

April 12 2007, 12:46 PM 

Mike Bauer IS my oldest friend. We've been neighbors and friends since 1962. I was fortunate to have 3 homes, mine, his, and the Skoglund's. You never had to have a reason to show up and were always welcome. As a young man I have witnessed Mike protecting not preying on the weak. At an early age he was able to stop a fight with words, not start one. He is a brother to me and his family is an extension of mine. There is no one that I would be prouder to have as a friend. Growing up was fun for us because we had great parents that were up to the task, THANK GOD!

 
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Anonymous
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Re: Thanks for the names

November 14 2006, 11:24 PM 

Ray Janovic died in a car accident.

 
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walter jahn
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memories

January 10 2007, 10:52 AM 

Some of the people you mentioned like Higgins,Jay,Bouer were a bunch of dick heads thankfully I was always a big guy and never really got picked on that much,However there was a kid that lived by Davies locker that was a real tough guy that used to hit me every time I went into abes in town until one day I snaped and knocked the s**t out of him! Then he started buying me cokes!!!His name was Joey A, as for the Frassettos I was close friends with John,and Terry Wilkins who are now married and just lost there youngest son in Iraqi.He was killed by a roadside bomb.Thanks for the memories

 
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Dan Scully
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Yo

January 6 2009, 11:02 PM 

All I can say is I grew up and lived in Montvale for 21 years, went to Fieldstone and Pascack hills AND graduated. Montvale was a fine place to grow up although there were some bad folk (teens) but that's anywhere you look. I've had my fair share of fights in school some of which I kicked ass and others I had my ass kicked but not too often. I was more of an individual as I got along with the jocks, nerds burn outs and remember this one "earthworms" (the girls who always got high out back). It was aklways funny how some kids picked on you one year and the next they would befriend you.
Anyway Walter Jahn if you read this here's my e-mail charliepuppy1@cox.net so drop me a message and if anybody out there knows wally's e-mail please send it to me it's been a long time since I've seen him. He was always able to guzzle a quart of beer faster than me.

 
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Joey A

December 11 2009, 9:58 PM 

The only name I recognized in any of the posts was Joey A. I gaduated in 1973. During a phys ed class where we were being taught the bow and arrow (Is that allowed anymore?) Joey turned, shot up, and shot out an overhead light in the gym.

He was bad news. Don't know what ever happened to him. He wanted to beat me up, never had a chance.


 
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get your spelling right a hole

April 5 2009, 7:42 AM 

you must b trailer trash and before u put people down u should get to no someone so u can blow me n take that to the bank *** ****

 
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ja
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random question

January 24 2006, 1:41 PM 

Exactly which one of my aunts did you consider "****able"?

 
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cs
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Mary

January 26 2006, 8:20 PM 

Mary was ----able, yea?

 
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Mary Bauer
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Let it go !!!!!!

January 27 2006, 11:14 AM 

Let's start with our names Mary, Eileen, Catherine, and Jim Bauer:

Our brother is Michael Bauer and we are proud to say that. The Michael we know is a wonderful brother, husband, and father. We learned how respected he is in his community when there was a fire in his house a couple of years ago. The amount of people who showed up and offered help was a tribute to the good person he is.

Please remember there are young children who go onto this web site and read what you write. Do you really want these kids to read that there are adults out there who are still carrying such anger inside themselves almost 30 years later. To have a list of people you want dead is unbelievable to us. We hope in time you can let the anger go.

One more thing and then we will sign off for good. The comment about our parents is unbelievable. They gave so much to the town of Montvale, between starting the football league in town and all the time my parents gave to coaching baseball, football, and girls softball. Your accusation was unfounded. They are wonderful people, great parents and grandparents who we are all very proud of and love.

The Bauer Family


 
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It does take a village
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Who do you work for - the FCC?

January 27 2006, 12:41 PM 

Mary, you wrote:
"...Please remember there are young children who go onto this web site and read what you write. Do you really want these kids to read that there are adults out there who are still carrying such anger inside themselves almost 30 years later..."

Mary, why do I have to sensor myself to protect your kids from what they read? Isn't that your job? There isn't any pornography on this site? There isn't anything illegal on this board? You should have more control over what your kids read and don't read.

I agree with everything else you say in your message, but please don't ask me to raise your kids for you. That's your job!

 
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Anonymous
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YOU MISTOOK ME

January 27 2006, 2:42 PM 

I DO NOT HAVE ANY CHILDREN. I'AM TALKING ABOUT OTHER PEOPLES CHILDREN.

 
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Chicky
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Re: Let it go !!!!!!

January 27 2006, 3:16 PM 

I would like to second all of that!

If you should make it back to this cesspool of stupidity, that is this board please say hi to your family for me. Also please ask Eileen to mail me, or you may, and I will explain. I doubt you remember me, but I’m sure you knew my dad.

Remember these are almost all anonymous comments, therefore invalid. If they can’t prove it, it never happened.

 
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