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September 4, 2008

McConnellsville, Ohio

Chuck Berry – Rock n’ Roll Music

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  1. Karswell permalink
    September 4, 2008 4:20 pm

    Like I’ve always said, lightbulbs around the edge of anything in this manner automatically improves it’s appearence no matter what the subject matter. Just a guess but was this maybe originally a really really wonderful old sign that along the way got junky and instead of replacing the whole thing they merely painted over it? Still has a nice vibe though.

  2. Dane permalink
    September 4, 2008 5:56 pm

    Yeah, even when they’ve painted over the original, I still prefer the look of the old sign to anything new they’d put up. But I really hate it when they do that, and you’re right, this one’s been painted.

  3. SkipFish permalink
    September 4, 2008 7:50 pm

    2 quick things…

    First, do I see a church in the background yet again? Ha, ha.

    Secondly, since it has been established that I have a skewed choice of music…and while you have done a great job of matching the photo with song, may I offer an alternate choice?

    Chuck Berry is great for the ‘50’s part…but may I offer…Electric Light Orchestra “Ma-Ma-Ma Belle” or maybe something retro but in a different way…The Cars “Shake It Up”.

  4. Dane permalink
    September 5, 2008 4:29 am

    No, actually, that’s the McConnellsville Opera House.

    Not a big fan of that particular ELO song, and as for the Cars … is it because of the milkshake on the sign?

    I thought I’d stick with the ’50s because it’s a ’50s diner.

  5. SkipFish permalink
    September 5, 2008 1:59 pm

    Sorry. Hope I did not offend. Just a couple silly thoughts. Opera, eh?

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