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Old 07-28-2019, 12:59 PM
 
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Very happy for you Ed ... your problem is solved.
I don't have, nor ever had, a problem related to anything on this thread.

I just added a little something to the thread...don't know why you have to try to act like such a jerk towards people who happen to have a different opinion about something as trivial as liking a restaurant. smh

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Old 07-28-2019, 04:34 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Well Ed, I don't know why you have to resort to juvenile name calling on this thread, I believe that is against the rules .... but you must be unable to express your thoughts without stooping to that level ... so I suppose we'll have to overlook your shortcomings in that area.
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Old 07-28-2019, 04:48 PM
 
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Well Ed, I don't know why you have to resort to juvenile name calling on this thread, I believe that is against the rules .... but you must be unable to express your thoughts without stooping to that level ... so I suppose we'll have to overlook your shortcomings in that area.
LOL, thanks so much Sto! And we'll have to overlook your shortcomings as well!

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Old Yesterday, 06:30 AM
 
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Fear not Big Ed .... I understand and I forgive you.
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Old Yesterday, 04:30 PM
 
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Fear not Big Ed .... I understand and I forgive you.
Thank Little Stones, but umm, forgive me for what? Not agreeing with you about a restaurant? Really? You're that petty and small minded?

But back to my question for you: I've been in a lot of italian restaurants and they don't all have the tables extremely close together, nor are they all extremely loud. What do you mean by "the sign does say "An Italian Joint"."? Is "joint" a northeastern code word for crowded and loud? I'm not familiar with that.

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Old Yesterday, 08:13 PM
 
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Well Little Eddie .... I believe you have finally come out of your fog and you got it ..... crowded, loud and great eats .... that's New jersey and New York .... and since the great majority of folks in St James ( AKA St Jersey ) and most others moving in and keeping the economy going by frequenting the places with New Jersey and New York Italian food ..... again, evidenced by the crowds inside and outside waiting to get into Castucci's Italian Joint. But do not worry .... I still forgiveyou for having to resort to the juvenile name calling.
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Old Today, 04:04 AM
 
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Well Little Eddie .... I believe you have finally come out of your fog and you got it ..... crowded, loud and great eats .... that's New jersey and New York .... and since the great majority of folks in St James ( AKA St Jersey ) and most others moving in and keeping the economy going by frequenting the places with New Jersey and New York Italian food ..... again, evidenced by the crowds inside and outside waiting to get into Castucci's Italian Joint. But do not worry .... I still forgiveyou for having to resort to the juvenile name calling.
If the food was all that great I might consider putting up with the crappy ambiance. Unfortunately, its not that great, imo.
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Old Today, 05:47 AM
 
Location: Raleigh NC
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Since you two seem to be the authority on Italian food joints (I had no idea that the term joint meant crowded and loud but good food so thanks for that) how it Falcone and D's?
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Old Today, 06:35 AM
 
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We made the 30 minute journey and frequented the original Falcones in Leland many, many times.... along with so many others from St James .... unfortunately the new restaurant in Bolivia / Oak Island is not being run by "Mike" Falcone, hence the food and management is not the same or as good .... IMO.
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