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Offline SLIM123

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84 and Broward move
« on: June 03, 2009, 11:41:21 AM »
Does anyone remember the move. It was sad to leave the old building for the last time. I was at the Seed for 6 months when we left. i drew a picture in great detail of the 84 Seed and i still have it. Remember the flag pole and the path to the gate. i would listen to the raps so hard that often i missed to see the cars pull up,lol. The Seed on Broward was very nice too. It was like a spot of home. Just a pinch of land but it was ours. i loved it. Geesh, Its been so long ago. i tried to find it on google earth but no luck. i dont know the address. Im sure Seth remembers moving the piano,i think he helped. i wish i had taken a jar of dirt or somthing,lol. That would have been cool.
     PS. This is SLIM from 1997-89. Id love to here from everyone or anyone. Remember, Tall,skinny and Howard be thy name,lmao....
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Offline Johnny G

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Re: 84 and Broward move
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2009, 08:36:40 AM »
I had been gone for a while when the seed moved from SR 84, but happend by after the main building had been taken down - during the road work.

I got a wooden sign from the back gate out to the ball field - (near the kitchen).  The main building was already gone. I think I still have it somewhere.
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Offline wanderingjew

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Re: 84 and Broward move
« Reply #2 on: June 30, 2010, 10:17:56 PM »
It was on North Andrews Ave. The bldg is still there. Im gonna say 1313 Andrews? Nxt time Im in the area , I'll try to rember to drive by and get the bldg #
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Re: 84 and Broward move
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2010, 01:09:34 AM »
It seems to me that in the last days of the seed,the group havning been whittled dow to a  bunch of people that had nowhere to go.I guess it must have been really sad. After a few years in the seed,How would you go out on your own amongst the druggie masses. They were the real victims. A piece of dirt ,from the seed, missing the good times?

ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME?

You want a piece of the seed? I think the old morgan  yacht building is still in St. Pete

I still can't find a south florida newspaper archive that mentions the old man( in life or death) anywhere?
Somebody, somewhere went to great lengths to erase  this guy from public record.
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