Were they talking to each other? Or was he calling the sound booth to get the score of the Cowboy's games?tobytyler said:
Did you turn around and yell, "You stinkin HBers!!!!"fishinnut said:I remember getting to church late on a Sunday night and having to sit under the balcony, on the first floor in the teenage section sometime in the late 70s. I could hardly hear the preaching with all the low voice talking, everyone passing notes & clowning around .
Until some HBer put gum in there to "help" it...RAIDER said:I can see the water fountain in the hall that only had enough water pressure to form a small stream.
That cherry Mr. Misty Kiss ain't gonna eat itself, is it?Phooey-dini said:Counting ceiling tiles. Wondering if we'd hit the DQ on Kennedy on way out of Hammond.
Tears in my eyes!bgwilkinson said:The bus kids plugged and over flowed the toilets regularly and the watery slimy mess soaked through the floors and down onto the drop ceiling in the ground floor hall way. Many times dripping onto the carpeted hallway floor below. There were numbers on the ground floor drop ceiling indicating where each toilet was located so as to expedite the unplugging operation. If you walked in the hall below you could get a free shower.prophet said:Those weird inbetween-the-floors under-the P.A.booth restrooms were the worst.kaba said:Once in awhile I will have nightmares about that place!! Loved it when they finally made a place for resting, tons of mirrors and lots of toilets!!
I remember, whenever I had to paint them, over hearing Randy Ericson asking the custodians if anyone had an idea about getting rid of that horrible smell.
Oh the stink.
I never knew it was against the rules!RAIDER said:Do any of you remember being invited to eat supper on a Saturday evening with a bus family. I do believe it was against the rules, but boy were those tacos great!RAIDER said:If I close my eyes this time of year and think of HAC I can't help but remember bus calling in the cold and snow. It was very rare that bus calling was cancelled.