A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from August 17, 2017
“As I get older, I remember all the people I’ve lost. Maybe a tour guide career wasn’t for me”

A jocular line about being a tour guide was posted on Twitter by Brynnester™‏ on August 11, 2017:

“As I get older and I remember all the people I’ve lost along the way I think to myself, maybe a career as a tour guide wasn’t for me.”


Twitter
Brynnester™‏
@brynnester
As I get older and I remember all the people I’ve lost along the way I think to myself, maybe a career as a tour guide wasn’t for me
10:29 AM - 11 Aug 2017

Twitter
Major Bond Holder‏
@MajorBondHolder
As I get older and I remember all the people I’ve lost along the way, I think to myself, maybe I wasn’t cut out to be a tour guide.
12:54 PM - 13 Aug 2017

Twitter
John Kato‏
@ZiggyKato
As I get older and I remember all the people I’ve lost along the way, I think to myself, maybe a career as a tour guide wasn’t for me.
2:03 PM - 16 Aug 2017

Twitter
Jim Morgan‏
@ReverendJim66
As I grow older, remembering all the people I’ve lost along the way, I think to myself, maybe a career as a tour guide wasn’t for me.
2:41 PM - 16 Aug 2017

Reddit—Jokes
As I get older and I remember all the people I’ve lost along the way
submitted August 17, 2017 by FourWordReplies
I think to myself, maybe a career as a tour guide wasn’t for me

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityWork/Businesses • Thursday, August 17, 2017 • Permalink