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 March 28, 2017
“My favorite childhood memory is not paying bills”

"My favorite childhood memory is not paying bills” is a jocular one-line saying that has been printed on many images. “What is your favorite childhood memory? Not paying bills” was posted on Twitter on March 13, 2013.


Twitter
Yung Dory‏
@BIGART217
What is your favorite childhood memory?
Not paying bills.
7:57 PM - 13 Mar 2013

Twitter
#SheaMoistureThief‏
@LonnieDukes
TOO REAL!!!! RT @Meeting_aJERNed: What is your favorite childhood memory? — Not paying bills http://ask.fm/a/30cch8nc
4:11 AM - 14 Mar 2013

Twitter
..guess™‏
@omgchante
Not paying bills or working RT @msbond2u: 16. What’s your favorite childhood memory?
2:05 PM - 25 Apr 2013

Twitter
velcr.O‏
@spoookwave
my favorite childhood memory is not paying bills
5:11 PM - 15 Jul 2014

Twitter
Bill Murray‏
@BiIIMurray
My favorite childhood memory is not paying bills.
12:18 PM - 1 Jun 2015

Facebook
Rob Z
June 3, 2015 ·
My favorite childhood memory is not paying bills.

All That Spam
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
My Favorite Childhood Memory Is Not Paying Bills

Sizzle
MY FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORY IS NOT PAYING BILLS CAN YOU PAY MY BILLS? SUNDAYFUNDAY MEME
TEACHING BILLS FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORY MY FAVORITES PAYED FAVORITISM MY FAVORITE CHILDHOOD MEMORIAL PAYING BILLS SUNDAYFUNDAY
FOUND @ 954 LIKES ON 2016-07-01 20:01:22 BY SIZZLE
SOURCE: INSTAGRAM

Posted by Barry Popik
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