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Did you wish there was a place where you can find the people who are also living with HIV/AIDS, and you can dating with other HIV singles in a comfortable and private environment?is the right place for you, it's an exclusive HIV singles dating and support community only for people living with HIV/AIDS.I remember glass windows, the inset door, and the delivery entrance on the right side of the building.There was rubber or large strips of plastic hanging in the door. Although my brother brought me to the dance, Ronnie brought me home.He then lived in Riverside, then lived in the Colonial apts off blanding blvd, he lived in Confederate point apts further down blanding.Nobody would be going back Northwest to Edison ave dives to hang out in the 70's.He was hanging around the "still" on San Juan ave (again off blanding blvd), and the TRUE PAST TIME which is pictured on the LS website.That pictured past time as shown was actually a one room white cinderblock separate building on a corner street off blanding blvd, just South of Blanding blvd and 118th st.
This is a place where you can feel safe while dating with HIV.I think Skynyrd even refers to it in the line "wait a minute mister, I didn't even kiss her" as the main subject in the above song admits "I couldn't resist one little kiss so inviting"....perhaps suggesting that he wasn't as guilty as the singer of "Come a Little Bit Closer"Ok, I just went an stood on the spot of the old "West Tavern/ Past time/ Judy's Pub" pictured on the LS website, it is in fact still demolished :) It is on the corner of Turknett road and Blanding blvd, jacksonville, Fla. It sat right on blanding blvd, and had parking for about six cars.The site is for sale, 3.6 acres of which only the tiny pub itself was removed, the rest hasn't been touched since Ronnie last stepped down there, it's jungle. That area fits in exactly with the area Ronnie was living at in early and mid 20's. take Gary and Judy's word for it, it wasn't the Little Brown Jug. If you go to the LS website and the history Judy put together it will show what she says is the "past time".One thing is certain, Ronnie was a gifted musician! Lettie Mae Wren was her "real" name for those wondering. Most of the end lines in Gimme Three Steps were probably chosen for their rhyming effect. The use of the name Linda Lou puzzled me, so in 2003, I went back to Jax and tried to retrace some of our steps. There was an old car that was going to be given away some time that summer.I'm almost certain our last date began at 2517 Edison Ave. My parents sent me to a boarding school in Georgia earlier that year. When I came home for summer vacation, my older brother told me where Ronnie was singing. It was parked on a trailer in front of the building.