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  • James Brown had a number of jobs before he became the Godfather of Soul, including one in which he racked balls at a poolhall.

    The Strange Summer Jobs of 23 Famous People

  • We drove by the location a duzzen times even tho the GPS said “your destination is on the right” because we dint kno twas in da poolhall behind da Noname Pakaj Stoar.

    5 sekkon rool - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • It is now save to go back to the poolhall and have a drink, now that the drunk gang of rapists is getting run out of town, one by one.

    Think Progress » 60 Minutes: CIA Official Reveals Bush, Cheney, Rice Were Personally Told Iraq Had No WMD in Fall 2002

  • FTW sumwot OT Sunday I spent all afternoon & part of the evening in a bar/poolhall & hadda come home and washeverything i wuz wearing and washrinserepeat my hair wif peppermint teatree shampooz to get rid 0 da smoak sschmells.

    5 sekkon rool - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Allen Ginsberg, who also quickly became obsessed with Neal, described him years later to the writer Barry Gifford as "a bright young poolhall cocksman, who was sort of orphaned at thirteen and had gone through the Denver Public Library and read all through Kant and a lot of philosophy."

    Kerouac Unbound

  • "Don't undervalue your poolhall musings, your excruciating details about streets, appointment times, hotel rooms, bar locations, window measurements, smells, heights of trees."

    Kerouac Unbound

  • The New Orleans Times-Picayune would later write that the trouble began again at a downtown Charleston poolhall when a black man shot a white sailor.

    Savage Peace

  • They'd seen him rushing eagerly down the winter streets, bareheaded, carrying books to the poolhall, or climbing trees to get into the attics of buddies where he spent days reading or hiding from the law.

    'On the Road'

  • The New Orleans Times-Picayune would later write that the trouble began again at a downtown Charleston poolhall when a black man shot a white sailor.

    Savage Peace

  • The New Orleans Times-Picayune would later write that the trouble began again at a downtown Charleston poolhall when a black man shot a white sailor.

    Savage Peace

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