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. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

Recent entries:
“Another beer bottle with no genie at the bottom. I’ll keep looking” (7/6)
“Some mornings it’s best to just fill the sink with coffee, dunk your head in it and suck” (7/5)
“Some mornings it’s best just to fill the sink with coffee, dunk your head in it and suck” (7/5)
“Another wine bottle with no genie in the bottom of it. I’ll keep looking” (7/5)
“Another wine bottle emptied with no genie at the bottom. I’ll keep trying” (7/5)
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Entry from May 30, 2015
“Do people who run know that we’re not food anymore?”

"Do people who run know that we’re not food anymore?” is a jocular line, referring to a time long ago when people ran from animals for survival. “Do people who run know that we’re not food anymore” was cited on Twitter on October 20, 2014.


Twitter
Mary Charlene
‏@IamEnidColeslaw
do people who run know that we’re not food anymore
5:51 PM - 20 Oct 2014

Twitter
Ben Maverick
‏@TheMaverick_84
“@IamEnidColeslaw: do people who run know that we’re not food anymore”. Anymore or YET?
5:54 PM - 20 Oct 2014

Twitter
Stacey Viera
‏@staceyviera
“@IamEnidColeslaw: do people who run know that we’re not food anymore” TESTIFY.
6:44 PM - 20 Oct 2014

Twitter
Ezra Romanov
‏@EzraRomanov
“Do people who run voluntarily know that we’re not food anymore?”
http://tinyurl.com/lay8p5k #AngelHeartMusic
8:13 AM - 30 Oct 2014

Twitter
SASSYPIEHOLE
‏@sassypiehole
Do people who run voluntarily know that we’re not food anymore?
2:25 PM - 6 Nov 2014

Facebook
Kristian Alekov at Stoneybrook Gym
January 8, 2015
Do people who run know that we’re not food anymore.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityExercise/Running/Health Clubs • Saturday, May 30, 2015 • Permalink