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 January 30, 2018
“The hospital you were born in is the only building you leave without entering”

"Also, night thought: the hospital you were born in is the only building you’ll leave but not have entered” is a saying that was posted on Twitter on March 31, 2017. “The hospital in which you were born is the only building you leave without entering” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on January 24, 2018, and again on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on January 28, 2018.


Twitter
Sophia‏
@Occams_Blazer
Also, night thought: the hospital you were born in is the only building you’ll leave but not have entered.
2:36 AM - 31 Mar 2017

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
The Hospital in which you were born is the only building you leave without entering
submitted January 24, 2018 by BioFrosted

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
The hospital in which you were born is the only building you leave without entering.
submitted January 28, 2018 by feeko113
COMMENTS
benjaminikuta
What if a building were built around you?

Twitter
Shower Thoughts Bot‏
@thoughtsbybot
The hospital in which you were born is the only building you leave without entering.  #thoughts
11:48 AM - 28 Jan 2018

Twitter
Jackson Liberatore‏
@JacksonLiberat1
The hospital you were born in is the only building you will ever leave without entering #isopodhour
1:44 PM - 28 Jan 2018

Reddit—Shower Thoughts
The hospital you were born in is the only building you leave without entering.
submitted January 30, 2018 by vacattack

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