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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 34ty3y4y4 ()
Date: December 23, 2021 01:39AM

(that could be mc'lean but i'm leery of how good the b&w photo is and why there isn't a single tire mark on the ? loose stone driveway ?)

but moreso - i'm seeing a pattern of attacks on whites followed by "cheesy CRT writeups claiming the person was a rich bastard and deserved it"

more and more one shouldn't assume these "bad things" followed by racist articles by the democrat media ARE NOT MISTAKES. the DC 4 certainly was not a mistake.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 34y3445454 ()
Date: December 23, 2021 01:48AM

Posted by: damien ()
Date: August 31, 2020 03:28PM

file.php?2,file=426004,filename=Special_

that's not in mc'lean, another fake post. that's an extremely large employee complex - i don't think it's in mc'lean (ie not something you can see from most roads within borders of mc'lean). that building rivals size of any new 2021 building in tyson's btw. it immense.

it could be the military complex for a fairly large nation - for it's size

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 334y34y45 ()
Date: December 23, 2021 01:51AM

file.php?2,file=425631,filename=27E2C71F

obviously not fairfax - and probably post-edited by california gov also

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 34y3y44 ()
Date: December 23, 2021 01:58AM

Fair Oaks Dodge? Looks more like Fair Oaks Ford. I an guessing mid to late 80s? I dont remember a Fair Oaks Ford.

Guess that Ford Dealership fell on hard times. Here is a 2019 photo of the property as it was up for sale.

THAT'S A DIRTY OBAMA REGIME LIE

Dealer's around the US were "merely sent letters" (by head office) they should close.

OBAMA: AMERICAN WAS ANGRY ABOUT IT - ABOUT THE BETRAYALS AND OUTSOURCING AND RESULT - AND STILL ARE ANGRY. AND THE PEOPLE INVOLVED AREN'T DEAD THEIR HOMES ARE STILL STANDING.

OBAMA THE CLOSED DODGE DEALERSHIP IS NOT PAST HISTORY.

Infact - I worked with someone from a shut down USA dealership. He ended up dead. That one can't be saved. Many asians dealerships popped up in the same place.

But others - are still alive and ANGRY - and are saying "Fuck Joe Biden".

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 34t434y4 ()
Date: December 23, 2021 02:32AM

34y3445454 Wrote:
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> Posted by: damien ()
> Date: August 31, 2020 03:28PM
>
> src=http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/file.p
> hp?2,file=426004,filename=Special_Place_In_Langley
> _VA.jpg width=200 height=100>
>
> that's not in mc'lean, another fake post. that's
> an extremely large employee complex - i don't
> think it's in mc'lean (ie not something you can
> see from most roads within borders of mc'lean).
> that building rivals size of any new 2021 building
> in tyson's btw. it immense.
>
> it could be the military complex for a fairly
> large nation - for it's size

i've checked what google says is mc'lean area. NOTHING THERE not even hidden in the trees. just as i thought.

it could only have been a military building on 123 (the road toward DC) but doesn't appear to be on 123 either. or perhaps near the river - it doesn't appear riverside or hidden riverside either.

infact - mc'lean is 99% homes 1% Mitre corp built in 1990's - i know a russian who worked there !

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 343hy344y ()
Date: December 23, 2021 02:47AM

file.php?2,file=425007,filename=Home_at_

I believe I used to drive by that place on certain college days / commuting. I said nice home nice land - i'd hope to buy a place like that somedayu. A friend of mine in the car told me, stodgily, he knew who lived there - it wasn't for sale.

I of course "recognize" allot of fairfax which I don't like giving note of - since most of it has been taken over by hostile democrats hispanics asians and ... I know allot of things they don't want people to generally know. ie, IP BAN me if they could even here on FFU. stalk me even. I'm sure the photo's guy, OP, knows more than I. goodness I hope he gives me free lessons! well...

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: simonley ()
Date: December 23, 2021 05:39AM

Ohhh thanks for the pics, love them too!But don't you think that a little bit of editing is needed here? Idk man, the quality of the photos could really use some update, lol. The most standard editing "package" would be edit the pic to 720p, add in some filter, remove background , touch up the background a bit to make it look more clear. Or at least what I heard from my brother who's a photographer. Yeah, he's a photographer but he edits pics too so I supposed he knew what he was talking about, lol



Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 12/26/2021 04:27PM by simonley.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: blanche ()
Date: December 23, 2021 07:26AM

Does anyone have a "before" picture of Chuck and Linda's house/mansion?

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Andy Ratlips ()
Date: December 23, 2021 07:49AM

Remember Christmas shopping at Landmark back in the day? It was often difficult to find a parking spot.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Will You Stop Acting Up ()
Date: December 23, 2021 06:42PM

That Landmark pic was before they put the flyway over pass in that took you over rt 236 into the parking area of Landmark , you had to be in the far left lane to get onto it heading right off Shirly Highway toward the east still do. They changed the road some about 30 years ago.

Many the day I spent at Landmark as a happy shopper buying Craftsman tools or looking at sporting goods at Sears getting candy or nuts from that kiosk in the middle of the entry floor which was Grand Central Station years back , and eating at S&W Cafeteria fríed whiting salad with 1000 island or broiled hamburger steak

Later on they added that racy lacy ladies bloomers place down below . Today it's a ghost town it went straight to hell when they added the parking garage , it goes down in history with another L center in Maryland that went down the drain Landover it too had a cafe ! A Marriott and a Wolworths , too many slip and falls in the parking lots too many shoplifters too many thugs robbin people just TOO MANY DEMOCRATS ACTING UP !

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Reelected ()
Date: December 23, 2021 09:24PM

https://www.reddit.com/r/RBI/comments/rkdl2x/arrest_warrant_out_for_stalker_but_hes_still_free/?sort=new

Arrest Warrant out for Stalker but he’s still free (Virginia)


I have a stalker since late 2018. I know his name, address, DOB, right down to his SSN (he posted it himself publicly online). I have a PPO that expires 04/xx/2023 that he’s violated numerous times. In September I swore out the first warrant for his arrest through the county in which he resides.

He is actively dodging police and has gone as far as parking in the grocery store parking lot behind his home and sneaking in and out of his house.

The police have tried to serve him and arrest him on numerous occasions but he never answers.

What can I legally do to help law enforcement get this creep? (I’m not sure if this is against the rules, so if it is please feel free to delete).

Edit: Please beware, the person in question is commenting below. Please ignore him.

Edit2: Someone confused me for my own stalker somehow and messaged me asking for “my” (his) side of the story. So, I’ll spell it out here, as I did for him:

To get a PPO you have to go to court and prove that your safety and well-being are at risk.

To swear out a warrant for a violation of the PPO you have to go before a magistrate and prove the PPO was violated.

I don’t know what to tell you if you think it’s normal for a stranger to harass you to the point of needing a PPO against them and then for them to perpetually violate it…

How would he have known about this post if he wasn’t monitoring my socials? Food for thought.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Can't do that any more ()
Date: December 23, 2021 09:39PM

Andy Ratlips Wrote:
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> Remember Christmas shopping at Landmark back in
> the day? It was often difficult to find a parking
> spot.

When my kids were in elementary school we would pick them up Monday when they closed early and head over to Landmark to do the picture with Santa thing. Do parents even do that anymore? Lines at Sprngfield and Tysons were too long.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Company Man 007 Ret ()
Date: December 24, 2021 12:26AM

Thats the CIA fool ,shit now I'll hang for letting that sly cat out of the old black bag

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: fairfax fred ()
Date: December 24, 2021 03:08PM

Evans to Alpine to construction Wrote:
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> Yes, I do believe it was the Alpine until
> recently.
>
> Apparently, Billy Kilmer and Sunny Jurgensen would
> occasionally do some late night sobering up there,
> as I seem to recall it playing a part in one of
> them having a vehicular run in/issue with the
> police at one time?
>
> Can anybody verify that second part?
>
> I am pretty sure about the first part, that is,
> them spending time there on occasion.
>
> Maybe not. Who knows.


The Evans coffee shop / Alpine restaurant before and during demolition.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: phelpsmarc ()
Date: December 27, 2021 07:29PM

They had good roast beef sandwhiches, similar to Arbies. There was one on RT 1 in the MV area. It became a Taco Bell in 1994 ish.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: fairfax fred ()
Date: December 31, 2021 04:37PM

Who remembers this place? I sure don't.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Bill.N. ()
Date: December 31, 2021 05:30PM

It was located where the later Loehman's Plaza shopping center is located. I don't remember when it was open but do remember before they built the shopping center. https://www.wellsandassociates.com/blog/transportation-history-a-former-northern-virginia-airfield-is-going-mixed-use/

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: r/novahistory ()
Date: January 08, 2022 09:18AM

pgeeu Wrote:
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> There is a subreddit called novahistory

More like, there is a subreddit with no content called novahistory.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 34t45y45 ()
Date: January 08, 2022 09:41AM

fairfax fred Wrote:
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> Evans to Alpine to construction Wrote:
> The Evans coffee shop / Alpine restaurant before
> and during demolition.

I've torn an concrete / oak beam structure down by hand ...

Old untreated oak 4x4 get very rancid and smelly if they are exposed to even a small draft with moisture (or set onto any concrete or cinder outdoor wall). They harbor the worst kind of mold/bacteria - perhaps make occupants sick. Oak beams that are always dry - do "ok". I wood not use them ever in building after my teardown - probably what caused the black plague in England.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 454uy45 ()
Date: January 08, 2022 09:43AM

Andy Ratlips Wrote:
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> Remember Christmas shopping at Landmark back in
> the day? It was often difficult to find a parking
> spot.

i remember doing Chrismas shopping there it served a larger area than it appeared

i also remember it being closed, then not closed, then finally closed

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: 56u567ij56 ()
Date: January 08, 2022 09:46AM

simonley Wrote:
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> Ohhh thanks for the pics, love them too!But don't
> you think that a little bit of editing is needed

i assume it's part of Fx. Co's land management photos they have such an office and a facility to protect them.

i would guess the collection isn't private. i have no idea but many are photos of great building and change. that interests me, why wouldn't it ? :)

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Who scrubs the ceiling ()
Date: January 08, 2022 10:44AM

34t45y45 Wrote:
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>
> Old untreated oak 4x4 get very rancid and smelly
> if they are exposed to even a small draft with
> moisture (or set onto any concrete or cinder
> outdoor wall). They harbor the worst kind of
> mold/bacteria - perhaps make occupants sick. Oak
> beams that are always dry - do "ok". I wood not
> use them ever in building after my teardown -
> probably what caused the black plague in England.

More likely the problem isn't the oak but rather substances that landed on the oak and just were never cleaned off. And please tell me you are joking about the black plague comment.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Mr. Know it All ()
Date: January 08, 2022 11:28AM

^^^^^^^^^^

Rats and fleas transported by ships spread the Plagues from Asia to Europe.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Rick J ()
Date: January 11, 2022 05:43PM

The photo of the Imperial Gardens which was located off Anderson Drive in Pimmit Shopping Center was centered between Safeway and a drug store

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: They Call Me Mister Tibbs ()
Date: January 12, 2022 07:50PM

Old Iron Wrote:
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> Fran Conia Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----

>
> Great photo Fran!
>
> The barn shaped building on the right is Vincent's
> Hardware. This site would later become Gulf gas
> station.
>
> The building in the middle is Vincent's Diner.
> This site would later become the location of
> Sambo's. Because of issues of the name it would
> become a Denny's.
>
> The large white square build to the left of
> Vincent's Diner is the Fairfax Theater the opened
> circa 1947/1948 and stopped showing movies around
> 1974. It be came the "Northern Virginia Rock
> Centre" 1975, and the a auction house around
> 1979.
>
> The theater sat vacant for a few years, except for
> a barber shop and another small business, until it
> was bought by the Ourisman Auto Group and turn
> into Ourisman Toyota.
>
> The building on the far left is the GM Training
> Center that closed just a few years ago.
>
> Thanks for a great photo.
>
> Happy Thanksgiving to all from Old Iron.

The building to the left of the movie theater, was the C&P Telephone building. The GM Training Center was further down, past the Sunoco Station at University Drive. Also, I saw the movie Eat My Dust, starring Ron Howard there in 1977, when it came out. I remember they didn't play movies very frequently and it was pretty rundown by then. One of the little shops in the front of the theater building, was Camper's Trohpies.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: They Call Me Mister Tibbs ()
Date: January 12, 2022 07:50PM

Old Iron Wrote:
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> Fran Conia Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----

>
> Great photo Fran!
>
> The barn shaped building on the right is Vincent's
> Hardware. This site would later become Gulf gas
> station.
>
> The building in the middle is Vincent's Diner.
> This site would later become the location of
> Sambo's. Because of issues of the name it would
> become a Denny's.
>
> The large white square build to the left of
> Vincent's Diner is the Fairfax Theater the opened
> circa 1947/1948 and stopped showing movies around
> 1974. It be came the "Northern Virginia Rock
> Centre" 1975, and the a auction house around
> 1979.
>
> The theater sat vacant for a few years, except for
> a barber shop and another small business, until it
> was bought by the Ourisman Auto Group and turn
> into Ourisman Toyota.
>
> The building on the far left is the GM Training
> Center that closed just a few years ago.
>
> Thanks for a great photo.
>
> Happy Thanksgiving to all from Old Iron.

The building to the left of the movie theater, was the C&P Telephone building. The GM Training Center was further down, past the Sunoco Station at University Drive. Also, I saw the movie Eat My Dust, starring Ron Howard there in 1977, when it came out. I remember they didn't play movies very frequently and it was pretty rundown by then. One of the little shops in the front of the theater building, was Camper's Trohpies.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: They Call Me Mister Tibbs ()
Date: January 12, 2022 07:50PM

Old Iron Wrote:
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> Fran Conia Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----

>
> Great photo Fran!
>
> The barn shaped building on the right is Vincent's
> Hardware. This site would later become Gulf gas
> station.
>
> The building in the middle is Vincent's Diner.
> This site would later become the location of
> Sambo's. Because of issues of the name it would
> become a Denny's.
>
> The large white square build to the left of
> Vincent's Diner is the Fairfax Theater the opened
> circa 1947/1948 and stopped showing movies around
> 1974. It be came the "Northern Virginia Rock
> Centre" 1975, and the a auction house around
> 1979.
>
> The theater sat vacant for a few years, except for
> a barber shop and another small business, until it
> was bought by the Ourisman Auto Group and turn
> into Ourisman Toyota.
>
> The building on the far left is the GM Training
> Center that closed just a few years ago.
>
> Thanks for a great photo.
>
> Happy Thanksgiving to all from Old Iron.

The building to the left of the movie theater, was the C&P Telephone building. The GM Training Center was further down, past the Sunoco Station at University Drive. Also, I saw the movie Eat My Dust, starring Ron Howard there in 1977, when it came out. I remember they didn't play movies very frequently and it was pretty rundown by then. One of the little shops in the front of the theater building, was Camper's Trohpies.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Class of '71 ()
Date: January 13, 2022 06:22PM

Old Iron Wrote:
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> Andy Ratlips Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Andy Ratlips Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > 14th street bridge. Not sure if if the
> chopper
> > is
> > > heading into DC or into Virginia. April 1973.
>
> Flying into Virginia. See the Pentagon to the far
> right, and the Masonic Temple in the far
> foreground.
>
> Remember January 13, 1982 ?


Hard to believe it has been 40 years since that crash

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Slick E Mo Dee ()
Date: January 13, 2022 06:43PM

I worked at Fair Oaks Dodge as a car porter in high school in 1982. Those K-cars were K-rap lol. This dealer sold a ton of Dodge conversion vans. I remember them being around 28-33 thousand dollars back then. I had to wash my bosses car alot. He was a dick. He did have a mobile phone in his car, which was cool.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Andy Ratlips ()
Date: January 15, 2022 08:53AM

Belle View shopping center, Alexandria Virginia. Date unknown.
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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Fran Conia ()
Date: January 17, 2022 12:05PM

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Hardy har har ()
Date: January 18, 2022 12:40PM

34t45y45 Wrote:
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> fairfax fred Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Evans to Alpine to construction Wrote:
> > The Evans coffee shop / Alpine restaurant
> before
> > and during demolition.
>
> I've torn an concrete / oak beam structure down by
> hand ...
>
> Old untreated oak 4x4 get very rancid and smelly
> if they are exposed to even a small draft with
> moisture (or set onto any concrete or cinder
> outdoor wall). They harbor the worst kind of
> mold/bacteria - perhaps make occupants sick. Oak
> beams that are always dry - do "ok". I wood not
> use them ever in building after my teardown -
> probably what caused the black plague in England.

I tore down an untreated oak log cabin by myself and had no problems with recycling the tongue and groove floors and ceilings nor the logs, no nasty smell at all. The homeowner broke even on price with me doing it by hand vs equipment and I made out like a bandit on selling the recycled lumber that sells for a premium. Slight moisture doesn't affect the wood if there is air circulation around it, it dries back out but it might get discolored which usually acceptable if your going to stain it or run it through a planer. Even if it gets moldy you might want to check the depth of the mold with a drill bit, if you can plane off the mold then your good. You just want to wear a respirator because at the least the mold spores will give you a nasty cold and if your immune system is compromised you could have worse problems.

And the Black plague was caused by fleas that traveled on rats in the trash infested cities.

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Re: Old pictures of Fairfax county, love em!
Posted by: Bob Villa ()
Date: January 18, 2022 03:30PM

Hardy har har Wrote:
>
> I tore down an untreated oak log cabin by myself
> and had no problems with recycling the tongue and
> groove floors and ceilings nor the logs, no nasty
> smell at all. The homeowner broke even on price
> with me doing it by hand vs equipment and I made
> out like a bandit on selling the recycled lumber
> that sells for a premium. Slight moisture doesn't
> affect the wood if there is air circulation around
> it, it dries back out but it might get discolored
> which usually acceptable if your going to stain it
> or run it through a planer. Even if it gets moldy
> you might want to check the depth of the mold with
> a drill bit, if you can plane off the mold then
> your good. You just want to wear a respirator
> because at the least the mold spores will give you
> a nasty cold and if your immune system is
> compromised you could have worse problems.

You sound like a fucking expert or something......

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