here you'll find everything you'll ever need to know about penfield, new york, its people and habits, and all of that kind of stuff with plenty of left wing kind of thought, a brilliant podcast from radio free exile, amazing videos from radio free exile televised, interspersed with great stuff to buy, from indie music to crazy bumper stickers...
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using radio free exile and radio free exile televised, I bring you the perspective of a self-imposed exile, whatever that brings to the table, if you know what I mean. someone has to chronicle the goings on in penfield, new york, and I've appointed myself. 
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more vintage ephemera from exileguy's attic...

Vintage 8 1/2" wide used Coca Cola check from the Opelike Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Opelika, Alabama. This is a very uncommon Coke check. Dated 5/23/66 - pristine condition

Vintage circa 1930s 3 7/8" wide gilded Krasdale grape juice bottle label. This is nice and would look good on a one pint bottle. Marked "A. Krasne New York". Unused in excellent condition.
Vintage 3 3/8" tall New England Vermont Syrup label that went on a 1 quart tin. This is circa 1910s and have a really pretty image of a New England farmhouse with cows and a horse drawn wagon. It is marked "New England Maple Syrup Co. Boston, Mass.", and is very uncommon.
Bill is in crisp excellent condition. 4 3/4" wide
Vintage 1 7/8" tall poster stamp. These are circa 1940 and say "Charity Football Stadium Nov. 25". These advertised charity football games that were in Cleveland, Ohio and are ungummed (none in the series were gummed).  Poster (also called Cinderella) stamps were issued as advertising, but not for postal purposes. Most of them, like these, are larger than regular stamps. They are widely collected. These are in excellent unused condition and are uncommon.