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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    I'm hearing ya Carolwood, but I am from Chicago and my recollection of grits, goes back to highway vacation driving and stopping for eats at Howard Johnsons and Days Inn enroute from Chi town to Disney.. when I was a tiny tot before I knew of bell bottoms and have funny pictures of myself in halter tops and my first memory of sandals...

    IMO, an old baseball players name would mean more than food. Only so many remember ball players, games, positions... games.... Kind of in a Brooklyn Dodgers kind of way...
    I like grits. the only place to get them in Denver is Waffle House
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamweaver View Post
    Did you get your medical records from the Dr Phil show?
    If so, was there anything different about when you were found that you did not know?
    Dr. Phil gave us all the Medical records- there was nothing that I had already been told

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolwood View Post
    I was wondering if Ben has the small pox vaccination scar on the arm? Mine is on the left arm and still very visiable. Some people did not scar from this, some people have very faint scars, and most people did scar, wondering about Ben.
    The US was among the first in the world to start the vaccinations in 1950 and ended in 1979, except for certain Military. Thanks!
    No Smallpox scars

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamweaver View Post
    Soda, pop or coke?
    Koolaid popsicles?
    Movie candy: Flicks or Dots?
    Breakfast: eggs, biscuits and gravy& bacon
    or Kellog's cornflakes?
    Ben Franklin store popcorn or candy?
    Grilled cheese sandwich or toasted cheese sandwich?
    Fried doughnuts or crullers?
    Sunday dinner or lunch?
    Sunday dinner: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans and chocolate cake
    or
    Roast beef, potatoes, onions and carrots in with the roast beef, salad,
    beets and apple pie?
    Supper or dinner?
    Tomatoes with salt or tomatoes with sugar?
    Fresh asparagus in the orchard or store bought asparagus?
    Vanilla milkshake or vanilla malt?
    Fresh lemon coke or vanilla coke or cherry coke?
    Artic Circle hamburgers or A & W hamburgers?
    Pancakes or hot cakes?
    Karo syrup or maple syrup?
    Soda
    Grilled Cheese
    It is just "doughnuts"
    I do not remember Sunday dinner
    It is supper
    Why would anyone ever put sugar on Tomatoes?
    Out of a can
    It is a milkshake- unless you are from Rhode Island where it is a "Cabinet"
    Vanilla Coke
    A&W - there is(was) a Arctic Circle in Lakewood on Simms a few blocks north of Colfax
    Pancakes
    Neither- I do not like syrup on pancakes

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    Hello, Benjaman~ Great to see you on WS!

    I know you are tired of endless questions. Thanks for taking the time to answer them here.

    There was a question about the surgical pin having numbers before. Was this ever addressed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    Copied from the general discussion thread.

    Does Mr. Kyle have any memories of smaller cities or towns? By smaller, I mean anything not as large as Denver or Indianapolis.... maybe the "Clarksville's" of the world?

    He mentioned basketball games in Denver, does he have any memories that can tie a specific event to a specific time/location. I'm thinking along the lines of Michael Jordan playing with the flu and scoring X points.... or maybe an opening day event for the Rockies.... or some promotional give away at a sporting event.

    Does he have any memories of the names of childhood friends? Classmates from HS? Maybe a bully who picked on him-or someone he bullied? A favorite teacher-or a teacher he couldn't stand? A childhood crush? A school team name and/or mascot? A DJ he used to listen to on the radio. The call letters of his favorite radio station?

    There maybe something small, that he feels is insignificant but very researchable to narrow an area and a time and expand from there
    I do not care fot sports if I had to watch the games my preference would be, in order Baseball, Basketball,Football,NASCAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamweaver View Post
    Do you remember if you went to college?
    If you do, was it in Indiana?
    Or Colorado?

    Do you remember your high school graduation?
    If so, do you remember the color cap and gown
    you wore?

    Do you remember your first job?
    no and no

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolwood View Post
    In different parts of this beautiful country we live in, we eat different foods. What foods does Benjamam prefer to eat?
    Rice or Potatoes
    tomato gravy or white gravy or brown gravy
    Steak or seafood
    grits or hash browns or biscuits with or without gravy
    The reason I am asking this, my husband is from Ms. and I, from La.
    My preferred foods: steak and brown gravy on rice
    My hubby preferred food: steak and potato with butter
    southern people love grits, up north alot of places don't have it and probably don't know what it is.
    My husband would prefer to eat tomato gravy with his biscuits
    I would prefer bacon with the biscuit, and white sausage gravy.
    My hubby is not big on seafood. Well I'm a cajun, I am sure you know what I like.
    How would he spell the word crawfish? crayfish?
    Prefer salmon, trout or catfish, bass, tilapia, tuna?
    Likes lobster? or shrimp?
    I grew up on rabbit, seafood, beef and pork.
    My husband, deer, turkey, beef and pork.
    Some people I know from up north, eat lots of deer and elk.
    What are your food eating habits. Does Ben like homemade soups and if so, what would he like in these soups?
    Gumbo, no tomatoes in mine, but friends I know from Ca. like tomatoes in there gumbo.
    He may not even know what Gumbo is, but if he does what would he like in it?
    Something to think about. Maybe Ben can give us some feed back, may help to weed down even further, the states.

    Both
    Never heard of tomato gravy
    Steak
    All Three
    I do not like meat in my biscuits-biscuits are for butter and jelly(Jam)
    Crawfish
    Salmon,and Shrimp
    Roast Turkey
    Tomatoes, Shrimp,File, Brown rice

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    Quote Originally Posted by RhythmicSun View Post
    I think it would be helpful to know what cravings or addictions Benjaman has (i.e., coffee, Pepsi, peanut butter, certain brands of fast food, etc.)
    Coffee & Oatmeal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roselvr View Post
    Coffee or Tea?
    What does he like for breakfast?
    Does he eat lunch?

    On the east coast we have a product called Entenmann's - has he ever had one? for some reason my image isn't hotlinking, I have the photo here Entenmann's raspberry danish twist

    We also have Taylor Ham aka pork roll, people fry this up and throw it on a hard roll with cheese, some times an egg.
    Coffee-Tea is only good with ice.

    Oatmeal and eggs for breakfast
    Entenmann's started out in San Francisco when they expanded nationwide a lot of route drivers made a lot of money because it was such a big hit. Baked goods(Sweets) is the best way to ingest surgar. Entenmann's is good!!!!

    I never heard of Taylor Ham,but I have heard of pork roll-never ate just read of it somewhere
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    Thanks Benjaman for coming onto WS site and answering these questions. I really appreciate it and I would guess, other posters do as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roselvr View Post
    What shampoo does he like? Does he feel he can't find his favorite brand?

    How about tooth paste? Soap?


    Then my other questions:
    Does he remember Princess Diana? Her wedding and funeral service were all over.

    How about someone like Andrew Dice Clay? ADC was just on celebrity apprentice - he can watch the episode here

    Music
    Then you have my favorite singer (well band) Blondie - does he remember her music?
    Joan Jett?
    the band Kiss / Gene Simmons

    Does he smoke?
    Like to read the paper in the morning?
    Soap -Cheapest
    Shampoo-Cheapest
    Princees Di- who does not remember her
    ADC-he is a Jerk
    I like a lot of music 40's,50's,60's,country(Old),pop
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    Quote Originally Posted by little726 View Post
    I'd like to know if Mr.Benjaman has any memories of being around horses?
    I do not think that I have ever been on a horse

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    Thank you Mr. Kyle for answering so many of our questions. Some of them had me smiling and laughing.

    I'm gonna guess if you recall people talking about Dick Biondi's 'knock knock' joke, you must have been within the listening area of WLS am 890 at the time the joke was told on air. I guess I have some homework to do- and see if I can find out the date that joke was told on air, and how far the station broadcast during Biondi's show. that would give us a possible time and limit of area's you were in at the time.


    I know AM radio broadcasts pretty far during the evening, and quite possibly covered a several state area.......

    As for grits, I know they are sold in grocery stores in the Chicago area, so I imagine they aren't too hard to purchase.

    ETA: WLS AM 890 could have been heard, hundreds if not a thousand miles away in the evenings, so it is unlikely this would specify an area.
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    Mr. Kyle,

    Do your memories of Burger Chef include both Indiana and Colorado? Or just Indiana?

    My theory is, if your first job was at Burger Chef- that would explain your memories of the head quarters, as all training was done at the HQ, (if I read correctly.) If you recall any Burger Chef in Colorado it is possible you may have transfered there upon your move to Colorado.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    Mr. Kyle,

    Do your memories of Burger Chef include both Indiana and Colorado? Or just Indiana?

    My theory is, if your first job was at Burger Chef- that would explain your memories of the head quarters, as all training was done at the HQ, (if I read correctly.) If you recall any Burger Chef in Colorado it is possible you may have transfered there upon your move to Colorado.
    And to follow up on these, do you remember anything about the Burger Chef Murders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    Mr. Kyle,

    Do your memories of Burger Chef include both Indiana and Colorado? Or just Indiana?

    My theory is, if your first job was at Burger Chef- that would explain your memories of the head quarters, as all training was done at the HQ, (if I read correctly.) If you recall any Burger Chef in Colorado it is possible you may have transfered there upon your move to Colorado.
    I remember several BC's in Colorado. Longmont, Aurora near 6th ave. their empty buildings were all over Colorado.
    I have vague memories of them-I looked them up on the Internet recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriouslySearching View Post
    Hello, Benjaman~ Great to see you on WS!

    I know you are tired of endless questions. Thanks for taking the time to answer them here.

    There was a question about the surgical pin having numbers before. Was this ever addressed?
    It was addressed. X-rays did not show any. If there are any they would have to remove the screw to examine it-I will not allow that to happen.

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    Do you remember Divco-Wayne or Wayne Corporation, in Richmond, Indiana? And what they made?

    Do you know the national park system and walking trails in Indiana?

    Is there a special brand of Coffee and/or oatmeal you prefer?

    For myself, I don't think you ever lived in or around Toledo, Ohio(at least for a long period of time). My experiences there for 2 years, I never found a place that had grits only hashbrowns. Waffle house in Harrison, Oh (on the Indiana/Ohio line) served grits, I ate there often, because of the grits. In Chicago area, Napersville and Romesville?, I ate at the Waffle Houses, but can't remember if there were grits.

    NB, Ben thank you for answering these questions.
    PS, Louisiana had many Burger Chef's.

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    Mr Kyle, is it possible your work could have been in a hospital cafeteria or school rather than a restaurant that customers came into? No one had touched upon that so thought it might joggle your memory if you had indeed worked in one of those facalities.

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    Wink

    Hello Mr. Kyle -
    I hope you check back with WB -
    You had said in an interview you thought you had 3 brothers - was there a certain game you remember playing with them, like cards, outdoor stuff, etc..
    or maybe the way they talked/things they may have said, or just fleeting images of brothers?

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    Benjaman:
    Does Wichita, KS area have any memories at all for you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benjaman View Post
    I never heard of Centennial un til I saw it on a map Post 2004
    Arvada -Denver suburb
    Vail -Ski town ,rich-I do not ski.
    Empire Colorado is sometimes known as the Empire State
    Breckenridge or Silverthorne?-Ski towns I do not ski!
    Welcome Benjaman!

    Arvada has grown a lot since the 80's. We transplanted to CO and I'm not familiar with all the areas, just trying to think of what I saw along the way. We'd pass through Empire to head toward Denver for shopping.

    I wish I could think of more, being stuck up in the mountains didn't help me learn too much about the Denver area. I would like to wish you the best on your search and thank you for answering all the questions here.


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    Need Clarification please

    Mr. Kyle,

    Is your knowledge of the restaurant industry solely food service equipment, or does it also include food itself. For example one would order their food supplies for a restaurant from such and such a place, say Steak from X company, Seafood from X company....

    When I complete my email for Bob- with R3 Distribution, I would like to give him as accurate information regarding your restaurant knowledge as possible in order to focus on getting your info to those specific to that area of the industry.

    Thanks a million! And some of your replies crack me up! You seem to have a great sense of humor.


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    Wiki Update- memory of House on the Rock- Spring Green, WI

    Mr. Kyle,

    Do you happen to recall the driving time your parents may have driven during childhood family vacations?

    I can't get it out of my head, that you may have moved from the Indianapolis area to the NW Indiana area. Particularly due to the memory of your possible birth date being exactly 10 years to the day of Michael Jackson. You seem a little older than the age range I would have expected to be big Jackson 5 fans during the mid 60's to early 70's.... Unless it stood out, because you were living closer to the NW area of IN during their prime.

    Now, this House on the Rock, is closer to the Madison area, and also Wisconsin Dells - which had (has) the Tommy Bartlett Water show. It seems like a longer drive than one might make from Indianapolis, as opposed to the NW IN, or NE IL area's.

    On another note, while I being from the Chicago area had never heard of Burger Chef until you mentioned it, I did research locations and there were some in the far south - south west burbs of Chicago - (closer to the indiana/IL border).

    Any thoughts on having spent time in the NW IN area or any recollection of how long your parents drove for vacations? were they 2-3 hour trips or a trip which might have taken 7 plus hours?

    Thanks!
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