Only in Kokomo

This just could not be passed up. I have gone by this little “Mom and Pop” restaurant hundreds of times. Every time I smile. I know from where the neon sign came. There used to be a craftsman in Kokomo near the restaurant that from a small, very old shop created neon signs. I don’t believe he his still there, but Kokomo is blessed with his work.


I have never stopped for a “sandwitch“. Always have wondered what would be served to me. Honestly, Kokomo is full of such miracles and this is one.


About Kent Blacklidge Ph.D.

As one of a newspaper family who owned a 34,000 daily newspaper in the heart of the Midwest for 85 years, I have a deep belief in a strong “Fourth Estate”, the press. Without a diligent, truthful, and assertive free press, the power would be taken from the people. People have the absolute right to know. After earning a degree in Industrial Management from the Krannert School of Management at Purdue, I spent over 20 years in newspaper management with several as publisher. I also hold three graduate science degrees including a Ph.D.. I have a passionate interest in science, the environment, government, and politics. I have very little tolerance for ignorance and stupidity.
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