Pool Hall: (n.) PEWL HAWL First appeared: Brooklyn, NY Circa 1850
- An enclave of Manliness where sluts, whores, juvenile delinquents, bad boys and aging malcontents congregate to play pool and/or billiards, gamble, smoke cigarettes, take/sell drugs and engage in various and sundry criminal activities.
- Where all the T-R-O-U-B-L-E in River City, Iowa began.
- Where nice girls like Miss Marian, the Librarian don't ever go.
The Dangers of Pool HallsEdit
The dangers to our youths are chronicled in the 1962 biography of Professor Harold "The Music Man" Hill.
Pool Halls And Popular CultureEdit
Dozens of documentaries have been filmed about the American icon that is the Pool Hall. The real life exploits of "Fast Eddie" Felson and "Minnesota Fats" are chronicled in 1961's "The Hustler," Fats returned in 1971 with "The Player" and Felson in 1986 with "The Color of Money." In which Felson tries to lead his young raging heterosexual protege Miss Vincent away from $cientology with Real American pursuits like booze, whores and gambling.
Other laudable tales of Pool Hall truthiness are to be found in "Pool Hall Junkies," "The Music Man"
and "Shooting Gallery"
Pool Hall SnapshotsEdit
- River City, Iowa
- Drive-In Movie
- U.S. Congress
- Oval Office
- Drug-Fueled Sex Crime
- Slutty Flight Attendant