Containing Multitudes Since 2004
Honor House Products in Lynbrook was located at the back-end of the building which housed Col-Pal Press, my employer (and printer of my fanzine, Magick Theatre) during most of the 80s. Col-Pal was named after co-owners Colonna and Palumbo. By the time Col-Pal hired me, Honor House had ceased operation, though there were still cartons of their garbage stacked high in the farthest corners of the warehouse, and I found boxes of printer's negatives of their ads directly across from my work area. When I stumbled across that little treasure trove, I stayed late one night and checked out each and every one.Everything was eventually trashed when the original owners retired. They sold the building to a corporate hustler named Ira Kirschenbaum, who brought in his own staff, informed me to my face that I was "obsolete" and made my life hell until I quit. He didn't want to lay me off, for then I'd be eligible for unemployment benefits. With any luck, my prayers have since been answered and the bastard died a slow death from AIDS or cancer or both. With my luck, though, he's probably still spinning his webs and making others miserable as we speak.Too bad, because the original owners were a decent group of people who'd do anything to keep their staff happy.Ira's Col-Pal eventually relocated to the lower-taxed town of Oceanside, while the abandoned Lynbrook building is probably still vacant.
Oooo. Color AND Black and White!
Hate to break it to you Flickhead, but it looks like he's still kicking.
When I was a kid, my dad's first office was in Lynbrook, near Flickhead's warehouse.
"Honor" House, my ass. I want my $6.98+75 cents back.
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