And That’s Two Questions Answered

So I’ve been wondering about two things lately. When is Fresh on Hamilton opening? And what in God’s name is the Downtown Plaza good for (aside from having a place to go when you need to feel vaguely depressed in public)?


Okay then.

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Author: Aidan Morgan

Aidan is a very serious man who's saving up for a nice dignified pipe. Then we'll see who's laughing.

2 thoughts on “And That’s Two Questions Answered”

  1. It’s quickly turning into the No-Fun Zone. Take back the plaza – JAZZ HANDS! 100,000 strong. Plazza Hands: Be There. (This idea is fully stealable for anyone with the wherewithal to accomplish it, be it 50,000 person (+/- a few hands) Jazz demo or 50,000 fingerpaints.

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