Sunday, October 26, 2008

Flint Postcards: Harvest House Cafeteria at Genesee Valley Shopping Center

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  1. I'd eat there after working Sears. at least until Dancing Dan in the Pooh suit got us fired. HEY GY! any stuff of Yours break today in the shakes? Hope not. Downside of living in San Fran, and most all the coast, ain't it?

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  2. I didn't even know there was an earthquake. There's a reason San Francisco's unofficial city motto is..."San Francisco: 49 square miles surrounded on all sides by reality."

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  3. I thought that joke was 7 miles and about Ann Arbor? My parents say I haven't recovered from having lived in A squared. :p

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  4. reports here said 5.1, and it was north of Y'All. Glad it was, too. Got an old Friend over in Berkley...She's from Birmingham, but I don't hold it against Her.

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  5. Hey, it works for Ann Arbor and SF. Probabaly Berkeley, too. Although I've heard that A Squared has gotten more bedroom community-ish over the years, but I'm still bitter about Drake's closing.

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