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Happy V day!


Valentines Day - OT?  Well yes, but it often does have something to do with flowers.  The following, however, does not:

Our local paper has a Cheers and Jeers section. The editors usually use
it to cheer/jeer a legislator, a university, a company for something
they've done. I liked this one today:


"CHEERS to 8 Indianapolis White Castle restaurants for providing a
creative and different way for their loyal customers to celebrate St.
Valentine's Day. Couples craving sliders can make a dinner reservation
at White Castle for Monday, Feb 14. Customers will be greeted at the
castle door by a host and escorted to a candle-lit table. JEERS, though,
to any guy who thinks the White Castle dinner alone is going to be
enough."


--
Kitty 
neIN, Zone5

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