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August 09, 2008

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alan shimel

Mitchell - it was the Breach party not Core that we left from. Core was the next night ;-). But it was fun!

Mitchell Ashley

Corrected. Thx for catching that, Alan.

Marisa

HamsterTwitty! That is one lucky hamster...

Sam Van Ryder

I LOVE that cigar bar. I was in there a couple weeks ago with my brother drinking pisco sours while the wives shopped :-)

Karl

Who doesn't love cigar bars. I am going to post some cigar bars on the social networking site http://www.rankmybar.com

Karl

Who doesn't love cigar bars. I am going to post some cigar bars on the social networking site http://www.rankmybar.com

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