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Otis, not my man!

I was walking up New Hamsphire crossing over to Otis Street, when I saw a beautiful orange and green sign with a big 7 in the middle of it. There are those out there who for some reason share a love of 7 Eleven stores. The coffee, the convenience they are beautiful in their own right. So at this point I was quite giddy, strolling across Otis when I get a better look. Damn, it is a fake 7 Eleven, 7 Days or some crap like that. I love the mom and pop stores, but to toy with us like that is criminal. Next I’ll encounter a Dinking Donuts and really freak out.

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