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01/04/2012

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This is an interesting undertaking and I wish these gentlemen well. I just found this blog and it sure takes me back in time. I remember Georgetown in the early 1980"s when it was rolling (frequently shopped at Britches of Georgetowne-remember them Carol?). I spent a week in Nathan's one night as well-ha ha. Anyway, G'town seems to go through booms and busts,and now seems on the downswing once again. I went to school there and miss it,but not a lot to be truthful. Too many people judge you by who you knew or who you blew. My 2 cents. Thanks

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