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1020 Will Not Be Celebrating 10/20

Sorry buddy, no party here.

Always striving for topicality and curious as to whether 1020 would be offering a little something special on the date with which they share their name, we conducted the following, very brief interview:

1020: Hello, 1020, how may I help you?
Bwog: Hi, I was wondering if you’re doing anything special beause it—
1020: No.
Bwog: You’re not?
1020: No, we’re not.
Bwog: But this only happens once a year…
1020: We’re having happy hour from 4 to 7.

Sorry folks. Enjoy happy hour.

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  • ... says:

    @... who answers the phone at a bar with “how may i help you?”?

  • Dammit says:

    @Dammit Well at least it’s the half-birthday of 4/20.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous he he he he

  • Grumpy pants says:

    @Grumpy pants >:(

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