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Boringside Heights: Valentines Edition

It’s that season again, when savvy organizations try to use your warm and fuzzy emotions to rake in some cold hard cash. There’s a strong showing this year– but who does it best?


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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Wow, what an insightful post. This is almost as good as “The Wicker Man.”

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Usually the boringside articles are, well… rather boring. This one, however, was actually useful. I now know where to not buy flowers ($60 for a dozen roses?!!?…) and where to get an organic carrot cleans after I get an upset stomach due to excessive Russel Stoever chocolate. Thanks Bwog

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