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Whew. That wasn't the first time I had seen the 7 PM closing bouncing around, and store hours like that are basically useless outside of weekends, when I have the time to trek over to a larger store. The corner stores around my former home on the Hill were open until between 9 and 10 PM, and that was perfect when you've worked a long day and just want a frozen pizza (or a pint of Ben & Jerry's...depends on just how bad the day was) and some sleep.

by Ms. D on Dec 26, 2012 6:08 pm • linkreport

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