by The Jamestown Sun
March 11, 2011 at 12:09 am in The Jamestown Sun
Private vendors may be able to sell their goods at the Civic Center as city officials are pondering what to do with those contracts for a March 22 committee meeting.
Tags: civic center, local news 5 Comments »
I don’t know if the government can make better mini doughnuts. Doubtfully. The Civic Center should be a place where the community comes together, not a profit mongering facility that’s aging in both looks and practice.
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MW, this isn’t a matter of the government making mini-donuts, the business broke because its product is unhealthy. They’re unhealthy, and people are catching on. Wouldn’t you like to have the option of some cauliflower and hidden valley ranch? I’m thinking about starting up my own concessions stand.
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So that’s why they took my mini donuts away! They kicked him out to raise the prices more! He had a good business and they just want to hoard more for the CITY! TOO MUCH BIG GOVERNMENT!
I licked the cinnamon off my wife’s fingers at every Jimmies game! No what am I supposed to do!?
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Why does this keep coming up? I told you people, that donut stand going out of business was the best thing that happened for our communities’ heart health since Lipitor! Laqua’s a good guy, and he can build one heck of a deck too, but those things are killers. We need to take further measures to sell healthy food options at convenience stands. What about carrot sticks or even popcorn with low fat butter? Doughnuts: silent killers.
Yeah, yeah, her fingers…right…good for you.
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