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Thursday, August 12, 2010

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shaun

Brad- top notch thinking man! Finally someone has mentioned the history of what it means to be a social network. The heritage of the Hot Shoppes and modern day power of Facebook creates a perfect marriage that continues to promote the joy of establishing meaningful human connections.

Randy

Wow! That just put me in my own personal "way-back macine." When I was a kid, my Mom and I lived in an aparment in Temple Hills, MD, and it was part of our weekend routine to "go downtown" into DC for Sunday walks along the Mall. I always loved going to Hot Shoppes for lunch. Eating out was a rare treat as Mom was on a very tight budget, so it was something that made those Sundays very special.

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