You might as well just say "San Francisco: Phase Two!" lol I remember looking on the tag on your Humboldt Made shirts and it said that it was made in Nicaragua. Just thought that was funny. There's more to saying shop local than actually talking about it you know.
It's truely sad that they closed. Best ice cream in Humboldt hands down. Some amazing people worked there. Well at least you guys have your first gelato shop there and you'll get to find out what it is. It's quite funny how most of Humboldt has no idea what gelato and paninis are. What can you expect in a cultureless hell hole like Humboldt. The rest of the world has had them for hundreds of years and now you guys are like "This is the best thing ON THE PLANET!" Try getting out of Humboldt guys. See the world. I'm so glad that I have moved out of the state and have an amazing paying job.
It's really kind of funny seeing locals get all excited over something as simple as a Wal Mart. I was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. I grew up with big boxes. OMG WALMART! So cool! I know there's nothing to do in Humboldt but maybe you small town yokels will get excited over a 7-11 opening next.
What's a good way to get you small town hicks' panties in a wad? Just say the name Arkley.
I was walking around a couple days ago and they took a picture of me walking. Damnit. Now I'm associated with this place forever. THere was an article on the androidcentral.com about the street view army. I can't remember the exact number, but it was somewhere in the 10s of thousands. It's not just limited to cars either. Boats, bicycles, and skis.
Oh these Humboldt County pot heads are hilarious. I love how their audacity and stupidity has made Humboldt famous all around the country. I once talked to a guy in New York who said we have the best pot in the world.
I love how local environmentalists use everything in their suing power to stop the Wal-Mart. Face it, it's the real issue here.
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vol XXV issue 27
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