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Sidewalk vendor. Union Square. Sunday afternoon, May 1, 2011.
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This is a unit of absolute win.
If you should ever happen to be out in Astoria, OR (which is worth it, a miniature San Francisco crossed with a picturesque Northwest fishing town, and the house from The Goonies is a tasteful tourist attraction, complete with Goonies coins) they have a truly first-class comic shop on the ground floor of a little straight-from-Gotham 1920s office block. Reminds me of their contents.
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