Chicago mayor targets city’s vending machines

By | December 31, 2012

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3 thoughts on “Chicago mayor targets city’s vending machines

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  2. jimbo999

    Don’t be so tough on the Ballet Dancer Mayor Rahm. You’ll make him cry. He just wants everyone in Chicago to be a 90 pound wuss like him.
    Weighing more than that makes it so difficult to twirl on your toes, and the tights look so bad.

  3. OutdoorFrontiers

    Dang, I really am glad that when I decided to move, I continued on through Illinois and settled in Tennessee. I can buy what I want, when I want it!

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