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August 23, 2005

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There is a group that proposed this same idea as an event for the Pet Parade! Unfortunately, the entire Pet Parade, including the street fair, is only two hours. But it is a fun idea. The other idea was to sell whipped cream pie plates to toss at city officials!

james

The firefighters did it at Art Jazz on the Avenue a couple of years ago and it was a big seller. Politicians would be even better!

Jim

Mr. Postel is right with his comment about being "gracious"!

The BDT (Burlingame Dunk Tank) could be all inclusive with our politicians, Burlingame Voice bloggers, CBB-ers, DBID-ers and anti DBID-ers. It could be quite a fundraiser!

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