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Whoa, the Lancaster Pride organization is really showing its stuff this year. The party is next weekend. I hope to be there.

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I'm sure our Camino knows all about Hoagiefest, which is being held at his most favourite place in the world... WAWA! (Regional convenience store chain that Camino loves.) :AH-HA: Also I'd like to introduce a bill to congress to ban all billboard advertising for Lexus dealers. These new digital billboards are cool though.

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Hey- we love WAWA over here on the east side of the Delaware, too! I'm in there at least 4 days out of 7 and I don't drink coffee. Lately been groovin on their chicken strip shorti's- simple but tasty.

I would think the digital, changing billboards will prove to be distracting to many drivers...

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I don't care that the billboards change per say.... it's that they're so god damn bright that it causes a glare at nighttime if they are too low and close to the road. There is one near me on the Lincoln Highway that is so bright and just above the level of a stop light, that I can't actually see the traffic signals closest to me as I approach. I have to look to the other side of the road to tell if I can go or stop.

Now, I drive this road regularly, so I know to look over there, but there is no warning that this intersection is coming. It's behind a curve at the bottom of a long hill.

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