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December 27, 2020

INEVITABLY

Gingerbread monolith appears on Christmas in San Francisco

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Doug Ogg)

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They're gonna need a lot more milk.

Key Quote from key city official: “Looks like a great spot to get baked,” city parks department manager Phil Ginsberg.

It must be a hoax. There isn't a homeless person relieving themselves on it. (Yet)

The Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man is due on New Years

https://youtu.be/bVHyw93gh8w

Sure to follow... The Leaning Tower of Pizza.

There's probably one orbiting Jupiter. Let's go see and make an endless movie about it.

I would never trust anything about a gingerbread monolith or a gingerbread house. I remember being warned about the dangers of gingerbread when I was quite young and I was told about two innocent little kids named Hansel and Gretel barely escaping from a gingerbread house with their lives.

"My god...it's full of ginger!"

"Hal, you need to awaken the other astronauts so they can see this gingerbread monolith" ..."Sorry Dave, I can't do that, we're gonna need their bodies for the icing"

I believe Gingerbread Monolith opened for the 1910 Fruitgum Co. or Strawberry Alarm Clock in '68.

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