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All it took was an autograph request to draw our friendly possum out

Lo and behold, we publish a picture of the possum we found lurking in the Monitor parking lot last spring with mention of his movie deal and sudden shyness around paparazzi, and he appears again, sniffing around some recycling bins and enjoying some discovered french fries. It’s impossible to know if this… 0

January 6, 2015
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You can’t tell from the angle of the photo, but this book is 421,288 pages long. That chicken’s no dummy, though – he made his stance on belt tightening abundantly clear. 0

January 6, 2015
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Leashes are such old tech. Give your dog what it really wants, a chance to feel like actual luggage with a bumpy backwards-facing ride. Bonus backpack set up allows your buddy to eat your homework on the way to school! 0

January 6, 2015
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Things we learned from the existence of this product: 1) Flavored sunflower seeds are a thing. 2) There are people who think dill pickle is a flavor consumers want replicated in other foods. 3) We aren’t those people. 0

January 6, 2015
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“I am the great Cornholio. I need offensively bright colored Beavis and Butthead face sweatpants for my,” um, well you know the rest. 0

January 6, 2015
Traveling back in time

Concord’s turning 250, so we checked out some of it’s cool old stuff

Before officially kicking off Concord’s 250th year, a New Year’s Eve pop up history gallery was like a walk down memory lane with some of the city’s old stuff on display at the Grappone Center. Unfortunately it was just a one-day thing, but luckily we went and took pictures. You’re welcome. 0

January 6, 2015
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Before officially kicking off Concord’s 250th year, a New Year’s Eve pop up history gallery was like a walk down memory lane with some of the city’s old stuff on display at the Grappone Center. Unfortunately it was just a one-day thing, but luckily we went and took pictures. You’re welcome. 0

January 6, 2015
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Penacook’s first currency. 0

January 6, 2015
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They sure don’t make phone books like they used to. 0

January 6, 2015
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We need one of these in case we go to the Keene Pumpkin Festival next year. 0

January 6, 2015