SSSLOUP @ SSSLOW ROCKET THIS SSSUNDAY @ SSSSIX

Posted by Maggie Ginestra on June 14, 2010 | 5 Comments

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come eat slow rocket’s very own kale in the herbiest summeriest soup muster-able. plus watermelon. $10 buys a full belly and a chance to vote for your favorite art project proposal. and check out our blog to see the updated application… easy peasy! please give it a go… the more applications, the more fun it is to vote…for you!


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