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Green bus rolls into town

Original post made on Jul 17, 2008

A lumbering green bus plastered with sponsor decals and with an odor reminiscent of French fries pulled into the parking lot of the Junior Museum and Zoo this morning, and a group of Dartmouth College students emerged to set up shop, display their wares and educate the throngs of excited children clambering to board the "The Big Green Bus."

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Posted by sally
a resident of Gunn High School
on Jul 17, 2008 at 6:09 pm



I am an alumna of Dartmouth, these sound like great kids.

I hope someone warns them that there is a murderer on the loose and that they are advised not to go drinking in downtown Palo Alto.

They will be much safer sticking to Stanford campus until it is time for them to leave.

I am afraid that Sundays execution in downtown is going to put a chill in all parents whoes children have any proximity to Downtown Palo Alto for a long term into the future.

I am sure the entering class at Stanford will be warned to stay away, and so they should.


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