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The problem is most places don't take reservations.
Thanks for the Hillyard love! I´m always trying to get people to come up to the neighborhood to eat, the food´s awesome.One piece of constructive criticism, I would have when with "Hill-Yum" instead of "Hill-licious." It´s much easier to say. Thanks again.
It´s pretty weak to put down an entire neighborhood because you had some bad luck on a major thoroughfare that sees thousands upon thousands of vehicles every day. Don´t you think it´s a little more likely that some industrial truck bounced that out onto the road than we evil Hillyardites planted it here for you to run over.
If only from a literary stance, it would have been far superior to marvel at the incredibly odd and unlikely occurrence of your accident then to show what a judgmental, prejudicial jerk you are by blaming it on the neighborhood. In case you missed the memo, it stopped being cool to pick on Hillyard a couple of years ago.
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