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March 03, 2009

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Bec has gotten me to think about communication between myself and others in ways I never imagined before I moved here, and I'm happy to see her getting positive press anywhere.
There are a few more of the people's history posters up in the hallway next to our shop, if anyone is curious to see some of the other offerings from justseeds.

The shop Joey means is The Hub, the fantastic bike shop on Cass Avenue in Detroit. And the poster collection they have are fabulous, beautiful!

Tell Bec she has my compliments!

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