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Resident produces video showcasing Sunnyside’s small-town feel

Oct. 12, 2013 Staff Report

George Burles, a local photographer/videographer, has created another YouTube video that captures the small town feel of Sunnyside.

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Mr. Magoo

This is Christian’s message board – not yours. He can edit, moderate, delete comments as he sees fit. If you don’t like it, don’t visit and/or post here. Your crazy comments sound like Reuben…

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Sunnyside Native

Personally, the dogs are my favorite part of this video. SUDS hosted another great adoption event this past weekend at the SUDS dog run in Lou Lodati Park. More cats & kittens going to their forever homes this week!

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Heinrich

Sunnyside post deletes comments even though they are free of profanity, and such… This paper WILL be sued for obstructing peoples first amendment right of free speech! Mark my words…

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Janet

Well done! Might just be the only small town in America with an Ass Market. Thanks for sharing. Hilarious!!!

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Gayle Esta Toonkel Ms.ed.

Great, thanks. My two Maltese in our shopping cart are Ms Ina and her son Dante man. We thank yah kindly for including us.

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joanie luvs chachi

Got the ken burns effect going on! can we get some Shelby foote narration!?
was it intentional to shoot the obscene word on the associated supermarket sign?

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