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Monday, September 20, 2004

Doughnut culture

I swear this whole city changes at night. I think the ordinary people check in to their homes by about 9:00 PM. What's left is a lot of strange people that hang out at Tim Horton's or drive their cars around all over the place all night. What's their deal? Don't they have to go to work sometime in the morning? They all seem to drive expensive vehicles, so they must have a job right?

I'm usually in bed at around 11:00 PM (usually) but if you walk into Tim Horton's at 11:00 PM, you'll see it's packed with people--even a lineup--and it's not just teens. It's all age groups. There will be a table with mom, dad, the kids, a baby or two and even granny and grandpa. There's no way my parents would have taken me out past my bedtime, to a doughnut shop in the middle of the night. It's no wonder this new generation of kids are so strange. I'm living in the twilight zone.

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