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Pancho Villa, notorious Mexican bandit and revolutionary, died in a hail of gunfire in 1923. According to legend, his corpse was later dug up and dismembered, with his body parts going to relic collectors in the U.S. and Pancho Villa fans in Mexico.
If you’ve ever dreamed of making a smooth move in the real estate game, now may be the time to snatch up your very own soft serve structure. Two former Twistee Treat ice-cream-cone-shaped stands are currently up for sale. With interest rates low and interest in ice cream high, this could be an opportune time to acquire a highly desirable dairy destination.
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Forget your monolith Marys and your fancy pagan ladies — there’s a new goddess scraping the heavens. It’s Mago! Mago is 39 feet tall, exactly one foot higher than the roof of the Catholic church across the street, which is possibly not an accident. Mago was erected in the Arizona desert on the outskirts of […]« Previous Entries
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