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[Stiggers] Hard Times Made Tolerable

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Ken Stiggers

Lil' Momma Roscoe: "I am so proud to announce that Clubb Chicken Wing was awarded best Community Service Venue during the first annual Best of the Ghetto Science Community Public Service Awards and Disco. My hard-working son, Big Roscoe, and I worked diligently to make Clubb Chicken Wing a place that meets the needs of the whole Ghetto Science Community.

"I am honored and happy that the Ghetto Science Public Service Committee recognized our efforts during this great recession. And thanks to some very benevolent financial contributions from members, businesses and institutions of the Ghetto Science Community, Clubb Chicken Wing grew from a small, local bar and grill to a multipurpose complex. Also, I'm glad Big Roscoe had big ideas like the football stadium, recreational center for the kids and adults, and office space for aspiring entrepreneurs. Today, the Clubb Chicken Wing Multipurpose Complex is a core of positive community development. Bubba Robinski, token Caucasian Ghetto Science community member, says that Clubb Chicken Wing is a large-scale version of 'Cheers,' where everybody knows your name.

"Clubb Chicken Wing's goal during the recession is to create jobs for the unemployed. Our daily 'Hot Wing Happy Hour' provides unemployed Djs, emcees, college graduates, teachers with Ph.D.s and other mid-level workers with part-time income. And we are not afraid to host job-search seminars and resume workshops either.

"Big Roscoe and I want to help make these hard times more tolerable for the common people.

"So, here's a toast to the community: Cheers!"

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