Halifax | bankrupt artist v.3

By: Bankrupt Artist V.3  09-12-2011

Well, the working theory is that the black flag flying over the Citadel in Halifax is either “No Quarter” or “Caution Plague” or, as someone else suggested “We have cookies!” Take your chances, but be prepared that if there are cookies, they couldn’t possibly be good enough to risk it… unless there are two types [..]

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