The Chiefs ended up winning the only stat that truly matters, but the match also threw up some other fascinating numbers.
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Sorry about doing this, I couldn't resist giving the post a fresh roast. They closed because the Frickes raised the rent from 0 to 00 a month. That would be a bitter cup as well as grounds for shutting down.
I have also heard that they ran a long time tenant out that had been renting one of the apartments in one of their buildings that they bought. Or who knows maybe they didn't have a good bean counter and had to shut down.
Well perk up, could be they decided to open a different business, maybe a coffee shop just wasn't there cup of tea.
The main thing is, while it was open no one ever left feeling mugged.
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