Brothers and Business Partners Marking a Quarter of a Century

Jan 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

Twenty-five years ago, brothers Dan and Terry Furlong-then in their twenties-opened a liquor store on family land along Century Avenue.

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Jan 27, 2012
 
Dumb and dumber for over 25 years.
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So in other words they were born with a silver corkscrew in their @sses? This is some great contribution to society how? How is this even a news worth story...[sigh]
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Jan 27, 2012
 
PATCH: "What made you and your brother so committed to making this happen?"

Actually they were to stupid to anything else and the did it for the MONEY. What a stupid store about a little shiet hole liquor store. WOW!

The only reason this in the Patch at all is the Patch thinks a human interest story..ha, ha.

The brother whose head looks like it was crushed in a vise is council member in NSP who was appointed by the dufuss Mayor Mike Kuehn. However, he is the smartest one of the bunch. So....I guess you go with what you got. Very sad.

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