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FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: Tips, services and products that'll help you move
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SUBJECT: Hill Country (30 W 26th St between Broadway and Sixth Ave, 212-255-4544)
MESSAGE: Soon-to-open BBQ restaurant
DISCARDED: "Balderdash," "Because man cannot lard on meat alone," "as your nouveaux girth brings NYC up to the rest of the nation's beautiful, belt-exploding norm"