Ian is so proud of Tacoma. He absolutely loves it there. And now, so does Stephanie. And I kinda do too, especially because it only cost me 79 cents to park downtown. SEVENTY NINE CENTS. What is this, 1962?

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(um, how should that marketing slogan now read … Walla Walla Wine Wine Weddin’ Weddin’!!)