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January 11, 2013


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In this TV news story http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/video?id=8712156, which is linked from Sqirl's website, the reporter seems to say "squirrel" and the proprietor does not disagree.

The site could use some work, starting with the spelling of "Napoleon".

you might be interested in this Melbourne restaurant "NSHRY" (pronounced "noshery").

A great, quick meal can be had at brgr on 7th between 26th and 27th in Manhattan. The website has a section with regular updates about the restaurant . . . brgr blg.

Why would I want to associate squirrel with food? Sqirl jams? I'm queasy saying it to myself. On the bright side, it's anything but a descriptive trademark ... I hope.

@Jessica: As Carrie Bradshaw said on "Sex and the City": "A squirrel is just a rat with a cuter outfit."

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