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- Rats, I missed posting this on Friday when it was 50 days. Now, we are down to 47 days. #SyrCrunch #HomeOpener http://t.co/8kePu6n2o7 : 1 hour ago
- Checking out the @NYSFair Championship Heavyweight Horse Pull in the Coliseum. http://t.co/TGBGKvfhED : 15 hours ago
- Red-tailed Hawk lands on a handler's hand during the Hawk Creek Wildlife Center's #raptor show @NYSFair http://t.co/0SzRy1oErk : 17 hours ago
- Smelling the roses in the Horticulture building at the @NYSFair http://t.co/rHVRmeSCTe : 20 hours ago
- And you thought we were going to the @NYSFair today. Looks like Utah and Arches Nstional Park to us. http://t.co/fmwrDHfqIK : 1 day ago
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