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Grump organizes cranky flashmob, Moller dog-walk

Bobba Ramaramaramaramaramarama contemplates the burning "pyre of cash" he hopes to build today in the parking lot of Sitka's Performing Arts Center. (Flickr photo/h.koppdelaney)

Bobba Ramaramaramaramaramarama contemplates the burning “pyre of cash” he hopes to build today in the parking lot of Sitka’s Performing Arts Center. (Flickr photo/h.koppdelaney)


Self-anointed “Guru of Grumpiness” Bobba Ramaramaramramaram discusses his plans for a flashmob at Totem Square (taking multiple parking spaces encouraged!), a slow sidewalk parade, and other events today culminating in a dog-walk on the new turf at Moller Field.

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