ATTENTION CITIZENS: Leave the Bronx!

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Do not, and I repeat, DO NOT drink this or you will not be able to LEAVE THE BRONX!

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Does anyone here live in New Mexico, and is it as enchanting as they say? More enchanting than say, the Bronx? Does New Mexico have a laughing Toblerone for example or vampire reporters?

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“Boil-In-Bag People.” [lip smack] :plate_with_cutlery:

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The first time I went to Santa Fe I picked up the local entertainment rag and read an article about a musician—a 16th-generation Santa Fean. I had to think about that for a while.

It’s pretty special there if you’re into that sort of thing. I can’t speak to the Toblerone or vampire situation, though.

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It’s a trap.

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Why are none of you leaving the Bronx?

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I’ve often wondered, why New Mexico? Not enchanting Florida or Hawaii?

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Certain areas around the state are indeed enchanting. Anywhere near the ABQ/Santa Fe area and you’re getting your car stolen. It does have good green chili though.

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But the silverfish, I’ll miss them?

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What about non-citizens?

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Non-citizens must… LEAVE THE BRONX!

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I’ve never been to the Bronx. …but I’ve only driven through New Mexico. There are some cool things there. Carlsbad Caverns. Taos. But too hot for me to want to live there. I guess I’ll just stay in Idaho and pull my hat down over my eyes so no one notices me.

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Oh, yeah? What about the citizen fluid? Huh? What about them?

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They… may stay.

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But only because they have to help tell everyone else to LEAVE THE BRONX!

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LOOPHOLE!

Body seems unclear, is it a complete sentence?

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Can I go as far as Queens and then come back?

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No. No one can come back to the Bronx after they LEAVE THE BRONX!

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Only if you bring Prince Akeem back with you.

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