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For its Second Anniversary, Ghostbar, As Always, Overindulges

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On the occasion of Ghostbar's second anniversary, the folks at N9NEGroup Dallas posted to Vimeo what must be the world's longest video slide show -- I bailed at the 12:47 mark (and stopped paying attention long before that), which isn't even halfway through the epic. Though, really, I'd have ended it around the two-minute mark, once it ran out of celebrities, by which I mean people you might at least recognize. Because you know what's coming after that. Jump for the video. --Robert Wilonsky

Ghostbar Dallas - 2nd Anniversary Slideshow from N9NEGroup Dallas on Vimeo.

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