Lars Larson


Lars Larson

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(Seattle, WA)  --  For the first time in two decades, Seattle's famed Gum Wall is getting a scrub.  Officials at the city's Pike Place Market say all gum stuck to the wall will be removed starting next week.  Word is the gum is damaging the bricks at the unsanitary landmark, and KING-TV reports the wall will be steam cleaned.  People started sticking their chewed gum to the wall in the early 1990s, and there's now an estimated one-million pieces hanging from it.


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