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Third Avenue Building That Loves to Party, You Rule

It's always amusing when garish advertecture delivers more than a message about a product, but about the occupants of the building it's slapped on. Sure, this had its moments, but we prefer the unintentional stuff. So we don't know how the residents of this Upper East Village building feel about it, but we've already scored a truckload of Ecstacy, and we're planning on swinging by on Friday 'round 3 a.m. Who's in?
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