The hair-free will eat free at some Twin Cities restaurants

Restaurants owned by the Blue Plate Company are offering free meals to bald people on Friday, Oct. 14.
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Restaurants owned by the Blue Plate Company are offering free meals to bald people on Friday, Oct. 14.

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