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Angry Birds on Cape Cod

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It's the end of October and thenews is out that the most popular costume of the 2011 Halloween season is a rendition of an "angry bird." Cape Cod is in stride with its own "angry bird." Click here and enjoy.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

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