This past Friday night, I was at the corner of Granville and West Georgia and came across a vehicle that, if not for its license plate, might well have driven straight out of 1967. I know that back East, the standard Vancouver stereotype is that it's populated by granola-munching hippies; still, encountering something that matches that stereotype is almost shaking. That limp flag the microbus is flying, by the by, is of a peace sign.
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