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living in a teeny tiny village like p-town is weak,but one thing thats cool about it(besides we make zines,which is the only reason i live here)is the tunnels.they were built by chinese laborers a really long time ago.they are under most of the buildings downtown,even though a lot of them are walled off.they used to use them to mug drunks and surrepticiously haul them out to sea to work as slave labor in the ships.when i worked in the cobalt lounge in 96 you could get in them.theyre really eerie-theres bars for jail type cells in some of them.theyre about 8 ft tall.theres gutters in the floors,and barracks style beds.there is purple glass circles in the cielings of a few of them.they go all the way out to the river-to load the people into ships.bandi told me that they cant fully disclose exactly what happened with them because a lot of well to do locals ancestors got rich using them.i know they go in at least from the will-scam-it river to the park blocks.the unused bus koisks in the park blocks and by city hall go directly into them.in 2000 i was strung out on tweak,and some of the street kids led me into them.there were like 50 homeless people living in them.theres ghosts in there-you can feel it.theres hand prints from people scraping at the walls.they go all the way down through under borders,kellys o,the shanghai,etc..rumor has it theres a huge round one that feeds out into the river,thats like a 20 foot high perfect skating spot.its supposedly protected by townies,and its crazy.theres actually 3 of them,but theyre all walled off.

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