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Notice to Extraterrestrial Aliens
Welcome to the International Vinegar Museum

Dear Aliens,

Many of you have confused us with Roswell, New Mexico. While this is a perfectly easy mistake for non native speakers, The International Vinegar Museum is in Roslyn, South Dakota, Latitude 45�22'30", Longitude 97�22'30".

This little confusion being cleared up we would like to invite and welcome you to The International Vinegar Museum. You should fit right in here. With the exception of extraterrestrial renegades from the fourth quadrant masquerading as earthlings, the inhabitants here are quite friendly. We are sure you will find some interesting vinegars to take to your planet back as unique souvenirs. The quality of vinegar here is much better than that found in the outer perimeter of the asteroid belt.

Since we are a small town however, we will ask your cooperation in making your visit a pleasant one.

1. Please park your spaceships on the football field. It should be easy to find from the air. You will see a large field with some benches and a goal post on each end of the field. It is a pretty safe town, so you don't really have to lock it.

2. We do not charge interstellar aliens for parking here. In fact we don't charge anyone.

3. Though we get a lot of earthlings from various place on our planet and are used to various manifestations, the extraterrestrial visitors who live and visit here all cloak themselves as earthlings. If you do not have such cloaking devices and you have a slightly different appearance, for example three heads with green scaly skin or extremely long tail with eyes on the end, some of our kids may point and/or stare. Small kids may even scream or run away. We hope you will forgive their impoliteness and ignore them. They will get over it and get used to you as more of you visit us.

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