The Morning Metropolitan

Sunset over the Potomac from Georgetown by Rponsaj

Good morning Georgetown, here’s the latest:

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  1. Old Georgetowner

    I wish Georgetown Cupcake well, but I have serious reservations about their new location.

    That’s one of the most dangerous intersections in Georgetown. I can recall at least two pedestrian deaths in the past 25 years, and there may have been more. (When eastbound cars on M Street turn left onto 33rd, pedestrians are often heedless and the drivers themselves often stupidly aggressive, rushing to get onto 33rd before the left arrow goes red.)

    Last evening I noted that the line outside GC was backing up to the corner and then stretching westward across the front of the store. This makes for a great visual, but it is very dangerous. Inevitably, you get a clot of people — mostly young people — bulging out into the edge of the intersection.

    Things would be much safer for everyone if the line could be redirected up the sidewalk on 33rd. If they don’t do this, I think it’s only a matter of time until something bad happens.

  2. GM

    I thought the same thing when I saw that photo. Maybe it was just really bad yesterday because of the free cupcakes. We’ll see…

  3. J. MacLeod

    Remember the old Bewitched episode where a spell was cast on an ugly doll, and they were selling like… cupcakes? So – who cast the spell on Georgetown Cupcakes? I think it’s ridicules – but am totally envious of their success! I’m not slamming GCCake, just the lemmings under the magic spell.

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