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Hole punched in doughnut shop's hopes for shuttle celebration
Hole punched in doughnut shop's hopes for shuttle celebration

Say what you will. Say stay off the sidewalk. Ora Alcox is going to see the space shuttle. On Friday, the now-earthbound Endeavour will be wheeled by very slowly, a block from Alcox's Inglewood home. She will witness it, she says; try to stop her: "They'll have to drag me, screaming and crying. I'm 70 years old. I have MS and I plan to see this." At the drive-through window at Randy's Donuts, Alcox was picking up her usual apple fritter. And like a lot of those there for their morning fixes Thursday, she was peeved. FULL COVERAGE: Endeavour's final journey The mayor of L.A. promises "the mother of all parades." Then officials shut...

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