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Eight items used to fill the Sugar House hole besides red dirt:

8. "Irregular" dildo overstock from the relocated Blue Boutique.

7. A few thousand untouched copies of In Utah This Week.

6. The pile of bricks that used to be downtown's Odd Fellows Hall (pending).

5. Evolution theory and sex-ed textbooks from local schools.

4. City Weekly editor applications.

3. Paul Harvey.

2. A dozen mysterious, glowing barrels from EnergySolutions.

1. Developer Craig Mecham's genius business plan.
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