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With the firing of Brian Burke came the removal of the signage for Burkie's Dog House. What will it be named now?

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When Brian Burke was fired a litany of questions immediately jumped into people's heads. Chief among those that were answered right away was what would happen to Burkie's Dog House. Acting to remove a public mention of the past GM with a speed that would have made a new Egyptian pharaoh proud they left a blank spot above the popular food stand. @MrButterChicken (a must follow) probably had the best suggestions that weren't related to the name:

But that left one big questions: What are they going to rename the Burkie Dog stand? Take the poll below or offer your own suggestions.

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