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Did Somebody say 'Pillow Fight'?!?!?!

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Hundreds of Angelenos heeded the call of International Pillow Fight Day by assembling in Pershing Square, armed with pillows and many dressed in goofy get-ups. At exactly 3 p.m. the buzzer sounded, and it was every man, woman, and child for themselves as the blows began to land and the feathers flew. And boy, did those feathers fly!

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