How many balloons does it take to fill up a Ford?

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Christopher Schneider knows.  On Saturday, Nov. 17, Christopher purchased 70 balloons from Gordon’s IGA in Kearny and, like something reminiscent of the filling of a clown car, proceeded to put them all inside his Ford truck. After much pushing, shoving and hoping not to pop any, he got them all inside and transported them safely to Hayden in time for his nephew’s birthday party.

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