The Flemish word for “public” is “openbaar” … Belgium, here we come!!!

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By Rachel Riot and Kunoichi Erica
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Now we’re off to investigate further into our recent discovery of the “Openbaar Ministerie.”  According to Google, it’s simply the Belgian Ministry of Justice…But we have our suspicions that down the street from the Ministry of Silly Walks, and around the corner from the Ministry of Magic, is an earthly paradise otherwise known to Belgians in-the-know as the Ministry of Open Bars.

But don’t worry; we won’t be long.  We investigate with all the acumen and covertness of Inspector Jacques Clouseau:

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