Joined: Jun 6, 2018
Hannah McDonald is a writer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. As a Las Vegas native, she is passionate about the correct pronunciation of Nevada (it’s Nev-ADD-a, not Nev-AH-da). She loves musicals, croissants, the Vegas Golden Knights, and buying books she may never read. Her claim to fame is that she once bought Oreos for Snoop Dogg.
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