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Courage Required. Cowardice Not An Option.

If you plan on hiding under your desk during an active shooter incident, you may want to just grab your blankie and suck your thumb instead of reading this blog today. Seriously. I don’t want to hear any whining from … Continue reading

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Welcome to Minnesota.

At this very moment visitors to the great state where I live are climbing into their cars, boarding a train, or flying toward my location. Many of them are coming for the big game (I’d use the name, but the … Continue reading

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Please Return To Your Seat. After You Wash Your Hands With Dove.

I was going to write a blog last week that criticized several major figures in the news. I was going to make it completely generic, and then at the very end point out that those of you who agreed with … Continue reading

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You Can’t See Poop In The Dark

Last Saturday I attended a fund-raiser at a friend’s farm. I got to run the grill with the able, and appreciated, help of Max Aristide. He’s the best. Between us, we managed to feed the whole crowd and have a … Continue reading

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Let Us Examine This A Bit More Closely.

An hour ago the verdict was rendered in the Yanez manslaughter case in Saint Paul. The officer was found not guilty on all counts by a jury of 12 citizens selected by the defense and prosecution. They deliberated for five … Continue reading

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