Let’s Hear It For Downtime

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Stephen Colbert “testifies” before Congress: Neither the time nor the place

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Introducing Gopher Coach Tim Brewster

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Favreitism

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Apparently, it has always been thus

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Gloria Ellen Gaynor: “We Will Survive (Tim Pawlenty)”

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Ice Whine

It starts roughly the day after Valentines Day – the upper midwest’s snow and ice whining season. This is the time of year when typically upbeat midwesterners complain bitterly and incessantly about, of all things, snow in the winter.

To outsiders, complaining about snow in February and March in the upper midwest might seem about as logical as complaining about sunsets at days end. Or Vikings collapses in January. After all, these are statistically inevitable occurrences. But still we whine.

Actually, we’re not always this unstable. There are distinct snow psyche seasons in the upper midwest. From mid-October to Thanksgiving is the Giddy Season. If it snows in the Giddy Season, we frolic. We also wrap our SUVs around telephone poles. After all, it’s been six whole months since we’ve driven in the stuff.

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