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Monday, June 8, 2015

Mayor Refuses to Convey Election Results---says it might be "Confusing": Tales From Normal, Mn: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the bass fishermen from Normal, Mn....seems that they are pretty upset this morning as they have heard the news that their local mayor, Miss Queen Bee, has refused to convey the local election results because she felt that the results might be too confusing. In a carefully designed news release, she stated that she "wanted to convey the leadership of the city in her own way, and did not want the election results to confuse the voters." Stay tuned.

Gov Rides Harley: Wants it to be the core of his Presidential Campaign: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the tweet this morn from the bass fishermen from up in Normal, Mn;;;they switched to some new extra strong coffee from the "Bent and Dent", a local Amish outlet store, and due to the tremendous strength of this new coffee, they have become more productive immediately....they were talking this morning about the new buzz from Wisconsin...where the governor is thinking about making a run for President, collecting the multimillion dollars that such pondering entails, and also riding a Harley and looking very Presidential, or what "Presidential" looks like in some of these parts....One of the positives that the guys noted was that it is hard to consult with anyone, talk on the phone, or be collegial in any way when one is riding a Harley...and they thought that was a perfect fit...stay tuned as I follow this story.

There is SO much gasoline that prices keep rising: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Just got the tweet from the bass fishermen in Normal, Mn----they had a huge meeting this morning at Betty Lou's coffee shop and were trying to figure out...after several cups of very strong coffee, and of course the free whipped cream, why it is that with the huge glut of gas in America due to fracking, that prices keep rising...and after all the loud argument...they finally agreed that this was just basic economics...the more things are in quantity, the more they cost....stay tuned