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Comment from: Bruce Stasch [Member] Email
As a taxpaying member of the Minnesota Golfing Elite, I'd say that neglecting Minnesota's fixation, actually obsession, with golf when we can only play it 3-6 months a year is a testament to what snow and cold weather does to our mental faculties. There are some nice courses that have opened up that haven't yet been given the play they deserve. Also, John Harris, a Champions Tour golfer won his first tournament this year and he's from Edina. Did we forget that Tom Lehman, Ryder Cup captain (or should we forget about that) grew up in Alexandria, MN. Or maybe, come to think or it, are you just trying to weasel you way into a free trip to the Land of 10,000 Lakes?
10/27/06 @ 11:32
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
I don't know, "The Land of 10,000 Lakes" . . . sounds like too many water hazards to me.
10/29/06 @ 13:52
Comment from: Bruce Stasch [Member] Email
It only says 10,000 lakes on the license plate. In reality we have more than 14,000 bodies of water that the DNR defines as a lake. Even more water hazards to worry about.
10/30/06 @ 12:24

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