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Joshua Anderson January 27, 2014 at 12:13 pm
This is awesome. Can’t wait to have another Super Bowl in Minnesota. More information on theRead More bid is at www.mnsuperbowl.com.
Minnesotanative January 27, 2014 at 12:50 pm
This is what a progressive can do for us. Look to Walker in Wis where the state is stagnant. ThankRead More you for your effort, Gov Dayton.
Roy Roscoe February 2, 2014 at 07:58 pm
Yes. Thank you for trying to do at least one thing right Governor Dayton. If you succeed we willRead More have one positive contribution to your pathetic legacy. Of course you probably will fail at this too. But at least like obama promised we can have hope without the hope bring taxed.
Karl Hodgson January 22, 2014 at 11:42 am
The NFL syndicate cheated us from the Superbowl in that Saints Vikings game with the Bounty GateRead More Scandal! They rigged the World Series in 1919 and even made a good movie about it. Well they rigged the Superbowl breaking Bret Farve's leg on national TV. NFL officials didn't even rule that illegal for weeks and it was two years before the true story came out on Bounty Gate. The Mob or whoever cheated us in Minnesota!!!! Superbowl or Super Baloney? Where's Marshal Dillon? Seems the crooks took over Dodge.
Mike B. January 4, 2014 at 11:30 am
Note to Kluwe: Minnesotans don't want to hear from you again! Your teammates, Vikings' fans, andRead More most all Minnesotans consider you an embarrassment. And your views in support of homosexual marriage are anathema to most people.
Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill kneels on the sidelines during the second quarter of an NCAA college football game against Western Illinois in Minneapolis, Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013. Kill left the game at halftime after suffering a seizure. Credit: AP
Mike B. September 18, 2013 at 08:21 pm
I've got to agree with Mr. Souhan. While everyone has empathy for Mr. Kill, he could do otherRead More football-related work at the University off the field, out of public view.
Susan June 9, 2013 at 07:25 pm
Mike B., you must really be bored if you had to come back to this... I attack the ideology andRead More people that want to decide for everyone how they should live their lives. You know, those who would condemn or persecute those wanting something different that, BTW, is granted to them by way of living in a free country. It's time to try some new material, Mike, this is really getting old and tired.
fb.com/WCwatchdog June 16, 2013 at 03:42 am
I ride a sport bike... can I also have 130 miles of track to ride on in Woodbury like the bikers?...Read More oh wait... that's right, I have to put my bike in my truck, drive 130 miles to the nearest track, pay $150 in track fees, just to ride... Bicyclists, you don't know how good you have it with your completely free paved bike paths.
Mike B. June 19, 2013 at 11:05 am
fb... you are correct... The Lance Armstrong-wannabes demand (they don't ask; they are that type ofRead More obnoxious people) that all taxpayers pay for bike paths at astronomical costs per mile.
TJ Chochrek April 11, 2013 at 01:28 pm
It is bills like this that make places like North and South Dakota a desirable alternative in theRead More Upper Midwest. Rep. Lenczewski is correct in stating that the Vikings stadium should have been financed, in large measure, by the Vikings ownership and by personal seat licenses paid by seat holders. Parents shouldn't be paying extra fare to buy sporting equipment for their kids so that professional athletes can play in local venues. It's another reason the Twin Cities creeps closer and closer to being nothing more than a cold Omaha!
Mike B. April 11, 2013 at 08:01 pm
The Vikings don't need a stadium, period! Let them play their games in TCF Stadium, or as I preferRead More to call it, the Gophers' stadium. For one thing, I and a lot of other people refuse to call any sports venue by some corporate name. Who in his right mind would NOT be embarrassed to say he is going to "Minute Maid Park" in Houston?. Why have two football stadiums that each are used only ten days out of 365 every year? This Viking stadium boondoggle is just a payoff to the construction trades in Minneapolis.
Brad Johnson April 11, 2013 at 09:50 pm