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Nov 19, 2009

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"As IDHA blogger DJ Danielson points out in Quist: standing up for Minnesota’s true priorities since (at least) 1986, the former state representative prefers the term "fisherman" to the word "angler," having addressed the issues surrounding this imprecise term during a floor debate on gender-neutral language in 1986."

Quist is the dude whose first wife Dianne was pregnant ten times before she died (pregnant) in a car accident in the late 1980s. He showed his undying love for her by a) pulling the six-month-old fetus out of her womb and putting it in her arms so they could be displayed that way in the casket, and b) marrying his second wife Julie about six months later.

Does he have manliness issues? Does he feel that he can only be a real man if his own woman -- or any woman -- is subordinate to him at all times? Is this why he insists on separate and unequal?

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