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Sep 15, 2013


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Phoenix Woman

"Unlike Allen Quist or Randy Demmer, both of whom stuck it out in their hometowns, Hagedorn burrowed into the Beltway, and now emerges every five years to perch high in the box elder branches to drone on about his undying passion for Southern Minnesota."

And the only reason he emerges is so he can get a job that keeps him in the Beltway for most of the year!

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