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Subject: Re: Minnesota Representative drafts bill banning "The Bachelor"
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On Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 1:42:22 PM UTC-5, Tony Calguire wrote:
> On 08 Mar 2018,  David (dimlan17@yahoo.com) wrote in rec.arts.tv:
 
> > Needless to say, twenty times the number of people required to force
> > Drew to get off the couch and miss Shondaland programming chimed in,
> > pushing the representative from the great town of Burnsville (motto:
> > “Sorry we make traffic on 94 so crappy every day, it really does seem
> > like an outsized influence compared to our population”) to draft a
> > bill banning Luyendyk Jr. from entering the state. 

> Why would people from Burnsville have an affect on the traffic on 94?  35W, 
> maybe, but 94?

Seven months out of the year you go the short way on your snowmobiles.