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(Minneapolis Star Tribune)   What a slow news day in Minneapolis may look like   ( startribune.com) divider line
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2017-04-14 06:03:28 PM  
Boobies
 
2017-04-14 10:11:31 PM  
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2017-04-14 10:17:17 PM  
$3.50 a piece sounds pricey for something that might taste like sawdust.
 
2017-04-14 10:24:00 PM  
There's never too much news to not reserve some space to provide free advertising.
 
2017-04-14 10:25:15 PM  
Vegan Croissant is the name of my Tegan and Sara patio café duet I'm busy promoting.  Throughout the upper northwest.  Love this pub.
 
2017-04-14 10:29:36 PM  
^^^^

Tegan and Sara Tribute café duet.
 
2017-04-14 10:32:11 PM  
It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.
 
2017-04-14 10:37:48 PM  

axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.


And that is just Edina!
 
2017-04-14 10:38:51 PM  
After they've stocked up on croissants, Eureka customers can also pick up Herbivorous Butcher vegan cheeses and cold cuts.

No gender-neutral cookies? Count me out.

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2017-04-14 10:39:54 PM  

axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.


This. Also, jobs pay shiat salaries (hope you like working for $0.05 per hour; it's the only allowed wage). And the education system is terrible, just terrible. Worst thing? No lakes
 
2017-04-14 10:40:24 PM  
For furk's sake it's called margarine.  Jezus fraxing criste.
 
2017-04-14 10:42:47 PM  

Far Cough: For furk's sake it's called margarine.  Jezus fraxing criste.


Or butter flavored Crisco might be easier.  Lots of margarines still have some dairy.
 
2017-04-14 10:44:46 PM  

digistil: axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.

This. Also, jobs pay shiat salaries (hope you like working for $0.05 per hour; it's the only allowed wage). And the education system is terrible, just terrible. Worst thing? No lakes


No lakes. Also no Ethiopian food, can't find a good pho place, and nobody gives a shiat about sports. farking boring here.
 
2017-04-14 11:23:11 PM  
Minneapolis also has the weirdest food- Vegan butchers
https://www.theherbivorousbutcher.com

and, of course, this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lutefisk
 
2017-04-14 11:24:53 PM  

Fishmongers' Daughters: digistil: axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.

This. Also, jobs pay shiat salaries (hope you like working for $0.05 per hour; it's the only allowed wage). And the education system is terrible, just terrible. Worst thing? No lakes

No lakes. Also no Ethiopian food, can't find a good pho place, and nobody gives a shiat about sports. farking boring here.


Curling?
 
2017-04-14 11:37:53 PM  
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2017-04-14 11:46:23 PM  
Going home after several years away, I knew I was back when I saw the newspaper's bold front page headline:
'Menards accused of selling tainted mulch'
 
2017-04-15 12:50:23 AM  

axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.


9 months of winter and 3 months of bad sledding ;)

/biggest small town in America
//horrible place, stay far away
///three, as required
 
2017-04-15 03:24:19 AM  

Fishmongers' Daughters: digistil: axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.

This. Also, jobs pay shiat salaries (hope you like working for $0.05 per hour; it's the only allowed wage). And the education system is terrible, just terrible. Worst thing? No lakes

No lakes. Also no Ethiopian food, can't find a good pho place, and nobody gives a shiat about sports. farking boring here.


...... There's a notable Ethiopian restaurant near Snelling and University.  In fact, both St.  Paul and Minneapolis have neighborhoods flush with unique foods/restaurants from otherwise-unacknowledged cultures. University alone has sooooooo many great places to eat! Amazing variety combined with great prices :)
 
2017-04-15 07:34:44 AM  

VOCSL5: Fishmongers' Daughters: digistil: axeeugene: It's often such a slow news day in the Twin Cities.

But don't let that fool you - the Twin Cities are horrible cesspools of dangerous crime, acres of decrepit urban blight, AND they're wholly empty of culture. It's also  -20 degrees for like eight months at a time. You should definitely stay away.

This. Also, jobs pay shiat salaries (hope you like working for $0.05 per hour; it's the only allowed wage). And the education system is terrible, just terrible. Worst thing? No lakes

No lakes. Also no Ethiopian food, can't find a good pho place, and nobody gives a shiat about sports. farking boring here.

...... There's a notable Ethiopian restaurant near Snelling and University.  In fact, both St.  Paul and Minneapolis have neighborhoods flush with unique foods/restaurants from otherwise-unacknowledged cultures. University alone has sooooooo many great places to eat! Amazing variety combined with great prices :)


Something tells me you're not with the program here.
 
2017-04-15 12:35:41 PM  
it's almost as if you posters don't want the rest of us to visit Minneapolis
 
2017-04-15 12:42:29 PM  
Price: $3.50, or three for $10.

Who the hell can afford to be vegan?
 
2017-04-15 12:50:25 PM  

cwheelie: it's almost as if you posters don't want the rest of us to visit Minneapolis


I won't go for the same reason I usually avoid Massachusetts and Mississippi.  Spelling.
 
2017-04-15 12:59:42 PM  
I live in Los Angeles and all I can find are flavorless, butterless, miserable vegetable-shortening croissants.
 
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