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Thu May 7, 2020, 11:27 PM

Oh boy,things are heating up along the Western Border Towns.

Jenny O Turkey has a out break in Willmar as well as Montivedio. Twin Valley in Marshall just reported their first case as per the local Newspaper.

Way to go,open up a friggin Casino with Poultry Plants infected just down the road.

BTW,Schwans in Marshall will be next. And Schwans has precautions in place,but,there work force families also work at the Turkey Plant.

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Reply Oh boy,things are heating up along the Western Border Towns. (Original post)
Wellstone ruled May 2020 OP
brewens May 2020 #1
Wellstone ruled May 2020 #2
2naSalit May 2020 #3
murielm99 May 2020 #4
MrsMatt May 9 #5
Wellstone ruled May 9 #6
MrsMatt May 11 #7
Wellstone ruled May 11 #8

Response to Wellstone ruled (Original post)

Thu May 7, 2020, 11:32 PM

1. Wait until some of these gun toating slobs get to go on diets under Trump because of

food shortages. It may be produce too before we're done if they don't take care of the people working the fields.

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Response to brewens (Reply #1)

Thu May 7, 2020, 11:57 PM

2. Going to get just plain stupid ugly in the next couple weeks

in much of the Rural Midwest. Survived the 1964 Farmer uprising against the Beef Packers in Southwestern Minny. Anything with a Packer or Meat company logo on it,got a couple bullet holes in it.

After yesterdays comments coming from a Female Judge in the Green Bay area,well they are any of our people anyway,that was a open invitation for trouble.

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Response to brewens (Reply #1)

Thu May 7, 2020, 11:58 PM

3. A lot of them don't eat real food

they ingest things like mountain Dew and cheetos and doritos and stuff that doesn't really qualify as food so there's that. But when that carp runs out, then there's gonna be a mess in their minds, crashing off a lifetime of sugar and caffeine is not gonna go well for those who don't get the virus.

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Response to 2naSalit (Reply #3)

Fri May 8, 2020, 01:16 AM

4. I have noticed that about not-food,

which is what I call it. I seldom go to the dollar store. I drive past it often, though, since it is next to my credit union. It seems there are always trucks there unloading chips, pop and other snacks. Not-food.

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Response to Wellstone ruled (Original post)

Sat May 9, 2020, 02:08 PM

5. I guess I wouldn't exactly call them border towns.

None of those cities/towns are in counties bordering another state.

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Response to MrsMatt (Reply #5)

Sat May 9, 2020, 02:17 PM

6. They are considered as such

in the Business World . Willmar and St Cloud are major Medical Service Cities. Which service Eastern South Dakota via Medical Associations. And they are essential Retail Sales Cities again serving Eastern South Dakota.

Understand your story,but,in reality,even Mankato is lumped into that category because of the major Medical Center tied to Mayo.

This pandemic is just getting started in the Western Counties. And will explode do to the lack of Facilities or Personnel to even begin to handle what is coming at them.

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Response to Wellstone ruled (Reply #6)

Mon May 11, 2020, 05:52 PM

7. Not by those who live there

I grew up near Willmar.

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Response to MrsMatt (Reply #7)

Mon May 11, 2020, 06:43 PM

8. Yes,those White Scandihoovians

have a different mind set. Have not been in Willmar since 2018 and the first thing we noticed was the major change in the make up of the town. Had to make a social call to Management acquaintance at Jennie. Things sure had changed since 2003 when we last slaved together.

And yes Rose Colored Glasses are plentiful in Kandi County.





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