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Paul Bunyan flash mob

A group of more than 50 people donned red and black flannel shirts, blue jeans and a black marker mustache to pay tribute to the most famous figures in downtown Bemidji, Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. The flash mob worked its way through an art fair to the statues and then froze in place once they got there. The event was organized by soon-to-be radio station KBXE. (Hat tip: MinnesotaBrown)

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