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MN Blog Cabin Roundup: 2/10

This week: Caucusing in Minnesota, more stadium plans and more stadium plan critiques, another look at gaydar.

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Caucusing in Minnesota

from Wide White by Joey

The meeting was led by a really nice guy who at one point spent 15 minutes talking about the importance of brevity in any conversation and debate. So that was fun.

New Brighton Precinct 1, HD50B (for now)

from Mr. Dilettante’s Neighborhood by Mr. D

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To be honest, I don’t suspect that either Santorum or Paul will be the eventual nominee, but I’m reasonably certain that both of them would ultimately like to move Romney closer to their respective agendas. The problem is that there’s not a lot of overlap there.

Could You Vote for Someone Who Wears Sacred Undergarments?

from Theoblogy by Tony Jones

…the question that Romney will have to answer: Are you a literalist in your reading of the Book of Mormon? Thus far, I haven’t heard him answer that question.

Can a Vikings Stadium Fit to the East of the Metrodome? #wilfare

from The Deets by Ed Kohler

How does one fit an NFL stadium to the east of the Metrodome? I’m trying to figure that out.

Tilting at Stadiums: McDonalds vs. the Vikings And Other Observations

from Thoughtful Bastards by Paul Udstrand

When considering subsidies for something like an NFL franchise it’s important to look at the team itself as a business entity and compare it with others that have gotten or may request subsidies

The Thomas Theorem — Another Look at Gaydar

from Good as Gay by Jacob Woods

…looking at the results of the study, it would be a stretch to think that gaydar should be used at all. It is a pretty unsophisticated tool. If it were my speedometer, I would be getting it fixed up immediately. I just don’t like the results.

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