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Old 11-01-2012, 11:02 AM   #2151 (permalink)
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I'm glad the lake is there. Keeps those cheese eating rednecks away from us. Look what they did to the yoopers.
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Old 11-01-2012, 12:23 PM   #2152 (permalink)
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I'm glad the lake is there. Keeps those cheese eating rednecks away from us. Look what they did to the yoopers.
Sabatoa, i was always under the impression that the whole North Dakota, Minnesota, Yooper thing had more to do with the Canucks up north, eh?
Downch'a kno' there, Eh? Cookukkoo Kookookuckoo!!!!! (Lousy hoser's!!!)
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Old 11-01-2012, 01:18 PM   #2153 (permalink)
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eh, it's all the same.

My family are yoopers. Escanaba. They're split between Lion fans and Green Bay fans.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:38 PM   #2154 (permalink)
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Sabatoa, i was always under the impression that the whole North Dakota, Minnesota, Yooper thing had more to do with the Canucks up north, eh?
Downch'a kno' there, Eh? Cookukkoo Kookookuckoo!!!!! (Lousy hoser's!!!)
I think it has more to do with the massive Scandi influence/heritage. Canucks are a breed all their own, of course, but most of the people up there in the UP, MN, northern WI and ND are like, basically Swedish/Norwegian/Finnish
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I think it has more to do with the massive Scandi influence/heritage. ...most of the people up there in the UP, MN, northern WI and ND are like, basically Swedish/Norwegian/Finnish
Hmm, that actually makes sense. I can c how Yerrrndee Berrrgginn Flonnnndee Flerrrrgin,.. Could transform into whatever it is "Dah Yoooper's" Up dehr speak!!! It doesn't really sound like it's got much of a "Frog" influence to it!

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I think it has more to do with the massive Scandi influence/heritage. Canucks are a breed all their own, of course, but most of the people up there in the UP, MN, northern WI and ND are like, basically Swedish/Norwegian/Finnish

Yep. Lotta toe-heads up there (blonde). Hancock is the only city in the country, I believe, that has street signs in both English and Finnish. And I think there is a radio show or a newspaper up there that is the longest running Finnish newspaper outside of Europe. Something like that.
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Old 11-01-2012, 10:31 PM   #2157 (permalink)
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Flying Fish turds are being eaten by sleepy Polar Bears. Now the Polar Bears are pooing the Flying Fish turds. So wtf are we supposed to call it now?
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I'm yooper by residence, not birth at least xD
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Looks like Ski Brule is the first one opening up this season, starting tomorrow kinda.
Ski Brule is open for early season riding on November 3 & 4.
Tickets are $15. Available terrain includes Bunny Trail (beginner with rails & boxes) serviced by Bambi Rope Tow and Log Jam (intermediate) serviced by Big Bear Chairlift. Lifts will operate 10-4:00 Nov. 3 & 4.

Tickets will be FREE on our advertised opening date of November 9. Tickets are required and available at Bearís Den Pro Shop. Lifts will operate 9-4:00 on November 9-11. Tickets are $20 on November 10-11. Ski Brule is open November 3 & 4, closed November 5-8 for snowmaking, open November 9-11, closed November 12-15 for snowmaking and open daily through
late April beginning November 16.
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