Scratch that. It wasn’t peculiar. It was downright bizarre. It reminded me of how Nietzsche wrote, only the writer of this email may have been kicked in the head by a horse more than once. (The horse-kicking may be an apocryphal Nietzsche story, but the guy really did completely flip his lid and command the emperor to get shot.)
Here’s a sample:
FYI: Your Life / Your Future and more deadly " illegal " Immigration, facts!!! And note within the video linked below that it’s " BS " = all the hype / myths that all i.e. Hispanics favor " the illegal / deadly to any Society law breakers aka deadly predators!!! " And equally deadly to any Society are the Liberals-Socialists-Dopers-Anti American-Anti Societal http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sovereignty types aka DNC & GOP based: " MASTER DEMS " < i.e. Michael >; that are DEADLY self serving, with spewing the Cult Master’s propaganda = more " world deadly " garbage!!!
The immigrant / now proud AMERICAN citizen, linked below speaks for a high % of the Hispanic immigrants aka now proud to be AMERICANS!!! That do not want " Our Society / America " —> deadly trashed, thus turned into what they and our ancestors: left behind, in order to achieve " THE AMERICAN DREAM!!! " Well… AMERICAused to be a better / more safer / more freedoms / more prosperous place to work out a better: " Life!!!
I figure anything I write after this is going to look pretty good. Don’t you think?
Lately, southwest Minnesota has cropped up a lot in a variety of online locales. Here are a few instances:
An article from the Pioneer Press featuring Gary Crippen, a retired appellate judge, who happens to be the brother of former Daily Globe editor and current columnist Ray Crippen. Said Ray: "Gary was born and reared at Worthington, was a partner in the Mork law firm and then was appointed to the Court of Appeals. He lives in St. Paul."
The Minnesota Immigrant Freedom Network posted a piece about its executive director, Mariano Espinoza, who is an elected member of the board of the Worthington Area Language Academy.
MPR had a really great article about the Karen people (from Burma), and mentioned that quite a few of them have come to work in Worthington.
Finally, I definitely recommend you check out the Flickr stream of Debora Drower, who has photographed buildings throughout southwest Minnesota, showing architectural detail, old, fascinating signs and a little bit of urban-rural decay. It’ll make you give your community a second look.