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Hawaii Similiar to Minnesota?

From the Honolulu Advertiser:

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Robert J. Jones, a candidate for University of Hawai'i president, says there are a lot of similarities between his home state of Minnesota and Hawai'i. Not really. Their state bird is the mosquito and ours is the middle finger.

And the quote of the week ... from Honolulu Symphony board member Valerie Ossipoff at the orchestra's final performance of the year: "The musicians and staff of the Honolulu Symphony have been working without pay for nearly three months. Who do you know who could, or would, do that?" That was the cue for legislators in the audience to stare at their shoes.

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