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Fond du Lac Follies – An abscess in my arse or painful memories

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This is the 21st year the Fond du Lac Follies has appeared in print. Once again let us all gather around and sing together. Happy Birthday to it, Happy Birthday to it. Happy Birthday Dear Follies, Happy Birthday to it.....or Mino-dibishkam to it, Mino-Dibishkam to it, Mino-dibishkam dear Follies, Happy Birthday to it. There, don’t you feel better? I certainly do.

That comes out to 252 columns, if you can’t find something to laugh about in there, can’t find something to think about or whine about perhaps you should read elsewhere. Maybe even write something yourself? The first 12 years of the Follies will be coming out in the form of a book. It is called the Distilled Follies and will be published by the Minnesota Historical Society Press. The publication date is expected to be in January or February of 2011.

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