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I prefer the Minnesota version. Although, being from MN I may be biased. They manage to make fun of being from MN while actually making it look like fun. I mean, I like to fish. Not so much for the spam though.
"I'll eat up all your crackers and your licorice."
I do love how those "cosmopolitan" hoks bust ISU for being an ag school day in and day out but most of their video is out in a corn field.
Looks like they forgot to find a good tavern location in Mt. Pleasant to represent the other major part of their demographic.
Actually, it's funny, if you listen to their morning show one of the hosts has been getting on her case since almost all of the back-up girls (station interns) in the video are actually U of I students from Chicago.
When I worked in Cedar Rapids I'd listen to 102.9 occaisionally and the Clare girl seen in the video is the reason I stopped. Right around the second Twilight movie coming out all they did was talk about those damn books and movies. Anyway that was pretty terrible, although I will say the rapper kid actuall had some talent in that he didn't sound terrible like most amature rappers.
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