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Following the debate

January 26, 2014

Rodney Arnold, Sawyer I have been following with interest the debate between the State Fair Board and the Ward Country Historical Society. My grandfather was Joseph E. Stoa from Carpio....

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Jan-26-14 5:51 PM

NO one is saying to burn or destroy anything from the historical socity. They are asking to more it. People are against moving it. Iguess they want more destroyed by future floods.

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Jan-26-14 11:00 AM

We have to get rid of these historically relevant buildings and erect more ugly chain link fence that looks like a minimum security prison and not have an aesthetically pleasing perimeter and a beautiful fairgrounds like it once was. That is exactly what we want, one ugly place to look at for another 100 years.

Now, get out of here and pay the price, you untermenschen.

The North Dakota State Fair Board needs a good piece of sound advice:

Don't kick a sleeping dog.

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Jan-26-14 10:36 AM

Very few of 'the now generation' give a hoot about history and are more concerned of their own trappings. How we got here doesn't matter, its how many benefits they can get off the sweat of their forefathers.

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Jan-26-14 9:05 AM

I suspect the Fair Boards comments would be something like "The world is changing" or... "Who wants to look at that old crap"....

They trat the old buildings pretty much like the Now generation and our current Government administration treats the old people..

Like the old folks.. the buildings cosy money to maintain.. they are in the way and they do not contribute financially so do away with them.

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