How do you make a governor disappear?
When it's Gov. Mark Dayton, you put a hat and sun-glasses on him and he can pass by unnoticed.
Sounds simple but your Hot Disher has seen it work. With the camouflage no one seems to notice him; without it, people approach.
See him donning his disguise so he could rush to his next appointment at the Minnesota State Fair on Thursday, through this Vine video:
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