I recently completed a temporary job as a census taker. Sure, I had to deal with assorted cranks and malcontents. But overall I found the people of Minneapolis to be very friendly and helpful. Young or old, rich or poor, tenant or landlord -- with few exceptions, everyone was glad to do their civic duty and cooperate. Thank you, good citizens. See you in 10 years!
NONE ESSKOERT, MINNEAPOLIS
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