Minnesota turns 153 today: Still the hippest, gayest, most bike-friendliest state around!
Today is the 153rd anniversary of Minnesota.
On May 11, 1858, our hunk of land was shaved from the eastern half of what was then-called "the Minnesota Territory" and admitted as the 32nd state in the nation.
For an old lady, Minnesota remains quite hip, as we learned this week.
Minnesota is the Most Hipster state in the nation.
Minnesota is the Most Bike Friendly state in the nation.
Minnesota is the New Gayest state in the nation.
And here's 50 reasons why it's great to live here!
So here's to you, Minnesota: keep on truckin'. Or gay biking.
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