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If you stepped outside your mid-January, Netflix-addled cave recently you probably heard something about Minnesota Vikings kicker Blair Walsh, and his devastating botched attempt at taking home the W last weekend against the Seattle Seahawks. To put it lightly, it was an unanticipated moment of sheer unfettered insanity.


A 27-yard-attempt miss. Nobody saw that coming. Check out this absurd compilation of fan reactions from both ends of the spectrum:


Anyways following all that madness, a first-grade class wrote a collection of encourage letters to Blair Walsh to cheer the saddened soul up. He responded in pretty much the best and most gracious way possible by visiting the kids today at Northpoint Elementary School in Blaine, Minnesota.


The children passed along advice in their letters like, 'you are handsome,' and 'everyone makes mistakes sometimes. One time I made a mistake when I was doing a cartwheel.'


Cartwheels are tough as fu*k though, so totally understand on that account. Suffice to say, all parties involved were feeling seven kinds of thankful. Keep your head up Walsh!

All Kinds Of Wrong Minnesota Politics As Unusual Tony Cornish - 4789324544
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This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Minnesota's Republican-led House of Representatives decided last night to follow up the controversial decision to allow anti-gay "nu-metal minister" Bradlee Dean's to recite Friday's opening prayer with a vote in favor of putting a constitutional same-sex marriage ban on the state's 2012 ballot.

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Rhetorical Question of the Day: Testifying at yesterday's hearing on a proposed same-sex marriage ban, Minnesota state Rep. Steve Simon (DFL-Hopkins/St. Louis Park) asked his colleagues to ponder the possibility that God may just be A-OK with gay people. "How many more gay people does God have to create," Simon inquired, "before we ask ourselves whether or not God actually wants them around?"

Sadly, Rep. Simon's words fell on deaf ears, and the House Civil Law Committ