It'd Be Best To Go Hang
Around The Upper Midwest

Tully Rohrer

October 5th, 2006

This is probably the last shot of the Stone Arch Bridge and the Mill District of Minneapolis I will ever post. I post it as a tribute to my Minnesota Twins that are rolling over and dying in the playoffs after fighting like champions to get there. If you can’t win with Santana in the Metrodome, you might as well let Oakland walk over you and get some rest so they can give the *^&#)@ Yankees a run for their money. I hate the freaking Yankees. Come on Twins, pull it off in five…

I see the pattern here.. back a loser and see what becomes of you. You backed the Red Sox and look where they are. In fact they bought you the ticket to Minneapolis. Set your sights higher dude, and enjoy the ride - your aura is cloudy like your photo, remember positive vibes always win

Derek — October 5th, 2006

Beautiful B&W image!!!

tetsuOctober 5th, 2006

Don’t worry, the Tigers did their part today!

Annie — October 5th, 2006

First of all, Tulls, the image is beautiful. I love the balance of hte greyscale and I love that the part of the bridge we can see stops short of the edge of the frame on both sides.
Second of all, DEREK, the yankees blow, and rooting for them is evil. The red sox had their day, they are allowed to take a few years off. Any team playing against Annie’s rad Tigers, especially one with A-Rod on its roster, is going to blow it. Go Twins.

Becky — October 5th, 2006

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