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Earlier this year Museveni changed the age limit on the role of president, you can come back with worms and they enter your stomach because that is a wrong address. But how can you tell if youre living with this or if youre just not a morning person? often have depression and anxiety disorders. Nnamdi Kanu, The serving PDP senator, Minn. was airlifted to St Luke’s Hospital in DuluthThe driver of the vehicle wasn’t injured said Crow Wing County Sheriff Todd DahlThe motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of the crashThe names of the man who died and the woman injured are being withheld pending notification of family The crash remains under investigation said DahlIt’s not until you visit other states and arrive home that you really witness the difference for yourself — an inherent collection of knee-jerking niceties an almost involuntary reaction in hospitality"’Midwest nice’ means being very polite even in situations where frustration or anger could be justified" says Danella Myers digital marketing manager at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau "(It’s about) not wanting to cause conflict or create uncomfortable situations — just going with the flow"When outsiders visit the area they’re quick to point out the differences they witness between our area and the rest of the country"One of the main things people mention when they come to the Visitors Center is how clean our city is and how friendly everyone has been during their trip to the area" says Danni Riley center manager "I would say that 9 out of 10 visitors will comment on how many friendly people they have met during their travels around the Midwest We humbly say that we hear that all the time"Among the obvious niceties here are 13 signs you live in the Midwest1 Everything is shareable but the last sliceWhether eating out or ordering pizza in the dish is devoured up until the last piece when everyone becomes reserved regardless of their ravenous hunger It’s common knowledge: no one takes the last slice of pizza or anything shareable for that matter (ie breadsticks cookies cake — always wasted in the name of kindness)2 You call soda ‘pop’"Soda" sounds totally formal And "Coke" We know that as Coca-Cola which does not refer to all kinds of pop "Pop" on the other hand is catchy and short just the way we like itOur area is also known for accentuated vowels especially the "o" and "a" Known as monophthongs you’ll hear the distinction in words like "Minnesooota" "boooat" and "baaag"3 You wave at anyone who passes"Hey How are ya" you yell out the window as you drive down an extra wide Main Street If it’s not a wave you’re giving passing cars the infamous head nod Even if you don’t recognize the other driver you still politely smile — you never know whose niece or grandson it could be 4 You apologize for everythingRight in line with other Midwestern niceties one character flaw that’s evident in many locals is the tendency to over-apologizeYou already have plans tonight: "I’m sorry Are you sure that’s OK""I’m so sorry I’m late for work I was in a car accident"Someone else bumps into you: "Oh excuse me I’m so sorry"You apologize for everything — even when it’s not your fault5 You have a fit when there’s a line anywhereIn small town America cover charges are rare but acceptable A line outside the bar A guest limit Now that’s just asking too much6 Forty degrees is considered warmAny temperature above freezing is borderline shorts weather — everybody strips down shedding winter layers in exchange for warm sunshine on their skin"Many visitors will ask about how cold it gets here or how much snow usually falls in a year" Riley says "We try to make it sound as pleasant as possible without stretching the truth — ‘Well it has been warmer these past couple years than in the past’ or ‘You just need a really nice coat’ or my favorite ‘The snowfall isn’t too bad it’s mostly the wind’ "And summer Summer (and 85-degree weather) is welcomed always7 You let other drivers pull out in front of youThe highway is a dog-eat-dog world anywhere else but if you see another car trapped in a driveway parking spot or left-hand turn lane you’re instantly Mother Teresa What goes around comes back around and your Midwest niceties ought to pay off someday (or at least the next time you’re stuck)8 You make small talk with strangersWhether in an elevator on the street or in a public bathroom you believe life’s too short to ignore your neighbor Besides it’s a small world We all know each other here right9 A ‘farmer’s permit’ is unusually necessaryEven if you’re not a farmer all you need is a bail of hay or bag of feed in the back of the truck and you’re set for the road Around 14 and 15 the only thing you can’t do is get into the R-rated movie with your date10 You walk on ice-covered lakesMidwest winters call for creativity (and a hefty winter coat) You grew up riding shotgun in your dad’s pickup to the middle of the lake to catch some fish The best advice he ever gave you "Unbuckle your seat belt and roll down your window" Why Daddy "In case we go in"11 Your parents still own a landline"Somebody get the phone" Mom begs Absolutely not If someone was trying to get ahold of you they’d call your cell phone Who uses a home phone these days anyway As tradition would have Mom just won’t give it up(Although the opportunity to take the phone "off the hook" when you’re sick of being bothered is always a nice feature)12 Grain silos are more prevalent than skyscrapersEven in Fargo the tallest building is the 207-foot 18-floor Radisson hotel Skyscrapers are nonexistent but grain solos are prevalent In fact North Dakota is so agriculture-infatuated they built the capitol to look like a grain elevator"Another thing that many visitors will comment on is how wide open the plains and fields are and how you can see for miles" Riley says "People from more mountainous areas will comment on how beautiful our sunrises and sunsets are here because of how much of the sky you can see"13 Your trends are 25 years behind mainstreamOmbre What’s that Have you seen those new pants They call them skinny jeans Chokers Those were so ’90s Are you telling me they’re back inIn the Midwest our way of life may be different but we prefer it that waym. Smith told the officer he was at a park behind the T-Lofts apartments when he saw two males he believed were responsible for another assault the night before. 31.

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