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Offered without commentary:

@minnesotabrown will be visiting Cherry tomorrow to talk politics and social media
— Kristen Cooper (@cherrytech) January 29, 2013

@cherrytech Before return to alma mater, I demand amnesty on matters pertaining to the beaver cartoon published in the school paper in 1997.
— Aaron Brown (@minnesotabrown) January 29, 2013

@minnesotabrown @cherryprincipal Mr. Carey will have to do that. I’ll push for a full pardon of all HS actions, just in case…
— Kristen Cooper (@cherrytech) January 29, 2013

@cherrytech @minnesotabrown I would need to see the cartoon before any action is taken
— Mr. Carey (@Cherryprincipal) January 29, 2013

@cherryprincipal @cherrytech You might find it in the dusty folder marked A. Brown’s PERMANENT RECORD in the top right drawer of your desk.
— Aaron Brown (@minnesotabrown) January 29, 2013

@cherryprincipal @cherrytech There are many anatomic words that would be funny if said by a Clip Art cartoon beaver. This was one such word.
— Aaron Brown (@minnesotabrown) January 29, 2013

@minnesotabrown @cherrytech seems we must have left that in the old building before it went down. Looks like you are clear
— Mr. Carey (@Cherryprincipal) January 29, 2013

@cherryprincipal @cherrytech Excellent. That is good news. I am looking forward to returning to (new) old Cherry High tomorrow.
— Aaron Brown (@minnesotabrown) January 29, 2013

More on this tomorrow.

Comments

  1. I would ask Mr. Carey when the Lady Tigers are gonna get their due on the sign out front (State Champions, 1-A Softball, 2012). Not sure why this bothers me, but it does.

  2. To his credit, Mr. Carey has the softball triumph listed prominently in his Twitter bio. But yes, I think it should be on the sign. I also think they should get that damn new electronic sign up off the ground.

  3. Our long regional nightmare is over: the sign has been updated.

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