5 Thoughts on “St. Paddy’s & Politics

  1. The D@ily Spin on March 18, 2018 at 12:55 pm said:

    Very entertaining. Put together well. Theresa looked good. I thought of a few words to describe the Huether years; Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organization (RICO).

  2. I love Stehly’s Lincoln. Although, it does rekindle memories of Kim Jong-Il’s funeral: 😉


    At 02:08, the pro-life vehicle is a ’38 Chevy Suburban. I didn’t know they made them that far back. I thought they started them in the 50s. I talked to the owner about it….. They are good people, and good Democrats, with a cool and unique “SUV,” but the wrong position… (I wonder if they had trouble getting it out of reverse?)

    And I see that at 08:15, Opie was trying to hug the Stehly vote. I didn’t know that local citizen activism mixed well with PUC corporate interests, EB5, and GEARUP, huh?

    And where was the TenHaken footage, or did I just miss it?….. Man, I was hoping he was going to wear that “jacket” to the parade. 🙁

  3. Oh, I forgot to mention. Was that Lincoln following Stehly suppose to symbolize power, authority, and class, as well as the ambitions of Stehly? Or, was it merely a glass tinted Lincoln filled with Legacy investors who are keeping a close eye on her?

  4. scott on March 18, 2018 at 1:41 pm said:

    i think the only one who calls him “mayor mike” is himself.

  5. The 39th Annual Sioux Falls St. Patrick’s Day Parade was held on March 17, 2018. It wasn’t the drunken fun of the 1st one all those years back. Cameraman Bruce actually was part of a drinker’s brigade that year, but that’s another story we’ll discuss later.

    This year, Theresa Stehly asked your cameraman to catch the action from the front seat of a sweet 1979 Lincoln Collector’s Series TownCar. Not wanting to miss the fun by just watching, here are about 100 photos and short videos for you to remember the march up Phillips Ave. Maybe you’ll find your friends and family somewhere in it.

    Congratulations to those who are carrying on Sylvia Henkin’s Jewish dream of an Irish celebration. She often said to your cameraman how proud she was of this event. Listen to the interview Sylvia did with the National Public Radio Show Marketplace in 2013 here: https://www.marketplace.org/2013/09/06/economy/american-futures/grand-ol-dame-sioux-falls#.UipsjRzufkg.facebook We agree with Sylvia, “If you can’t have fun, to hell with it.”

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