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Dunk Dietz

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Here's your chance to Dunk Fishing Minnesota's very own Dietz Dittrich! Dietz will be sitting in the Dunk Tank for Lindstrom's Karl Oskar Days this SUNDAY, 12:30-1:00.

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thats news to me, to bad i didn't play baseball

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They should make people cast a jig and pig or a spinnerbait at the target.

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Dan there's no need to have played baseball. It's almost a sure hit he'll go down for all who give a try.

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I wonder how much a plane ticket would cost from CNY?

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protill- why would you post this on FM.. LMAO!.. dude, you kill me! tongue.gifgrin.gif

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Because, I'm sure there are a number of guys out there that wouldn't mind seeing good ole Deitz getting a litte wet on their part.

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