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Write for me capstone of nursing do my business capstone client application sas web report studio dynamic filter in excel with one boat for every six residents this state is the boating capital of America that should come as no surprise for a place that's known as the land of 10,000 lakes greetings from Minnesota the 32nd state admitted to the Union on may 11th 1858 with five million people it is the twenty-first most populous state we're a state of good enough people good for all reasonable purposes we're a modest people were ferociously modest we may be the most modest we may be number one in modesty in America why so modest the winter weather is almost certainly a factor after all it's hard to be arrogant when you're freezing and the land of 10,000 lakes can get cold very very cold in fact the Twin Cities metropolis of Minneapolis st. Paul is considered the coldest major urban area in the United States and one of the coldest in the world in January the average daily high hovers around 22 degrees I used to live in Siberia for a while and there are days when I'll check the weather and it turns out it's warmer in Siberia it is in Minnesota you walk down the street with your hands stuck down deep in your pocket and your face is all red and there's stuff coming out of your nose and it's a magnificent time of year I'm sorry that people can't have it everywhere in the country the silver lining in all this frigidity is architectural innovation the roof of the climate-controlled Metro dome is essentially a giant teflon-coated fiberglass baggie which needs 250,000 cubic feet of air pressure per minute to stay inflated when it was completed in 1981 the dome was the world's largest multi-use air supported Stadium the chilly weather also inspired the nation's first and closed shopping mall that opened in Edina Minnesota way back in 1956 six years later the famed Skyway system was built in Minneapolis providing more than eight miles of enclosed walkways with 63 enclosed bridges Criss crossing 80 downtown blocks I do like the cold weather but the problem is is that when you have to go to court or you have to go to a business meeting and you have your nice shoes on you can't walk out on the dirty snowy ground or you're going to mess up your shoes so you have to have a clean place to walk for escaping the cold however nothing quite compares with the Mall of America in Bloomington 4.2 million square feet 520 retail outlets and a 7 acre amusement park all under one roof believe it or not the mall is largely unheated but always comfortably warm thanks to skylights electric fixtures and the body heat of roughly 40 million visitors a year on any given day we have so many people at Mall of America that we're actually the third largest city in the state of Minnesota by population we have everything you might find in a city we have our own police precinct office we have our own post office and we have our own church here at the mall Minnesota's name actually comes from a Sioux Indian word meaning water that reflects the sky not surprising for a state with 10,000 lakes and the Mississippi River Minnesota's Twin Cities were built on the Mississippi River st. Paul was the head of riverboat transportation on the Mississippi River and Minneapolis was built at st. Anthony Falls where the sawmills initially and then flour mills were able to get water power from the river the river also provided excellent transport from Minnesota's early timber industry which attracted many northern European settlers with logging backgrounds by the 1880s 71 percent of Minnesota's non-native population was first or second generation European half of the newcomers were Scandinavians attracted by a climate and geography reminiscent of their northern homes for a handful of Minnesotans today home is so far north that it's actually in Canada it's the only u.s. land apart from Alaska that exists above the 49th parallel known as the Northwest angle this geographic anomaly is the result of a mapping error made right after the American Revolution which determined the border between the United States and Canada a few years ago there was a move by the people up there to secede from Minnesota and the United States to become part of Canada that was a kind of a ploy on their part to get better treatment in terms of both taxes and fishing rights all twelve people wanted to seed about 200 miles away in Northeast Minnesota you'll find the state's economic life source where black gold means or not oil the iron ore veins of the Mesabi Range were discovered in the late 19th century mining went into full swing in the 1890s and the industry there resulted mined high-grade soft or that could be readily mined and this became the leading source of iron which was used to produce steel in the US but in the 1950s the deposits of high-grade ore were almost completely exhausted so a team at the University of Minnesota developed a technique that would allow the extraction of ore from lower grade rock called taconite which was previously discarded as waste taconite is a hard rock similar to Flint that it also contains a significant amount of iron the taconite or in Minnesota is about one-third iron and process developed at the University of Minnesota is able to double the iron content of the or to about two-thirds this new process saved Minnesota's mining industry since the year 2000 the Mesabi Range taconite mines have provided 2/3 of the iron used to build American cars ships homes and bridges Minnesota's business and industrial community is fueled by one of the most highly educated populations in America Minnesotans also display a great appreciation for the Arts Minneapolis for instance boasts more theaters per capita than any other city outside New York this love of culture extends to radio in 2005 residents donated millions of dollars to Minnesota Public Radio whose programming reaches around the globe that success is due in large part to one of Minnesota's most prominent and recognizable citizens Garrison Keillor you know it's not like I picked out Minnesota from you know a selection of states or or conducted a cost-benefit analysis I'm born here Garrison Keillor came to work for Minnesota Public Radio in 1969 as a classical music announcer we hired him because he had a good voice and he could pronounce all of the names of the composer's on a classical radio station a trip by Keeler to the Grand Old Opry radio broadcast in Nashville Tennessee proved inspirational he went to Nashville sat in the Ryman Auditorium watched the Opry came back and he said I'd like to try to do that I'd like to have a live radio broadcast you're listening to a Prairie Home Companion coming to you live from the Fitzgerald theater here in downtown st. Paul we did a radio broadcast in 1974 July the 6th in front of about 20 people in the audience not all of them stayed until the end I've never modeled clothing before in my life who said you'd be wearing clothing mister Noir today a Prairie Home Companion is broadcast over 580 stations worldwide more than four million listeners tune in each week for music stories and characters with a distinct Minnesota flavor it's been a quiet week and Lake Wobegon my hometown out on the edge Farren the one thing people should know about Minnesota you shouldn't come unless you're prepared to stay it's that good you do my research paper on creative intelligence Hobart and William Smith Colleges.