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Crickets escape, overrun home of Washington Post writer who ripped Minnesota then moved here

Not a chirp from the writer who ripped Minnesota, until now.
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Remember the Washington Post reporter who ripped Minnesota from afar, only to visit the Land of 10,000 Lakes and love it so much that he actually moved here?

Yeah, that guy. His name is Christopher Ingraham, and he called Red Lake County in northwest Minnesota "America's worst place to live" in a 2016 column. Then visited, loved it, and moved his entire family there. 

He currently resides near Red Lake Falls. It's been about two years since he started enjoying Minnesota, but just recently someone, or something actually, started chirping at him. 

Behold, Ingraham's unbelievable thread on Twitter telling a story of how he ordered a box of crickets that somehow escaped and scattered about his home. 

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Ingraham also turned his experience into a story for the Washington Post, which you can read right here

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