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MSP Magazine: Things to be very afraid of in 2012

In response to the Star Tribune's recent list of "12 Things to Look Forward to in 2012", MSP Magazine has come out with their own list for 2012: Things to be very afraid of in 2012.
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In response to the Star Tribune's recent list of "12 Things to Look Forward to in 2012", MSP Magazine has come out with their own list for 2012: Things to be very afraid of in 2012.

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