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Video Vault: Let Larry Spooner go home!

For the love of man, St. Paul lawmmakers, let Vikings super-fan Larry Spooner go home. He's been camped out at the Capitol since Friday, awaiting the make-or-break Vikings stadium vote. He sums it up best in this all-in-caps Friday Facebook entry: "TAILGATING AT CAPITOL STARTING AT 3 TODAY, TILL IT'S APPROVED, OR THEY MOVE, PURPLE UP AND COME SUPPORT THE VIKINGS, TAKE MONDAY OFF FOR SURE!!!!!"
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For the love of man, St. Paul lawmmakers, let Vikings super-fan Larry Spooner go home. He's been camped out at the Capitol since Friday, awaiting the make-or-break Vikings stadium vote.

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