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Xeni Jardin at 4:46 pm Wed, Nov 24, 2010
"Have you seen him?," photographed in Minneapolis, MN, and contributed to the Boing Boing Flickr Pool by BB reader Phil Jones (website).
Well it’s Ninth and Hennepin
All the doughnuts have names that sound like ninjas
Yeah, uptown is overrun with those Turtle bastards.
I freaking love this town.
On the downside, you Minneapolites have permasnow. On the upside, you have cheap-ass banh mi, winter cyclists, and NINJAS, which might be the same thing as the winter cyclists.
Don’t forget about the amazing, magical summers.
I saw him. He was buying a cucumber at the wedge. He thought no one noticed.
Ah-ooo, Ninjas of Minneapolis.
It does really raise the question. How do those Ninja shoes do on ice. My Vibram five fingers struggle.
Thats one thing about living in Minneapolis I never could stomach…all the damn Ninjas.
How’d they get the picture?
Studies have shown that you’re never more than three feet away from a ninja.
Son of “Animal Chin”?
@10 (neon tooth):
… and here’s the video.
Thanks Anon (13)! Made my morning!
I don’t care. Ninjas bore me.
(oh my god…….. I’m scared now)……
Zombies and vampires bore me.
They bore you whence?
He’s going to need a better ninja jacket.
Nope. Haven’t seen him.
Oh, wait… there he iHAAAGGGHHrrrkkk…
uummm… is that… ya thats… no… wait… is it??? ya it is… its my brother… ummm… i think his name is… JOSH??? no… wait its… MIKE!!!
i’m not dead, and i see that guy every three hours with my latest copy of cheekbone magazine.
OH NO IT MUST BE A TERRORIST! CALL THE COPS!
I recognize this guy from the dojo:
it’s Al Kata.
We get a ninja or two at least once a week! That’s just par for the course for Minneapolis. Didn’t anyone tell you that we are the ninja capital of the world?
Yarr! Pirates are STILL way drunker than ninjas…