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North Dakota is a Canadian province with a socialist state government that operates such communistic abominations as cooperative farmer's banks and collective state-run grain elevators, and more recently, a huge government-subsidized welfare program of ethanol production. These communist experiments have led to an agricultural crisis on the level of that in North Korea. North Dakota and North Korea have recently been engaged in talks regarding a possible merger of the two states into a new state, which will simply be called "North".
E-85 is far cheaper than gasoline in North Dakota, whereas the opposite is usually the case in most other U.S. states.
Why not Minot? Freezin's the reason.
On November 1, 1889, residents of the Dakota Territories became fiercely jealous of all the hooplah that occurred during the Civil war about the south seceding from the Union. In response to the attention the newspapers gave to the incident that occurred over 25 years earlier, the people of the Dakotas decided to have their own civil war. After a bitter battle of beer pong, on November 2, 1889 at 1:28 am (two minutes prior to last call), the two Dakotas parted ways and separated into the two provinces of North Dakota and South Dakota.
Notable cultural touchstones involving Dakotans of the North
- The notorious anti-Christian, anti-American, leftist radio propagandist Ed Schultz is from Fargo, North Dakota.
- The Brothers Coen made an alternative/mainstream crossover movie called Fargo, which primarily takes place in the snowy wastelands of, surprise, Minnesota.
- Without North Dakota, there would probably be a severe world shortage of spaghetti. Lotsa durum wheat there.
- Located, strangely enough, in the United States.
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