by Duluth News Tribune
October 5, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
A beaming Rod Raymond took a look at Ken Buehler and came to a realization after the auction of the Endion Station in Canal Park on Friday.
Tags: Business, Canal Park, downtown, Duluth, lakewalk 8 Comments »
Rod, John Denver called, he want’s his hairdo back.
Hot debate. What do you think? 22 11
I, for one, am glad he won. He has a track record of business acumen. Ken Buehler on the other hand has acumen in asking for other people for money for his projects.
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Did Rod hit on any young girls there?
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Deemer, that’s right, this is the same guy that was accused of sexual harassment buy many young women that were attending UMD. RR must be like the Phoenix and has risen from the ashes, priceless!
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Here is the official UMD report…
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Deemer and Beebe, give the guy a break. He’s open minded, but mis-understood individual.
He done much for Duluth, he opened the Fitgers Brewhouse, Duluth’s truly first gay establishment, inspite of what other bars may claim. He’s always been a supporter of our Pride Parades and events. He’s always been there for us. He’s an asset to the Twin Ports.
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Let he who is without guilt cast the first stone.
Ugh – ugly comments remarkably personal in nature should be deleted by the moderators. Come on, try to be civil in your remarks for a little while anyway.
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It really doesn’t matter whether people like him or not. He’s willing to invest in Duluth and has a proven track record of owning/running sucessful businesses in the city and that’s really all that matters.
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