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Medora Musical Rated Most Over-Hyped Attraction In ND Because It Truly Sucks

Abhor It. Avoid It. Medora!

Medora, ND – If you’re planning on attending the Medora Musical in Western North Dakota, you obviously have not done your homework.

The FM Observer rates the Medora Musical the most over-hyped and under-whelming attraction in the state of North Dakota.

Even if the outside temperature is perfect, this show is rated a zero on our 1-10 scale of state-wide attractions in the Rough Rider state.

But because of Algore’s Climate Change, the temperature at showtime will most likely either be way too hot or way too cold.

The FM Observer strongly advises you to go see anything else in any other part of the state rather than driving out to the middle of nowhere to see a show that would surely be gonged if it was on the Gong Show.

FMO Planning An Exciting Bus Tour Excursion For Our Readers To The Fossil Fish Festival

Join us for the Fossil Fish Festival. It’s a fun way to waste a weekend and also a great way to meet people you normally would want to avoid.

West Fargo, ND – The FMO Tour Bus is being cleaned out (from our last trip to the State Prison) for our next Reader Tour Fun Package!

Where are we going this time? To Wyoming, to see the amazing Fossil Fish Festival on February 18th!

You may ask yourself: Whyoming? Well, because that’s where the Fossil Fish Festival is being held – in Laramie, which is in the state of Wyoming, which is somewhere North of Colorado.

This will be the 30th anniversary of the designation of the wonderful fossil fish “Knightia”, who is Wyoming’s official state fossil which evolved roughly 50 million years ago!

This extinct fossil fish has served as Wyoming’s State Fossil Fish for 30 years and because it is so similar to herring, they will be serving expensive pickled herring for a nominal fee of $50 per person.

Sign up for our Fossil Fish Festival Fun Package at our Corporate Office Park.

The cost for the entire Fun Package is $999.99 which does not include any food, drinks, lodging, tips, and/or emergency medical attention.

Sign up early and often so we have enough time to do some extreme vetting into your personal life and of those who may be sitting next to you for the 36 hour round trip.

Visit Fargo’s Famous Upside Down House

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Take your frown & turn it upside down.

Fargo, ND – One of Fargo’s lesser known but more popular tourist attractions is the Upside Down House.

Executive Director Chidinma Obialo who grew up upside down says Fargo’s Upside Down House is the only one of its kind in the entire country.

Guests are encouraged to write upside down comments on the walls of the house.

The comments range from: “˙uǝǝs ɹǝʌǝ ǝʌɐɥ I ǝɔɐld dn pǝʞɔnɟ ʇsoɯ ǝɥʇ sᴉ sᴉɥʇ”

to: “˙uʍop ǝpᴉsdn ǝʌᴉl oʇ ʇuɐʍ ᴉ dn ʍoɹƃ ᴉ uǝɥʍ”

The Upside Down House is easy to find: Just go six blocks East, turn North for about a half mile, and then turn onto Upside Down Drive.