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Once called the "Stephen Fry of Museum Blogging," this tumblog, written by a frustrated museologist, is dedicated to the small, random museums and weird attractions of the world. Always informative, usually funny, sometimes offensive.

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On a somewhat “lighter” note from yesterday’s headache-inducing post (kind of the reason why I stopped talking during grad school seminars), let’s turn our full attention to the Woodchipper Exhibit at the Fargo, ND visitors center. Fargo is one of my favorite films, so I am quite excited to find out there is a display full of movie memorabilia, which includes the original movie prop wood chipper. Watch this clip if you don’t know what the hell I’m talking about. (“And I guess that was your accomplice in the wood chipper.”)

So if you’re looking for family fun good times with the wife and kids, then you know where to go. Put on your favorite lumberjack hat, stand next to a wood chipper with a fake foot sticking out of it, and do your best cheesy Japanese tourist pose. This is, like, totally the thing to do. You might win “Dad of the Year” like this guy. Of course there is a facebook page with bazillions of more photos of people posing with America’s favorite wood chipper. If you haven’t seen the film, what are you waiting for? It gets better with multiple viewings. I promise.