Minnesota Baseball Fans Amazed by 'Bobblefoot'
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A minor league baseball team in St. Paul, Minnesota, has a twist on the bobblehead. The 2,500 fans at yesterday's game got a bobblefoot. It's a plastic model of a bathroom stall with a bobbling, tapping foot peeking out from under it. The team plays near the Twin Cities airport where Senator Larry Craig was arrested on a sex sting. But they say it wasn't a reference to the wide stance - just honoring National Tap Dance Day.
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