In the dead of winter, many Midwesterners may feel tempted to leave the frozen tundra they call home. But it's not always a good idea.
Back in 1892, a Minnesota state senator decided to leave for the warmer climes of Los Angeles. As the Los Angeles Herald points out, he learned a lot on his big adventure:
1) He thought it was a good idea to leave Minnesota
2) The warmth of LA made him feel alive
3) But he started having too much fun with his new friends...
4) Soon he called the cops on them
5) But his wallet turned out to be lost, not stolen. He felt bad...
6) And he realized Minnesota was the place for him