Minneapolis-to-Hattiesburg Flight Sets Off More Brett Favre Hysteria

It took about 24 hours to go from Brett Favre being released to full-on Favre-to-Vikings speculation hysteria, complete with items like this gem from Florio:

It probably means nothing.

But, let’s face it, Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport is hardly a major hub of transportation.

Only five flights arrived there today, and only six departed.

One of the arrivals came from Minneapolis, and one of the departures headed back there.

The plane from Minneapolis arrived at 9:11 a.m. local time, and left at 4:14 p.m. local time.

It probably has nothing to do with one of the more famous residents of Hattiesburg.  After all, he’s retired from playing football, and he has no intention of coming back.

As it turns out, there was no m********king Favre on that m********king plane, just Target executives, according to WTMJ in Milwaukee.  Maybe they flew down there to meet Favre about some big new endorsement deal.  Maybe they just wanted a ride on his tractor.  Or maybe, impossible as it may seem, the trip had nothing whatsoever to do with Favre.

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