© Mike Hazard
Richard Miller © Mike Hazard

A RENOWNED RECYCLER with a long history of community service, Richard Miller writes parking tickets as part of his job as Building Service Assistant for the Minnesota Historical Society.
Did you know attendance jumped from 600,000 to over a million after they started charging an entrance fee? “When it is free, it has no value. When you pay, you pay attention.”

Lovely Richard, Meter Man Lovely Richard, Meter Man Lovely Richard, Meter Man Nothing can come between us.

“The majordomo of the MHS, it is a little-known fact that Richard Miller has not aged a single day since 1975. I know because I was there then,” notes historian Bruce White. “He looks the same as before. Only the rest of us have aged.”

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