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Everything posted by SiouxSherm94

  1. That's part of his job; try not to feed the fire here. The guys were down and out last night quite clearly. They'll come back with fire tonight and hopefully make it a wash.
  2. Good to have 25 and 26 back. Making their impact early. And there’s the goal.
  3. Great read again Dave, as usual. 6 points for the good guys between tonight and tomorrow! Let's go Sioux!
  4. Appears to be an issue with the app. Nothing on my end either
  5. Their fans are bizarre to say the least. Was also at that Saturday game and sitting in those rinky-dink seats behind the end-glass; two SCSU fans (heading families with young children, mind you) both got mouthy with some UND faithful and tossed before the game even started. Very one-sided and passionately unpleasant.
  6. Need a top tier team to show up this weekend. Two big ones we can't miss a step on.
  7. Great period. Glad to see the boys creating chances and playing proactively. We see this in the 3rd- no doubt we get the win tonight. Let's go fellas
  8. Man this kid is special. Size and talent remind me of Rocco. Exciting to see.
  9. Much better second period. Just need to find some twine.
  10. First thought brought me into the football mindset: defenseless and unaware. Initially appeared cheap and dirty, but after running it back a few times, it was just an unfortunate situation. Webster knew better.
  11. DC has to be less than pleased with their start. Couple of close games to start, but they got outworked last night, especially late and in the faceoff circle. It'll be a fun game to watch on Tuesday. Like you, expecting them to come with a vengeance.
  12. I'm sorry, the internet causes things to go tone deaf unless it's clear in context. Exactly what I'm trying to say. It's the same thing with its COVID response. Piss poor all around.
  13. Hope everyone's been well. Just started hearing about the topic last night and have a feeling this one is going to die slow. Definitive action from the athletic department and university, absolutely. But considering how cynical, dysfunctional and toxic of an environment that MM comes from, I would anticipate a fight from his family on some level. Really hope this opened everyone's eyes as this is a deserved gut punch. I'm proud that the university is choosing to stand strong in its decision, no matter when they were made aware.
  14. I'll shoot you a PM so we can coordinate details. Thanks, and sorry again!
  15. Sorry MM- haven't checked the website much since the season ended. I am still in to honor my order. Living in the cities. How shall we go about getting you payment and getting this completed?
  16. Get out there once a year. Fortunately (or unfortunately, whatever side of the coin you feel is best), now is not that time. It does sound awfully therapeutic, though.
  17. Ditto. Lucky to keep one bar of 4G on the farm in Balta.
  18. People, just remember. Before any of you blow a gasket because something doesn't look or seem "right" on this forum, it'll never leave these confines. A way to pass time, absolutely, but nothing to get upset or argumentative over. Be well, be a good friend and family member, and go Sioux.
  19. It’s a pain without a doubt. Incredible season with many accolades that our men have to call their own.. hoping it serves as a catalyst to come back next year and make yet another mark on our program’s history. On another note, I did receive this last evening. Old rivalry at work. Joking or not, at least there are other ways to humor each other amongst all else going on in the world around us.
  20. I work for SAP. Offices in SEA/TAC suburbs and the Bay were urged to work from home as of last Friday, with exception to personnel that need to be in the office, but even then asked to exercise judgment. Offices in MPLS and Virginia received word in the last half hour to follow suit. Could not agree more that things are being blown out of proportion by some but the question still remains, no matter what the trends or infection rates are, both in and out of comparison to other known diseases or epidemics, would we rather take too many precautions so as to mitigate its spread, or let this doubt/skepticism overrule and actually end up with a humanitarian crisis? Gonna err on the side of caution. That said, if people choose to inform themselves on COVID-19 in its current state and how its affecting everyone, which I strongly believe a simple 10-15 minutes of research will make a world of difference, then this sense of hysteria will start to dissolve.
  21. Michigan had its first two confirmed cases yesterday and both are considered metro Detroit, as reported by local news sources post-news conference with their governor. If there are implications for the Red Wings game at Little Caesars on April 4th, which might not be determined for weeks, many would think the same of the Frozen Four. It'll be interesting to watch this develop.
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