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  1. On 6/29/2020 at 1:11 PM, SiouxForever said:

    Love how you're all judging a person you never met in real life. Gotta love 2020 and social media/the internet. For the record, I do NOT condone his past behavior at all. 

    So what's your point? You can judge him by not condoning his past behavior, but others can't by saying once a bully (a loser) always a bully. It's character, a mindset. What he did wasn't harmless and went on for years. Being 14 isn't an excuse. I don't want North Dakota Hockey to have the reputation of bringing in bad kids with baggage.....

  2. 3 minutes ago, UNDMOORHEAD said:

    While I agree that Mitchell's actions are inexcusable, I know I would hate to be judged for the rest of my life based on the worst things I've done.

    I was bullied all the way through middle school. Growing a few inches changed that though. A bully is a person of weak character, and most of them never change. I'm sure this proud program has had a lot of jerkoffs like Mitchell Miller come through over the years though. It's important to point out that this guy bullied that kid for years. Disgusting.

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  3. 3 hours ago, mattim said:

    Not necessarily in these positions but this team without new blood would make the top 15 pairwise: Three lines that would play on any team in the country and two sets of D that would also play major minutes anywhere:







    Kierstad JDB

    Frisch Bast


    We’re pretty sure of some who are coming in but not all, Berry has some difficult decisions to make. He will have to do his best to convince someone(s) to hold back another year. I know there is a limit to how many can dress, but what is the limit of how many he can carry on the roster. If he does not know what to do with one of his returnees or recruits can he carry an extra player (defenseman) who may not see much ice unless we have injuries? Albrecht, for example, is a practice player and it appears he will not see ice time except for an exhibition game, how many can we carry like him rather than cut a returning player? Does he shorten the number we can have on the roster?


    Gaber will be a second liner.

  4. 10 hours ago, MafiaMan said:

    Lighten up a bit, sheesh.

    I apologize. Guchi has this in the bag. Pun intended. I think this is a pun...Maybe, maybe not.

  5. 6 hours ago, burd said:

    Not before he was seen coughing on young mothers in the maternity ward. 

    I wouldn't put it all on Sandy, though.  Some people are just evil, and maroon and gold seems to be the shared characteristic. 

    You're both pathetic.

  6. 13 hours ago, UNDlaw80 said:

    You can’t be serious.:silly:  No, the CDC doesn't consider abortion a death statistic.      

    How did we get from coronavirus to the abortion is murder debate?  What’s wrong with you people.  Oh wait, I forgot, it’s the internet. 

    For the normals in the building, what IS interesting about that chart is it confirms the overwhelming level of heart disease in this country, which, next to being elderly, is the #1 risk factor for coronavirus death.  This is a risk other countries haven't had to factor into their coronavirus equations; at least not en masse.  God help some of those places down south. lol.  



    I was commenting on a post that claimed the CDC considers abortions "death". I'm not here to be political, so save your sass for someone who cares.

  7. 7 hours ago, planetearth said:

    Perspective all in one place. All numbers from CDC.

    Number of deaths for leading causes of death:

    • Heart disease: 647,457
    • Abortion: 623,471
    • Cancer: 599,108
    • Accidents (unintentional injuries): 169,936
    • Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 160,201
    • Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 146,383
    • Alzheimer’s disease: 121,404
    • Diabetes: 83,564
    • Influenza and Pneumonia: 55,672
    • Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome and nephrosis: 50,633
    • Intentional self-harm (suicide): 47,173

    CDC considers abortion death, as in the aborted baby? If that's the case, would it be 623,471 murders?

  8. 39 minutes ago, NoDakZ11 said:

    What’s the appeal of playing for these B1G schools these days? Empty arenas, underachieving teams, weak conference with no titles, etc.. yet the Michigans, Wisconsins, and Minnesotas attract lots of high end recruits 

    As a young kid, would you rather hangout on UND or UMN/UM campus? For a lot of kids, college hockey is just another step.

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