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  1. Have 2 tickets in Section 114. Face Value or best offer.
  2. From what I gathered she had catered an event for them so yes those were her seats for the game yesterday. From what I gathered they are going to add a bar rail and these seats will be available maybe? I think for this year they are just being parceled out so I don't know if they are able to be purchased.
  3. I ended up sitting in this area today. I was standing in the end zone which is my preferred area to watch a game since sitting in the seats at the Alerus is similar to sitting in a cheap Airlines puddle jumper economy section for me. Was standing behind the seating area which was roped off and Michelle, the owner of Darcy's Cafe said she was only using 2 of her allotted tickets and asked if we wanted to sit. These sections were pretty full, not sure about the double row of seats section which was empty when I stopped by. Apparently they are waiting on a bar rail to be installed along this area as well....supply chain issues. As long as the tickets are just a little more than the other season tickets I would purchase these if available.
  4. I am going to wait for the Pfizermectin to come out.
  5. petey23

    Nashville

    Just so we are clear. If you are unvaccinated and have a negative test you are good to go. If you are vaccinated and unknowinlgy have Covid you are also good to go. Trust "The Science"
  6. petey23

    Nashville

    Have sold many logoed masks since March of last year. This or something similar is on every product description. Not recommended for use in a surgical setting or where significant exposure to liquid, bodily or other hazardous fluids may be expected and where the infection risk level through inhalation exposure is high. The product has not been FDA cleared or approved. The product has been authorized by FDA under an EUA for use by HCP as PPE to help prevent the spread of infection or illness in healthcare settings and by the general public to help slow the spread of the virus during the COVID-19 pandemic. This product is authorized only for the duration of the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of the emergency use of medical devices, including alternative products used as medical devices, during the COVID-19 outbreak, under section 564(b)(1) of the Act, 21 U.S.C. § 360bbb-3(b)(1) unless the authorization is terminated or revoked sooner. And then you factor in that maybe 2% of people use the correct protocol when wearing their masks. Probably the only true benefit of wearing a mask, besides virtue signaling, is that having one on may serve as a reminder to be vigilant in paying attention to social distancing.
  7. petey23

    Nashville

    I believe you mean #thescience There is a difference
  8. If Otis cut that play up that we tackled him on he might have scored...he had at least 7 yards before he would have even possibly had contact. Couldn't believe we didn't take a timeout on that 4th and 3 where Canady got the P.I. call. Guess we will take all 3 to the locker room with us.
  9. petey23

    UND @ ISU

    Hey ESPN how about a little more picking up a sports broadcast signal and a lot less virtue signaling. I know it is probably ISU's fault...but my point stands
  10. I think anyone with a passing interest in UND Athletics knew the program was very likely to be cut. When UND hired a law firm that specializes in dotting i's and crossing t's with regards to Title 9 compliance most people could put 2 and 2 together from there.
  11. Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of people through force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit. Men, women and children of all ages and from all backgrounds can become victims of this crime, which occurs in every region of the world. The traffickers often use violence or fraudulent employment agencies and fake promises of education and job opportunities to trick and coerce their victims. This article doesn't seem to have anything to do with this...but people do play attention when you use words like trafficking.
  12. Any relation to Fawn? On Fawn’s tragic demise, from CNN iReport: Tragic. Just so fucking tragic. So that’s how she died, but who WAS Fawn Liebowitz? Simply put, she was a kind soul, a selfless contributor to the world around her, a loving friend and family member, and a leader of young slampieces. Among her many shining accomplishments, her most noteworthy, by far, is the taming of the young, wild colt in Eric Stratton, known to most as “Otter.” A feat that, after countless collegiate women attempted in earnest, was deemed impossible. Making an honest man out of the stallion from nearby Faber College was at the forefront of hundreds of lists of the Faber and Emily Dickinson College MRS degree seekers. Otter was a man who had the world by its giblets. He worked the Faber student council like a seasoned lobbyist, knocked boots with the dean’s wife, and closed on rushees at an unprecedented batting average of .995. All attempts to woo the handsome Delta Rush Chair from Faber were futile. That was until Fawn engaged that patented Liebowitz sex trance and locked him down. They were engaged to be engaged, and then Stratton set out for her dormitory at Emily Dickinson College with a couple fraternity brothers, Donald “Boon” Schoenstein, and pledges Flounder and Pinto, to pick her up for a night out on the town. It was a beautiful, flourishing relationship, and only in its infancy. Upon his arrival to the dorms, tragic news struck Otter like a dagger to the heart. His minx had passed. But the night, as solemn as it was, was not lost. The news of Leibowitz’s freak kiln explosion incident was delivered in the form of the young, ample-breasted ex-roommate of Fawn, Shelly Dubinsky. We’d later find out that Dubinsky was quite the giving soul herself, which should be no surprise to anyone. After all, Fawn did room with her. Shelly was down for a good time that evening, and Otter, amidst the worst night of his life, still wanted to party, because Otter parties. As a final gesture to secure Fawn’s illustrious legacy, Stratton decided to take Shelly and a couple of her friends out on the town to see Otis Day and The Knights. It’s what Fawn would have wanted. Oh how Fawn loved Otis and the Knights. The night was moving along splendidly when Stratton became noticeably distraught while reminiscing over his lost lover. That’s when he slipped out of the club with Shelly and into the backseat of the car to talk about his feelings, and to bump uglies with a fiery passion. They did it for Fawn. Hard. Fawn Liebowitz had legs that went on for days, a nice, firm backside that appeared to be etched from stone, flawless olive skin, and the face of an angel. But what Fawn was easily best known for: a set of high-and-tight twins that filled C-cups like OJ’s hand filled a leather glove. And she was a giver. To Fawn Liebowitz, a Great American Slampiece.
  13. Maybe they could put it on the roof with a spotlight? On second thought, that is a really bad idea. Someone could get hurt trying to lower a 300 pound statue to the ground while trying to avoid detection...not saying it couldn't be done.
  14. Not sure what they offered and promised in April but he did sign a max entry level contract and sounds like they think he has a shot of seeing some NHL time this year as they like his ability to win faceoffs and his size. He can eat up bottom 6 minutes and also has offensive skills. 2 years, 925k prorated when he is in the NHL and 70k when he is in the AHL. Like I said I sure don't like the timing and didn't care for the kneeling but his path is a commercial for UND hockey developing talent. When he got to UND he looked like a player who was drafted in the 4th round mainly because he was 6-4 and was just as likely to be another 4th round draft pick who you never hear from again after college and he just got better and better while at UND.
  15. Entry level contracts are entry level contracts. But signing now does get him to his next contract a year earlier. More likely when they talked to him in April they wanted him to sign so they wouldn't lose him and probably had him slated in the AHL...after prospect camp they probably communicated to him that he could potentially okay in the NHL this year. Weatherby has the skills to play top 6 minutes if needed but he can also eat up responsible puck possession minutes on a !@#$ down line as well.
  16. Or maybe he had a hell of a summer and continued his rapid development. I didn't care for the whole kneeling fiasco but that aside it is hard to fault a kid for pursuing his opportunity(yes, the timing sucks). I am sure part of the reason he came to UND was because he knew the coaching staff would help him develop and watching his progress the last 3 years has been a pretty good testament to what UND can offer players who are looking to make a living playing Pro Hockey.
  17. To be fair, these NHL prospect camps before Covid were usually held in June which still sucks when you lose a player you were expecting over the summer(JT Miller), but yeah the day before school starts makes it pretty tough especially in light of the Transfer Portal. So do we bring in Ethan Bowen or Dane Montgomery or do we find a 20 year old depth guy?
  18. Welp. It was a good run.
  19. Most Bison fans I know cringed at the KVLY coverage...especially the pre-game
  20. Nice. tough to beat FGCU though.
  21. a football team can literally go from 65% to 100% in a couple hours if that is what they choose to do.
  22. Thunder the Bleacher creature was horrendous. I did what I could when I was in the student senate to delay it by a couple years by convincing the Senate to deny any money for it. But they got it privately funded and not enough votes to prohibit it.....what an embarrassment that was to UND....right up there with the Scream Yellow campaign at NDSU
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