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    Re: Random thoughts thread

    We are in the same boat. My assumptions have always been rich parents who paid for college and/or loads of credit card debt.
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    Poll: Re: How do you make your coffee?

    Voted other.

    I was tired of being the guy who would make coffee at work and then go back to find an empty pot. I bought a cheap coffee pod thing like they have in hotel rooms for $20 to put in my...
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    Re: Seating and Parking Assignments Are Out

    I don't think that's how it works. First criteria for parking selection is donation level, then points accrued.

    I think this is the updated (or at least estimated) parking map based on donation...
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    Re: Seating and Parking Assignments Are Out

    It looks like Cardinal donors are getting spots anywhere from G7 (new donors) up to C4 (long time donors). The last 2 years I have rolled the dice and stayed on the pavement (A1). If ISU does well...
  5. Thread: Dog names

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    Re: Dog names

    Is Bane a girly enough name?
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  6. Re: Friday QOTW 4/18 - What really grinds your gears about your SO or the Opposite Se

    2 things:

    1) Emotions - Who needs 'em?
    2) Buying crap and then not using it.
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    I think you contradicted yourself. If you were one of the oldest and first to drive, you would have been 6 entering kindergarten, correct?
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    Is it better for them to be bored out of their mind and then be able to do extra curricular stuff -or- be stressed about homework and falling behind if they want to be in sports and whatnot.
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    Not that I know about. We live in an "older" neighborhood for the most part, but it is starting to flip to young families. His best friend from daycare lives a few blocks away and will be going to...
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    I downloaded some research papers saying the same thing. I'm not really worried about him falling behind academically, more the social stuff (although he is fine now).
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    That's terrible...but I can understand how daycare can be a burden financially. It will be a welcomed "raise" after he starts kindergarten, but that is no where near one of the deciding factors for...
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    These are a lot of my worries. His sister is in kindergarten now and I don't know if I want them a year apart. We also don't want him getting bored, but I think being able to excel academically by...
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    This was me as well. I was decent at sports in jr high, sucked as freshman and sophomore since I developed late, and then after I caught up with the rest of the kids as junior and senior I was decent...
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    He'll be around 6'4, so it will have to be guard potential at the D1 level. I'll see if Fred's interested.
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    Re: Kindergarten redshirt

    Answers in the order of your questions.

    Can count to 30 without issue and recognize numbers up to 100, can write the alphabet in upper case, can do simple addition (due to watching sports with the...
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    Kindergarten redshirt

    My son has a summer birthday.

    Do we; A) send him to kindergarten this year as a youngin' since he would do OK academically, but would always be one of the youngest in school, or B) redshirt him so...
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    Re: Minnesota State players refusing to Practice

    When he took the job with the Orlando Breakers. Duh.
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    Re: Hoiberg Raise - now makes $2.6M

    Travis Hines ‏@TravisHines21 1m
    Fred Hoiberg: "I'd love to end my career here. I've got something special."
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    Re: Mass School Stabbing

    Small towns, pocket knives, farm kids...really nothing to get upset about (until the last couple decades).
    Large towns, knives/guns, town kids...different story.
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    Re: Mass School Stabbing

    I'm glad the kid only brought a knife and not a gun.
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