by Duluth News Tribune
November 5, 2011 at 1:48 pm in Duluth News Tribune
Four University of Minnesota Duluth students couldn’t wait for the ski season to start – so on Saturday they built their own slope in their backyard. Continue Reading
Tags: Duluth, skiing, Sports, umd, Videos, weather 6 Comments »
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You know by age 20 Bill Gates had founded Microsoft, right?
Ummm…never mind. Enjoy the pipe dudes!
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And what greatness did you achieve by the age of 20?
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This would be a cute story if the kids building the snow thing in the warm weather were 12 or so – at 20 its a bit … well, …. ah forget it …. let’s fire up the video games dudes!!
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so what are you thinking? that we have accomplished nothing with our lives? we go to school so we can have a career and work part time to pay for school, this is what we do for fun. I didn’t know that this wasn’t good enough for some people..
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At least they’re outside doing something with their lives instead of sitting at home commenting on newspaper articles.
They are in Duluth, doing something they love, being active. Don’t be disrespectful. Let me know when you’re in the paper for doing something with your life, and I’ll be sure to let you know how childish it is.
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The fact that college students are being harassed for going outside and doing an athletic activity is beyond absurd. Since when does athletics insinuate immaturity and a lack of drive for a positive future. The negative comments on this article have zero back bone and are blatant shots just to make people upset. Next time you comment have something positive to say before tearing apart college kids for having hobbies other than drinking.
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