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Holding young adults accountable

February 19, 2014

It seems like every time a large party full of underage drinkers is busted in Minot, the same, tired discussions begin. - Must have been a slow night for the police departmen....

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EarlyBird

Feb-22-14 8:36 AM

GOP.. I think you have no grasp on what freedom is. In your world you are free to do what your are told to do. In Ted's world you are free to think and speak and make non-violent protest.

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GoInPeace

Feb-22-14 8:14 AM

Nugent is clearly a person who didn't get the right supervision as a child. This is the only way he can keep what he has left of his career going.He is such a sad sack.Almost as bad as cruz,perry,cantor,and the rest of the vomit party republican teabaggers.They have switched from being the three headed elephant to the eight leg octopus who cant decide which way to go.Goinpeace

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EarlyBird

Feb-22-14 8:12 AM

Maybe Uncle Ted couldn't kill a bear with a knife but he could surely ring his ears good with rock and roll!! Rock and Roll killed communism in Europe. The worldwide messages of peace were once considered propaganda and some bands were kicked out of the USA for promoting peace through music.

Also... Some communities work hard not to make bad people out of good people.

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ProgressiveLiberal

Feb-21-14 5:55 PM

Nuget is no real man. If he where, he would be dead or in prison like he promised. He thinks he is some big hunter, big man shooting some defenseless animal from 100 yards with a gun. I'd like to see him take down a bear with a knife.

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redneck

Feb-21-14 4:41 PM

i doent get it

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GoInPeace

Feb-21-14 3:36 PM

So neck,You sure have some catching up to do.Goinpeace

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redneck

Feb-21-14 3:07 PM

well that is what real men do is take responsability for what they do and say, no shame in that

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ProgressiveLiberal

Feb-21-14 1:04 PM

Breaking News! Ted Nuget apologizes for calling Obama a sub-human mongrel. Has-been hack musician.

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muleskinner

Feb-21-14 9:34 AM

How many were partying like it was 1999?

Had they been making donuts, the police would have been there 12 hours earlier.

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PoeticJustice16

Feb-21-14 7:20 AM

This newspaper isn't held accountable. Why would any rational person heed their ridiculous advice?

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Worldview

Feb-21-14 1:00 AM

The article does not say anything about teenagers, and under age is under 21. If you travel a bit you know that under 21 and drinking is no big deal and in fact a lot of countries (most of Europe) do not have a 21 age limit.

Anyway it is not my point to talk about the perils of drinking, but to point out that a warrant to arrest 71 people based on the fact that you could not get someone's attention is BS. It is police overreach and if you think having loud music is enough to base a search warrant on then you can have a search warrant for Anything. If that is what you want then fine, but I don't. That is not personal liberty or freedom, and just because MDN espouses warrants based on loud music and you want to follow anything MDN says because you agree with them regardless then that is ok to. Your choice but not mine. It was wrong and the prosecutor should know better or I hope each person involves can afford a lawyer and fight it as it should be. It was unwarranted.

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redneck

Feb-21-14 12:53 AM

well thank you

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ProgressiveLiberal

Feb-21-14 12:44 AM

Ted Nugent, where do I begin? Didn't he promise to be dead or in jail come last November? Has-been hack musician. You wouldn't be able to follow him into battle because he would be hiding behind you Re dneck.

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redneck

Feb-20-14 7:39 PM

if it were me i wouldnt take the rights him or people like him fight for and give their life for. its people like that that make this country great so the candy a s s e s can walk around this country and talk smart, but you cant find them when they are needed for this cause.they are all in canada until it is over,

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redneck

Feb-20-14 7:31 PM

ted nugent is the man, he doent put up with whinie littel babys. tell it the way he sees it very cool. a true leader of men. if we were at war i want to be on his side.

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GoInPeace

Feb-20-14 7:24 PM

Is that why rush is so broke.Man, he must be on his fourth by now.Goinpeace

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redneck

Feb-20-14 6:22 PM

hey do you know why divorces cost so much

because they are worth it

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FreedomRings

Feb-20-14 6:14 PM

and on a lighter side;

Last month, MontrealUniversity and scientists released the results of a recent analysis that revealed the presence of female hormones in beer. Men should take a concerned look at their beer consumption. The theory is that beer contains female hormones (hops contain Phytoestrogens) and that by drinking enough beer, men turn into women.

To test the theory, 100 men each drank 8 schooners of beer within a one (1) hour period.

It was then observed that 100% of the test subjects, yes, 100% of all these men

1) Argued over nothing.

2) Refused to apologize when obviously wrong.

3) Gained weight.

4) Talked excessively without making sense.

5) Became overly emotional

6) Couldn't drive.

7) Failed to think rationally, and

8) Had to sit down while urinating. No further testing was considered necessary!! GoInPeas

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locomotive

Feb-20-14 2:57 PM

If laws mean anything in our country anymore (I am beginning to wonder), the juveniles that were arrested had it coming. I had it coming: I never bought liquor underage again after getting caught, having to borrow $$ from my sister, going to court, etc.

The right to drink in a private residence starts ending when it's disorderly and/or when there are juveniles present.

Frankly, if the adults had been "policing" themselves (keep it down, get the youngsters outta here), then the police might not have had to get involved.

Until the laws change, I expect law enforcement to happen. So it should in a civilized society. Worldview should run for ND house, senate or governor, and then change the view of the ND world.

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redneck

Feb-20-14 11:30 AM

in all my run in with the police they have always tried to settel things without a big production it there is one it is from the general public. but a person has to treat them like people.

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MattRothchild

Feb-20-14 10:31 AM

Wow. The police were actually able to get a warrant for this?

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Worldview

Feb-20-14 9:59 AM

The police chose confrontation instead of trying to work to tone it down. I hope the Prosecutor understands and works towards that end.

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Worldview

Feb-19-14 11:07 PM

Re-d* N - eck cannot be cannot be used in a sentence on MDN because it is a swear word? Boy I am a fool!

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Worldview

Feb-19-14 11:04 PM

To an intelligent ******* most things do look foolish. Hope that makes you feel better.

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redneck

Feb-19-14 10:12 PM

you are a fool

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