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Do you approve of the job Hamid Shirvani is doing as chancellor of the N.D. University System?

  1. He's been OK
  2. Doing a great job
  3. Have concerns
  4. He's got to go
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Feb-08-13 8:52 PM

I suppose the same was said about Goetz, right? His name wasn't Miller, Jones, or Schultz?

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Feb-08-13 8:44 PM

The problem with Chancellor Shirvani is that his name isn't Miller, Jones or Schulz.

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Feb-08-13 3:39 PM

I will change the gist of the message from cynically provocative to absurdly sarcastic.

I think the cop killer who is an ex-cop provides ample proof that people kill people, not guns.

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Feb-08-13 2:12 PM

hope4change, do you every feel your hope is hopeless? I agree that moeny and sports win run the higher ed program. Are you listening to the House or Senate votes? Muleskinner, I hope you are so you can feel a bit better about some of our elected men and women.

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Feb-08-13 1:32 PM

oh muleskinner, please don't toss the baby with the wash. There are a few good souls in our current session. I would like to plead with you to reconsider.

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Feb-08-13 12:51 PM

We need moth-sized drones flying in and around the state capitol and spy on the drunks down there who try to play the role of a legislator.

Hamid Shirvani can play the role as Chancellor of the NDUS.

They all can quit early and adjourn the day's business calendar, head for the bars and stay drunk all weekend.

I'd feel better if they would stay drunk during the entire legislative session. They're drunk with money and power, might as well have copious amounts of alcohol to drink.

"Let's fire Hamid, he doesn't get drunk enough," said the obviously drunk legislators who demand his firing.

You would think an agricultural state would want to make sure milk is available for Minnesotans too.

A pox on the ND lawmakers and the State Board of Edumacation.

Hamid now has a case to sue. The legislators are not acting in good faith and are 'with bias'.

Stupid hypocrites. Have another drink.

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Feb-08-13 8:59 AM

HE probably needs to go, but he is not the source of the problem. The entire system for higher ed needs to be changed. Buying him out for $660,000 after just seven months is just plain short sighted. Not having the board accountable to anyone is just asking for trouble.

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