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True or false: There's not enough for young people to do in Minot?

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MattRothchild

May-12-14 9:26 AM

SW: I do use my actual name on here, it helps keep me accountable for my comments. Anyway, if you want, make contact with me. You should be able to find me on a certain social networking site...

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FreedomRings

May-10-14 4:40 PM

I'll bet PJ16-17 has plenty of guns but doesn't want law abiding citizens to have them.

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Sickworld

May-09-14 12:34 PM

If your screen name is your actual name, than yes, we were classmates! We were not buddies though! I would let you know who I am but wouldn't want someone on here like, let's say pj (huge gun control advocate), to come after me with a candlestick instead of a revolver! I love history and might have to check that out!

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MattRothchild

May-09-14 9:36 AM

SW: if you're into history or anything like that, you would have enjoyed UrbEx. In North Dakota, I mostly visited old abandoned farmsteads and even whole towns (yes, there are entire towns in rural ND near Minot that are abandoned: Tagus, Wheelock, Hartland, Belden, Temple, and soforth). I've always found great enjoyment in going through these places and trying to figure out the stories of the people who once called them home.

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MattRothchild

May-09-14 9:33 AM

No kidding, SW. We were classmates?

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Sickworld

May-09-14 12:39 AM

Funny Matt. I graduated with you and I was bored, lacked finding my own thing to do (which I could have found something constructive to do for sure) but instead of getting into urbex like you.... Got into herb instead:)

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MarkHighwater

May-08-14 1:56 PM

how about pay them $25 an hour to demolish zombie homes to start?

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JustaMan

May-08-14 11:06 AM

MarkHighwater May-08-14 10:28 AM

"lower the drinking age to 16..then they will fit right in."

That's funny MH.....But really!

As corny as it sounds, providing the best education possible with emphasis in science & math would give young people everything they need.Almost.

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MarkHighwater

May-08-14 10:28 AM

lower the drinking age to 16..then they will fit right in.

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muleskinner

May-08-14 10:25 AM

They're really good at throwing out their fast food bags and cups which litters the streets and that is something to do and makes work for others, so there is actually plenty to do and the more the town is trashed, the more there is to do.

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rickrod

May-08-14 10:24 AM

I was a young teen and adult in the 60's, things we had back then verses now. (Back then} (Now) 1. Outdoor theater None 2, Dance Hall None 3, Dragging Main None 4. 3 show halls One

just a few things

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MattRothchild

May-08-14 9:16 AM

Oh man, seriously? Really? This question is SO old hat. I remember being a student at Minot High School some years ago and people levelling the same accusation.

There's only nothing to do if you lack the creativity to make something to do. It's how I got into UrbEx.

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minotroses

May-08-14 9:13 AM

YES....WORK..WORK..WORK...if more younger people did WORK...instead of Mommy & Daddy handing out the CASH...then there would be less places needing workers!!!!

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JackAaah

May-08-14 8:59 AM

There's plenty to do...if they would justa join our Young Democrats League, they would have plenty to do to occupy their time...I feel. They justa need to learn how to move us forword...

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