Attended Moorhead (MN) State University for two years (86-87), then transferred to St. Cloud (MN) State University for one year (just in time for the '88 riots~!) and dropped out spring quarter 8 credits shy of my major in Journalism and 12 credits shy of my minor in History.
Best decision I ever made. I have a job that I absolutely LOVE for over 10 years now, designing (computer/AutoCAD drafting/layout) kitchens and restaurants, reaching thru MN, ND, SD, IA, NB, WI, IL and MI. If your in the Twin Cities and go to LaCasita, Space Aliens, Grizzly's, Grazie's or The Pizza Ranch, think of me. My name is probably on the blueprint.
Welcome home, men of the 2nd Bn, 127th Inf, 32d "Red Arrow" Brigade, WI Army Nat'l Guard! May God bless our fallen brothers.
Does 6 mos. of Army training count?
OK, fine...University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. (Go Phoenix!)
The worst part...my NWA Wisconsin commentary partner went to Butler. And he was part of the pep band facing off with us in MY house, the Brown Co. Arena, when Butler beat UWGB in the '97 (I think) MCC tourney final. :-(
See it online at NWAWisconsin.com... ...or on WI Time Warner Digital Cable On-Demand Channel 998!
Originally posted by LennyAaronRoxxUniversity of South Florida - BA in Criminology
Hell yeah! I didn't know there was another USF grad here (shouldn't surprise me given the size of the campus). Maybe someone else can talk about the powerhouse-in-the-making that is the football team. ;)
Since we had the "who's the greatest pro wrestler" thread, who is the one guy or tag team that although they were successfull, or on TV a lot, you just never thought they had any talent? (Not MULKEY level guys, but mid card/main event types)