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    I'm pretty sure Cethan came back in,
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    Rapid City is only 90 minutes away. Black Hills are right in your back yard. Denver isn't too far away either, 3 to 4 hours. Lots of outdoor activities in the area. Could be a great option.
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    Anyone here like to ride bicycles?

    Actually did a 55 mile ride yesterday! Got into biking about 7 years ago and I rode bike with my hybrid, a Trek 7.3FX, and mountain bike with my Giant Talon 2 29er. Both are excellent bikes, and both came from Cycle Works in Lincoln, NE. I'm currently going to college at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, SD. Honestly, I would stay away from the Walmarts, Targets, Shopko's or stores like them if you're looking for a good quality bike. Most of the bikes that come from Walmart and such just don't work quite right. I would definitely go to a bike shop in your area and talk to them. I've yet to go into any bike shop where I didn't receive excellent customer service. They'll definitely first ask you what type of riding you want to do, and then how much your looking to spend. They'll more than likely have a few different models and options for you. Most likely the bike shop will carry the big brand bikes, Treks, Giants, Specialized and there are a few others. Any introductory bike will be between $300-$500. You might get lucky and get a sale on a bike, but those usually happen at the end of the year. But you can't go wrong really with a bike from a local shop and it's going to last, and be comfortable and fun to ride. If nothing is in your price range, some of the bike shops have used bikes that could possibly be a good option also. Most bike shops I know of offer free tune ups through the first year of owning the bike. This is because the cables like to stretch when they're new. The bike shops can also offer you maps of trails in the region. Some will even have ride nights where they'll organize ride's for anyone wanting to come along. There are lots of good reasons to buy from a local bike shop besides just getting a good quality bike!
  4. USA vs Canada billboard in Chicago,

    1. idontknow
    2. Foppa


      You beat me to it. Things just got real!

    3. Junior


      Crap! This game is critical.

  5. idontknow

    School lunch programs.

    Whats wrong with taking a sack lunch?
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    This Season Seems Hollow . . .

    http://www.firepelini.com/ Enough said.
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    Fans thoughts on Joe Paterno coaching on Saturday...

    Why is all the blame going on Joe? Does anybody think that the grad assistant that actually saw these acts could have done something more? Why aren't people calling for his head just as they are to Joe? What about the people Joe told? Nobody did anything there and would be just as 'morally' wrong as Joe. Joe just did what everybody else did, which I think is what most people would have done if they were in his shoes... It's a sick situation but there are a lot more people than just Joe Paterno to point fingers at.
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    Anybody have the coverage map for today's game?

    It's on the big ten network...
  9. NU-26 OSU-13 rushing-203 passhing-152
  10. NU 27 WIS 37 rushing 116 passing 79
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    Coloradan Wants to Stream NU Games

    Well, worst case scenario there are quite a few radio stations that will have a live stream online which u could then listen to the game from your computer...
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    Your Favorite 2010 Husker Game

    Oklahoma, no doubt. It was the perfect way to leave the Big 12. Even though we didn't win, it was a hard fought game by both teams.
  13. What about Pete Carroll? I always thought he was pretty emotional on the sideline.