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Old 07-25-2011, 11:20 PM
 
Location: North Dakota
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#3 and 4 are nuts. Just join Greenpeace and read People. Lol
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Old 07-29-2011, 11:51 AM
 
Location: Colorado Springs,CO
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Q: why does anyone care? One of the beauties of NoDak is that it's not concerned with celebs. My fave restaurant in Minot is part owned by Josh Duhamel. I'm not even sure what he does. regardless, when he 's at dinner, he's having dinner. If he's not, life goes on.
Jeez, give these guys a break. I remember being at the track in New Orleans between Ricky Jackson' and John goodman's table. Those poor guys couldn't catch a break.
This was only for fun. You don't have to sound so rude. I was just interested okay.
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Old 07-31-2011, 10:39 AM
 
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A freind was working at a Mandan 24hr convenience store...Keifer Sutherland and his girlfriend showed up around 2am in the middle of the week for gas and snacks. They were on their way from Chicago and heading west. He said they were really nice and freindly. This was a few years back as well. I'm sure there are many celebs that travel through quite often as they travel from one place to another. We don't expect to see celebrities in ND, so we are not looking for them. Phil Jackson has been seen numerous times around the Williston area. Someone said it is not uncommon for him to pop over on his Harley to visit old friends he grew up with in Wiliston, when he is staying at his Lake Home over on Flathead Lake in Montana. But it doesn't sound like the locals get to excited, and pretty much leave him alone. I suppose since he is a home boy. I am guessing the same for Josh Dumahl when he comes home to Minot to visit family??? (which it sounds like is often)
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Old 07-31-2011, 08:55 PM
 
Location: North Dakota
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Black Eyed Peas are coming to Minot for flood fundraiser. Not my cup of tea, but wife and daughter will surely go.
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Old 02-11-2012, 10:32 PM
 
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While working at Papa Johns in Moorhead in college, I delivered pizzas to the band Vertical Horizon, who were staying at the Residence Inn in downtown Fargo in the Spring of 2005.

Also, around that time, I drank with Andrew McMahon, the singer for the band Jacks Mannequin at Micks Office.

Spring of 2004, I snapped a photo with the band Phantom Planet and American Hi-Fi at a party near Concordia on 4th St.
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