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09-02-2012, 02:12 AM
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Turning 21 on the 17th, I'm a senior in college with an anticipated degree in Sports Management. I currently cut highlight packages for the NHL, NFL, MLS, AHL, and some NCAA schools, as well as doing other work with the NBA, WNBA, and the Premiere League. Every now and then I do work for tennis events, MSG Varsity, or some other type of sports event. I'm on the fast track to be a supervisor, hopefully a manager with a salary after that, and then I'll try my luck at getting some sort of a position with the NHL.
That's an impressive list of sports leagues! I would leave WNBA out for a smoother and more impressive delivery

You will be our inside man when the next CBA expires. If Bettman is still in office... it all rests on your shoulders....

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I just posted on the VAN board as a Rangers fan residing in VAN
I'm scared.

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Listen to the song i posted last page...you wont be scared =P

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09-02-2012, 03:22 AM
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Me too. Well, no one has left for college but I'm just insanely depressed anyway It's... Nick right? or wait, It's Matt.
Right the first time. Nick.

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I love that song and album.

I love all Iron Maiden albums, except for Blaze Bayley (never really listened to him).

The best vocal performance has to be the album Piece Of Mind, specifically Where Eagles Dare. My current favorite.

And the most underrated album is Somewhere In Time. Great Album.
The Bayley years. The X Factor, from a pure musical standpoint (arrangement, lyrics, melodies) was actually a pretty good album. Like you though, I don't listen to it much either. Virtual XI was **** and I am being kind. I guess even Maiden was bound to release a stinker at some point.

We pretty much all threw a party when Smith and Dickinson rejoined to band in late 99.

Brave New World is good. I like Dance of Death better, and a Matter of Life and Death better than both of them. The Final Frontier I have not listened to in any capacity. Seriously though, A Matter of Life and Death is THAT good.

Confession time:

I have listened to Maiden more than any other band ever, and they're my favorite band of all time.

I have never seen them live.

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my music is so bad, it ain't even worth sharing. What are you people's professions? It's interesting to know just to get a sense people in general. I inevitably imagine a 14- 19 year old as a backpack carrying high school student that gets home at 3 and microwaves a pair of pizza pops. 20 - 24 are stressed university student. 25 - 30 are the ones that are renting and working at their young careers and being a loner. 31 - 40 are either the office workers or the couch potatoes. 41 - 50 suddenly becomes a doctor or a successful realtor. 51 - 60 are people that fishes in a boat all day long even though they may not catch any fishes. So professions and stereotypes do help in getting all of my stereotypical ageist schemas out of my mind
Mid thirties, look like early 20's.

Married five years.

The past ten years I have worked for the city (PE teacher)

Rent in Brooklyn. Why buy when I can walk away when my lease is up?

Do not have or want children - This also helps with the no need to buy thing. I'm not worried about having to leave anything to anyone.

Used to play Street Fighter somewhat competently. Although there are (legit) players who will say I have a pretty good Claw.

In 2006 I was the winner of
this game. I now currently serve as an administrator.

Training for Ninja Warrior.

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time for some Exodus.
Everybody's doin' the toxic waltz
Kick your friend in the head and have a ball
A favorite from Headbangers Ball.

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09-02-2012, 08:09 AM
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The Bayley years. The X Factor, from a pure musical standpoint (arrangement, lyrics, melodies) was actually a pretty good album. Like you though, I don't listen to it much either. Virtual XI was **** and I am being kind. I guess even Maiden was bound to release a stinker at some point.

We pretty much all threw a party when Smith and Dickinson rejoined to band in late 99.

Brave New World is good. I like Dance of Death better, and a Matter of Life and Death better than both of them. The Final Frontier I have not listened to in any capacity. Seriously though, A Matter of Life and Death is THAT good.

Confession time:

I have listened to Maiden more than any other band ever, and they're my favorite band of all time.

I have never seen them live.
You have to see them live. They're unbelievable. Sound great.

Also, The Final Frontier is awesome. Another gem. Here's a live version of one of the songs:


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my music is so bad, it ain't even worth sharing. What are you people's professions? It's interesting to know just to get a sense people in general. I inevitably imagine a 14- 19 year old as a backpack carrying high school student that gets home at 3 and microwaves a pair of pizza pops. 20 - 24 are stressed university student. 25 - 30 are the ones that are renting and working at their young careers and being a loner. 31 - 40 are either the office workers or the couch potatoes. 41 - 50 suddenly becomes a doctor or a successful realtor. 51 - 60 are people that fishes in a boat all day long even though they may not catch any fishes. So professions and stereotypes do help in getting all of my stereotypical ageist schemas out of my mind
22. College grad with a bachelor's in business administration - marketing. Minored in political science. Currently living back at my parents house on Long Island while interning for Mitch Beck and Howlings.net / his business Crossroads Consulting, LLC. Looking for full-time work in a different field. Trying my hardest to break into the NHL or sports in general by applying to most ticket sales jobs I can find. I know that's a long shot though, so I'm also looking for Account Executive positions with advertising firms, or PR positions.

Only like 2 of my other friends are in a similar position to me. All the others have gone on to law/med/vet school. One's getting his masters in accounting, and a few others are already employed with cushy jobs. feelsbadman.jpg

I think come the end of September if I'm still in this same position it's time to start thinking about taking those LSATs.

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24, recently graduated for the second time - searching for a job in mechanical engineering/product design/ux design/product management/product engineering. employed as a part time lifeguard. If any of you guys know any places hiring in those departments, let me know. For real, needs a jobby


Moving out of home to live above my dads store (he owns the building) but the apartment needed a lot of work. Originally, it was going to be rented as is - but I hate shag carpet, so I bought hardwood floor and started doing the floors myself. Then my dad came in and started helping, and telling me what else I should do. That led to new ceilings, new kitchen and new bathroom. The cieling/floor is done, the bathroom is up to tile, and the kitchen is a mess. The bathroom floors was layed atop flakeboard (like that stuff that you would see on the bottom of a ****** staples office chair - its meant for ****** furniture, not flooring), and so that got ripped out, and then we found out that the house support beams were cracked and sagging. Fixed those, cause I'm a bawse, and then put down 3/4 plywood floor and wonderboard.

And thats about it

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09-02-2012, 10:19 AM
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= free beer?
+ home
= Party at your place for playoff hockey!
No free beer, not even discounts. We are not allowed to buy from the warehouse.

But heck yes to playoff hockey parties. We bought a projector last year to watch sporting events and movies outside on the side of my house. Nothing like watching a game outside on an 18 foot screen.

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About to turn 21.. Graduated in 2009

Started college right away and should be on senior year of college, but them hanging the curriculum has cost me a total of 27 credits and taking a year off after fighting with my school after they lied to us has me at about the same spot I was after my 3rd semester

Sucks bro

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Pearl Jam has a 2 hour set tonight from 9-11

Alesso also plays 6:10-7:30 and Afrojack plays 7:30-9 on the second stream

Should be a good day from 6:10-11

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Day 3 stream set times
Pierce Fulton 12p
PeaceTreaty 1p
W&W 215p
CONGOROCK 320p
Bart B More 420p
Krewella 530p
Knife Party 6p
Dash Berlin 715p
TiŽsto 755p
Flux Pavilion/Doctor P 825p
Diplo 9p
DESTRUCTO 1020p
Benga 1120p

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One of the best metal vocal performances.

Take Hold Of The Flame by Queensryche:



Geoff Tate!

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Pearl Jam has a 2 hour set tonight from 9-11

Alesso also plays 6:10-7:30 and Afrojack plays 7:30-9 on the second stream

Should be a good day from 6:10-11
Odd Future at 6:30

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Day 3 stream set times
Pierce Fulton 12p
PeaceTreaty 1p
W&W 215p
CONGOROCK 320p
Bart B More 420p
Krewella 530p
Knife Party 6p
Dash Berlin 715p
TiŽsto 755p
Flux Pavilion/Doctor P 825p
Diplo 9p
DESTRUCTO 1020p
Benga 1120p
Here I thought it was going to be a Bjork day for me. This is cool, thanks!

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One of the best metal vocal performances.

Take Hold Of The Flame by Queensryche:



Geoff Tate!
One of the most under rated hard rock/metal acts ever. Which is sad, because he has a top five voice of all time. In fact I would only rank (no order) Mercury, Halford, and Dickinson ahead of him as far as the overall quality of his voice.

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Dennis DeYoung is up there with the best singers, too.

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One of the most under rated hard rock/metal acts ever. Which is sad, because he has a top five voice of all time. In fact I would only rank (no order) Mercury, Halford, and Dickinson ahead of him as far as the overall quality of his voice.
I'd put Dio and Kiske in there too. Ever hear Eagle Fly Free by Helloween?

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Day 3 stream set times
Pierce Fulton 12p
PeaceTreaty 1p
W&W 215p
CONGOROCK 320p
Bart B More 420p
Krewella 530p
Knife Party 6p
Dash Berlin 715p
TiŽsto 755p
Flux Pavilion/Doctor P 825p
Diplo 9p
DESTRUCTO 1020p
Benga 1120p
how they have skrillex on after tiesto to close the festival is ridiculous..

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how they have skrillex on after tiesto to close the festival is ridiculous..
Damn, the way they had it listed on the electric zoo website I thought it went Skrillex then tiesto..

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That's an impressive list of sports leagues! I would leave WNBA out for a smoother and more impressive delivery

You will be our inside man when the next CBA expires. If Bettman is still in office... it all rests on your shoulders....
I definitely conidered leaving out the WNBA.


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us chat members are doing a fantasy football league, we got 11 lads.. need one more

DRAFT IS AT 5:45 EST TONIGHT. SUNDAY SEPT 2ND.

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