Success Spotlight Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota

 

Steamboats On The Red

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Grand Forks, North Dakota | East Grand Forks, Minnesota

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Top 5 things to do in Grand Forks: Summer Edition

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Top 5 Things to do in Grand Forks | Winter Edition

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Barstool Pizza Review Rhombus Guys Pizza (Grand Forks, North Dakota)

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News Grand Forks named ‘worst city to live in in North Dakota’ by Wall Street Journal

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MASSIVE ICE JAM GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 4/7/2019

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2017-02-27 | By: Snap Fitness Meet Jay, a member of the Grand Forks, North Dakota Snap Fitness who started his fitness journey two years ago at 475lbs. Jay blames his unhealthy weight on poor eating habits and not exercising. He decided to change his ways when his doctor asked if he was going to do anything about his weight.

Success Stories. Podcast. Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota. Lifestyle. 2017-02-27 | By: Snap Fitness Meet Jay, a member of the Grand Forks, North Dakota Snap Fitness who started his fitness journey two years ago at 475lbs. Jay blames his unhealthy weight on.

James Wolner, the host of Dakota Spotlight, chats with 970 WDAY AM talk show host Jay Thomas about “The House of Sweet and Seventh,” the third season of the the true crime podcast. The latest. Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota Meet Jay, a member of the Grand Forks, North Dakota Snap Fitness who started his fitness journey two years ago. Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota. 6 Last-Minute Gift Ideas For The Fitness Fanatic In Your Family.

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Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota Meet Jay, a member of the Grand Forks, North Dakota Snap Fitness who started his fitness journey two. Meet Jay from Grand Forks, ND, who started his fitness journey being able to only exercise for 5 minutes at a time. Now Jay exercises at least 65 minutes a day and has lost almost 300lbs. You are an. Success Spotlight: Jay from Grand Forks, North Dakota.

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Grand Forks Bismarck Rochester North Dakota approves early release for more state prisoners amid coronavirus crisis host of Dakota Spotlight, joins the Jay Thomas Show to talk about season 3. -Sandy Espe of Grand Forks, North Dakota “Everyone was fantastic. I have absolutely no complaints about my experience. They did exactly what they had to do.

A+ for all.”-Dan Samson of Grand Forks, North Dakota “Walking was hard before. I love to stay active and hunt, but.

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Two weeks after graduation, he headed west and settled in Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., N.D.

“The Washingtons: A Family History: Volume 6 (Part One): Generation Ten of the Presidential Branch” by Justin Glenn
from The Washingtons: A Family History: Volume 6 (Part One): Generation Ten of the Presidential Branch
by Justin Glenn
Savas Publishing, 2014

Chris Cook, “Forks South Side Welcome Sign Moved,” Forks Forum, December 30, 2009, www.forksforum.com.

“The Twilight Mystique: Critical Essays on the Novels and Films” by Amy M. Clarke, Marijane Osborn, Donald E. Palumbo
from The Twilight Mystique: Critical Essays on the Novels and Films
by Amy M. Clarke, Marijane Osborn, Donald E. Palumbo
McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2014

Alexander Griggs, a pioneer of Grand Forks, member of the constitutional convention of North Dakota.

“The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States” by Henry Gannett
from The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States
by Henry Gannett
Genealogical Publishing Company, 1973

Friend and journalist Andy Dappen helped us with tour selections on the east side of the North Central Cascades.

“Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Routes Washington” by Martin Volken, Guides Of Pro Guiding Service
from Backcountry Ski & Snowboard Routes Washington
by Martin Volken, Guides Of Pro Guiding Service
Mountaineers Books, 2014

He settled on the reservation at the Standing Rock Agency in present-day North Dakota after his release, becoming a successful farmer and stockman while also struggling to preserve the traditional values and customs of the Lakota.

“Identifying Marks: Race, Gender, and the Marked Body in Nineteenth-Century America” by Jennifer Putzi
from Identifying Marks: Race, Gender, and the Marked Body in Nineteenth-Century America
by Jennifer Putzi
University of Georgia Press, 2012

J. Smeaton Chase was an observant traveler in California who related his experiences in three interesting books published by the Houghton Mifflin Company: Yosemite Trails…

“California Place Names: The Origin and Etymology of Current Geographical Names” by Erwin Gustav Gudde
from California Place Names: The Origin and Etymology of Current Geographical Names
by Erwin Gustav Gudde
University of California Press, 1960

His and his brother’s hunting buddies, fellow Philadelphians, included a Miles (Powhatan) and a Beverley (Monacan or Buffalo Ridge Cherokee).

“Confounding the Color Line: The Indian-Black Experience in North America” by James Brooks
from Confounding the Color Line: The Indian-Black Experience in North America
by James Brooks
University of Nebraska Press, 2002

Here the road forks, and you go right (northwest), now on the PCT.

“Sierra North: Backcountry Trips in California's Sierra Nevada” by Kathy Morey, Mike White, Stacey Corless, Thomas Winnett
from Sierra North: Backcountry Trips in California’s Sierra Nevada
by Kathy Morey, Mike White, et. al.
Wilderness Press, 2005
from there he went directly to the boat, where Ephraim Cutler, Caleb Emerson, and Joseph Barker, Jr., substituting for his father, also went on board to accompany Adams to Pittsburgh.

“The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West” by David McCullough
from The Pioneers: The Heroic Story of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West
by David McCullough
Simon & Schuster, 2019

Swift Fork Branch rises in se Watauga County and flows se into Elk Creek.

“The North Carolina Gazetteer, 2nd Ed: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places and Their History” by William S. Powell, Michael Hill
from The North Carolina Gazetteer, 2nd Ed: A Dictionary of Tar Heel Places and Their History
by William S. Powell, Michael Hill
University of North Carolina Press, 2010

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  • I have spent quite a bit of time in both Fargo and Grand Forks. I can tell you from personal first-hand experience it is a shit hole! The people when driving are the rudest motherfuckers I’ve ever seen. And it stinks! Literally it stinks smells terrible. The wind never stops blowing and it’s freaking cold. It’s a horrible smelly shitty place to live.

  • I love how she’s like, “You might think you live in the worst town, but a new report by the Wall Street Journal says **Grand Forks** is the worst city to live in…” So… I guess she wasn’t addressing me, since I do live in Grand Forks…?? Or…I think right…??

  • Grand Forks populations are in, and Out. I think 20% of the population are students, but the city has a lot of warehouses those needs. I have seen people complaining about mandatory overtime for companies like Simplot, LM, Crytal sugar, Philadelphia, and some more. The city doesn’t have a lot of part-time jobs though. Months like December, January, and part of February most of these employers are down due to the weather and holidays, however, the city is getting better.

  • Unfortunately, Rhombus Pizza shipped my frozen pizza without any ice packs nor dry ice. How the hell does Rhombus expect keep 9 pizzas frozen, shipped across the country, without ice packs or dry ice in the box??? And all that for $150+. UN-FRICKIN-BELIEVABLE!!!

  • The reason I love your videos and think you’re amazing is you don’t let shit just go. Love how you keep going back to Fuck You eater. Haha

  • 6:30 minutes of garbage and one minute maybe of pizza review. Disliked this one. I am now like only about 1 in 10 of his videos. Used to like all of them.

  • This may sound crazy, but try reviewing Walgreen generic brand “Nice” pizza. I grabbed a bbq chicken one and it was actually good.

  • I don’t know why I’m watching this since I’ve lived here all my life, but great video!! I really loved seeing my favorite place on earth at a different view and angle!! Thank you for sharing!!

  • “mis-o-gynic?” Seriously? You HAVE to be kidding me! Bro…c’mon. Learn to read, dipshit. Oh, and by the way, that part of the blurb Portnoy butchered is absolutely true. “Misogynistic” is indeed an accurate description. Do I care? Eh…not really. I mean, I’ll never click on the website because it’s essentially mouth-breather central and often appeals the lowest common denominator, but I’ll sure as fuck watch your pizza reviews and make fun of Portnoy’s idiocy!

  • Heyyy I saw The Blue Moose, I’ve only been up here for 2 weeks and I can say compared to the 3 restaurants I’ve been at so far that was the best ✌️

  • I don’t even have to have the volume on anymore it’s the same facial expressions, same words, and same shit. I wait until you take a bite of the pizza before I turn the volume on. You should call it the dave show for 6 min and pizza review for 1 min. LOL

  • Lived in Grand forks for several years. Great place, a hidden gem! Used to frequent rhombus guys! You need to check it out in person prez! Cool atmosphere.

  • Really hard to get my hands on some of the higher rated pizzas. I think where they’re sold from a private restaurant they are more expensive and you have to buy at least 3. That’s extensive. However! I found an Amy’s pizza today eating it right now and I must say, it is absolutely amazing. Thanks for the review!

  • No disrespect….. but the people at Eater all eat Jack’s pizza…..and they don’t know that you take one bit…everyone knows the rules…..LOL

  • Hey, Dave. Why not STOP dropping “F” bombs every few seconds during your reviews? Your reviews would be just as interesting without them!

  • Hey James, Too funny we just got word that we’re staying next to Cabela’s in the campground you flow over. We’ll be there for the beet harvest we’re working. I subbed you. Check out our travel channel when you have time we hope you like it.

  • this guy is entertaining but the reviews themselves are awful. usually pretty good, nice undercarriage, flop or no flop, tang, that’s about all he’s got. never gets into detail about describing the actual pizza.

  • If you ever get down to the wildwood NJ area you might want to good night Irenes. They have a pretty tasty brick oven pizza. It’s one of the better ones in wildwood.

  • Dave it took longer then I thought but you have transitioned into making the reviews more about you and less about the pizza. I know it’s not your fault. You are a jewish guy with money so that means the EGO is stronger then ever and you are not allowed to smile anymore. Next you will be making movies where you overcome all the adversity and get the super model girl in the end cause she understands that money and neglect are better then staying with the real man of her dreams. THANKS DAVE

  • At 22:16 Mayor Arseny states the locomotive Countess Dufferin was towed on a barge from Fargo to Winnipeg. The locomotive was loaded onto the barge at Fisher’s Landing, which from 1874-1878 was the head of navigation for the Red River Transportation Company. Hill and Kittson bought 12 miles of track from the struggling St. Paul & Pacific Railroad that had been laid north of Crookston to about the present day Euclid. The tracks were laid from Crookston to Fisher’s Landiing, now present day Fisher, and the steamboats moved there, taking five days off the round trip. This fact is greatly ignored by most histories of the steamboat industry on the Red.