Interesting story however it does beg a couple of questions;
-Why did it take what seemed like a number of years for the donor to be contacted about taking down Hoyt's name from the field if UM has known about it during that timeframe? I would doubt the donor was "OK" with it!
-What is the threshold for taking down other donor names of buildings on campus when they are replaced or changed? What about names on buildings with names of a person who did not give a dime to the building?
More of humpty dumpty Engstrom and his follies continuing to damage UM. When is enough--- enough with this guy.
"I believe this is a breach of donor trust and will definitely damage the reputation of the UM Foundation, the University of Montana and UM Athletics, Jim ODay wrote.
I have had some ups and downs when it comes to online dating, not stating that all my connections have ended horribly or that I have had experiences that would deter me. That is not the case; unfortunately in life everything has its perks and downfalls and you just have to roll with the punches. For instance, I was on the phone at atlanta.partyline.com with who I thought was this amazing man, he was smart, funny, sweet, adventurous – the whole nine yards, but it turns out that he lied about his age and was way too young for me, so instead of disregarding him, we ended up becoming friends. I just turned this downfall into a perk because I was open for any scenario, sometimes the unexpected happens and it’s what you do with it that makes it worthwhile. Still, we all have to be careful because we never know who we are talking to.
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