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ThorSPL
08-15-2009, 02:06 PM
Who will be attending the KC preseason game? Anybody going to be tailgating?
I've been away for 5 years so I don't know if people do the usual PPO tailgate for preseason.

marstc09
08-16-2009, 09:56 PM
I don't think they allow tailgating but I will be there probably a couple hours before the game.

ThorSPL
08-16-2009, 10:07 PM
I'm planning on getting out of work a few hours early to hopefully get a few drinks in before the game.... if you want, PM me your info and maybe we can meet up beforehand.

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
08-17-2009, 12:03 AM
I'm going to 'dream theater' a few blocks away fri. night. If people want to meet at moa around 4, i could have a beer or 2. I'm still undecided as to whether i am going to take the train, and walk 4 blocks, or drive downtown and pay to park. I would take the train for sure, if we weren't going on vacation sat., if i didn't live 90 minutes out of downtown, and if the drive sat. wasn't 3 hours.

Zeus
08-17-2009, 10:49 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


I don't think they allow tailgating but I will be there probably a couple hours before the game.


Do you want my ticket?
Face value.
Or just enjoy the extra room.

=Z=

NodakPaul
08-17-2009, 10:55 AM
The family and I will be going to this game (manged to get 2 extra tickets in the same section, so all 4 of us will be there).
We're probably just going to check out the plaza since the tailgate lots aren't open.

ThorSPL
08-17-2009, 11:07 AM
Well if no tailgate lots are open, would those planning on attending be interested in meeting up at a bar/grill prior to the game for some cocktails?
I'm not sure what's around there but somebody has to know something/somewhere....

BloodyHorns82
08-17-2009, 11:07 AM
I'll likely be there...probably not until 5 or six though.

BloodyHorns82
08-17-2009, 11:08 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


Well if no tailgate lots are open, would those planning on attending be interested in meeting up at a bar/grill prior to the game for some cocktails?
I'm not sure what's around there but somebody has to know something/somewhere....


Huberts is right off the plaza, but they will be very busy.
If somebody got there early enough though we could probably arrange for a large table.
I'd be down for meeting there for some cold frostys.

marstc09
08-19-2009, 09:35 AM
I say just meet at the plaza. I would rather be outside on a nice day. I will be there early.

NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 09:57 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


I say just meet at the plaza. I would rather be outside on a nice day. I will be there early.


I agree.
Plus I will have a 6 and 5 yeard old with me, so I would prefer not to hit Huberts.

marstc09
08-19-2009, 09:58 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


I say just meet at the plaza. I would rather be outside on a nice day. I will be there early.


I agree.
Plus I will have a 6 and 5 yeard old with me, so I would prefer not to hit Huberts.


What time do you plan on getting there?

NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 10:03 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


I say just meet at the plaza. I would rather be outside on a nice day. I will be there early.


I agree.
Plus I will have a 6 and 5 yeard old with me, so I would prefer not to hit Huberts.


What time do you plan on getting there?


We are leaving Fargo after lunch.
Probably drive through subway for the kids, between 4 and 5 is my guess.

We'll be easy to spot.
I'll be wearing my PH jersey, my son is wearing his greenway jersey, my daughter is wearing a cheeleader uniform, and my wife will be sporting a new titty shirt and a crutch (she broke her leg a few weeks ago).

NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 10:04 AM
Wasn't planning on jello shots for preseason though - to hard to carry that crap around when there is no tailgating.
So that will be something to look forward to for the home opener!

NeumDog
08-19-2009, 10:14 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


I say just meet at the plaza. I would rather be outside on a nice day. I will be there early.


I agree.
Plus I will have a 6 and 5 yeard old with me, so I would prefer not to hit Huberts.


I will meet out on the plaza.
We did that last year for the 2 preseason home games.
We should start a list of who wants to meet out there.

There are some lots around that are open for tailgating, but not the "official" lots.
They don't give us tickets for the preseason, and I'm not packing up all of our stuff anyway.

marstc09
08-19-2009, 10:15 AM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum

NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 10:17 AM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family

jmcdon00
08-19-2009, 10:19 AM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00

Zeus
08-19-2009, 10:24 AM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog

Sheesh, Dave gets no love around here.

=Z=

marstc09
08-19-2009, 10:24 AM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82

ThorSPL
08-19-2009, 11:02 AM
Thanks for adding me on there.
Any others meeting up?
PM me if you want my number to meet up, I have only been up once in recent years so I don't recognize everybody so easily...
I'll be leaving Austin around 2 or 2:30, so should be there by 4 or 5.

Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82

NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 04:33 PM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82


*bump

Come on, this can't be it??!

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
08-19-2009, 04:45 PM
What time?
Are you guys talking 5, or more like 4.
I just need enough time to bs for a bit, then take the train, and walk the 4 blocks to the orpheum.



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NodakPaul
08-19-2009, 04:51 PM
I think most people are thinking closer to 5 or so.
The game doesn't start until 7, and there is only so much to do on the plaza during preseason.

jmcdon00
08-19-2009, 05:02 PM
"STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES" wrote:


What time?
Are you guys talking 5, or more like 4.
I just need enough time to bs for a bit, then take the train, and walk the 4 blocks to the orpheum.



The Orpheum? WTF?

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
08-19-2009, 10:19 PM
"jmcdon00" wrote:


"STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES" wrote:


What time?
Are you guys talking 5, or more like 4.
I just need enough time to bs for a bit, then take the train, and walk the 4 blocks to the orpheum.



The Orpheum? WTF?

1. I paid $80 for a 3rd row DT ticket BEFORE favre signed.
2. Vikes game is preseason
3. I'll dvr it and avoid the radio on the way home.
4. The concert starts at 6, 4 bands so it will probably start and end before the vikes game is over.
3

vikingivan
08-20-2009, 01:49 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
Vikingivan

*bump

Come on, this can't be it??!

singersp
08-20-2009, 05:21 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?

NeumDog
08-20-2009, 09:41 AM
"singersp" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?


I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.

ThorSPL
08-20-2009, 10:50 AM
"NeumDog" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?


I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


Lets decide soon here :)

Zeus
08-20-2009, 11:06 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NeumDog" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?


I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


Lets decide soon here :)


That's a good spot that Dave has suggested.


=Z=

ThorSPL
08-20-2009, 11:08 AM
OK, then we should plan on that...

Can't wait to break the dress code and wear a jersey tomorrow!

Formo
08-20-2009, 04:03 PM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp
VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo

I'll be there.

CaptainKirk
08-20-2009, 09:21 PM
Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp
VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo
CaptainKirk (Neumdog's old man for those who don't know)

Me too.

vikingivan
08-21-2009, 01:52 AM
"CaptainKirk" wrote:


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp
VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo
CaptainKirk (Neumdog's old man for those who don't know)

Me too.


I will try to find you all.
Enjoy the game!

Formo
08-21-2009, 03:45 AM
"NeumDog" wrote:



I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


I'll look for people there.
Also, will have Singer's number if I can't find anyone (seeing as I will be sitting with him).
I'll be wearing my Hutch jersey with my Vikings visor.

NodakPaul
08-21-2009, 09:40 AM
"Formo" wrote:


"NeumDog" wrote:



I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


I'll look for people there.
Also, will have Singer's number if I can't find anyone (seeing as I will be sitting with him).
I'll be wearing my Hutch jersey with my Vikings visor.


I'll be wearing my white Harvin jersey and walking with my two young kids and a wife on crutches (broken leg).
We should be fairly easy to spot!

marstc09
08-21-2009, 10:18 AM
"NeumDog" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?


I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


Sounds good to me.

marstc09
08-21-2009, 10:19 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NeumDog" wrote:


"singersp" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


Come on, this can't be it??!


Plaza List:
marstc09
Snobum
NodakPaul + family
jmcdon00
Neumdog
ThorSPL
BloodyHorns82
singersp

I also know the following will be at the game also;

VikingQueen & BLV
Viking Goddess +1
GarlandGreene +3
Formo?


I assume we will be meeting in the same place on the plaza as last year.
In the general area of the Wheel of Fun?
Kitty corner from our regular tailgate spot.


Lets decide soon here :)


I will text you when I get there.

Garland Greene
08-21-2009, 10:20 AM
will try to make it wife doesn't get home until 5:00 so we may stop by for a few

ThorSPL
08-21-2009, 11:27 AM
So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)

i_bleed_purple
08-21-2009, 11:29 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


hide it in your shoe, I bet you could get it in

NodakPaul
08-21-2009, 11:39 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).

ThorSPL
08-21-2009, 11:45 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).


Yeah, I'm thinking some rum would be great....

pattyosviKING
08-21-2009, 11:54 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).


Yeah, I'm thinking some rum would be great....


Just hide it in a viking horn.
Better yet, just fill up the viking horn.....lol

Actually the last time I went, the dude was pretty cool and told me to hide my horn under my jersey because the weren't supposed to be allowed......???

NodakPaul
08-21-2009, 12:55 PM
OK PP.Oers.
I am shutting down the computer and heading out to get the wife and kids!
See you on the plaza tonight!!!

Zeus
08-21-2009, 12:55 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.

=Z=

jmcdon00
08-21-2009, 01:16 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.

=Z=

Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?
It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.

ThorSPL
08-21-2009, 01:17 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.

=Z=


I like a mixed drink, I am not an ass as a fan :)

Zeus
08-21-2009, 01:35 PM
"jmcdon00" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.


Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?

It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.


I am always respectful of those around me.

=Z=

i_bleed_purple
08-21-2009, 01:37 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.


Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?

It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.


I am always respectful of those around me.

=Z=


and you assume that Thor won't be?
Whats the difference between buying beer at the dome and bringing rum? aside from the fact one's illegal.

Formo
08-21-2009, 01:44 PM
"pattyosviKING" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).


Yeah, I'm thinking some rum would be great....


Just hide it in a viking horn.
Better yet, just fill up the viking horn.....lol

Actually the last time I went, the dude was pretty cool and told me to hide my horn under my jersey because the weren't supposed to be allowed......???


What?!
Dumbest thing I've ever heard...

C Mac D
08-21-2009, 01:48 PM
"Formo" wrote:


"pattyosviKING" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).


Yeah, I'm thinking some rum would be great....


Just hide it in a viking horn.
Better yet, just fill up the viking horn.....lol

Actually the last time I went, the dude was pretty cool and told me to hide my horn under my jersey because the weren't supposed to be allowed......???


What?!
Dumbest thing I've ever heard...


I usually tuck it into my waist-band so people can't see it sticking out.

Zeus
08-21-2009, 01:51 PM
"i_bleed_purple" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.


Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?

It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.


I am always respectful of those around me.


and you assume that Thor won't be?
Whats the difference between buying beer at the dome and bringing rum? aside from the fact one's illegal.


Higher alcohol content, for one.


God - you're just like a woman.
Always have to argue about everything.

=Z=

BloodyHorns82
08-21-2009, 01:56 PM
I'm gonna try to grab a few brews from Huberts pre-game and take it easy tonight.
Pre-season is the time for analyzation (sp?) and speculation.
Regular season is the time for drunken fandom...for me at least.

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
08-21-2009, 02:26 PM
I'll be there. Black AP jersey, yellow vikes hat, need to lose a few pounds. I figure there are 3 other bands before DT goes on, and i've never really heard of any of them. If i have time, i'm going to drive to the orpheum, park, take the train to the dome. Then train/walk back when you all go in. Worst i miss is 1/2 hour of the opening band. If i get in early, maybe i save on parking. I've met a few of you, bring me to the spot if i look lost.

marstc09
08-21-2009, 04:09 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.

=Z=


Isn't that the point of coming to the game, to be loud? I would bring it in. Saves you money. Beer is expensive.

marstc09
08-21-2009, 04:10 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.


Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?

It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.


I am always respectful of those around me.

=Z=


Not to me.

marstc09
08-21-2009, 04:12 PM
"C" wrote:


"Formo" wrote:


"pattyosviKING" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:




So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


I've got one in before.
It depends on how well they are searching.
I have seen them do a quick lettle sweep that wouldn't have caught me smuggling a party ball in, and I have seen them do a good enough search that I don't need to be checked for prostate cancer for the next five years.

Usually they are more stingent at the beginning of the season.
This is just preseason, but with Favre making his first appearance, I would be that they are going to be on their game.

Just watch the people doing the searches, and choose one of the guys who is only doing a hald assed job.
The worst that will happen is they make you leave it outside (and you don't get it back).


Yeah, I'm thinking some rum would be great....


Just hide it in a viking horn.
Better yet, just fill up the viking horn.....lol

Actually the last time I went, the dude was pretty cool and told me to hide my horn under my jersey because the weren't supposed to be allowed......???


What?!
Dumbest thing I've ever heard...


I usually tuck it into my waist-band so people can't see it sticking out.


That is the first place they check. My advice, if it is cold outside, put it in your hoody. If it is warm, stick it in your back pocket. They never check there.

marstc09
08-21-2009, 04:17 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


I'm gonna try to grab a few brews from Huberts pre-game and take it easy tonight.
Pre-season is the time for analyzation (sp?) and speculation.
Regular season is the time for drunken fandom...for me at least.


You girl. I am going to go balls out. It is Friday night. I also heard there is a beer crawl downtown tonight. Should get crazy.

BloodyHorns82
08-21-2009, 05:00 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


I'm gonna try to grab a few brews from Huberts pre-game and take it easy tonight.
Pre-season is the time for analyzation (sp?) and speculation.
Regular season is the time for drunken fandom...for me at least.


You girl. I am going to go balls out. It is Friday night. I also heard there is a beer crawl downtown tonight. Should get crazy.


Truth be told I'm broke...had to spend all my extra cash on a down payment on a new car yesterday...my old car took a shit on me.

Good news is I got hooked up with a luxury box for tonight's game!!

Formo
08-21-2009, 05:29 PM
Will be leaving the apartment in the next few minutes to head for the 'Dome.
SKOL!!

Jilly
08-21-2009, 05:50 PM
Have fun everyone!!

vegasvike
08-21-2009, 06:18 PM
I wish I could be there

STCLOUDSAYSGOVIKES
08-22-2009, 02:51 AM
I missed the game, but not the train arriving right before kickoff. I was traveling farther down the line. Dream theater put on an excellent show as usual. The bummer, is it's always a shorter set during progressive nation, then when it's 'an evening with..' but that's to be expected. I missed one band, 'big elf' was decent, 2 of the guys remind me of the GEICO cavemen. Zappa plays Zappa was ok. If i had never seen them live, i wouldn't have kill myself or anything.
Overall I give it a B+. Passing grade, but there's room for improvement.
I'm really really hoping to be at the season opener. We'll see.

BloodyHorns82
08-24-2009, 12:59 PM
My apologies for missing the pre-game festivities.
Got there around 5:45 - 6:00 and didn't see anybody near the wheel.

I did run into Singer outside having a smoke at some point during the game.


Just a preseason game, the real PP.O fun starts on the home opener!!!
And I am planning on being early for that one!

ThorSPL
08-24-2009, 03:10 PM
I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.

BloodyHorns82
08-24-2009, 03:32 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.

Zeus
08-24-2009, 04:26 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


So in people's experience, is it too much to bring a nice DSLR camera to the game (does it become too much to lug around) - and also, what are the chances of a little flask making it through security? :)


Well - after being subjected to one too many loud drunken idiots with flasks around me, I say this:
don't.
Show some consideration for the people you will sit next to during the game.

Just my 2cents.


Not everyone with a flask is a loud drunken idiot. And weren 't you a loud drunken, though never an idiot, for several games last year?

It's preseason, after the first quarter it would be nice to get hammered up a bit.


I am always respectful of those around me.


Not to me.


As if you deserve respect.
I'm still waiting for the check to cover my ER visit, beyatch.

=Z=

ThorSPL
08-24-2009, 04:40 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?

BloodyHorns82
08-24-2009, 04:43 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?


Correct...the wheel of fun is very near where you exit the train and cross the street to get over to the dome side.

ThorSPL
08-24-2009, 04:49 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?


Correct...the wheel of fun is very near where you exit the train and cross the street to get over to the dome side.



I will find it next time!

BloodyHorns82
08-24-2009, 05:00 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?


Correct...the wheel of fun is very near where you exit the train and cross the street to get over to the dome side.



I will find it next time!


Then after that you won't need to worry about it because we'll be partying it up in the tailgate lots!
I cannot wait for real tailgating.
I'm so pumped!!!

ThorSPL
08-24-2009, 05:16 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:




I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?


Correct...the wheel of fun is very near where you exit the train and cross the street to get over to the dome side.



I will find it next time!


Then after that you won't need to worry about it because we'll be partying it up in the tailgate lots!
I cannot wait for real tailgating.
I'm so pumped!!!


I dont' know how many regular season games I will get to with the new house, but I'll sure as heck try!!

BloodyHorns82
08-25-2009, 11:26 AM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:






I missed it as well; I had some pre-homebuying paperwork I had to take care of in a pinch and got there at 6:30.
I tried to find the wheel but have no freaking clue where it is at.... for after the game.

Oh well I'll be there in 2 weeks.


It's on the end of the plaza near the outdoor restrooms and gate H.
(the plaze runs the length of the (east?) side of the dome) One end of the plaza is Huberts and other is Gate H.
Somebody else may have a better description though.
It actually took me awhile to find it myself and I've been there several times.
It seemed like they moved it slightly from where it used to be.


Wouldn't that be the west side?
I'm thinking it's the side with the train?


Correct...the wheel of fun is very near where you exit the train and cross the street to get over to the dome side.



I will find it next time!


Then after that you won't need to worry about it because we'll be partying it up in the tailgate lots!
I cannot wait for real tailgating.
I'm so pumped!!!


I dont' know how many regular season games I will get to with the new house, but I'll sure as heck try!!


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).

ThorSPL
08-25-2009, 12:45 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!

BloodyHorns82
08-25-2009, 01:40 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.

ThorSPL
08-25-2009, 02:17 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.

Zeus
08-25-2009, 03:12 PM
"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=

marstc09
08-25-2009, 03:30 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1

jmcdon00
08-25-2009, 03:35 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:




Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1

+1
I always loved that one.

NodakPaul
08-25-2009, 05:18 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.

NodakPaul
08-25-2009, 05:21 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.

BloodyHorns82
08-25-2009, 06:01 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:




Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.

Zeus
08-26-2009, 10:23 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:




Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.


I dunno, I love the "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaa!" part.
You're right, however, they have a shit-ass transition and could definitely make it better.


=Z=

jmcdon00
08-26-2009, 10:36 AM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:






Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

ThorSPL
08-26-2009, 10:44 AM
"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


No offense taken by any means.... all that sounds great and I certainly intend to make it up there a couple of times.
I think once Ashley has her rotations in the twin cities I'll be up there most weekends, so NEXT season you'll end up having to deal with me :)

BloodyHorns82
08-26-2009, 10:47 AM
"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:








Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

It's still live even if you're at home.
It's still live when you're seeing the white's in AD's eyes instead of trying to make out if that is an '8' or a '9' on his back while standing at what feels like the top of the empire state building.
There are many, many downsides to actually being at the game in person.

The view is WAY f'ing better on TV.
TV lacks atmosphere however.
My opinion is the good outweighs the bad, but not by much.

I standby my original post 100%.

jargomcfargo
08-26-2009, 10:50 AM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:




Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.


That's funny. I love the immigrant song. It sends chills down my spine. Hearalds the arrival of the conquering Norseman. And it means it's time for some football.I can't wait to hear it in the dome again.
And I'm ready for some football.

BloodyHorns82
08-26-2009, 10:54 AM
"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:






Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.


That's funny. I love the immigrant song. It sends chills down my spine. Hearalds the arrival of the conquering Norseman. And it means it's time for some football.I can't wait to hear it in the dome again.
And I'm ready for some football.


I love it too, but I think the main reason is that I know the game is about to start.
It certainly pumps me up though.
Can't wait for some real football!!!

jargomcfargo
08-26-2009, 11:05 AM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"ThorSPL" wrote:








Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.


That's funny. I love the immigrant song. It sends chills down my spine. Hearalds the arrival of the conquering Norseman. And it means it's time for some football.I can't wait to hear it in the dome again.
And I'm ready for some football.


I love it too, but I think the main reason is that I know the game is about to start.
It certainly pumps me up though.
Can't wait for some real football!!!


There are advantages and disadvantages to both.That's why I record the games and watch them again when I get home.
I'm not big on events where I have to fight the crowds and traffic. Hell, I live out in the woods.

And I hate being crammed into a little room like a sardine, standing shoulder to shoulder with a bunch of numbnuts I don't know, to take a leak in a trough.

But the positives are pretty good. Great atmosphere and mostly good people.

It's exciting. Especially a win.

BloodyHorns82
08-26-2009, 11:11 AM
"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:










Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


Everything is awesome except the Immigrant Song.
Worst introduction song ever.
Not enough of a steady fast beat to get into, the emphasis on guitar of the 70's doesn't translate as well across the tinny speakers of the dome, no base to speak of, no transition from video to player introduction, and the timing is STILL off.
They need to bring back the old video.


That's funny. I love the immigrant song. It sends chills down my spine. Hearalds the arrival of the conquering Norseman. And it means it's time for some football.I can't wait to hear it in the dome again.
And I'm ready for some football.


I love it too, but I think the main reason is that I know the game is about to start.
It certainly pumps me up though.
Can't wait for some real football!!!


There are advantages and disadvantages to both.That's why I record the games and watch them again when I get home.
I'm not big on events where I have to fight the crowds and traffic. Hell, I live out in the woods.

And I hate being crammed into a little room like a sardine, standing shoulder to shoulder with a bunch of numbnuts I don't know, to take a leak in a trough.

But the positives are pretty good. Great atmosphere and mostly good people.

It's exciting. Especially a win.


Agggghhhh...how could I forget about the f'ing bathrooms!
Kept reminding myself of that last night as I made 3 trips to the trough during the Twins game.
I'm in the same boat as you though when it comes to fighting crowds.
I have missed too much Viking action while waiting for a space to shoulder up next to another dude to take a lake.

Still, the good does outweigh the bad...although I'm glad I get every other week off to relax and scream from the comfort of my own home.
May try taking in an away game this year at the Imax theater.
They have a bar right there too so you can bring beers inside the theater.

jmcdon00
08-26-2009, 11:58 AM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:










Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

It's still live even if you're at home.
It's still live when you're seeing the white's in AD's eyes instead of trying to make out if that is an '8' or a '9' on his back while standing at what feels like the top of the empire state building.
There are many, many downsides to actually being at the game in person.

The view is WAY f'ing better on TV.
TV lacks atmosphere however.
My opinion is the good outweighs the bad, but not by much.

I standby my original post 100%.

The game where Peterson rushed for 296 yards was unbelievable. While it would have been great at home the experience of being there live and feel the air rush out of the dome everytime Peterson touched the ball was priceless.
The good far outweighs the bad in my mind, I wouldn't bother if it didn't.

jargomcfargo
08-26-2009, 12:58 PM
"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:












Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

It's still live even if you're at home.
It's still live when you're seeing the white's in AD's eyes instead of trying to make out if that is an '8' or a '9' on his back while standing at what feels like the top of the empire state building.
There are many, many downsides to actually being at the game in person.

The view is WAY f'ing better on TV.
TV lacks atmosphere however.
My opinion is the good outweighs the bad, but not by much.

I standby my original post 100%.

The game where Peterson rushed for 296 yards was unbelievable. While it would have been great at home the experience of being there live and feel the air rush out of the dome everytime Peterson touched the ball was priceless.
The good far outweighs the bad in my mind, I wouldn't bother if it didn't.


Is that the flask talking?
;)

I'll see you guys at the opener. Seems like such a long way away.
Can't make the Dallas game even if I wanted to.

BloodyHorns82
08-26-2009, 01:32 PM
"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:












Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

It's still live even if you're at home.
It's still live when you're seeing the white's in AD's eyes instead of trying to make out if that is an '8' or a '9' on his back while standing at what feels like the top of the empire state building.
There are many, many downsides to actually being at the game in person.

The view is WAY f'ing better on TV.
TV lacks atmosphere however.
My opinion is the good outweighs the bad, but not by much.

I standby my original post 100%.

The game where Peterson rushed for 296 yards was unbelievable. While it would have been great at home the experience of being there live and feel the air rush out of the dome everytime Peterson touched the ball was priceless.
The good far outweighs the bad in my mind, I wouldn't bother if it didn't.


Definitely glad to be at the Peterson 296 game as well as a few others, but those are far and few between.
I've never gone to a game and not had a great time.
My original point though was to Thor, which is if you're on a budget one of the easiest things to cut out would be attending the games in person.

On the flip side attending the games in person makes watching them at home even more enjoyable.
The ability to pause the TV to take a quick 30 second piss, while grabbing a $0.75 beer on the way back to the couch from the fridge...those are the things I normally take for granted being at home.
No missed plays, close up of all the action with enough money left over to fill the gas tank for work on Monday.


For those of us that hate crowds and lines it's easier to take more enjoyment watching the game on TV.
I spend on average at least 30 minutes a game either waiting in line for the bathroom or pissing in the trough.
I went to 11 home games last year - That's 5 1/2 hours I spent waiting to take a piss at Vikings games last year alone, and that number is being generous.
I never wake up on the morning of an away game and think "damn, wish I was funneling into the dome right about now in a drunken stupor.
If I didn't have season tickets I'm sure my opinion would be much higher of attending live in person.
It's easy to take a good thing for granted...although honestly the more games I go to the less I enjoy them.
My favorite part by far of going to the Vikings games is tailgating before hand.

I

V4L
08-27-2009, 01:35 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jmcdon00" wrote:


"BloodyHorns82" wrote:














Tickets are cheap!
So long as you don't go to the Packer or Bear games.
Probably be a little higher this year than in year's past but I'm guessing still affordable.
I may have an extra ticket to a few games this year that I'd sell at face value ($25).


It'll be up to the wife... we bought a house with the understanding that we cut "extras" out until I'm a licensed psychologist and/or she's getting some income from her residency.
I've had to say no to her a few times on stuff she really wanted recently...

If SHE wants to go though.... that'll make it easier!


I hear ya 100% - the wife and I are making some budget cuts right now as well.
It's not like you can't watch them for free in the comfort of your own living room where the beer floweth cheap and plentiful.


Where the beer floweth from my kegerator and I view the game on the 125" (or bigger" screen from my HD projector..... hard to beat.


Not in any way to make light of your financial concerns, but tailgating with PPO, filing into the Dome, getting pumped up by the strains of "Immigrant Song" and feeling the place roar when the players come out beats the hell out of the at-home experience, no matter how cold the beer is or how big the screen is.

=Z=


+1


Meh...I really enjoy the tailgating experience, but I could live without watching the games inside the dome.
Given a choice I would take the dome, but if money was tight, I would stay home in a heartbeat and wouldn't be down on it at all.
Especially if you have a 125" TV, some surround sound and lots of beer.
If I had better seats my opinion might change (sometimes it's hard to see exactly what's going on from 5300' above field level...especially opposite end zone).
But then again, better seats would drive the price up even more.

I get a much better feel for the game watching at home then being there live.
Might be the excess alcohol consumption pre-game though.


Did you just "Meh" live Vikings football?
:'( :'( :'(

It's still live even if you're at home.
It's still live when you're seeing the white's in AD's eyes instead of trying to make out if that is an '8' or a '9' on his back while standing at what feels like the top of the empire state building.
There are many, many downsides to actually being at the game in person.

The view is WAY f'ing better on TV.
TV lacks atmosphere however.
My opinion is the good outweighs the bad, but not by much.

I standby my original post 100%.

The game where Peterson rushed for 296 yards was unbelievable. While it would have been great at home the experience of being there live and feel the air rush out of the dome everytime Peterson touched the ball was priceless.
The good far outweighs the bad in my mind, I wouldn't bother if it didn't.


Definitely glad to be at the Peterson 296 game as well as a few others, but those are far and few between.
I've never gone to a game and not had a great time.
My original point though was to Thor, which is if you're on a budget one of the easiest things to cut out would be attending the games in person.

On the flip side attending the games in person makes watching them at home even more enjoyable.
The ability to pause the TV to take a quick 30 second piss, while grabbing a $0.75 beer on the way back to the couch from the fridge...those are the things I normally take for granted being at home.
No missed plays, close up of all the action with enough money left over to fill the gas tank for work on Monday.


For those of us that hate crowds and lines it's easier to take more enjoyment watching the game on TV.
I spend on average at least 30 minutes a game either waiting in line for the bathroom or pissing in the trough.
I went to 11 home games last year - That's 5 1/2 hours I spent waiting to take a piss at Vikings games last year alone, and that number is being generous.

I never wake up on the morning of an away game and think "damn, wish I was funneling into the dome right about now in a drunken stupor.
If I didn't have season tickets I'm sure my opinion would be much higher of attending live in person.
It's easy to take a good thing for granted...although honestly the more games I go to the less I enjoy them.
My favorite part by far of going to the Vikings games is tailgating before hand.

I



Well said my man

I agree with it

NodakPaul
08-27-2009, 01:56 PM
IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)

V4L
08-27-2009, 01:59 PM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


Lol won't argue that

I do LOVE live games.. Prob more so then some of the season ticket holders because I can only make 1 or 2 maybe 3 a year

But funds prevent me from going to any thing year I believe :(

So it's all TV and beer here for me

marstc09
08-27-2009, 02:03 PM
"V4L" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


Lol won't argue that

I do LOVE live games.. Prob more so then some of the season ticket holders because I can only make 1 or 2 maybe 3 a year

But funds prevent me from going to any thing year I believe :(

So it's all TV and beer here for me


If you took all that money you spend on beer a year, you could easily by season tickets.

BloodyHorns82
08-27-2009, 02:06 PM
"marstc09" wrote:


"V4L" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


Lol won't argue that

I do LOVE live games.. Prob more so then some of the season ticket holders because I can only make 1 or 2 maybe 3 a year

But funds prevent me from going to any thing year I believe :(

So it's all TV and beer here for me


If you took all that money you spend on beer a year, you could easily by season tickets.


Yeah, but then he wouldn't have any beer.
;D

V4L
08-27-2009, 02:11 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"V4L" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


Lol won't argue that

I do LOVE live games.. Prob more so then some of the season ticket holders because I can only make 1 or 2 maybe 3 a year

But funds prevent me from going to any thing year I believe :(

So it's all TV and beer here for me


If you took all that money you spend on beer a year, you could easily by season tickets.


Yeah, but then he wouldn't have any beer.
;D



LOL exactly

Beer and watch on my 42 inch screen which isn't too bad.. Possibly get some head at the same time

Or no beer maybe once a week and then watch live

jargomcfargo
08-27-2009, 02:23 PM
"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


There was a couple that combined the two at the dome last year. They got hauled of to jail.
Weren't they Packer fans?

NodakPaul
08-27-2009, 02:26 PM
"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


There was a couple that combined the two at the dome last year. They got hauled of to jail.
Weren't they Packer fans?


Iowa fans.
It was during the UoM - Iowa game. :)

BloodyHorns82
08-27-2009, 02:27 PM
"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


There was a couple that combined the two at the dome last year. They got hauled of to jail.
Weren't they Packer fans?


Nah, that was at the Gopher/Hawkeye game last year.
I believe one was a Gopher fan and the other a Hawkeye.
Their spouses were also at the game.
Awkward!!!

jargomcfargo
08-27-2009, 02:45 PM
"BloodyHorns82" wrote:


"jargomcfargo" wrote:


"NodakPaul" wrote:


IMHO Football and sex are two things that are much better in person than on TV... ;)


There was a couple that combined the two at the dome last year. They got hauled of to jail.
Weren't they Packer fans?


Nah, that was at the Gopher/Hawkeye game last year.
I believe one was a Gopher fan and the other a Hawkeye.
Their spouses were also at the game.
Awkward!!!


So what would their offspring be? A Buckeye?