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A few of the stories appearing in our local papers this morning:

San Francisco Chronicle - Click Here
San Jose Mercury-News - Click Here
Santa Rosa Press-Democrat - Click Here
And, of course, the Oakland Tribune - Click Here




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I saw this morning that many in the Raider nation mourn the same way they celebrate, by burning things!

That's what I like to see, win or lose, let nothing get in the way of the post-game riot!
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Many fans here would have called for the immediate demolition of Qualcomm Stadium if the Raiders had won yesterday.



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    Originally posted by mountinman44
    Many fans here would have called for the immediate demolition of Qualcomm Stadium if the Raiders had won yesterday.


Preferably while the Raiders fans were still inside the stadium.




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You say that, yet you live in Philly? Crazy, man.

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#6 Posted on
    Originally posted by mountinman44
    Many fans here would have called for the immediate demolition of Qualcomm Stadium if the Raiders had won yesterday.

Let's just say I made sure that my homeowners check cleared before the game started.

'Course I live within riot distance of Qualcomm (and boy would I be pissed if I were them, what with fat boy calling it The Murph every time he could... that should be a breach of contract or something)

(edited by Guru Zim on 27.1.03 1353)


Your analogy is similar to:

"They already have cars that you can drive, why not blenders?"
"I can already write with my hands, why not my pancreas?"
"They already have beef that I can eat, why not granite?"

-- my new favorite quote from Slashdot comments.

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    Originally posted by Guru Zim
      Originally posted by mountinman44
      Many fans here would have called for the immediate demolition of Qualcomm Stadium if the Raiders had won yesterday.

    Let's just say I made sure that my homeowners check cleared before the game started.

    'Course I live within riot distance of Qualcomm (and boy would I be pissed if I were them, what with fat boy calling it The Murph every time he could... that should be a breach of contract or something)

    (edited by Guru Zim on 27.1.03 1353)



I'm in the same boat. I only live a couple miles away from Qualcomm. At least it stands for another couple of years.



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Well, I was more worried about someone blowing up the gasoline refinery.





Your analogy is similar to:

"They already have cars that you can drive, why not blenders?"
"I can already write with my hands, why not my pancreas?"
"They already have beef that I can eat, why not granite?"

-- my new favorite quote from Slashdot comments.

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Wow...San Diego is ugly from that angle. The freeway makes its hips look way too big...



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    A few of the stories appearing in our local papers this morning:

    San Francisco Chronicle - Click Here
    San Jose Mercury-News - Click Here
    Santa Rosa Press-Democrat - Click Here
    And, of course, the Oakland Tribune - Click Here



The Fresno Bee had a great article on Valley Raider fans, and the biggest Raider fan-club or whatnot in Visalia.


I love it when Raider fans get crushed like this.



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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.22

    Originally posted by Guru Zim
    Well, I was more worried about someone blowing up the gasoline refinery.




May I just say that those gas tanks are in really bad locations - especially the four tanks that are right next to that off-ramp. The big cluster of tanks right next to the freeway are not in a much better position, either.

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    Originally posted by Jaguar
    You say that, yet you live in Philly? Crazy, man.

    -Jag



I don't advocate the bombing of Raiders fans because they're insane, rowdy and obsessive. Much like 700-level Eagles fans, I admire them for that, even as I strive to stay far away from their thrown-object range.

I advocate the bombing of Raiders fans because they're RAIDERS fans. As a Broncos fan, that's enough justification for me.





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Ah. Point taken.

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