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I just bought my first PSLs, section 529

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besides going to wine and cheese the other things you must do if you want to fit in:

Make sure you do the wave on offense not defense.

Yell at people to sit down when they decide to stand up on third down.

Wear a jersey of your former team whenever we play them at BOA.

If we lose 2 games in a row at home, don't come to the next game until we start winning again or better still sell your tickets to all of the big games to opposing fans so they can take over our house.

Anyone want to add more things that are wrong with PSL owners...........

They have victim complexes ?

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congrats!!!

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Congrats man....there is nothing more exciting than attending a live NFL game. :cheers2:

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They have victim complexes ?

Who needs to have a victim complex when there will be 20-30 threads during the season discussing how poor all of us are. No need for a complex. Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean people aren't out to get you.:D

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Who needs to have a victim complex when there will be 20-30 threads during the season discussing how poor all of us are. No need for a complex. Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean people aren't out to get you.:D

the absence of evidence isn't the evidence of absence.

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the absence of evidence isn't the evidence of absence.

Might have been better and more apropriate if it read, a lack of produced evidence doesn't indicate it is not in existence.

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Bump

Two questions:

1) When do they send us our tickets?

2) When do they invoice you for playoff tickets if it looks like we will make the playoffs?

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Bump

Two questions:

1) When do they send us our tickets?

2) When do they invoice you for playoff tickets if it looks like we will make the playoffs?

1.July

2. around week 16 if you are still in the running at that point.

Added one more thing to the PSl list. You now how the opportunity to pay full price for a ticket that other folks will be paying 20 dollars if we have another year like last year. Welcome!! :D

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1.July

2. around week 16 if you are still in the running at that point.

Added one more thing to the PSl list. You now how the opportunity to pay full price for a ticket that other folks will be paying 20 dollars if we have another year like last year. Welcome!! :D

Grassyass ameego.

I love paying too much for things, so this will be great.

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Grassyass ameego.

I love paying too much for things, so this will be great.

In all fairness, in 2008 when we went 12-4 and tickets were hard to get, being a PSL owner had it privledges. Last year- not so much. Problem has been that we have had too many non-winning seasons lately.

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besides going to wine and cheese the other things you must do if you want to fit in:

Make sure you do the wave on offense not defense.

Yell at people to sit down when they decide to stand up on third down.

Wear a jersey of your former team whenever we play them at BOA.

If we lose 2 games in a row at home, don't come to the next game until we start winning again or better still sell your tickets to all of the big games to opposing fans so they can take over our house.

Anyone want to add more things that are wrong with PSL owners...........

go shirtless with painted wiskers!

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Start slow.

Simply stick with hard cheeses in September and October. Nothing wrong with a Gruyere or even a simple asiago. Pair this with a Pinot gris...or maybe even a Sauternes if you are with a plucky crowd. Not sure how the lads in 529 are

For the late fall games move to a semisoft - Talleggio is a friend for those cool days. A burgundy will work here.

Finally for the last few games move to your heavy soft cheeses. Blue or Brie. I prefer a heavy Zin but at this point even a hearty meritage will do.

Tally Ho! and welcome to the club

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