Literally what I'm doing.
you lucky bastard. i live in atlanta so i don't get to tailgate unless it's with my fine young male falcons fan friends. (nice aliteration there, yea i know.) i'd love to wake up at 10 and be able to watch the games after going out the night before and getting trashed.
The only good thing about being a westcoast panther fan
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west coast fan here too. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. I was bummed when I found out the Raider game was @ Charlotte. But then again, dressed in Panther paraphernalia in Oakland will likely get me killed, so I guess it was a blessing in disguise.
the oakland game wasn't too bad. we flew up and drove the in-laws van (they're from vallejo) to the stadium and tailgated. the raider fans hazed us a little when we were first unloading but they were cool for the most part. the scariest thing was walking through the tunnels before the game with our panther jerseys on. you could feel the f-bombs in your chest after bouncing off the concrete. the one guy that actually gave me the willies was the security guard! he threatened to shoot me if i still had my jersey on after the game. my wife was really thinking about taking her jersey off but i convinced her not to. haha
Posted 12 September 2010 - 12:19 PM
Heh, you guys live in Oceanside, CA, I live in Seaside, CA. I was last stationed in Hawaii, how bout them 7am games Used to work a lotta night shifts, got off work at 5am many a Sunday morning and went straight to the bar to watch the games. Next duty station: Australia, how's that for west coast fan, heh
We got some Oz and NZed fans up in dis joint.
Yeah after Tommy Jone and Rosario Dawson beat the chargers, I immediately got swarmed by angry drunk somoans...
But some classy San Diego fans encircled me in a wall of protection.
Very nice of them.
"I felt a great disturbance in the stadium, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in cheers, and were suddenly silenced."