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#1 joethoma

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:52 PM

Most of you probably know this, but unlike the Upper and Lower Deck seats which are Blue, the Club Level Seats are Grey

Does anyone else not think it makes our fanbase look really bad to people watching on TV when the wine-and-cheese crowd from the club level clears out early and leaves the huge chunks of very noticeable grey on TV?

My soon to be father-in-law (and unfortunately Cowboys fan), loves pointing this out to me and making some comment about how fairweather are fans are

I know there are some PSL owners in the club level that are passionate, but from being a PSL owner and attending all home games the past four years, that is usually the first area to leave.

At least the lower and uppper deck have blue seats, which aren't as noticeable when people leave.

And Why the Hell were all those Cardinals fans allowed to go down to the seats closest to the Cardinals bench at the end of the game?!!

I couldn't believe it! I've been refused from going down to the lower level without a ticket during games when most of the Panthers fans have left, but we'll extend that priviledge to our opponent during a playoff game?

A small thing in the grand scheme of things, but infuriating none the less. I couldn't have been the only one to notice that

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:54 PM

Remind you FIL you are fuging his daughter when ever he points this out.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:55 PM

I saw 'em too. I wondered how they got down there. They check my ticket before I can sit down.
It's not the firt time I've seen opposing fans in that area near the end of a game. Maybe the ticket checker over there is slack.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:56 PM

I swear if i see one more fashion article, we have been throug new jersey's today that turned out to be cheerleading outfitts, electric blue cleats, black helmets, know this, hell i just wanna win a superbowl.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:58 PM

Remind you FIL you are f*cking his daughter when ever he points this out.


Haha- Pretty good response. I might have to clean up the wording a little bit..

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 08:58 PM

I came in here to volunteer to bedazzle the club seats. Want to make them match the new electric blue cleats. That'd be awesome. And I'll bet it's not against NFL regulations to put lights on the seats so maybe we can get that done too.


oh - and it's tough to get down to the lower level without a ticket before half time, but not so much after half time.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:00 PM

i was at the steelers game a couple years ago, they killed us. i was in the 11th row by the steelers tunnel. as the game wore on more and more steeler fans came into our section. our fans had cleared out by then. security did try to stop them, but then they let them come in as long as the were relatively cool.
if you were in say arizona and we were waxing some ass, you wouldn't wanna move down. i think we all have done it at one time or another.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:06 PM

My soon to be father-in-law (and unfortunately Cowboys fan)


Your FIL sounds like a real dip poo. I would never let a Cowboy fan infiltrate my family. If you ever have a son, he'll be buying him stuff with that gay star on it. Sends shivers down my spine just thinking about it.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:15 PM

Your FIL sounds like a real dip sh*t. I would never let a Cowboy fan infiltrate my family. If you ever have a son, he'll be buying him stuff with that gay star on it. Sends shivers down my spine just thinking about it.


He's actually a cool guy. It is hard to hang out on Sundays b/c I hate the Cowboys pretty bad. Haha, I thought I hated them more than anybody, but you may have me beat.

No, he knows no child of mine will be defiled by that filthy star. It's in my prenup.

#10 Brooklyn Bully

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:50 PM

I know there are some PSL owners in the club level that are passionate, but from being a PSL owner and attending all home games the past four years, that is usually the first area to leave.


Not true, IMHO. People leave from every part of the stadium. I too have seen it with my own eyes every home game over the last five seasons. As for why it looks this way on TV, it's because due to camera levels, that section is seen the most on the along with the lowers. You rarely see the uppers and their holes at all.

Most people leave early because they don't live in the city, which is lame if you ask me. If you're driving that long to goto the game, why care about traffic on the way back? It's part of going. Don't forget that the Club Seats also have indoor (heated, air conditioned, carpeted) eating places, couches, smoking areas, televisions, private bathrooms. So some of the people escape there during the evil summer sun (sunny side how do you do it?) or winter cold (wimps). It's unfair to claim they leave the stadium all together. Yes, it can also be about "being seen". One game this season I went to go piss during a time out and there had to be 75 people watching the game at the bar! I wish everyone would stay in their seats, but when you have a second option, I can't blame them. It's worlds better than the drab cement hell that is the upper and lower decks.

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Posted 19 January 2009 - 09:52 PM

Haha- Pretty good response. I might have to clean up the wording a little bit..


Just say "you know your daughter does my laundry?" and he'll get the message :cool:


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