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cowboyjoe

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Hi guys - I am flying in Friday from the Twin Cities, MN (my Dad from Dallas) to come see the Cowboys vs. Panthers game this weekend.

My Dad and I visit a new stadium each year and each time rely on the locals in guiding us to must see, must do things. We typically get a stadium tour of each place, but any other suggestions of where to eat or things we need to do while we are there is much appreciated.

Don't worry, we have some Carolina fans coming to visit who live a few hours away, so our camp will be half Cowboy blue / half Carolina blue.

Good luck this weekend...

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oh look a cowboys fan that's not even from texas, I AM SO COMPLETELY FUKKING SHOCKED

suggestions of where to eat

eat sh-t

or things we need to do while we are there

kill yourself

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Damn, that's a bit of a harsh reception.

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I would recommend parking off of West Blvd and walking to the stadium.

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"oh look a cowboys fan that's not even from texas, I AM SO COMPLETELY FUKKING SHOCKED"

Oh, I see. I forgot to mention I will be flying in an airplane and not taking the ox and wagon from where I live.

Please note this is also how I moved from Dallas to Minnesota.

Thank you for the kind words. I am really looking forward to the game.

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Yeah because everyone in Charlotte, or the South for that matter, lives on a farm and rides an ox to the trading post for molasses and chewing tobacco.

Where are your seats?

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welcome, good sir! you are sure to enjoy our special brand of hospitality here in the good ol' southern US of A! from uptown area simply jump onto the 485 loop, onto I-85, and bear west from atlanta onto highway 20. give it a good half day and you'll be welcomed right where you belong! happy travels! bye!

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