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    Casting My Vote

    For the Giants



    Just for this weekend only.................


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    I'm with you Bob....well voting for the giants that is....I will always be a....
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    Thanks Bob!
    -Ned

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    Yuck!!!!!\

    GO PATS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    I'm with you Bob....well voting for the giants that is....I will always be a....
    CHEESE HEAD

    Rats eat cheese

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    Another cheesehead and proud of it.

    Used to have tickets to Lambeau, home side 48 yard line 6 rows up.....nothing like Lambeau once you expierienced it.

    Since the Pack is out I'll be rooting for the Giants.
    A very wise man once said.......
    "I'll take my chances with Misseurs Smith and Wesson. "

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    Steve,

    When I first went to Chicago as a manager for a company, I visited Green Bay and one of the engineers working for me and some customers there. The guy working for me...he and his dad owned a bar not too far from Lambeau Field. I got out and walked in the parking lot there....I am used to cold.....I actually like cold and 4 seasons...missed it terribly while stationed down south in the Navy for 6 of the 8 years I was in the Navy....The cold there in GB is unimagineable! I've lived in Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Illinois, and Idaho ....there is something about the humidity and the wind there in GB that makes the cold just unbelieveable!
    Ken
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    Ken, I knew I had found the LOML when she agreed to go to Green Bay for a spring break trip in college. Took tour of Lambeau, Packer hall of fame and probably went the bar you mentioned, and a few others. The last day we were there it was 15...our friends called and said they were swilling beers on the beach and it was 80. Yeah the cold is "unimagineable!" but you can't beat it for football weather/tradition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Fitzgerald View Post
    The cold there in GB is unimagineable!

    ....there is something about the humidity and the wind there in GB that makes the cold just unbelieveable!
    With the right beer to brat ratio it isn't quite so cold.


    Well Ken, not only have our fingers shared the keyboards on the intenet...our feet have trod the same fabled frozen tundra.
    A very wise man once said.......
    "I'll take my chances with Misseurs Smith and Wesson. "

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    This will likely be the first Super Bowl I won't bother to watch.

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