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Old 12-23-2012, 06:32 AM   #21
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Default Re: How has Pittsbugh as a city felt?

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I nominate this post for the worst post of the year award!

The season ticket waiting list is up to 60,000 people. Your uncle lied to you. He didn't tell you how much money he lost on that trip to Vegas. Get a grip man.
Yeah. A buddy of mine put his name on the waiting list 12 years ago. He only has to wait 10 more years before hes at the top of the list
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:12 AM   #22
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Cannot speak for the city, but my uncle is so angered, that he is giving up his season seats after this season. Steelers need to be very worried about fan apathy if this continues.
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I nominate this post for the worst post of the year award!
with only 8 days remaining in 2012, I think you have chosen well
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:14 AM   #23
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You must be drunk.What the hell is this garbage you've posted, I asked Pittsburghers to give me their take on the vibe in Western Pa
Gezzus, man, take it down a notch will ya ?!!!
"Vibe", in Western Pensylvania. Well isn't being happy, or proud not a vibe.? This is a steelers forum, NOT a Tourist-Advice Information Center !
- you wanted " steeler electricity"?,, then don't be shocked if I tell you this thread makes no sense.
Then again, I don't live in Western PA,
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Old 12-23-2012, 08:19 AM   #24
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It's been a disappointing season when it looked like the Steelers had so much potential. After the win over the Giants, I was convinced the Steelers would catch fire and make the superbowl as long as we stayed away from Denver. It just feels like they really shot themselves in the foot this season.

They could tank 2 the next 2 games.... I'll be upset but I am not going to abandon them. Couple the Steelers in with the fact the penguins arent playing, it's a real bummer.


If I could afford season tickets, I sure as hell wouldnt give them up over this. IM A PIRATES FAN! HAHA!
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Old 12-23-2012, 12:24 PM   #25
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Gezzus, man, take it down a notch will ya ?!!!
"Vibe", in Western Pensylvania. Well isn't being happy, or proud not a vibe.? This is a steelers forum, NOT a Tourist-Advice Information Center !
- you wanted " steeler electricity"?,, then don't be shocked if I tell you this thread makes no sense.
Then again, I don't live in Western PA,
Thanks for the Advice
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:48 PM   #26
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Cannot speak for the city, but my uncle is so angered, that he is giving up his season seats after this season. Steelers need to be very worried about fan apathy if this continues.
Your uncle sounds like a rube

We've had worse seasons than this

So because the team might have a losing season your uncle wants to give up his tickets?

I'd happily take that burden from him
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Old 12-23-2012, 03:58 PM   #27
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Glad I found this thread because I wanted to ask those of you who live in Pittsburgh will the media be tough on Tomlin? Will they be tough on Ben?

If this happened in NYC, the media and the fan base would be brutal and harsh on Tomlin and Ben, but what is the dynamic between the PIT media and the Steelers's coach and QB.

During Tomlin's little post game presser seen on ESPN, Tomlin basically said nothing and quoted his normal gobbledygook about not executing and .....well.....he just doenst say a damn thing.

So does anyone ever ask him or Ben tough questions or are they scared of being frozen out?
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Old 12-23-2012, 04:33 PM   #28
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No hockey and no playoffs makes Mom go something, something!!!

Seriously, I can handle losses, and bad football seasons...hockey is what I'm more passionate about anyhow. I hate even having to go from June (end of Stanley Cup playoffs) to August (preseason football) without the two sports I love.

The city will be ok, for now...but without hockey, and with a terrible football season, and then the Pirates, I think it'll get a little unsettled around here lol.
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No hockey and no playoffs makes Mom go something, something!!!
Go crazy?
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I'm glad my thread has done some good
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