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Old 10-16-2008, 03:29 AM   #11
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Save $40: Buy yourself a nice flask...2 $4 Sprites with 3 oz of alcohol in each make for a nice gamelong maintenance buzz!
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I loved TRS and still feel it was a better "fan friendly" stadium than HF. With the round structure and no open end, it wasn't called the "House of Noise" for nothin'!
A woman after my own heart! I loved TRS too. That wind coming off the "lake" in November and December would chill me to the bone but the noise in that place was incredible.

Now I like Heinz but really during a game I don't need to see downtown. Close it off like TRS was and let the noise stay where it belongs!!!!
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I've had this idea, but with all the "full body cavity searches" going on these days, your lucky to get your car keys in.
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[QUOTE=HometownGal;455150]I loved TRS and still feel it was a better "fan friendly" stadium than HF. With the round structure and no open end, it wasn't called the "House of Noise" for nothin'! QUOTE]


Yeah, TRS was alot louder. I remember people jumping up and down on the moveable bleachers, how the bleachers didn't collapse is beyond me. My family's tix were in the shady part of the stadium too, so I really don't ever remember being warm at TRS.

I do like Heinz Field, think it has better amenities, but there was something about TRS that I cannot put my finger on. Maybe it was watching the games with my grandad their for the first time, not sure, but the Concrete Ashtray was a great stadium.
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I've had this idea, but with all the "full body cavity searches" going on these days, your lucky to get your car keys in.
Give it to a lady.. they send me to another line with a lady... she touches me on the side about chest height & hip height & checks any bag/purse we have with us.. that is it. I've even snuck a few cans in on cold (mega-coat wearing) days... lol.

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To be honest $7 is going to be cheaper than what im paying in a weeks time at the london game where the beers will be closer to $8! That really is highway robbery!
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