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Old 12-02-2009, 08:28 PM   #1
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http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-19817035.html

I didn't know this, no wonder Steelers fans flock to other stadiums...that and the fact that people who experience life in Pittsburgh tend to leave pretty quickly, and take their football loyalties with them.
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Old 12-02-2009, 08:41 PM   #2
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I beleive they changed from the grassmaster sod to a different type of sod this year. I haven't heard of any moaning and groaning form players about the sod( but if we play better on the grasmaster go back to by all means )
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Old 12-02-2009, 08:53 PM   #3
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I didn't know this, no wonder Steelers fans flock to other stadiums...that and the fact that people who experience life in Pittsburgh tend to leave pretty quickly, and take their football loyalties with them.
Easy Ratbird Boy, before you come on this site to crow about your team, you probably should have a little more ammo than a close victory in OT against a team missing its best players on O and D. To top that, the game was at YOUR house!

When your team sweeps the entire division, then maybe you can talk a little smack and back it up.
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Easy Ratbird Boy, before you come on this site to crow about your team, you probably should have a little more ammo than a close victory in OT against a team missing its best players on O and D. To top that, the game was at YOUR house!

When your team sweeps the entire division, then maybe you can talk a little smack and back it up.
It's the first thing I've agreed with you on Diddy lol.

And as for life in Pittsburgh, trust me, it's nowhere near as bad as life in disease infested and crime ridden Baltimore...that's for sure.
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I'll take the grass over turf anyday. If our players prefer playing on the grass, then I'm all for it!
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Old 12-02-2009, 09:41 PM   #6
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At least you can walk down the street in the 'Burgh without the fear that you're taking your life in your hands, unlike a certain crime-ridden shithole called Baltimore.

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I didn't know this, no wonder Steelers fans flock to other stadiums...that and the fact that people who experience life in Pittsburgh tend to leave pretty quickly, and take their football loyalties with them.
What does the playing surface have to do with fan attendance may I ask? Heinz Field sells out every single game just like TRS had sold out every single game since '72. And we don't get infested with tons visiting fans year in and year out like other stadiums do.

And you do know why people moved out of the area in the 80's right? It's not the same city it was decades ago lol.

Seriously, is your life really this pointless that you have nothing better to do than sit around and think of all the ways you can smack talk Pittsburgh and the Steelers (very poorly might I add)...after the Rats barely beat a 3rd string QB at home. Those losses last year must have stung you something fierce lol.
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All I hear is whining about the loss, which has nothing to do with what I said.

The Bengals swept the division, you ready to give them credit? No, you'll just keep calling them the Bungles, because THE STEELERS ARE AMERICA'S TEAM, YEAHHHHHH!!!!

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All I hear is whining about the loss, which has nothing to do with what I said.

The Bengals swept the division, you ready to give them credit? No, you'll just keep calling them the Bungles, because THE STEELERS ARE AMERICA'S TEAM, YEAHHHHHH!!!!
Umm, Pdiddy is a BENGALS fan, genius.
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What does the playing surface have to do with fan attendance may I ask? Heinz Field sells out every single game just like TRS had sold out every single game since '72. And we don't get infested with tons visiting fans year in and year out like other stadiums do.

And you do know why people moved out of the area in the 80's right? It's not the same city it was decades ago lol.

Seriously, is your life really this pointless that you have nothing better to do than sit around and think of all the ways you can smack talk Pittsburgh and the Steelers (very poorly might I add)...after the Rats barely beat a 3rd string QB at home. Those losses last year must have stung you something fierce lol.

Is your life so pointless that you have nothing better to do than write long responses?

We'll see what happens at Heinz field, it's a shame the Ravens have to play there every year.
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