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In the past week, I recieved a 'rep' post saying I should stop the "we" talk when referring to the Rams, as I am not part of the game.
I am part of the game. I don't throw the passes, hand off the ball, block the kicks, get the torn ACL, score the TD, or even get the gatorade.
I suffer the emotional ups and downs of the whole team. I cheer when the Rams score, when they stop the run, when they run the punt back 35 yards. I get mad when someone tries to showboat and costs us 15 yards. I suffer when a player gets hurt.
I suffer the insult swhen we lose:I enjoy the exaltation when we win. I pray when a fellow Ram suffers a personal loss: I offer thanks when we recieve blessings.
I bleed blue and gold.
I AM A RAM!
I think I just found my twin brother....We were seperated at birth bro!!!
"We Rams" is good!
I concur. It's all about identity.
Re: "we"Originally Posted by RamsFanSam
Damn straight, Pa![SIGPIC]http://www.stickershoppe.com/mm5/graphics/00000001/MLRPANCmini.jpg[/SIGPIC]This is for Randy! GO BRM!
keep it up1 as long as you Bleed that color you have my Blessings!...............Probably know who rep'd you too!..................lol
We are Rams
No one can argueMy heart beats crazy and my blood runs wild
-10-23-2005 #9clan-ram01 Guest
That Is right. We are Rams
well said. i to bleed the blue & gold & have ridin the ups & downs of this team for the pasr 40 yrs. so if i decide to use the "we" term. then so be it.
They need to put you on the depth chart man ..
we are amused
-10-24-2005 #13Registered User
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I prefer to use "our" and "they"...
slightly different from "our" and "we".
Our defense is bad, and our special teams is really bad.
They need to get better protection on the kick offs.
We need to get better protection on the kick offs.
somehow it just seems that it's "our" team, as fans, but since "we" aren't on the team and can't do anything about it, it's "they" who have to fix things, not "us".
...not sure if anyone follows my logic here.
sounds like someone wants glory but no shame
It's all relative. In a way that has survived decades among collegiate and professional sports, WE, that is to say, you, me, and every single diehard fan, can rightly and passionately claim the ownership of their team:
In our case, "WE, THE FANS, ARE THE RAMS" :1: