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    With all the recent activity we have had and many people begging to play for the blue and gold I thought it appropriate that we start coming up with some slogans for next season. "Gotta go to work" was big in 99, "Max Q" last year. What do you all think of "We don't rebuild, we reload" for 2002. :eek:

  • #2
    Reload...that's funny!:o You gonna actually submit that one? I'll give this more thought and get back to you.

    P.S. You and family coming back for camp?


    • #3
      not sure

      leaning towards no...I think this year will be a game in St. Louis. I want to take my daughter to a real game soon. You got to start brain washing young or it never works...

      I am keeping my options open though...I still might head back to Macomb ;)


      • #4
        Anything but Max Q and the Greatest Show on Earth. Hated both those.


        • #5
          I liked Greatest Show on Earth, but get really annoyed when it's called Greatest Show on Turf. I understood Max Q but didn't really like it.

          Reload? THUMBS UP:o


          • #6
            J-Ram, thumbs up for that slogan. We don't rebuild...we reload..


            • #7
              I like it too.Sounds like a good theme for the upcoming season.I think the Rams are really wanting to prove themselves next season.I believe the finesse theme will be layed to rest next year.I see our offense playing more aggressive and our defense really knocking the crap out of people.Cant wait for next season!!!


              • #8
                I like it, lets DO IT

                Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


                • #9
                  Right on, we got the BIG GUY in on it now!


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by RamDez:
                    I like it, lets DO IT
                    I'll second that motion. :o

                    We don't rebuild, we reload... hehe yeah.



                    • #11
                      Send it in!

                      We don't rebuild, we reload. :cool:

                      Send it in! Seriously! Just do it: call the Rams office, and e-mail them, and write them a letter (I'll sign too). Contact Martz' office.

                      ;) Hey, J-Ram, Dez, wouldn't it be neat to have the Rams use that slogan coming from Max-Q -- our ClanRam's muscle mascot?



                      • #12
                        Hey J-Ram, Long time no see......I really like that slogan. It says what the Rams are going to do.


                        • #13
                          Love it!!!

                          Now if we can just get someone to make a COOL wallpaper out of it, I want a copy....

                          This space for rent...


                          • #14
                            consider it done

                            I will work on it tomarrow ;)


                            • #15
                              Oh yes and while you are working so hard will you think about making sure M Faulk is on that same wallpaper. I know, I know you have other things to do. jUST KIDDING. bUT THE WALLPAPER IS A GOOD IDEA.sEE YA!


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