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  • Guest's Avatar
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    probably just a bandwagoner, who thought he had easy money.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    This guy really sounds like a Whiner fan. True Gold & Blue since the Feragamo Days. #18 Lives.

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  • txramsfan
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    Eagles Fans would eat this fan for a tailgate party. What a loser.

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    Don't forget San Fransisco. They can always use another "whiner" in thier midst.

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  • evil disco man
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    I say we send 'em to Dallas. Sounds like most Cowboy fans to me.

    :shield:

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    Hey !!!!

    ramgram,

    Now, my question is: Is this a Rams fan & if there are any more like him out there can we send them to LA with a one- way ticket on a leaky boat???????
    Don't Send Him Here !!!

    We Don't Want Him !!!

    And A "leaky boat" ???
    How Are You Traveling ???

    Maybe By A Bus With A Broken Axil Would Have Been A Better Means of Transpertation (He, He).

    And What's Wrong With Us RAM FANS IN L.A. ???

    Brother, You Cut Me, And I BLEED Blue & Gold !!!

    Karl

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  • RealRam
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    Trueblooded RAM...

    Originally posted by MsWistRAM
    Betting will always ruin it. Then it becomes about the money. That's not a fan, that's a gambler.
    Soooo true! :cool:

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    BTW, tell him if he doesn't care about them, I'll take any Rams shirts he has.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Betting will always ruin it. Then it becomes about the money. That's not a fan, that's a gambler.

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  • evil disco man
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    The true fans are the ones that stick to a team whether or not they're winning. The guy you met obviously isn't a Rams fan, let alone a football fan.

    By the way, love the pic RMFN!

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    If you're not a fan when they lose, you're not a fan!


    Been a season ticket holder since day one in St Louis. Missed maybe 6 games. I will be at my seat when they are 0-12 or 12-0.



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  • ramgram
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    Fan

    Met a guy the other day wearing a Ram's shirt. Commented on it & he replied that it was the only clean one in his closet or he'd have worn something else. When I questioned him he said he didn't want to even talk about "THEM". Asked why, he replied they had let him down cruelly & he would be a long time getting over it. Couldn't figure out how, as Conference champs they had let anyone down & said so! And then the truth came out after much spluttering, "Besides, I lost 500 bucks on them!!!" Now, my question is: Is this a Rams fan & if there are any more like him out there can we send them to LA with a one- way ticket on a leaky boat??????? If you're not a fan when they lose, you're not a fan!

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