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  • Watch All Rams Games in Los Angeles, CA

    Catch all the Rams games every Sunday in Los Angeles at:

    Busby's East
    5364 Wilshire Blvd.
    LA, CA 90036

    2 blocks West of LaBrea... Free Parking behind the bar...

    Tons of great football fans... Tons of Ram Fans!!!!
    This bar is cool as hell on a Sunday morning/afternoon...

    Come Hang Rams Fans!!!

    Go Rams!

  • #2
    Re: Watch All Rams Games in Los Angeles, CA

    Free wings and dollar beers for ClanRam members?

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    • #3
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      Man, I wish I lived in LA, I could go for free wings & dollar beers! I'm stuck in Maryland with every bar filled with Redskins fans saying that this is their year. I think I have heard that every year since I moved here, 16 years ago.

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        Re: Watch All Rams Games in Los Angeles, CA

        heck i'll drive up to wilshire for dollar beers and a Rams game. C'mon Busby.... hook us clanram up!

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        • #5
          Re: Watch All Rams Games in Los Angeles, CA

          Sweet, now i know where to go when i'm in town. Nice suggestion Red....

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