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    I am fortunate enough to take my two brothers and my son to the game Monday night and I was wondering if any other Clan Members might be there? Now that work and turkey day are behind me, my mind is getting focused on the important things! I can't wait!

    Joe :smile:
    "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

    Jack Youngblood

  • #2
    Re: Anyone going to the game Monday night?

    Will definitely not be there but will definitely watch MNF.

    Good for you, MoonJoe! Make sure our Rams know you're there. :helmet:


    • #3
      Re: Anyone going to the game Monday night?

      MoonJoe, we will be there with you in spirit. A trip to the frozen tundra at this time of year presents some logistical challenges for most of us, but we will all be routing hard with you. Remember, the Clan is always at every rams game. Our spirit and energy pervades an aura of invincibility.

      Of course, that has not helped us much this year up to this point.

      We assume you and your son will be wearing rams jerseys and will not be donning those ridiculous looking cheese heads.

      ramming speed to all

      Go MoonJoe Go!!!!!!!!!!!

      general counsel


      • #4
        Re: Anyone going to the game Monday night?

        Thanks guys,

        I know your always there in spirit! Yes my son and I will be in our Rams gear and my two brothers will be in their Packers gear. Our family is orginally from Iowa and that's how they became Packers fans. I on other hand was three when we moved out here to the West coast and knew nothing else but Merlin and Deacon! Go Rams Go!!

        "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

        Jack Youngblood


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