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  • Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

    Just to let everyone who has not seen, "Hi, I am a huge rams fan", is just talking smack. I nicely provided the address of Qwest for him, because he didn't know the name of the stadium.

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    Re: Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

    To correct the pompous CaliGirlRamsFan: Qwest did not purchase the naming rights until three years after our stadium was built. It was officially called Seahawks Stadium for the first three years, and many refer to it as that, although the majority just call it "Qwest", now.

    Evidence: Qwest Field - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (right-hand side)

    Still feeling so arrogant? How can a Lambs fan feel arrogant when adding your total number of wins the past few seasons, anyways; I don't get it. Our 4-12 last year was due primarily to injuries, and our 2nd/3rd stringers still took two of our four wins from you.
    Seahawks fan in Seattle. Not here to troll. Go Hawks!

    Don't make bets with me, though. I'm a notorious welcher and should not be trusted on my honor.

    I'm REALLY just jealous of Sam.


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      Re: Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

      He is not worth my time to reply to guy's,........sorry.


      • #4
        Re: Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

        Hey Roland,

        Didn't your Mother teach you anything???

        Don't talk to women like that...What a disrespectful jerk.

        Wait till sunday and our Lambs stomp out your stinky Seachickens....

        That will shut you up!!


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          Re: Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

          Thanks, but don't worry about him. I take it with a grain of salt. And I reported him.


          • #6
            Re: Mr. "Hi, I am a huge Ram's fan"

            6. There is one rule concerning other NFL team fans posting. Be civil and talk football. Smack will be deleted without warning and no explanation will be given. This rule is subject to the automated infraction system.
            Let's move on, kids.


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