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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

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    Whether he's booed, applauded or receives a standing ovation, I still hope he moons Ted Thompson & Joe Buck.
    I hope Deanna does.
    At first I laughed at Singer thinking that post wouldn't be improved upon.

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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "Jereamiah" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "happy" wrote:
    The Metrodome applauded Favre when he scored the TD record.

    I don't know. I guess I think Favre deserves respect from the Packer fans when he brought so much to them over the years.
    Did they really.

    I guess.

    He desereves something baring his history.

    However, I'm sad, that this good game, will be owershadowed by this Favre maniac.
    Yah, they did. I was there, I did too, even though I hated the guy.
    I was in St. Louis for the yardage record

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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"


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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"


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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "happy" wrote:
    The Metrodome applauded Favre when he scored the TD record.

    I don't know. I guess I think Favre deserves respect from the Packer fans when he brought so much to them over the years.
    Did they really.

    I guess.

    He desereves something baring his history.

    However, I'm sad, that this good game, will be owershadowed by this Favre maniac.
    I didn't clap.
    I boo'd.


    I tink the Favre mania will disappear (at least from the game) once kickoff happens.

    =Z=
    I clapped for the accomplishment.
    It is totally separate from him scoring on us.
    The record would have happened against anyone.


    Immediately after a congratulatory clap, then boo again.
    JMHO!

    As far as the Packer fans, what do you expect.
    I expected boos.
    I remember when Knobloch left for the Yankees (sold out) I boo'd him the whole game.
    I definitely felt betrayed in that whole deal, he was one of my favorite players at the time.
    It is one thing to be traded somewhere, but when someone asks to be traded or chooses to go to the team you most despise that is totally another.

    I think that once he retires from the Vikings, for good, the majority of Miller-rita-ville will be able to forgive him and take him under their arm.
    They will also give the keys to all the city of Wisconsin back to him.
    They will want to sign him to a one day contract and have him retire as a Packer.
    I am sure that is what Brett wants also, he is a Packer at heart playing pick up games with the Vikings.
    It is a good thing that he is so competitive.

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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "happy" wrote:
    The Metrodome applauded Favre when he scored the TD record.

    I don't know. I guess I think Favre deserves respect from the Packer fans when he brought so much to them over the years.
    Did they really.

    I guess.

    He desereves something baring his history.

    However, I'm sad, that this good game, will be owershadowed by this Favre maniac.
    I didn't clap.
    I boo'd.


    I tink the Favre mania will disappear (at least from the game) once kickoff happens.

    =Z=
    I clapped for the accomplishment.
    It is totally separate from him scoring on us.
    The record would have happened against anyone.


    Immediately after a congratulatory clap, then boo again.
    JMHO!

    As far as the Packer fans, what do you expect.
    I expected boos.
    I remember when Knobloch left for the Yankees (sold out) I boo'd him the whole game.
    I definitely felt betrayed in that whole deal, he was one of my favorite players at the time.
    It is one thing to be traded somewhere, but when someone asks to be traded or chooses to go to the team you most despise that is totally another.

    I think that once he retires from the Vikings, for good, the majority of Miller-rita-ville will be able to forgive him and take him under their arm.
    They will also give the keys to all the city of Wisconsin back to him.
    They will want to sign him to a one day contract and have him retire as a Packer.
    I am sure that is what Brett wants also, [size=10pt]he is a Packer at heart playing pick up games with the Vikings[/size].
    It is a good thing that he is so competitive.
    :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
    I thought Singer and I were the only one left who saw it that way.
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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    It is true.
    I have never expected anything more or less.
    You can't erase the memories from your own past that easy.
    He may hate Ted and possibly McFatty, the two guys that cockblocked him from the team but he loves the fans.
    Even if they are booing him now, he still loves the fans and the previous GMs and coaches that coached the Packers.

    Besides, that is where his legacy is at.


    I am just glad we got the Packers out of the way this year.
    Now we can move on to the more important stuff, getting to the Super Bowl.

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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "snowinapril" wrote:
    It is true.
    I have never expected anything more or less.
    You can't erase the memories from your own past that easy.
    He may hate Ted and possibly McFatty, the two guys that cockblocked him from the team but he loves the fans.
    Even if they are booing him now, he still loves the fans and the previous GMs and coaches that coached the Packers.

    Besides, that is where his legacy is at.


    I am just glad we got the Packers out of the way this year.
    Now we can move on to the more important stuff, getting to the Super Bowl.

    Ever wondered what the term "sports minded" meant, other than just a job ad phrase?
    Sadly enough I think the Packer fans would be cheering Favre if the Vikes were 3-4 going into Lambeau having dropped one to the Packers.

    Favre has to hate being disrespected and given his competitive nature I seriously think his "love" for Packer fans, legacy or not has been seriously hurt.

    I cheered both CC and Randle when they went to the Dolphins and SHawks, but was sad to see only shadows of what they were with the Vikes.
    I watch Raven's games to see Birk and that he still has it.
    These guys are Vikings regardless of where they go.

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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "happy" wrote:
    The Metrodome applauded Favre when he scored the TD record.

    I don't know. I guess I think Favre deserves respect from the Packer fans when he brought so much to them over the years.
    Did they really.

    I guess.

    He desereves something baring his history.

    However, I'm sad, that this good game, will be owershadowed by this Favre maniac.
    I didn't clap.
    I boo'd.


    I tink the Favre mania will disappear (at least from the game) once kickoff happens.

    =Z=
    I clapped for the accomplishment.
    It is totally separate from him scoring on us.
    The record would have happened against anyone.


    Immediately after a congratulatory clap, then boo again.
    JMHO!

    As far as the Packer fans, what do you expect.
    I expected boos.
    I remember when Knobloch left for the Yankees (sold out) I boo'd him the whole game.
    I definitely felt betrayed in that whole deal, he was one of my favorite players at the time.
    It is one thing to be traded somewhere, but when someone asks to be traded or chooses to go to the team you most despise that is totally another.

    I think that once he retires from the Vikings, for good, the majority of Miller-rita-ville will be able to forgive him and take him under their arm.
    They will also give the keys to all the city of Wisconsin back to him.
    They will want to sign him to a one day contract and have him retire as a Packer.
    I am sure that is what Brett wants also, [size=10pt]he is a Packer at heart playing pick up games with the Vikings[/size].
    It is a good thing that he is so competitive.
    :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
    I thought Singer and I were the only one left who saw it that way.

    ;D
    The only ones?
    That's funny since Favre has said numerous times that he will always hold the Packers dear to his heart.
    He just wants to play the game and is competitive.
    There's nothing to see, it is what it is.
    He played for them for almost two decades and will play for the Vikings for maybe two years.
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    Re: Favre: "All I ask for is respect"

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "snowinapril" wrote:
    "Zeus" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    [quote author=happy camper link=topic=53946.msg1011931#msg1011931 date=1257039662]
    The Metrodome applauded Favre when he scored the TD record.

    I don't know. I guess I think Favre deserves respect from the Packer fans when he brought so much to them over the years.
    Did they really.

    I guess.

    He desereves something baring his history.

    However, I'm sad, that this good game, will be owershadowed by this Favre maniac.
    I didn't clap.
    I boo'd.


    I tink the Favre mania will disappear (at least from the game) once kickoff happens.

    =Z=
    I clapped for the accomplishment.
    It is totally separate from him scoring on us.
    The record would have happened against anyone.


    Immediately after a congratulatory clap, then boo again.
    JMHO!

    As far as the Packer fans, what do you expect.
    I expected boos.
    I remember when Knobloch left for the Yankees (sold out) I boo'd him the whole game.
    I definitely felt betrayed in that whole deal, he was one of my favorite players at the time.
    It is one thing to be traded somewhere, but when someone asks to be traded or chooses to go to the team you most despise that is totally another.

    I think that once he retires from the Vikings, for good, the majority of Miller-rita-ville will be able to forgive him and take him under their arm.
    They will also give the keys to all the city of Wisconsin back to him.
    They will want to sign him to a one day contract and have him retire as a Packer.
    I am sure that is what Brett wants also, [size=10pt]he is a Packer at heart playing pick up games with the Vikings[/size].
    It is a good thing that he is so competitive.
    :'( :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
    I thought Singer and I were the only one left who saw it that way.

    ;D
    The only ones?
    That's funny since Favre has said numerous times that he will always hold the Packers dear to his heart.
    He just wants to play the game and is competitive.
    There's nothing to see, it is what it is.
    He played for them for almost two decades and will play for the Vikings for maybe two years.
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