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    Re: Red Flag Day

    Infidel wrote:
    It all depends on getting it to the media.

    If you can get the media ON IT before that game.....the idea will spread like wildfire.

    People will bring their own red flags and spares for others who don't have them.

    It's a natural for the media, so I think it can succeed.
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    Re: Red Flag Day

    I'm going to Wally Word to pick up a red hand towel or dish towel.

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    Re: Red Flag Day

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    It would have to be done by masses of people, since throwing objects in the dome can result in immediate ejection from the game and/or loss of season ticket privaleges.

    Waving FIRE CHILDRESS red flags however, is totally acceptable.
    I would do it, but I believe this guy is right.

    I plan to make a sign that says something like "Fire Childress! Gruden for Coach!"

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    Re: Red Flag Day

    Holzberg wrote:
    singersp wrote:
    It would have to be done by masses of people, since throwing objects in the dome can result in immediate ejection from the game and/or loss of season ticket privaleges.

    Waving FIRE CHILDRESS red flags however, is totally acceptable.
    I would do it, but I believe this guy is right.

    I plan to make a sign that says something like "Fire Childress! Gruden for Coach!"
    I plan to cheer for the team wearing purple and not put my selfish wants ahead of that.

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    Re: Red Flag Day

    I don't think the first part of this post can be stated enough. One of the issues, is that if your seat is close enough for your red flag to reach the field then you paid more for your seat, and you'll be out more when you are ejected from the game.
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    Re: Red Flag Day

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    If this were a soccer match the songs would be heard loud and clear by the coach. And because the two sets of fans are segregated he'd be getting it from both sides. Here are some I've altered to fit the scenario..

    Childress get tae Fuck
    Childress Childress Get tae Fuck
    (repeat)

    (it's Scottish for go away please)


    He's bald, he's fat, he's going to get the sack
    Brad Childress, Brad Childress

    (ok he's not fat but i can't think of anything else to replace it)


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    Re: Red Flag Day

    If I hated the Vikings and wanted to devide and conquer their team, this is exactly what I would do.

    Red Flag day will make puker, bear and Lion fans very happy I promis you this. There is nothing to gain. Any lack fan support tword the head coach, will also effect the players in a negative way.

    Good way to make a statement, bad way to support the team and help them win. I guess it really depends on what result your looking for during the game.

    It might be easier to put paper bags on your heads. It will be extremely difficuly to throw red flags on the field from anybody more than 3 rows back.
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    Re: Red Flag Day

    jrjohn wrote:
    It will be extremely difficuly to throw red flags on the field from anybody more than 3 rows back.
    Very true, look at Chilly stood on the sideline and even he can't get a red flag on to the field when required :woohoo:
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    Re: Red Flag Day

    Zeus wrote:
    Holzberg wrote:
    singersp wrote:
    It would have to be done by masses of people, since throwing objects in the dome can result in immediate ejection from the game and/or loss of season ticket privaleges.

    Waving FIRE CHILDRESS red flags however, is totally acceptable.
    I would do it, but I believe this guy is right.

    I plan to make a sign that says something like "Fire Childress! Gruden for Coach!"
    I plan to cheer for the team wearing purple and not put my selfish wants ahead of that.

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    I didn't know the collective desire of tens of thousands of people could be considered selfish.

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    Re: Red Flag Day

    Zeus wrote:
    Holzberg wrote:
    singersp wrote:
    It would have to be done by masses of people, since throwing objects in the dome can result in immediate ejection from the game and/or loss of season ticket privaleges.

    Waving FIRE CHILDRESS red flags however, is totally acceptable.
    I would do it, but I believe this guy is right.

    I plan to make a sign that says something like "Fire Childress! Gruden for Coach!"
    I plan to cheer for the team wearing purple and not put my selfish wants ahead of that.

    =Z=
    I didn't know the collective desire of tens of thousands of people could be considered selfish.

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