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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    You two have carried on with this feud in far to may different threads now.

    Enough is enough. It's getting old rather quickly.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    With all due respect singersp, I simply stated a differing opinion to the Vikings staduim debate and this troglodite jumped on me like I'm his sister.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    "number34" wrote:
    With all due respect singersp, I simply stated a differing opinion to the Vikings staduim debate and this troglodite jumped on me like I'm his sister.

    You came on a site that is for Viking fans and told us we were stupid for paying for a new stadium! What percentage of the fans on here would you think support a new stadium for the Vikings being that the are die hard Vikings fans and do not want to see them leave Minnesota? 95%?

    So do not act all innocent and pretend that you did not start this.

    What team do you cheer for?


    Plus why don't you go get a job instead of living in your mommies basement and eating her food!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    I already told you, I'm a Vikings fan, I have been since I was a kid. I really don't give a crap if you believe it or not.

    I didn't start anything. I offered a differing opinion and because it doesn't agree with the supposed 95%, you say I'm a Packer fan and spew a bunch of venom.

    I'm sorry, but I'd like to see you do a poll of Minnesot residents in general and see how much they want their taxes raised. There's more to the state than just the Twin Cities you know. Jerk.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    "number34" wrote:
    I already told you, I'm a Vikings fan, I have been since I was a kid. I really don't give a crap if you believe it or not.

    I didn't start anything. I offered a differing opinion and because it doesn't agree with the supposed 95%, you say I'm a Packer fan and spew a bunch of venom.

    I'm sorry, but I'd like to see you do a poll of Minnesot residents in general and see how much they want their taxes raised. There's more to the state than just the Twin Cities you know. Jerk.

    So I should be able to vote on everything I am taxed on and it should all be done by referendums?

    And you are not from Minnesota so what difference does it make to you jerk!

    You are an idiot!

    And if you are a Viking fan and list Hershel Walker as your favorite player than you are a bigger idiot than I thought!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    "whackthepack" wrote:
    "number34" wrote:
    I already told you, I'm a Vikings fan, I have been since I was a kid. I really don't give a crap if you believe it or not.

    I didn't start anything. I offered a differing opinion and because it doesn't agree with the supposed 95%, you say I'm a Packer fan and spew a bunch of venom.

    I'm sorry, but I'd like to see you do a poll of Minnesot residents in general and see how much they want their taxes raised. There's more to the state than just the Twin Cities you know. Jerk.

    So I should be able to vote on everything I am taxed on and it should all be done by referendums?

    And you are not from Minnesota so what difference does it make to you jerk!

    You are an idiot!

    And if you are a Viking fan and list Hershel Walker as your favorite player than you are a bigger idiot than I thought!
    How long are you guys going to keep acting like 4 year olds?

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    I rest my case.

    By the way, I have family who live in Minnesota who don't want a new stadium because they don't want higher taxes so it does make a difference to me.

    Also, instead of trying to copy me, try coming up with an original thought.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    "number34" wrote:
    I rest my case.

    By the way, I have family who live in Minnesota who don't want a new stadium because they don't want higher taxes so it does make a difference to me.

    Also, instead of trying to copy me, try coming up with an original thought.

    Then do I get to vote on everything they like to do that I have to pay tax on!

    Do they go to the Mall of America?
    Mall of America was given around a 100 million in tax breaks and a 100 million in infrastructure, they want 200 million state investment for their new expansion.

    Do they like to snowmobile or cross country ski?
    This state spends about 20 million a year maintaining and building snowmobile and cross country ski trails.

    How about do they like to fish?
    This state spends hundred of millions each year for conservation?

    Do they work for Northwest Airlines?
    This state gave them 750 million to try and keep them here and 2 build 2 bases in Northern Minnesota!

    How about Best Buy?
    Gave them Million in tax breaks and bought the land their new corporate campus is on.

    How about schools?
    I do not have children in the public school system should I have to pay tax on them.

    How about welfare?
    I work and have never been on government support why should I pay for it?

    How about the Guthrie theater?
    Over 100 million from the state and I do not go to plays there!

    How about tax breaks for 3m, Pillsbury, Alliant Tech Systems?
    I do not work at any of those businesses but they get tax breaks form Minnesota!

    I do not use or work at these places or do these activities, so I should be able to VOTE on all of them! That is not the way our government was set up and if this is a benefit for the state and it's people then it should be done!


    You do not have enough since to admit that you are wrong, and I have no further time to waste on you!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    No.

    No.

    Yes.

    No.

    No. They go to the Best Buy in Fargo, ND.

    No. They send their kids to school in Fargo, ND.

    Welfare should be abolished altogether. They agree.

    Nope.

    Nope.

    I agree. You should be able to vote on all of that. You need to elect officials who agree.

    I may not have any since, but I've got a lot of sense.

    You lose again, nimrod.

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    Re: Viking's release economic impact study.

    Whack, this guy was banned yesterday.

    Don't even waste your breath on him.

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