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    Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    Do you know?
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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    Do you know?
    ;D


    [youtube=425,350]Af1h4ibpKJA[/youtube]
    Do you know what else had taken place on Nov. 13, 1994?
    It was a day I will never forget as it was a most embarrassing day for us Vikes fans.
    I was in attendance at that old dump, Foxboro stadium in Foxboro Mass.
    I was all decked out in my purple and gold, and even had my picture taken with three Pats cheerleaders.
    The Vikes were 7-2, and the Pats 3-6.
    W. Moon hit Q, Ismail w/ a 72 yd. td pass late in the 2nd qtr. to lift the Vikes to a 20-3 h-time lead.
    Thirty to Forty percent of fickle, fair-weather Pats fan were swarming towards the exits.
    At that time I ventured down to get refreshments for wifey and I, when I bumped into a very petite woman who was having a panic attack due to the volume of people.
    (Typical Pats fan)
    I felt really bad for her so I stayed with her until we found her husband.
    Just prior to this I heard the crowd erupt, and I just knew it wasn't good.
    When I arrived back at our seats, my wife informed me that Mr. Parcells and mr. Bledsoe had employed the no-huddle offense and drove right down the field and scored a TD to make the score 20-10.
    The Pats eventually tied the game at 20-20 to get to OT.
    Of course, the Pats won the toss and drove right down the field and Bedsore hit Kevin Turner in the corner of the end zone, beating Carlos Jenkins to the ball.
    This was the game in which Bedsore set the completion record and completed 34 in-a-row.
    Wifey and I had the distinct pleasure of being pelted w/ food, beer verbal abuse and I was covered in spittle from a screaming Pats fan all up in my personal space.
    He had 10 or so buddies just waithing for me to grab this guy by the throat.
    The Vikes spiraled downward and lost a home playoff game to the freakn' Dave Wannstedt coached Bears, 35-18.
    The Pats never lost again until the first round of the playoffs--ironically to the B. Belichick coached Browns.
    So the moral of the story is don't go out of your way to help an opposing fan because it will not come back to you in a good way, and please, never mention Nov. 13 again.
    Go Vikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    A good friend will help you move...a best friend will help you move a body.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    I wish I would have known this was such an unlucky day, as I got married 5 years to the day to my now ex wife lmao!!!!!! 11/13/99 another bad day.......lol

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    Yes I know,the 13 th of Nov. it is the day TNT declares she is pregnant
    El underdog.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "VikingMike" wrote:
    Do you know?
    ;D
    Do you know what else had taken place on Nov. 13, 1994?
    It was a day I will never forget as it was a most embarrassing day for us Vikes fans.
    I was in attendance at that old dump, Foxboro stadium in Foxboro Mass.
    I was all decked out in my purple and gold, and even had my picture taken with three Pats cheerleaders.
    The Vikes were 7-2, and the Pats 3-6.
    W. Moon hit Q, Ismail w/ a 72 yd. td pass late in the 4th qtr. to lift the Vikes to a 20-3 h-time lead.
    Thirty to Forty percent of fickle, fair-weather Pats fan were swarming towards the exits.
    At that time I ventured down to get refreshments for wifey and I, when I bumped into a very petite woman who was having a panic attack due to the volume of people.
    (Typical Pats fan)
    I felt really bad for her so I stayed with her until we found her husband.
    Just prior to this I heard the crowd erupt, and I just knew it wasn't good.
    When I arruved back at our seats, my wife informed me that Mr. Parcells and mr. Bledsoe had employed the no-huddle offense and drove right down the field and scored a TD to make the score 20-10.
    The Pats eventually tied the game at 20-20 to get to OT.
    Of course, the Pats won the toss and drove right down the field and Bedsore hit Kevin Turner in the corner of the end zone, beating Carlos Jenkins to the ball.
    This was the game in which Bedsore set the completion record and completed 34 in-a-row.
    Wifey and I had the distinct pleasure of being pelted w/ food, beer verbal abuse and I was covered in spittle from a screaming Pats fan all up in my personal space.
    He had 10 or so buddies just waithing for me to grab this guy by the throat.
    The Vikes spiraled downward and lost a home playoff game to the freakn' Dave Wannstedt coached Bears, 35-18.
    The Pats never lost again until the first round of the playoffs--ironically to the B. Belichick coached Browns.
    So the moral of the story is don't go out of your way to help an opposing fan because it will not come back to you in a good way, and please, never mention Nov. 13 again.
    Go Vikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wow, that's some story...and a very painful memory, Vikeman.

    Not to mention that it is an unlucky day for you too vikeswin2005.

    At least we can rest assured that Felix and Oscar got along and didn't kill each other.
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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    "VikingMike" wrote:
    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "VikingMike" wrote:
    Do you know?
    ;D
    Do you know what else had taken place on Nov. 13, 1994?
    It was a day I will never forget as it was a most embarrassing day for us Vikes fans.
    I was in attendance at that old dump, Foxboro stadium in Foxboro Mass.
    I was all decked out in my purple and gold, and even had my picture taken with three Pats cheerleaders.
    The Vikes were 7-2, and the Pats 3-6.
    W. Moon hit Q, Ismail w/ a 72 yd. td pass late in the 4th qtr. to lift the Vikes to a 20-3 h-time lead.
    Thirty to Forty percent of fickle, fair-weather Pats fan were swarming towards the exits.
    At that time I ventured down to get refreshments for wifey and I, when I bumped into a very petite woman who was having a panic attack due to the volume of people.
    (Typical Pats fan)
    I felt really bad for her so I stayed with her until we found her husband.
    Just prior to this I heard the crowd erupt, and I just knew it wasn't good.
    When I arruved back at our seats, my wife informed me that Mr. Parcells and mr. Bledsoe had employed the no-huddle offense and drove right down the field and scored a TD to make the score 20-10.
    The Pats eventually tied the game at 20-20 to get to OT.
    Of course, the Pats won the toss and drove right down the field and Bedsore hit Kevin Turner in the corner of the end zone, beating Carlos Jenkins to the ball.
    This was the game in which Bedsore set the completion record and completed 34 in-a-row.
    Wifey and I had the distinct pleasure of being pelted w/ food, beer verbal abuse and I was covered in spittle from a screaming Pats fan all up in my personal space.
    He had 10 or so buddies just waithing for me to grab this guy by the throat.
    The Vikes spiraled downward and lost a home playoff game to the freakn' Dave Wannstedt coached Bears, 35-18.
    The Pats never lost again until the first round of the playoffs--ironically to the B. Belichick coached Browns.
    So the moral of the story is don't go out of your way to help an opposing fan because it will not come back to you in a good way, and please, never mention Nov. 13 again.
    Go Vikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Wow, that's some story...and a very painful memory, Vikeman.

    Not to mention that it is an unlucky day for you too vikeswin2005.

    At least we can rest assured that Felix and Oscar got along and didn't kill each other.
    Besides spending most of my entire life existing in their midst, that is another reason I hate Pats fans so much I had to pen a book about them titled, "New England Bandwagon Nation."
    A good friend will help you move...a best friend will help you move a body.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    Well be happy the day is over.

    One of my girls broke her wrist at soccer tonight. The day lives on
    We're bringing purple back.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

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    Well be happy the day is over.

    One of my girls broke her wrist at soccer tonight. The day lives on
    Daughters, or girls in the pimp sense? Either way it's no good.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

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    Well be happy the day is over.

    One of my girls broke her wrist at soccer tonight. The day lives on
    Sorry to hear that news.
    Hope it's not too serious of a break and hope it heals fast!
    A good friend will help you move...a best friend will help you move a body.

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    Re: Do you know what happened today, Nov. 13th?

    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "VikingMike" wrote:
    Do you know?
    ;D


    [youtube=425,350]Af1h4ibpKJA[/youtube]
    Do you know what else had taken place on Nov. 13, 1994?
    It was a day I will never forget as it was a most embarrassing day for us Vikes fans.
    I was in attendance at that old dump, Foxboro stadium in Foxboro Mass.
    I was all decked out in my purple and gold, and even had my picture taken with three Pats cheerleaders.
    The Vikes were 7-2, and the Pats 3-6.
    W. Moon hit Q, Ismail w/ a 72 yd. td pass late in the 2nd qtr. to lift the Vikes to a 20-3 h-time lead.
    Thirty to Forty percent of fickle, fair-weather Pats fan were swarming towards the exits.
    At that time I ventured down to get refreshments for wifey and I, when I bumped into a very petite woman who was having a panic attack due to the volume of people.
    (Typical Pats fan)
    I felt really bad for her so I stayed with her until we found her husband.
    Just prior to this I heard the crowd erupt, and I just knew it wasn't good.
    When I arrived back at our seats, my wife informed me that Mr. Parcells and mr. Bledsoe had employed the no-huddle offense and drove right down the field and scored a TD to make the score 20-10.
    The Pats eventually tied the game at 20-20 to get to OT.
    Of course, the Pats won the toss and drove right down the field and Bedsore hit Kevin Turner in the corner of the end zone, beating Carlos Jenkins to the ball.
    This was the game in which Bedsore set the completion record and completed 34 in-a-row.
    Wifey and I had the distinct pleasure of being pelted w/ food, beer verbal abuse and I was covered in spittle from a screaming Pats fan all up in my personal space.
    He had 10 or so buddies just waithing for me to grab this guy by the throat.
    The Vikes spiraled downward and lost a home playoff game to the freakn' Dave Wannstedt coached Bears, 35-18.
    The Pats never lost again until the first round of the playoffs--ironically to the B. Belichick coached Browns.
    So the moral of the story is don't go out of your way to help an opposing fan because it will not come back to you in a good way, and please, never mention Nov. 13 again.
    Go Vikes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That game sucked

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