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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

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    This has got to piss you off.. your house and listen to the crowd erupt...

    Note the ton of green in the stands
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mJCxaYTGcI
    i was there and there were a ton of vikings fans clapping for him and acknowledging the record... something you couldnt expect out of sheep lovers
    Check this thread out, I have nothing but praise for the sportsmanship that was displayed. That I am serious about.. the rest is just border state jest.

    http://www.purplepride.org/forums/index.php?topic=38551.0

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    "pack93z" wrote:
    This has got to piss you off.. your house and listen to the crowd erupt...

    Note the ton of green in the stands
    8)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mJCxaYTGcI
    Yep, I was there too and every Viking fan within site (besides myself and friend) stood up and applauded Favre's accomplishment.
    Vikings fans as a whole are very respectful bunch.
    The same could not be said about fudge Packer fans.

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "tb04512" wrote:
    "pack93z" wrote:
    This has got to piss you off.. your house and listen to the crowd erupt...

    Note the ton of green in the stands
    8)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mJCxaYTGcI
    i was there and there were a ton of vikings fans clapping for him and acknowledging the record... something you couldnt expect out of sheep lovers
    I was there too, and if you watch the video, the place was already rocking before the snap - that was the multitudes of VIKINGS fans exercising our home field advantage.
    After the TD pass it didn't get much louder, evident that the Vikings fans are classy and gave Fav-re his due.

    There weren't any more cheeseheads in the dome than usual.
    I was there too, and after the td I just think the whole place was just showing respect.....I didn't see any cheeseheads showing respect at the halftime ceremony.

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

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    I was there too, and after the td I just think the whole place was just showing respect.....I didn't see any cheeseheads showing respect at the halftime ceremony.
    I wish I would have been there.. Chuck Foreman was one of my favorites growing up.. that was his day to be honored correct. They really didn't show the halftime stuff.

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    "pack93z" wrote:
    This has got to piss you off.. your house and listen to the crowd erupt...

    Note the ton of green in the stands
    8)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mJCxaYTGcI
    Yep, I was there too and every Viking fan within site (besides myself and friend) stood up and applauded Favre's accomplishment.
    Vikings fans as a whole are very respectful bunch.
    The same could not be said about fudge Packer fans.
    i didnt,favre is a panzy and i said many bad htings about him

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    It was pretty loud when he broke the record. Kind of Embarrassing. I didn't applaud, simply sat down and watched the packers fans have their moment. A lot of vikes fans stood up and clapped though. I don't remember a single packer fan clapping for foreman. Sad that his ring of honor induction was overshadowed by Favre.

    I have to say though, the loudest it got in there during the entire game was when the greenway fumble return for TD was called back. That booing was intense.

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

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    No, but we never had a tit-baby QB that had to be carted off a field on a stretcher with a towel over his face to hide the tears because he injured his thumb either. I never realized injurying your hand affected your ability to walk.


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

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    "pack93z" wrote:
    This has got to piss you off.. your house and listen to the crowd erupt...

    Note the ton of green in the stands
    8)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mJCxaYTGcI
    You also need to keep in mind that there are a lot of Packer fans in MN. Fans growing up in the 50's were typically Packer fans because the Vikings didn't become a franchise until 1961.

    Plus you had kids growing up in the 60's & probably even 70's in MN who were Packer fans because their parents were Packer fans because they grew up in the pre-Vikings era.

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

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    WOW!
    Your butt plug is shaped like a trophy?
    SKOL VIKINGS

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    Re: Anti-Packer source material needed

    "singersp" wrote:
    No, but we never had a tit-baby QB that had to be carted off a field on a stretcher with a towel over his face to hide the tears because he injured his thumb either. I never realized injurying your hand affected your ability to walk.
    "pattyosviKING" wrote:
    WOW!
    Your butt plug is shaped like a trophy?
    Yep keep digging for sometype of comeback, 40 plus years... zero trophy's.

    One of my Favorite top 10's ever
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    [size=18pt]Best (perspective) Moments in Viking History.[/size]

    #10) Jan. 10, 2002: Named the sixth head coach in Vikings history on January 10, 2002, Tice was overmatched from the start and only won one playoff game.

    #9) March 2, 2005: On this date, Randy Moss was traded to the Oakland Raiders. This one could actually keep moving up over the years depending on how the star receiver performs for the Raiders. Or, it could fall off the list completely.

    #8) Jan. 11, 1970: Super Bowl IV: After the Vikings cut the Chiefs' lead to 16-7 in the third quarter and capture momentum, Otis Taylor takes a short pass, breaks a couple of tackles and runs 46 yards for a score in a 23-7 victory.

    # 7) Jan. 13, 1974: Super Bowl VIII: Trailing 17-0 in the first half, the Vikings move 74 yards to the Miami 6. On fourth-and-1 from the 6, Oscar Reed fumbles, and the Vikings never threaten again in a 24-7 loss.

    #6) Jan. 12, 1975: Super Bowl IX: With the Vikings trailing 2-0 at halftime, Bill Brown fumbles the second-half kickoff, the Steelers recover and end up scoring what turned out to be the clinching touchdown in a 16-7 victory.

    #5) Jan. 9, 1977: Super Bowl XI: In the first quarter, the Vikings' Fred McNeill blocks a punt by Ray Guy -- the first punt Guy ever had blocked -- and the Vikings take over at the Raiders' 3-yard line. But two plays later, Brent McClanahan fumbles, the Raiders recover and drive for the first score of the game and the momentum in a 32-14 victory.

    #4) Jan. 14, 2001: NFC Championship Game: The heavily favored Vikings commit five turnovers and are outgained 518 yards to 114 and outscored 34-0 in the first half of a stunning 41-0 loss to the New York Giants.

    #3) Oct. 12, 1989: The Herschel Walker trade: The Vikings trade Issiac Holt, David Howard, Darrin Nelson, Jesse Solomon, Alex Stewart and what ends up to be three first-round picks, three second-rounds picks, a third-round pick and a sixth-round pick to Dallas. The Cowboys use the picks to select Emmitt Smith and others to help them win three Super Bowls.

    #2) Jan. 17, 1999: NFC Championship Game: With the Vikings leading 27-20, Gary Anderson misses a 37-yard field-goal attempt with 6:07 remaining against Atlanta -- his first miss of the season. The Falcons go on to score the tying touchdown and beat the Vikings 30-27 in overtime.

    Drum roll, please....

    #1) Dec. 28, 1975: NFC divisional playoff game: The Cowboys defeat the Vikings 17-14 on a last-second, 50-yard Hail Mary pass from Roger Staubach to Drew Pearson, who appears to push Nate Wright to the ground before making the catch and jogging into the end zone. (Blame the refs)

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