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    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.

    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.

    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.

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    "C" wrote:
    "C" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    All I have to say is...

    If Packer fans are tarded, what does that make Vikings "fans"?
    They can't even sell out their opening game.
    It might take a couple of years for it to sink in but after Brett retires and your team slips further
    into mediocrity (worse than it is now) the waiting list for ticket sales will dry up and you will go through the same issues we are now.

    Ummm no...

    We had "issues" too in the 70's and 80's (much longer than your isssues), and that wasn't a problem.


    http://www.lambeaufield.com/stadium_...et_in_the_nfl/

    What makes you think it'd be any different in the future?
    We are witnessing a Packer fan slowly accepting (or denying) the fact that his team is entering an abyss.

    Somewhat defensive, aren't you mi317? You're just further proving that this topic name is right on.

    If you want to witness a team on the rise, just watch the Vikings over the next couple of seasons.

    Hahaha... or maybe YOU should watch them

    http://www.purplepride.org/forums/in...;topicseen#new
    I live in NYC, or else I'd be there.

    Also, Minnesotans don't just sitting around all day raping farm animals. If they had that much free time, the game would probably be sold out.
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    Right.
    It's hard to find enough free time on a Sunday afternoon to show some passion for your favorite NFL team.
    Hell, I would MAKE time for that.

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    Re: Packer "fans" are tarded

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    All I have to say is...

    If Packer fans are tarded, what does that make Vikings "fans"?
    They can't even sell out their opening game.
    It might take a couple of years for it to sink in but after Brett retires and your team slips further
    into mediocrity (worse than it is now) the waiting list for ticket sales will dry up and you will go through the same issues we are now.
    after favre leaves ur team will revert to what it was for 20years before favre a mediocre team

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    Re: Packer "fans" are tarded

    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.

    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.

    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.
    Again with the history of a storied franchise.
    That I do not dispute my friend.
    I am just highlighting a very realistic future based on economic woes and loosing seasons to come with the added wildcard of your education level of the overall packer fanbase.

    Comeon.
    What would a poor down trodden packer fan spend his money on, a ticket, or a quick ride to the country looking for dead deer on the side of the road?
    ;D
    Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/josdin00/Vikings/Marrdro_sig.jpg

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    The Director of The Association For The Welfare Of The Mentally Disabled (AWMD) has issued the following statement concerning this thread:

    "Mentally disabled football fans everywhere are offended by this thread.
    Not so much by the crude, outdated terms used to describe their affliction but more so by the fact that they are being compared to Packer fans."

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    Re: Packer "fans" are tarded

    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.
    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.
    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.
    You're "Stongest Supported Franchises" comment makes me laugh. All of your "national" fan base now cheer for the Colts. LOL. Those are the definition of fair weather fans.
    But, if you want to brag about that, I understand you don't have a lot to hold onto these days, so it's OK.

    Throughout the history of the NFL, who has more NFC Central/North titles?

    By the way, were you sick of the retards on the Green Bay fan site? You've been on PPO for awhile now. Can't say I blame you.
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.

    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.

    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.
    Again with the history of a storied franchise.
    That I do not dispute my friend.
    I am just highlighting a very realistic future based on economic woes and loosing seasons to come with the added wildcard of your education level of the overall packer fanbase.

    Comeon.
    What would a poor down trodden packer fan spend his money on, a ticket, or a quick ride to the country looking for dead deer on the side of the road?

    ;D
    Lol.
    I always know when fans on this site have lost the argument when the reasoning stops and the beastiality references come pouring out.

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    Actually mi317, I think I made some good point, you should probably read my last post (of course this involves reading and comprehension).
    Disclaimer: I'm an idiot.

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    "C" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.

    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.

    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.
    You're "Stongest Supported Franchises" comment makes me laugh. All of your "national" fan base now cheer for the Colts. LOL. Those are the definition of fair weather fans.
    But, if you want to brag about that, I understand you don't have a lot to hold onto these days, so it's OK.

    Throughout the history of the NFL, who has more NFC Central/North titles?

    By the way, were you sick of the Challenged Hillybilly Lovers on the Green Bay fan site? You've been on PPO for awhile now. Can't say I blame you.
    I just enjoy pointed out how ridiculous some of the thread titles are.
    Just defending my team, that's all.

    PS: I wipe my butt with division titles.

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    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "mi317" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    I guess I can't refute a prediction based on a "gut feeling" rather than by facts, history, or reasoning.
    All I can really say is that, like most franchises, we don't need instant gratification to sell out our tickets.
    And my "gut feeling" is that we won't in the future.


    If anything, a slump is a great way to go see your team without paying insane prices for a ticket.
    And that my friend will be your first indicator that all is not well in Packer land.

    Owner ship will see, at first, a slight drop off of members on the waiting list as well as a few not renewing/letting them go.

    To counter this they will attempt a PR push and if necessary (and at that point it will be necessary) a decrease in ticket price.

    Not a gut feeling my friend.
    Just a big picture snapshot.

    ;D
    I understand that has happened to YOUR team, and I feel sorry for your team for going through that (Packer fans don't want to lose the Vikings).
    But you are comparing the unfortunate fate of a less supported franchise to the fate of one of the strongest and most supported franchises in the history of the NFL.
    You can't expect anyone to take that argument seriously.
    Again with the history of a storied franchise.
    That I do not dispute my friend.
    I am just highlighting a very realistic future based on economic woes and loosing seasons to come with the added wildcard of your education level of the overall packer fanbase.

    Comeon.
    What would a poor down trodden packer fan spend his money on, a ticket, or a quick ride to the country looking for dead deer on the side of the road?

    ;D
    Lol.
    I always know when fans on this site have lost the argument when the reasoning stops and the beastiality references come pouring out.
    I know.
    Sorry my friend.
    I am a bit bored right now.
    But you have to admit how I drew you in with a far fetched idea and had you defending it only to slap that one down on the table.


    Come on, admit it.
    You didn't even see it coming when in fact it was my goal from the onset.
    ;D
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