Re: Found My 1996 AFC Title Ticket Stub
posted at 3/23/2014 12:05 PM EDT
In response to TravisBean's comment:
How does a child procure season tickets? Are you dumb? Once I went away to college, I pretty much moved away from the region.
I don't really strive to meet professional athletes or any famous people, actually. It's awkward and childish. If I so happened to cross paths, I might say something as I have before to Vrabel at the airport in Fort Myers when he was shooting a Dunkin commercial with Ortiz back in 2005 and his buddy and I were in the "bullpen" being shaken down with the lame post 9/11 security, but I don't go out of my way to "meet" famous people to pretend that makes me a better fan, apparently like you do. YOu act like some teenager with that crap as you do with your photoshopping, which is why literally everyone here thought you were a teenager for the longest time. lol
How does that feel to come across on the web like a teeniebopper? lmao
And yes, I was in TB the week NE was at Carolina. I was trying to get out being at that conference and just couldn't so I couldn't really commit to going to the game. It was a MOnday night, making it doubly difficult when you have business on the schedule the next day nowhere NEAR Charlotte, NC, moron.
Maybe if you had a job instead of playing Mr. Mom, you'd understand sometimes a work schedule doesn't always jive with personal time. Not a hard concept.
I was at the 2001 NE vs Carolina game in the rain and it was a Sunday.
I've probably seen the Pats on the road more than you have, dork.
Your jealousy of what a real diehard Pats fan sounds like is blatantly obvious, too. It's delight to watch from you as you try to be part of our fanbase and awkwardly lie about how you got here in 2000. lmao
I was going to games at Foxborough as a kid, as many were here. But you were not and it shows.
You are the moron, moron! Meeting and talking to famous athletes makes me a teenie bopper? LMAO! I go to games and events to support them, that's what fans do! I'm lucky enough to be in situations to get to meet them. The boxers and MMA fighters I have meet are a who's who of the fight game. Not only that but my kids enjoy meeting and seeing it all too. It's a win, win situation. I guess it's a bit different then meeting Uncle Ralph at the stadium because he has a season ticket in the nose bleed section, going to the game, wadding the ticket up in your pocket and throw it in some drawer when you get home, then later in life post a picture of the old ticket on an internet forum to show that you are a true fan. LMAO @ U, dude!! Yeah, graphic design and photoshopping makes me a teenager too, LOL! Dude, your jealousy is delicious!
I find it very funny that out of 52 weeks in the year, the only week you had a work convention out of town just happened to be the same exact week the Pats were in town playing. What are the odds? Oh, and I love your Mr. Mom comments, I don't really understand what you mean by that, I believe you are the one who works from home or at least used to for a long time. No, I have a nice office job outside of home. I do some short travel one day a week to call on out of town customers too. So no, not Mr. Mom. That would be cool though, I could wake up and post on here all day, probably be able to get 90 posts a day in. But then the family would probably leave me due to my forum obsession.