Patriot Fans from far away.

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    From Andover, was a year ahead of Buddy Farnham. Now at Penn State.
     
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    Originally from Connecticut and now in Maryland, stuck among Ravens, Steelers, & Eagles fans! 
     
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    Grew up in New Hampshire... been living in SW Florida for 11 yrs...

    Fully expecting Superbowl win #4 this year...! 

    Go Pats!!
     
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    Grew up in Revere (never had a Camaro) living large in Sarasota FL..
     
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    I'm in Vermont...it just seems far away
     
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    From Mass, now in Cali.

     
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    I was born & raised in Massachusetts, but; I now live in southern Sweden. I watch the games on my computer and on espn america during the playoffs. GO PATS!
     
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    I wish I could say Im not in Boston right now.....but it is what it is..  Its good cuz I get to catch a game now and then..



    But!, I do travel to road games and represent in full gear.  Last one was  against the Skins in D.C.  - They have a Huge Stadium and the fans are actually some of the best and loyal fans you will find. I was pleasantly surprised by the good nature ribbing I recieved, but nothing rude...

    I feel bad for Skins fans...they def. deserve better than that eediot Snyder!

     
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    From MA, now in NC.
     
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    [QUOTE]I was born & raised in Massachusetts, but; I now live in southern Sweden. I watch the games on my computer and on espn america during the playoffs. GO PATS!
    Posted by rusco[/QUOTE]

    Man I think you get props for the most distant!!
     
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    [QUOTE]I wish I could say Im not in Boston right now.....but it is what it is..  Its good cuz I get to catch a game now and then.. But!, I do travel to road games and represent in full gear.  Last one was  against the Skins in D.C.  - They have a Huge Stadium and the fans are actually some of the best and loyal fans you will find. I was pleasantly surprised by the good nature ribbing I recieved, but nothing rude... I feel bad for Skins fans...they def. deserve better than that eediot Snyder!
    Posted by JayShizzle45[/QUOTE]
    I went to the 49ers and Raiders when they came out here the Bay Area last year. Wore my gear at the Niners but chose not to at the Raiders. Nasty bunch. I had my seven year old son with me and the muttheads were picking on him. It is no wonder they cannot sell out a stadium.
     
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    [QUOTE]Grew up in New Hampshire... been living in SW Florida for 11 yrs... Fully expecting Superbowl win #4 this year...!  Go Pats!!
    Posted by Patsfaninswflorida[/QUOTE]

    You must have fun with the Fins.
     
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    [QUOTE]From MA, now in NC.
    Posted by BBReigns[/QUOTE]

    Love your sharp wit against the unwashed masses(Jet fan).
     
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    Born and raised in Monroe, LA; have lived in Chicago since 1983; have only been a sports fan of the "Bears" until they got rid of McMahon and That's IT Chicago sports-wise. I had Joe Montana/49ers, Shaquille and Kobe/Lakers, and T Tom Terrific/Patriots. What did I have coming from Monroe, LA? But T Tom Terrific is My FatHead.
     
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    I am from the State that no one messes with. Tongue out

     
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    walpole - st louis
     
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    Born and raised in Boston, but living in GA
     
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    Sunapee to Cincinnati , going to move back before long. Dad's gettin old and will need looked after.
     
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    [QUOTE]Just curious as to how many of us Pats fans are spread out across the country. I am from Maine and live in California.
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    From CT, but have been living/working overseas in Kosovo for past 10 years.
     
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    I'm in Toronto, but I kept my season tickets when I left Boston, so I still get to a few of the home games each year.  I'll be in Foxboro Sunday . . .

     
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    Born in Italy, grew up in Natick and moved to Los Angeles in 1988.
     
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    Born and lived in Merrimack Valley till I was 40, now living outside Richmond VA.

     
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    [QUOTE]From MA, now in NC.
    Posted by BBReigns[/QUOTE]

    How you like NC, and how is it in comparison to Mass?
     
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    Born and raised in CT.  Went to undergrad at Providence College.  Now living in Atlanta.
     
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    Went to college down here, moved to Chicago and now back here.  It's an underrated area.   Lots of edcuated people in this part of the state.  Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State, etc, are all right here.

    1. Far cheaper. More for your money especially with housing.
    2. Climate is basically extended Falls, Summers and Springs.  Winters are very easy.   Springs and Falls here are great.    Heat and humidity in the summer, but it's honestly not far off from what you get in July and August up there. It just starts in June, so it's a month longer.
    3. I live in the RTP (Research Triangle Park) area (Raleigh/Durham) so it has a college vibe to it.  The Hurricanes draw well here.   Lots of growth.  Medical/healthcare/tech jobs here.  Huge sector for that.
    4. Underrated area for great restaurants, especially Durham's up and coming rejuvenation as a city.
    5. Mountains to the west in Asheville and the Outer Banks to the east.

    So, it somewhat mirrors New England where you can get a mix of everything.

    It's not like living in a place like Dallas or Houston where it's a steady stream of hot wind in your face and no access to water or mountains.

    It's a straight shot up to DC, down to Charleston and Savannah as well.

     
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