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Discussion in 'Milwaukee' started by Sachin, Jul 27, 2005.
(yet another first)
Could be caught up in the moment and may be going a bit overboard but after the guts, heart and class the Fire showed against A.C. Milan tonight I'd like to get this stadium built just to have the opportunity to properly host them. Maybe even spruce up the locker room a bit when they come up for a match.
Chicago went beyond the call of duty and American soccer fans have got to feel honored that the Fire represented the sport in this country so incredibly well. They came out without fear, had the nerve to play beautiful soccer and just plain went after it.
Congratulations to everyone involved.
Exactly how did Milwaukee get a subforum? Did I miss something?
Enough people pressed the right buttons.
Well, part of the whole reason for subforums was for the people of that area to mobilize and help with their efforts. I'm guessing that has something to do with it, especially in this case.
Yes that is correct.
Downtown Soccer Proposal has Pros and Cons
Good chance to start posting some of the Pro arguments in the comments section at the bottom of the article.
as a proud minnesotan and thus anti-wisconsinian i have to say this:
<standing and singing loudly>
Stand Up, If You Hate Milwuakee...etc etc
but still, good luck milwaukee
please. if you're gonna hate us, refer to us by our proper name. it's Wisconsinites. Second, our only hatred for anything having to do with Minnesota is reserved for the Vikings. The rest of it is turned southward, toward Illinois and the crazy SUV drivers who clutter up our roads all summer.
YEAH!... they should be more original and American - like DC United and FC Dallas!
I like "Barons", and also, if it weren't for the NASL Minnesota and Fort Lauderdale franchises, I'd support "Strikers". Also, no singular names please; we've got enough of them.
Proud FIB coming through around 7am this Saturday morning. Watch out you cheese ****ers!
Careful. Wisconsin State Patrol have been watching I-39/90 at Beloit up to Madison. Been pulling over cars going over 70.
That or they are just looking for people with Illinois plates.
They also catch people on 94 once you get into Wisconsin...I usually cruise up 294 between 75-80 and then when I hit Wisconsin, I slow down to 70-72 for the rest of the trip.
Ever since I've been living in Illinois I think I drive 5mph faster on average, no matter what the limit. But on 94 to Milwaukee I've had no trouble with about 77, all the way to Madison, in fact. When the road is clear, most traffic moves at about 73-75 anyway, so I'm not really passing people that much. (Better slow down next time, now that I've said that...)
94 in-between Pewaukee and Madison you can go 77 or so and be in the clear.
94 in-between Pleasant Prarie and downtown Milwaukee...that's asking for trouble.
Is it too early to start a "Ask Peter Wilt" thread?
Add those to the Questions about Milwaukee thread. I am sure that he will answer what he can in there.