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Discussion in 'USA Men: Fans & Travel' started by nancyb, Aug 30, 2005.
If you don't recognize me at this game, then you weren't there.
Seriously though, as traditionally the loudest, most boisterous guy in a red smoking jacket and cowboy hat as US games, I should be fairly recognizable.
But one thing I can't stand is people saying on the boards afterward that they saw me at the game.
I don't bite. I'm loud and obnoxious and most of the time an **************, but fer cryin' out loud, come up and talk to me at US games. I love meeting people. I love having faces to put with screennames.
I'll be wearing a Crew jersey - Hejduk - from the Tomas Fits memorial game to the bar. A new US blue nats jersey - Ralston - my uncle Sam's hat, and scarf to the game.
FYI, people, I'd advise against that. I've seen him bite people. It's pretty scary. He's just trying to lull you into a false sense of security.
Two times. Two frickin' times I bite several people and suddenly I have a reputation.
I was wondering if the smoking jacket would be in evidence.
Just make a peace offering of some Coca-Cola, Jones soda, or some Utz and he will be nice to you.
Or if you want a good time, talk to him about the economics of gasoline prices or how fast people should be able to drive on the interstate.
For those coming through Cincinnati, there are usually cops along the high way at the 3 mile marker and just north of the Ridge Road exit. You're safe again till you get to the I-275 interchange where they usually have one parked under the bridge. Just don't be the fastest guy on the road at anytime through the city and you'll be fine.
Friday night--Wolff t-shirt from 2002
Saturday--red USA polo, navy shorts
I wear glasses and sport a solar panel on my head.
Solskjaer (aka Mrs Patrick):
Friday night: powder-blue shirt and black jeans
Saturday--2002 Donovan top, blue shorts (and if it's cold a Wisconsin Badgers hoodie) and carrying a big red horn and a camera bag.
She won't be far from me. She's kind of shy until you get her talking. It makes her seem standoffish or stuck-up, but believe me, she's not.
Aw, come on. I've met both of you a couple of times and you are two of the nicest people I've ever met. The wife may be a bit shy, but she's far from stuck-up.
I look forward to seeing you guys again.
Hey Wisconsin boy -- did you mean a "peace" offering?
Oops. Um...maybe meant....piece as in "part of" an offering?
THIS MAN SPEAKS THE TRUTH!!!
I just gotta remember to switch from Cali driving mode to Ohio driving mode when I come up from Cincy.