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  1. That doesn’t make a bad, greedy practice right. WTF up, and don’t accept the first plate of bull$”t , that you fully expect to eat.
  2. EJ colors my perception, of his entire Tenure..
  3. The back of the 100's are ideal. Too many people stand when they don't have to, however...
  4. I'd like to see Byrd added in the coming season. He will be 81 years old in Sept.
  5. I'd rather put $27k, elsewhere...
  6. I still opt for the cards, but I have been told that they will be going away, down the road. I think that having NFL Game Pass, gives some tangible value to the package, instead of getting a few trinkets, and a Media Guide, as in past years...
  7. I received this message from a friend from my old Hometown, of Watervliet, NY, which was also the original home of #42 Butch Byrd who was part of the AFL Champion Bills, from 1964-'70. Capital District folks, take note! ..........We will discuss the campaign for Butch’s name to be included on the Bills Wall of Fame. IT’S TIME…..that George “Butch” Byrd is included on the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butch_Byrd (Mods may need to move this post) Meeting: Patrick’s Pub 606 Third Avenue Watervliet, NY 12189 Wednesday, May 11th. 6:00 pm Contact: Charlie Diamond: Diamondjupin@yahoo.com
  8. I'm not an engineer, but I haven't noticed any chunks flying off of the structure. If the situation was critical, building inspectors would put a halt to the occupancy of the facility. BTW, Candlestick Park (Which opened in 1960) was open for another 25 years AFTER the 1989 San Francisco Earthquake. Reinforced concrete, is pretty tough stuff...
  9. I agree that the stadium is long in the tooth. I do believe that there is more life left in it, than what is being advertised.
  10. I completely agree with you. The new stadium, was driven by pressure from the NFL, IMO. There was a tall, historic church in my hometown, that was labeled as 'Listing', and was in imminent danger of collapse. It took them a few weeks for them to tear it down, and the Bell Tower remained upright, until the last few days. A big box supermarket complex, occupies the site, now. It was obvious to me, that the structural report was fudged, and money was the driving consideration, to remove the building. So it goes, w/HighMark... The upper deck, would shake back in the '80's, as people stomped their feet. If there was any danger, the structure would've been condemned.
  11. My opinion. Lots of Cinder Blocks, which surprised me. I didn't see anything that made me think it is superior to the Orchard park facility, and it is more recently constructed.
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