Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by red55, Dec 4, 2012.
Hell, I'm not close to being secure, socially. red can vouch for me on that one.
Horse crap. That is pretty low to play on the heart strings of the benevolent by pretending to be an old fucker. Everyone here knows you are just a fucker, maybe a sick fucker. Now cut it out and go catch a turtle or something.
I'm sure we can all vouch for that one, Tiga.
In two years yes, the new deck will be finished. But next year the new deck and new scoreboards will not be ready. Probably some temporary sound system that will suck.
And maybe THIS new scoreboard will have an indicator to show who has the football, unlike the new, huge one in the north endzone. Yeah, I know you can just look on the field and tell who has the ball, but I just think it's funny how much they spent on the newer one and that got left off somehow.
According to LSu the new south endoze deck will not have a huge jumbotron scoreboard like the north endzone, but rather two smaller scoreboards in the corners.
Hmmmm, one large and two smaller ones is sorta equivalent to 3/4ths- stadium-wise. Most fitting since that is about the average length of stay for many when it comes to game attendance.
*sticking tongue at Stacey*
Wow. You remind me of a date I took to an LSU game back in HS. This girl was the salutatorian of our class. During the game she asks me, "What does that mean, balloon?". It was, obviously, "Ball On __".
I do agree with the N.D. posted earlier that "excessive" billboard advertizing uglies the game experience however money is important. L.S.U. would earn a 'hellova' lot more money if the collective body would flex its might and demand a stop to the Thomas Ritter (S.E.C. Referee) stuff. Alabama enjoys the SEC Headquarters located in Birmingham, Mr. Ritters officiating crews help especially in important games, and Nick Saban. (L.S.U. former coach) as well as soft soft soft scheduling for the Crimson Tide.
Soon, only Miss State will have a jumbo-tron. With our new renovation, it's amazing what the smaller corner scoreboards bring to the big event. Less is more.
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