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like I said 10 posts before. Skins fans ARE Duke fans....they're just too arrogant to admit that it's true.
Pittsburgh's population (smack between noted urban centers, Corpus Christi and Lexington) is closer to Columbia's than Baltimore's. Not exactly comparable places here. I really don't get why fans of the state university don't better support the state's only real city. A city with a football team with the state flag as part of the seal whose owner supports the hell out of the Terps and is awesome enough to hang out at the same, basement-level vomit smelling college bar many of us spent so many hours in.
This post was edited by Omar Little 15 months ago
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
All.....an underage member is in the house...please be aware
No way, their logo has the state flag? That is such a great reason to root for a team
You people do realize that Juan Dixon and Will Bowers were born in Baltimore.
you have no MD PRIDE.
I actually root for all NFL teams because they all put the US flag patches on their jerseys. It's been rough not having a favorite team since 9/11, but what are you going to do? When a flag is put into the equation, you really don't have a choice
Do we really claim Miami Will?
Not all skins fans hate bmore. I am also an O's fan and have family from bmore.
Be more clueless:
"...an unemployment rate nearly 2 percentage points lower than the national average, 1,600 technology companies and a growing population..."
Some people still call it the Steel City, but the soot from a bygone era is gone. It's been replaced by efforts to transform the city into a high-tech center. And with an unemployment rate that's lower than the national average and 1,600 technology companies, the city is well on its way.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
I am not trying to be a douche, but when everyone moves away from a city, it's probably hard for that city to have a really high unemployment level.
well now...bait taken.
surprise surprise surprise...
Hey the Vous was ground level.
Hey Declue, why don't you answer the questions about your job?
Proving RD52 and Declue wrong with a simple link is the definition of bait taken? Interesting. I'll remember to remind you of that in the future.
I take that back -make it The Phoenix. Same difference.
Also, I was told during baseball season to base what fanbase was bigger based off of which Game Thread had more posts. Looks like the Redskins win!
Looks like some Pittsburgh fans are a little jelly that our baseball and football teams actually have winning records.
Hey, according to the last census, our city's population grew for the first time in many, many, many decades.
Ravens are a top NFL franchise & Baltimore is one of the more underachieving, uninspired and lazy cities. And yet only a guy from Pittsburgh could come in and compete for both titles.
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