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About Neon_Matrix

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  1. Candlestick does not offer tours. Also, you are ten minutes from SFO, but in which direction? South, West, or North? Reason being is that BART is the main regional mass transit system. MUNI is for the city/county of San Francisco, SamTrans is for San Mateo County, where the airport is, and CalTrain is the regional train system which can get you from where you may be staying into the city as opposed to BART. Uhhh... good question. I'm not sure, my friend has the room booked and he told me I can access BART from nearby, but now you have me questioning him lol. I'm stoked for the A's, the prices seem almost too good to be true for great seats. Any must eat places at either Stadium or within the city of San Fran?
  2. That's really good to know! Is it worth it to go on a stadium tour of Candlestick Park?
  3. I'll be crashing at a hotel that's apparently 10 minutes from the airport... so I'm not sure if it's easy or possible to take BART from there to the park, but I'll be looking into it. I really have not yet had the chance to scope the geography of the area but I've been told I'll need to take BART in order to get downtown and that it's a 30 minute ride? Sound about right? I was REALLY hoping to see a Sharks' game, but, I'm 99% certain the pre-season games won't be occurring so I'm not worrying about that.
  4. Once again, I have the opportunity to knock two more ballparks off my MLB list and I couldn't be more excited! I've never been to Northern California before (only the South and primarily around LA) and really have no idea what I'm getting into. I'm hoping that some of you may have some advice on these parks, what's around them and where I should be looking to get seats to provide the best experience (like behind home plate at PNC... which was fantastic!). Additionally, I'd enjoy hearing about some must visit places in San Fran, San Jose and possibly Oakland... even though I don't intend on spending much time in the latter. Thanks in advance for any help feedback you can provide!
  5. Forgot about this gem: It isn't complete without an awesome video!
  6. Yup, all to get back at the Canucks. And for further reading: - Jake Gardiner is a huge Biebs fan, too.
  7. One of my favourites and local talents Will Arnett is a huge Leafs' fan, as per various articles I've read over the years and this screen cap from an episode of "Up All Night." I don't think I need to mention anything about Mike Myers being the biggest fan of them all... (side note... I happened to be at this game and they were thanking Myers' after a summer of shooting "The Love Guru." If only they knew how much it would suck...)
  8. As someone who works for an international Apparel company, I can admit to you, that 90% of the time, Reebok doesn't make shirts. A manufacturer of blanks makes those shirts, with "tear away" tagging, and then a Heat Transfer Reebok neck label is heat pressed onto the blank... It seems what you have is simply Reebok's artwork printed on a Gilden blank, that wasn't appropriately tagged and labeled. It's almost certainly not a knock off, just simply, as already mentioned one that didn't make it through the correct process... Depending on the turnaround they won't always remove the original tag. Doesn't mean his shirt is a fake, it means they REALLY rushed the shirt to get it out to retail.
  9. They've done the same with Stnaley Cup Champions' shirts... I *think* they license out the printing of the shirts to other companies in order to produce them quickly and distribute them as fast and to as many places as possible. I think my '07 Ducks is from something LEE, '08 Wings is Gildan and I think the rest are Reebok... I'll have to check, though.
  10. Nash61 found the best way to sum it up with this:
  11. Surprised no one has mentioned this yet, but apparently Tim Thomas skipped the Bruins' trip to the White House to meet the President. According to the team, he will release a statement regarding why he didn't attend later today on his Facebook page. "Everybody has their own opinions and political beliefs and he chose not to join us," Bruins president Cam Neely told ESPN.
  12. 1942 Stanley Cup Finals rematch, anyone? (editor's note: Detroit led the series 3-0, only to lose 4-3 and Stanley to Toronto)
  13. My problem with it is that stupid floating bear head and the just thrown on BRUINS wordmark on the shoulders. What would be perfect is: Just a big, bold 'B' on the front of the jersey. Maybe a thin white outline with a black outline around that. Have the Spoked 'B' on the shoulders, or, nothing at all. That would have improved this jersey 10-fold.