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  1. "They also get a Ryan that will bring leadership to the lucker room."
  2. Why? Sports teams don't represent or "rep" an area, they just happen to play there. Most players don't "rep" an area either, and mos likely couldn't give a :censored: who they play for, and rightfully just want to be paid, so why change teams?
  3. But, hat would only give the bears two stripes on their blue pants and there would still be an inconsistency. Huh? It would be the same blue-white-orange-white-blue stripe from the socks and sleeves, but laid on a blue background. Did you not see my visual aid? It's exactly the same treatment their helmet logo gets: Right, it would be the same blue/white/orange/white/blue treatment, but there are only three stripes. The color layout is the same, but because the pants are blue, there are no blue stripes.Edit: For whatever reason, in the other post you quoted from me, I said two, when I meant three stripes. I'm in phone.
  4. But, hat would only give the bears two stripes on their blue pants and there would still be an inconsistency.
  5. I know that didn't come out as you expected, but still. Man, the Brewers must REALLY suck if one division title and one wild card is all they have to show for 20 years of a commissioner pulling strings for them.The Brewers suck.
  6. "You ever hear of the website, HFBoards? It's a cool website, people post a lot of interesting stuff, especially over the summer, when they're bored..." - Some guy who was talking to another guy when I was eating something.
  7. Didn't click either one, but that's probably the same link that the admiral posted earlier in the thread. He mentioned that one was about bananas, too. Anyway, typical Glendale. I actually know someone who tried to say that the Coyotes made money their first few years in Phoenix. If I remember correctly, some seats in America West Arena only let you see about 70% of the ice. So they were pretty much going to struggle from the start (and then fail) because there wasn't a plan to move into a hockey arena after playing a year or two at America West Arena. Team bled money then, team bleeds money now. Even in their hockey arena.
  8. The top two tweets for Glendale are by Paul Bissonette and Bree Olson. Anybody know of where I can find a replay of the stream?
  9. Pack Jacked. Anyway, here's an example of the invisible stripe being on the jersey rather than the pants like in the previous example. I'd say that this is also perfectly consistent. It's all about perspective. You see it that way, I don't but I understand what you mean. I disagree because the white stripe on the red pants not only begins, but you can see where it ends. On the white jersey, the "invisible" white stripe begins, but we can't see where it ends, which is why I differ here.
  10. Not being a wise guy, but call or e-mail the Wizards and see if they know. This is a great project; I enjoy looking at all courts and hope you can complete it.
  11. Explain why, in the Coyotes' first season at now Jobing.com Arena, their attendance rose roughly 7% from their final America West Arena season?
  12. Anybody know the reasoning as for why this logo doesn't have the triangle behind it, but the one they switched to mid-season does?
  13. Why. Those colors are much more industrial than the throwback colors, which is perfect for a team called the Oilers. The Houston/Tennessee Oilers got away with a supposedly industrial name while wearing powder blue and bright red. I'm not even sure if working on an oil rig is what comes to mind when I think "industrial." I think "auto factory" or "steel mill" before I think "oil rigs." You guys are overanalyzing it. The Houston/Tennessee Oilers' colors and the Edmonton Oilers' navy and copper colors are good because they're just that, a good color scheme, nothing more, nothing less. Has nothing to do with industrialization or whatever, just good color schemes.
  14. Nearly perfect reproduction, but it's missing the beehive trim in the paint: No, the reproduction is perfect. Your picture isn't even from 2000; Kenny Anderson played for the Charlotte Hornets in 1996. Also, the basketball at the top of the key in your picture is different from the one in the court pictured from 2000.
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