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Posted on 04/02/2011 11:49:34 AM PDT by La Enchiladita
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Believe me, Cardinals fans are very respected in Houston. We have not forgotten how the fans gave our Astros a standing ovation at Busch Stadium when we defeated the Cardinals to finally win a pennant in 2005.
Local news commentary focused strongly on that and many letters were written to the local paper expressing how impressed our fans were with the Cardinals fans.
When Houston subsequently lost the World Series to the White Sox in our own ballpark, our fans stood and applauded the Sox. We learned that from your fans. :)
I hope the Puma does well for you. If we can't have him, I'm glad the Cardinals can.
Well, we are invested here ( family and business) so we will still be here, desperately trying to save this once great state with the other few who get it. It does look pretty hopeless though. I am thrilled that now more average californians are onto the scam of politicians + public sector unions = disaster for taxpayers. But the illegals + anchor babies = annihilation of taxpayers. Scary...
Same here. It's such a different story now, and did you notice how the stadium was half-empty yesterday? That was at the beginning of the game and early innings. By the end, maybe 10,000 in the park at most. Fans are furious with McCourt to start with and now this happens. I see a huge lawsuit coming the Dodgers' way. Number one question: Where was Security on Thursday night?
I am not aware of any sports venue in the USA where concealed carry is legally allowed. You are saying that in Washington State, you can legally carry at Safeco Field, and at Qwest Field?
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