Originally posted by CRUD:
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Most of the 49er fan base in the bay area is located in the south bay....we've been over this a million times
And if I eat paper I can poo out gold. See, I can also make unsubstantiated claims. I don't even want to step foot in the place if people such as the ones posting in this thread fill the stadium. Have at it guys. Do your thing. I'll be at home on the couch hoping it rains.
... lol the feeling is mutual.
San Jose Metro pop - 2 Million
San Francisco Metro pop - 1.5 Million
I think its fair to say San Jose's population is a more likely to be football friendly. SF is clearly a baseball town.
Your argument is invalid anyways... its based on the premise that SF actually wanted the 49ers. If they did they would've been more pro active instead of wasting everybody's time for 20 years.
Originally posted by CRUD:
I know, think of all those dirty poor people of color you'd have to deal with while you sat in a premier state of the art stadium with affordable ticket prices. Obviously you ignore what I said, the team should have stayed centralized in the Bay Area preferably in San Fransisco or Oakland but yes I'd take a stadium worthy of an NFL team in Hayward rather than some overpriced shack in Santa Clara any day of the week. 49er ownership and the city of Santa Clara should be embarrassed to pass this stadium off as worthy of the 49er dynasty. This is it. This is the new stadium. It's ugly. Bland. No curb appeal. Lazy and or cost cutting architecture and it's about 40 miles further out of reach for most east bay and north bay fans. As far as price?
lol yeah ok, I hate black people, you got me! I also hate those trouble making mexicans... good thing there arent any in San Jose! phew!!!
I make 32k a year. I'm not exactly rich myself. Yet I manage to pay for a trip to England to watch my 1-5 team, quarterbacked by Troy Smith play the Broncos, I dropped $400 a ticket so I can watch them play the Saints... I did the same against Green Bay. I also dropped $2400 for a weekend at the Superdome to watch them lose to the Ravens. Right now I have to drive 100 miles to watch my team play at Candlestick and spend 5 hours in traffic to get home. So boo f**kin hoo, the 49ers dont sit at your doorstep anymore.
Believe it or not a large segment do live in San Jose... A large segment also live in the Sacramento/San Joaquin valley, we've had to put up with the bull s**t traffic at Candlestick for years. Its nice knowing I might be able to get home from a night game before 2 am now. And you're b***hing about 40 miles? give me a f**kin break, stop acting like a b***h, you wont get any pity from us in San Jose, Fremont, Pleasanton, Livermore, Modesto, Stockton, Sac and Fresno.
If you consider the new stadium a "shack" then fine, its obvious you have absolutely know idea what you're talking about or what goes into building a project as big as this in the Bay Area. You know whats really Bland and has no curb appeal whatsoever? Candlestick Park.
When I called the Hayward area a Salt Pond, I meant it, thats the only space available. I lived there for 10 years. There is no place for a stadium. Google Earth it yourself! Its obvious you haven't looked because if you did you'd know that. If you want an NFL stadium in the Bay you have the following locations... Hunters Point (WAY Expensive and complicated), Santa Clara County, Fremont, Livermore, Antioch or Wine Country. Santa Clara is obviously the most populated. Its also the wealthiest which will help sell season tickets. (read GNielsons response to that) And even if there is space... it doesnt mean its available for a stadium.
There is no logic to your responses. If you had it your way, the 49ers would still be trying to build a stadium and more than likely packing there bags for LA.
I'm done wasting my time on a clueless noob. You add nothing to this forum, you will not be missed. nor will your presence at the new stadium. Most Raider fans wouldnt even want your ass.
[ Edited by modninerfan on May 5, 2013 at 2:48 AM ]