Originally posted by dankmeistr:
Has anyone else noticed all the negative articles on the 49ers move/stadium deal with Santa Clara from the SF Chronicle? It seems like they are working for the city by pumping out negative information in order to sway popular opinion. I find it very funny, and interesting at the same time.
The articles don't sound negative to me.
They sound like; these are the SF Niners, they have 63 years of history in SF, they could have a far more killer new stadium on the water front with views across the Bay, than sitting in a bare parking lot in SC. In an area without any ambiance or class.
They are saying the Niners won and lost in Kesar and the Stick, the history is there, not in SC. They are saying after the 500,000 people on th estreets of SF after the first SB win and succeeding huge crowds at the parades in down town SF, what are they going to do if they win again; have a parade in Silicon freakin Valley?
What they say is the truth, SC sucks, the parking lot there sucks, and.. it is ALL ABOUT the money for the York's, still.
I don't want to hear any crap about a toxic dump, smell the air in SC, and they will clean it and it, Hunters Point, would be ONE of the most classic location-venues to tailgate and watch NFL football in the USA. The parking lot in SC will compete on that level, not...
So, how does this compare to a parking lot in a barren area of SC valley? NOT EVEN CLOSE!!!!!!!!