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Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by HaiGuise:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Even more reason to move to LA!

OMG. Dude, you just love to troll. You scower the boards for anything you can use in your pathetic argument, and then you post the same thing that you know has pissed people off before. This is just another reason NOT to move to LA. You see the Giants turnout for the parade? Now think of if the 49ers won the superbowl. YOu'd see that many people or more because football is a more popular sport. It proves that the problem is with the team and not the city, because NorCal fans support their teams VERY well and you can build a winner here. Giants are doing a hell of a lot better than that team in LA right now. Just because you're in LA doesn't make you good, just look at the Dodgers. Sure they're decent but they had the big money manager in Torre, the star player in Banny Ramirez+the big hitting line up, and they still haven't won s**t lately compared to the Giants.

If you can't rid yourself of this irrational obsession that the 49ers can't be the Los Angeles 49ers, can you at least learn how to spell "scour" correctly?

if the 49ers moved to LA theyd change their name, and possibly their colors. they would make no sense down there. the second they lose the "SF" logo, is the day the 49ers die as a franchise. the only people who want them to move to LA are the selfish fans who just want to have them locally.

the 49ers leave the bay area, theyre dead. they become the LA Hollywoods, and every real Niner fan on this board mourns the loss of the greatest franchise in NFL history. there were never any Cleveland Browns fans who sat in their living rooms on Sunday Morning with Ravens gear on.

They'd have to change the logo, sure, but that's about it. There's no reason they can't take the colors, history, and trophies.

I've said it before, if the Niners do decide to relocate to SoCal. I'm permanently disowning the team. This is coming from someone who lives in SoCal. And if I'm not mistaken, the gold in our colors symbolizes the gold rush of 1849, hence the name the 49ers. The gold rush didn't happen in Southern California.

And this is precisely the reason they can't take the history and the trophies or the team name. BECAUSE IT WOULD BE STUPID AND EVERYONE WOULD KNOW IT WAS STOLEN FROM THE BAY. But no, area69 will keep saying how there's no good reasons and blah blah blah blah blah and disregarding any intelligent argument.

Private organization can do whatever they want. They're under NO obligation to leave any name or any colors or any trophies here.

Just like the Baltimore Browns? Or the Tenessee Oilers? Or the Oklahoma City Supersonics? The LA 49ers wouldn't make sense, it'd be stupid and everyone would know that Jerry and Steve and Joe and Ronnie NEVER played for the LA 49ers, they played for the SAN FRANCISCO 49ers. The LA Cougars would make more sense.

The only reason Modell left the Browns' name behind is because the NFL was willing to step in. There's no guarantee that the NFL will do the same in our case.

As for the Oilers, they actually took their history and name and colors to Tennessee. For a while, they were the Tennessee Oilers.

The Thunder have the Sonics' history and trophy, albeit a different name and colors.

And then there's the Indianapolis...um...Colts.

they were the Tennessee Oilers for one season. they planned to change the name the entire time.

anyways, its not going to happen. the "SF" emblem, and the name "San Francisco 49ers" makes the NFL way too much money, and is too big a part of their history for them to allow the team to be moved to LA. the NFL would step in and find a way to keep them in the bay area.

LA has had football before, and nobody cared. its an awful NFL city. the fans down there right NOW dont even want a team. alot of them prefer just to follow the team they already like, and get to see all the best matchups every week instead of some local crap team that moved there.

LA loves college football, Laker basketball, and the 3rd to 7th innings of Dodger baseball (only when theyre winning).

Sure, the NFL makes lots of money now off of the SF logo, etc. And, when it get's changed to "LA", it'll seem weird at first. So did the Giants' new logo when they relocated to SF from New York. So did the Dodgers' logo when they went from New York to LA.

Things change. Deal with it. Sure, it'll be weird at first, but that new LA logo will eventually make the NFL way, way, way more money than the SF logo does now.

How about you deal with the fact the 49ers are not in LA? So do you think spamming the forum with this topic is going to magically make it happen? If you love LA so much, the chargers are right around the corner while you keep on praying.

That's exactly what he keeps doing...spamming the board with this move to LA. He can't understand why LA had 2 teams and both teams moved AWAY from LA and one of them happens to be Raiders - who play in the worst stadium (tied with Niners) in all of NFL. He can't understand why even Jaguars aren't willing or thrilled with the idea of moving to LA. Chargers who have had tough time selling out games during an impressive run last few years aren't seriously considering a move to LA.

When NFL moves a franchise to LA - it will be a franchise who is selling less than half the seats, so when they move to LA - they can at least maintain that. At this point, I think a franchise in London may come before one on LA.

I personally really want LA to have a football team so I can say f**k LA during the months of Sept. - December.

*Sigh* this again. The Rams left because Frontierre wanted to be a hometown hero in her native St. Louis. The Raiders left because of lawsuits galore. It was NOT because of fan apathy.

And we may be selling out now, but if things continue the way they are now (and there's no reason to believe they won't) the blackouts will come our way.
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Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by HaiGuise:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Even more reason to move to LA!

OMG. Dude, you just love to troll. You scower the boards for anything you can use in your pathetic argument, and then you post the same thing that you know has pissed people off before. This is just another reason NOT to move to LA. You see the Giants turnout for the parade? Now think of if the 49ers won the superbowl. YOu'd see that many people or more because football is a more popular sport. It proves that the problem is with the team and not the city, because NorCal fans support their teams VERY well and you can build a winner here. Giants are doing a hell of a lot better than that team in LA right now. Just because you're in LA doesn't make you good, just look at the Dodgers. Sure they're decent but they had the big money manager in Torre, the star player in Banny Ramirez+the big hitting line up, and they still haven't won s**t lately compared to the Giants.

If you can't rid yourself of this irrational obsession that the 49ers can't be the Los Angeles 49ers, can you at least learn how to spell "scour" correctly?

if the 49ers moved to LA theyd change their name, and possibly their colors. they would make no sense down there. the second they lose the "SF" logo, is the day the 49ers die as a franchise. the only people who want them to move to LA are the selfish fans who just want to have them locally.

the 49ers leave the bay area, theyre dead. they become the LA Hollywoods, and every real Niner fan on this board mourns the loss of the greatest franchise in NFL history. there were never any Cleveland Browns fans who sat in their living rooms on Sunday Morning with Ravens gear on.

They'd have to change the logo, sure, but that's about it. There's no reason they can't take the colors, history, and trophies.

I've said it before, if the Niners do decide to relocate to SoCal. I'm permanently disowning the team. This is coming from someone who lives in SoCal. And if I'm not mistaken, the gold in our colors symbolizes the gold rush of 1849, hence the name the 49ers. The gold rush didn't happen in Southern California.

And this is precisely the reason they can't take the history and the trophies or the team name. BECAUSE IT WOULD BE STUPID AND EVERYONE WOULD KNOW IT WAS STOLEN FROM THE BAY. But no, area69 will keep saying how there's no good reasons and blah blah blah blah blah and disregarding any intelligent argument.

Private organization can do whatever they want. They're under NO obligation to leave any name or any colors or any trophies here.

Just like the Baltimore Browns? Or the Tenessee Oilers? Or the Oklahoma City Supersonics? The LA 49ers wouldn't make sense, it'd be stupid and everyone would know that Jerry and Steve and Joe and Ronnie NEVER played for the LA 49ers, they played for the SAN FRANCISCO 49ers. The LA Cougars would make more sense.

The only reason Modell left the Browns' name behind is because the NFL was willing to step in. There's no guarantee that the NFL will do the same in our case.

As for the Oilers, they actually took their history and name and colors to Tennessee. For a while, they were the Tennessee Oilers.

The Thunder have the Sonics' history and trophy, albeit a different name and colors.

And then there's the Indianapolis...um...Colts.

they were the Tennessee Oilers for one season. they planned to change the name the entire time.

anyways, its not going to happen. the "SF" emblem, and the name "San Francisco 49ers" makes the NFL way too much money, and is too big a part of their history for them to allow the team to be moved to LA. the NFL would step in and find a way to keep them in the bay area.

LA has had football before, and nobody cared. its an awful NFL city. the fans down there right NOW dont even want a team. alot of them prefer just to follow the team they already like, and get to see all the best matchups every week instead of some local crap team that moved there.

LA loves college football, Laker basketball, and the 3rd to 7th innings of Dodger baseball (only when theyre winning).

Sure, the NFL makes lots of money now off of the SF logo, etc. And, when it get's changed to "LA", it'll seem weird at first. So did the Giants' new logo when they relocated to SF from New York. So did the Dodgers' logo when they went from New York to LA.

Things change. Deal with it. Sure, it'll be weird at first, but that new LA logo will eventually make the NFL way, way, way more money than the SF logo does now.

How about you deal with the fact the 49ers are not in LA? So do you think spamming the forum with this topic is going to magically make it happen? If you love LA so much, the chargers are right around the corner while you keep on praying.

That's exactly what he keeps doing...spamming the board with this move to LA. He can't understand why LA had 2 teams and both teams moved AWAY from LA and one of them happens to be Raiders - who play in the worst stadium (tied with Niners) in all of NFL. He can't understand why even Jaguars aren't willing or thrilled with the idea of moving to LA. Chargers who have had tough time selling out games during an impressive run last few years aren't seriously considering a move to LA.

When NFL moves a franchise to LA - it will be a franchise who is selling less than half the seats, so when they move to LA - they can at least maintain that. At this point, I think a franchise in London may come before one on LA.

I personally really want LA to have a football team so I can say f**k LA during the months of Sept. - December.

*Sigh* this again. The Rams left because Frontierre wanted to be a hometown hero in her native St. Louis. The Raiders left because of lawsuits galore. It was NOT because of fan apathy.

And we may be selling out now, but if things continue the way they are now (and there's no reason to believe they won't) the blackouts will come our way.

Oh okay, maybe it was just a coincidence that both teams were losing money and were havin' hard time selling tickets.

If it wasn't because of both Rams and Raiders doing poorly in LA market, then can you please tell me why no team wants to move into one of the largest market in all of United States?

Sure, if we continue to suck - blackouts are inevitable. But, selling out games after 8 years of pathetic product means that we can support couple of back to back re-building phases, whereas in LA - if you don't have a contender every year, it won't be supported - which is why no current owner wants to move to LA.

It's not hard to understand and analyze the football market in LA. When the NFL expanded 6-7 years ago, they started a franchise in Houston and not in LA. That is all you need to know what NFL thinks of that market.
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by HaiGuise:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by area49:
Even more reason to move to LA!

OMG. Dude, you just love to troll. You scower the boards for anything you can use in your pathetic argument, and then you post the same thing that you know has pissed people off before. This is just another reason NOT to move to LA. You see the Giants turnout for the parade? Now think of if the 49ers won the superbowl. YOu'd see that many people or more because football is a more popular sport. It proves that the problem is with the team and not the city, because NorCal fans support their teams VERY well and you can build a winner here. Giants are doing a hell of a lot better than that team in LA right now. Just because you're in LA doesn't make you good, just look at the Dodgers. Sure they're decent but they had the big money manager in Torre, the star player in Banny Ramirez+the big hitting line up, and they still haven't won s**t lately compared to the Giants.

If you can't rid yourself of this irrational obsession that the 49ers can't be the Los Angeles 49ers, can you at least learn how to spell "scour" correctly?

if the 49ers moved to LA theyd change their name, and possibly their colors. they would make no sense down there. the second they lose the "SF" logo, is the day the 49ers die as a franchise. the only people who want them to move to LA are the selfish fans who just want to have them locally.

the 49ers leave the bay area, theyre dead. they become the LA Hollywoods, and every real Niner fan on this board mourns the loss of the greatest franchise in NFL history. there were never any Cleveland Browns fans who sat in their living rooms on Sunday Morning with Ravens gear on.

They'd have to change the logo, sure, but that's about it. There's no reason they can't take the colors, history, and trophies.

I've said it before, if the Niners do decide to relocate to SoCal. I'm permanently disowning the team. This is coming from someone who lives in SoCal. And if I'm not mistaken, the gold in our colors symbolizes the gold rush of 1849, hence the name the 49ers. The gold rush didn't happen in Southern California.

And this is precisely the reason they can't take the history and the trophies or the team name. BECAUSE IT WOULD BE STUPID AND EVERYONE WOULD KNOW IT WAS STOLEN FROM THE BAY. But no, area69 will keep saying how there's no good reasons and blah blah blah blah blah and disregarding any intelligent argument.

Private organization can do whatever they want. They're under NO obligation to leave any name or any colors or any trophies here.

Just like the Baltimore Browns? Or the Tenessee Oilers? Or the Oklahoma City Supersonics? The LA 49ers wouldn't make sense, it'd be stupid and everyone would know that Jerry and Steve and Joe and Ronnie NEVER played for the LA 49ers, they played for the SAN FRANCISCO 49ers. The LA Cougars would make more sense.

The only reason Modell left the Browns' name behind is because the NFL was willing to step in. There's no guarantee that the NFL will do the same in our case.

As for the Oilers, they actually took their history and name and colors to Tennessee. For a while, they were the Tennessee Oilers.

The Thunder have the Sonics' history and trophy, albeit a different name and colors.

And then there's the Indianapolis...um...Colts.

they were the Tennessee Oilers for one season. they planned to change the name the entire time.

anyways, its not going to happen. the "SF" emblem, and the name "San Francisco 49ers" makes the NFL way too much money, and is too big a part of their history for them to allow the team to be moved to LA. the NFL would step in and find a way to keep them in the bay area.

LA has had football before, and nobody cared. its an awful NFL city. the fans down there right NOW dont even want a team. alot of them prefer just to follow the team they already like, and get to see all the best matchups every week instead of some local crap team that moved there.

LA loves college football, Laker basketball, and the 3rd to 7th innings of Dodger baseball (only when theyre winning).

Sure, the NFL makes lots of money now off of the SF logo, etc. And, when it get's changed to "LA", it'll seem weird at first. So did the Giants' new logo when they relocated to SF from New York. So did the Dodgers' logo when they went from New York to LA.

Things change. Deal with it. Sure, it'll be weird at first, but that new LA logo will eventually make the NFL way, way, way more money than the SF logo does now.

How about you deal with the fact the 49ers are not in LA? So do you think spamming the forum with this topic is going to magically make it happen? If you love LA so much, the chargers are right around the corner while you keep on praying.

That's exactly what he keeps doing...spamming the board with this move to LA. He can't understand why LA had 2 teams and both teams moved AWAY from LA and one of them happens to be Raiders - who play in the worst stadium (tied with Niners) in all of NFL. He can't understand why even Jaguars aren't willing or thrilled with the idea of moving to LA. Chargers who have had tough time selling out games during an impressive run last few years aren't seriously considering a move to LA.

When NFL moves a franchise to LA - it will be a franchise who is selling less than half the seats, so when they move to LA - they can at least maintain that. At this point, I think a franchise in London may come before one on LA.

I personally really want LA to have a football team so I can say f**k LA during the months of Sept. - December.

*Sigh* this again. The Rams left because Frontierre wanted to be a hometown hero in her native St. Louis. The Raiders left because of lawsuits galore. It was NOT because of fan apathy.

And we may be selling out now, but if things continue the way they are now (and there's no reason to believe they won't) the blackouts will come our way.

Oh okay, maybe it was just a coincidence that both teams were losing money and were havin' hard time selling tickets.

If it wasn't because of both Rams and Raiders doing poorly in LA market, then can you please tell me why no team wants to move into one of the largest market in all of United States?

Sure, if we continue to suck - blackouts are inevitable. But, selling out games after 8 years of pathetic product means that we can support couple of back to back re-building phases, whereas in LA - if you don't have a contender every year, it won't be supported - which is why no current owner wants to move to LA.

It's not hard to understand and analyze the football market in LA. When the NFL expanded 6-7 years ago, they started a franchise in Houston and not in LA. That is all you need to know what NFL thinks of that market.

I'm pretty sure it'll be different this time when a team with as much history as the 49ers goes to LA. They'll be CRAZY about the team then. Plus, whoever owns the team then will have a much easier time marketing to a demographic that's been STARVED for football for 14+ years.
Originally posted by area49:


I'm pretty sure it'll be different this time when a team with as much history as the 49ers goes to LA. They'll be CRAZY about the team then. Plus, whoever owns the team then will have a much easier time marketing to a demographic that's been STARVED for football for 14+ years.

the LA market isnt at all what the 9ers organization foresees as their demographic. They dont want the gangster NWA type of fans. Which is exactly what the LA area demographic is.

Dodger fans cant even make it to a game on time or stay til the end.

You sit here and act like the San Francisco market is that of like a Jacksonville market, or a Charlotte market. San Francisco within itself is already one of the largest markets in the USA.

No need to transplant a team that has MANY MANY season ticket holders, and piss off the current fans, and move to an area where u would have to build a new stadium as well.

Not to mention the niners are a top 5 team in merchandise sales.

Where in the hell did the wheels fall off and how did this turn into the worst thing ever?
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Originally posted by area49:


I'm pretty sure it'll be different this time when a team with as much history as the 49ers goes to LA. They'll be CRAZY about the team then. Plus, whoever owns the team then will have a much easier time marketing to a demographic that's been STARVED for football for 14+ years.

the LA market isnt at all what the 9ers organization foresees as their demographic. They dont want the gangster NWA type of fans. Which is exactly what the LA area demographic is.

Dodger fans cant even make it to a game on time or stay til the end.

You sit here and act like the San Francisco market is that of like a Jacksonville market, or a Charlotte market. San Francisco within itself is already one of the largest markets in the USA.

No need to transplant a team that has MANY MANY season ticket holders, and piss off the current fans, and move to an area where u would have to build a new stadium as well.

Not to mention the niners are a top 5 team in merchandise sales.


Wow. Way to stereotype.

And even though SF is one of the largest markets in the country, LA is even bigger.

And season ticket holders are dumping their tickets. Trust me, we're going to be seeing blackouts soon.

As for the stadium, Ed Roski and Casey Wasserman are both offering to build privately financed stadia in LA. Wasserman is a close friend of the Yorks and wants to build one next to the Staples Center.
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Originally posted by area49:


I'm pretty sure it'll be different this time when a team with as much history as the 49ers goes to LA. They'll be CRAZY about the team then. Plus, whoever owns the team then will have a much easier time marketing to a demographic that's been STARVED for football for 14+ years.

the LA market isnt at all what the 9ers organization foresees as their demographic. They dont want the gangster NWA type of fans. Which is exactly what the LA area demographic is.

Dodger fans cant even make it to a game on time or stay til the end.

You sit here and act like the San Francisco market is that of like a Jacksonville market, or a Charlotte market. San Francisco within itself is already one of the largest markets in the USA.

No need to transplant a team that has MANY MANY season ticket holders, and piss off the current fans, and move to an area where u would have to build a new stadium as well.

Not to mention the niners are a top 5 team in merchandise sales.


Wow. Way to stereotype.

And even though SF is one of the largest markets in the country, LA is even bigger.

And season ticket holders are dumping their tickets. Trust me, we're going to be seeing blackouts soon.

As for the stadium, Ed Roski and Casey Wasserman are both offering to build privately financed stadia in LA. Wasserman is a close friend of the Yorks and wants to build one next to the Staples Center.

Pittsburgh, Dallas, San Francisco.

Youd be hard pressed to find me more established franchises/locations than that.

You could even throw in Green Bay if you wanted too.

San Francisco is a top 5 market in the NFL any way that you want to put it. Doesnt matter if we or good or bad. THIS team will not be moving.

when you have choices like Jacksonville, St. Louis, Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Oakland, and Detroit that the NFL would move first.

You dont approve a top 5 highest grossing team in revenue and apparel sales to move when u have much worse, non established and money needing team.

Those are teams on verge of bankruptcy.



I get what your point it, but it doesnt apply to the San Francisco 49ers
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Originally posted by area49:
Originally posted by skeetskeet:
Originally posted by area49:


I'm pretty sure it'll be different this time when a team with as much history as the 49ers goes to LA. They'll be CRAZY about the team then. Plus, whoever owns the team then will have a much easier time marketing to a demographic that's been STARVED for football for 14+ years.

the LA market isnt at all what the 9ers organization foresees as their demographic. They dont want the gangster NWA type of fans. Which is exactly what the LA area demographic is.

Dodger fans cant even make it to a game on time or stay til the end.

You sit here and act like the San Francisco market is that of like a Jacksonville market, or a Charlotte market. San Francisco within itself is already one of the largest markets in the USA.

No need to transplant a team that has MANY MANY season ticket holders, and piss off the current fans, and move to an area where u would have to build a new stadium as well.

Not to mention the niners are a top 5 team in merchandise sales.


Wow. Way to stereotype.

And even though SF is one of the largest markets in the country, LA is even bigger.

And season ticket holders are dumping their tickets. Trust me, we're going to be seeing blackouts soon.

As for the stadium, Ed Roski and Casey Wasserman are both offering to build privately financed stadia in LA. Wasserman is a close friend of the Yorks and wants to build one next to the Staples Center.

Pittsburgh, Dallas, San Francisco.

Youd be hard pressed to find me more established franchises/locations than that.

You could even throw in Green Bay if you wanted too.

San Francisco is a top 5 market in the NFL any way that you want to put it. Doesnt matter if we or good or bad. THIS team will not be moving.

when you have choices like Jacksonville, St. Louis, Buffalo, Tampa Bay, Oakland, and Detroit that the NFL would move first.

You dont approve a top 5 highest grossing team in revenue and apparel sales to move when u have much worse, non established and money needing team.

Those are teams on verge of bankruptcy.



I get what your point it, but it doesnt apply to the San Francisco 49ers

That's a commonly held misconception that SD49er did a great job of dispelling. The 49ers were good for 22 years, but they've been around for 66. Thus, for two-thirds of their existence, they've been a bad team. Compare that to the Steelers and Cowboys who have been competitive in every decade since their inceptions.

There are WAY more established football towns than SF, especially given the Giants' recent World Series and the resurgence of the Raiders.

And you have no way to prove that top 5 grossing team, do you? Isn't this team ranked, like, 27th in terms of total value?

By the way, I should also add that Roger Goodell just said yesterday that Atlanta needs a new stadium, so that means more competition for the Yorks in getting funding from the NFL.
[ Edited by area49 on Nov 12, 2010 at 6:44 PM ]
Originally posted by area49:


By the way, I should also add that Roger Goodell just said yesterday that Atlanta needs a new stadium, so that means more competition for the Yorks in getting funding from the NFL.

LOL... so you say the niners have only been good for a third of their existence... yet then you think that a team that has had 10, TEN, yes winning seasons in their existence, and only 1 time had back to back winning seasons(which was last year), has more of an opportunity of the NFL helping them build a stadium?

wow.

listen, i understand what your argument is, but fact is, the San Francisco logo sales. The niners sale out games. you dont move a team that is making money, over a team like jacksonville, that is LOSING the NFL money. Doesnt and would never make sense.

Its just like the SF giants. they were bad for a few years, yet they were still selling out games and hitting the 3 million attendance mark those years.
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Where in the hell did the wheels fall off and how did this turn into the worst thing ever?

Area49 found his keyboard under all of his LA fan apparel.
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Where in the hell did the wheels fall off and how did this turn into the worst thing ever?

Area49 found his keyboard under all of his LA fan apparel.

Originally posted by HaiGuise:
Originally posted by WillistheWall:
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
Where in the hell did the wheels fall off and how did this turn into the worst thing ever?

Area49 found his keyboard under all of his LA fan apparel.


I

actually

have some L.A apparel.