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  • jmz313
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    Id do it if i was clearing the stadium for a playoff game and was getting tickets to that game. that would be a story to tell.... a regular season game against the Dolphins? nah.

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  • Beantown Bronco
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    Originally posted by SonOfLe-loLang View Post
    Looks like the games gonna be moved.
    gonna have to.

    Unless it all of a sudden hits like 80 degrees for the next 3 days, there's no way you can just get rid of that much snow (especially given the same amount is everywhere all around the stadium, the parking lots, roads, etc). There's just no place to put that and no amount of people will make much difference there.

    I'd be shocked if it's even ready for Tuesday unless there is serious melting.

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  • SonOfLe-loLang
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    Looks like the games gonna be moved.

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  • BroncoBeavis
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    We're not talking about a regular job here. It's a once-a-decade (maybe) massive freak early season snow storm. If I were a Bills fan, lived in Buffalo, and wasn't buried in 6 feet of snow, I'd probably chip in for free if it came down to it.

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  • srphoenix
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    Wow, heck yeah for the free tickets. The Packers pay 10/hr cash and there's usually lines to do it. (I've never done it though) For free tickets that's a heck of a deal though.

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  • SonOfLe-loLang
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    Originally posted by underrated29 View Post
    In a heartbeat I would.

    Bring some music and headphones. Bring a flask to keep myself warm and shovel as long as they would let me. Make a quick 80bucks for a good workout and tix to the game. Turn around and buy a jersey with the $80. Is there a downside?
    8 hours of shoveling snow sounds exhausting.

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  • 69bronco
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    I already work 40-48 hours a week, 10 dollars an hour on a Sunday to shovel snow? No thanks, Ill catch it on tv and turn in my fan card if I have to.

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  • UltimateHoboW/Shotgun
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    Originally posted by underrated29 View Post
    In a heartbeat I would.

    Bring some music and headphones. Bring a flask to keep myself warm and shovel as long as they would let me. Make a quick 80bucks for a good workout and tix to the game. Turn around and buy a jersey with the $80. Is there a downside?
    Ditto except hot tea because of the 'betes.

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  • Zealot
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    I would do it for free as a courtesy to fellow fans.

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  • Drunk Monkey
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    Pass, I don't work for $10 bucks an hour.

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  • strafen
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    There was a point in my life where I would've done it.
    Right now, I'm too busy doing a bunch of stuff that my free time it's at a premium...

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  • underrated29
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    In a heartbeat I would.

    Bring some music and headphones. Bring a flask to keep myself warm and shovel as long as they would let me. Make a quick 80bucks for a good workout and tix to the game. Turn around and buy a jersey with the $80. Is there a downside?

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  • Beantown Bronco
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    5 feet of fresh snow? Roads around it are probably impassable, so you'd have to show-shoe in like the Day After Tomorrow. Good luck even getting there without being dead tired.

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  • hades
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    Couple of these and melt it in no time! Plus it's environmentally friendly, burns rabbit poo.

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  • ColoradoDarin
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    I'd shovel it and then sell the tickets to some mouth breathing hill person.

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