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Posted by Darren Urban on November 29, 2010 – 2:44 pm
The roof at University of Phoenix Stadium tonight will be closed because of cold temperatures. The text from the official release:
“Due to the cold front that has brought unseasonably low temperatures and freeze warnings to the Valley this evening, the roof at University of Phoenix Stadium will be closed for tonight’s game between the Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers. Even with the roof closed, temperatures inside the building are expected to be in the low 60s and fans should dress accordingly.”
Told ya this would happen.
Weather prompts power outages around the Valley
In Glendale, a portion of the roof at University of Phoenix Stadium was apparently damaged by the storm rolling through the Valley.
A caller to ABC15 said she was on a tour of the stadium when she saw the “roof collapse.”
Glendale Fire Department officials say crews were called to check a hazard at the Cardinals stadium around 4 p.m. Spokesman Daniel Valenzuela said crews checked the roof and decided it was not a hazard.
Air15 video showed what appears to be a portion of the roof torn apart with portions of it lying on the ground nearby. The edge of the roof appeared to be damaged in another section and there was a smaller area of damage in yet another section.
No injuries were reported.
Dear asshole Bidwill people:
Now that Kurt “I am afraid to see my shadow” Warner has walked away* from your traditional doormat team, can we please revert to the previous policy of opening the fucking roof more than once a season? Is it really too much to ask, that in the so-called Valley of the Sun, we’re allowed to see it as promised.
Yours in contempt
*Subject to Favreing things up and reconsidering, of course
Dear Michael Bidwill:
Grow a pair, would you? U2 gets an open roof in October, but the Cardinals are too big of pussies to do the same? Fuck you. I paid extra for the hole – I expect to be able to use it.
P.S. Yes, “Fuck you. I paid extra for the hole – I expect to be able to use it.” is the same rant I use on Vegas hookers. What’s your point?
Dear Michael Bidwill:
It’s 71 degrees in Glendale this very minute, an hour and a half before game time. There is a 0% chance of rain. It’s the desert, remember?
Yet, the roof at Pink Taco stadium is closed. You, sir, are a Pink Taco. I hope Kurt “but I play better with a roof” Warner throws 4 picks. In the first quarter.
Eagles 170, Arizona fighting pink tacos 0
Dear Michael Bidwill:
You’re a piece of shit, sir. There is no rain. The temperature is 75. It’s fucking November. Yet, this very minute, the roof on University of Phoenix Pink Taco Stadium is closed. What. the. fuck?
Pussies. I hope New York schools you, just because you lack the balls to open the roof that I paid for.
Joe Arpaio and a few others
NFL implements new code of Fascism for fans at games
NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL implemented a new code of fan oppression Tuesday, warning that spectators who think they are more than just consumers of overpriced, shitty food and a steilized, joyless game-like simulation designed to generate ad revenue will be ejected from stadiums and barred from coming back. The policy, first recommended by dictator in chief Roger Goodell at league meetings in April, is aimed at conduct that the league said “detracts from the gameday experience because it makes mommies not want to buy $10 licorice ropes for junior.”
It includes bans on:
— Behavior that is unruly (yelling), disruptive (standing up), or illegal (yelling fire even though you cannot hear yourself inside your own head, let alone the person next to you).
— Drunkenness and signs of alcohol impairment that result in irresponsible behavior (like not ordering the extra cheese on your nachos for $4 extra).
— Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures (by whose definition, Rog? We can’t flip you off, you preening ass licker?).
— Interference with the progress of the game, including throwing objects onto the field.
— Failing to follow instructions of stadium personnel (does this mean if we are silent when the sign says “noise,” we get booted? Or we read a newspaper when the PA guy says “Please turn your attention to…” or “please rise for…”).
— Verbal or physical harassment of fans from the opposing team. (No more “Raiders suck”?)
“The in-stadium experience is critically important to the NFL’s bottom line, our clubs and our fans and it will be a major focus this season,” Goodell said in a statement. “We are committed to sterilizing and dehumanizing the fan experience in every way we can — from the time fans arrive in the parking lot to when they depart the stadium. It should be strictly commerce, and nothing more”
The league also left teams the option of adding additional provisions to the code based on local circumstances. For example, Detroit could make a two hotdog minimum purchase a condition of admission; in Phoenix, it might be a couple of Chile Rellenos instead. It said the guidelines would be contained in mailings to fans and signs posted at stadiums.
Actually, this proves that Roger Goodell understands America better than any of us. It’s not the game. It’s not the experience. It’s order and commerce. Nothing else matters. It’s John McCain’s America – not John Mellencamp’s, not John Lennon’s.