The impact of a Vikings move to Los Angeles

Nov 11, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: LombardiAve

On the same week that the Green Bay Packers announced the details of a stock sale to raise funds for a major stadium improvement, the Minnesota Vikings suffered a setback in their attempt to build a replacement for the Metrodome.

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Lito

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Nov 11, 2011
 

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Laughing Bear Fan

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Nov 28, 2011
 
Allied Van Lines would make a bundle

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Since: Feb 08

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Nov 28, 2011
 
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Allied Van Lines would make a bundle
Try to keep up LBF, a finance plan is in the works.
Soldier field WILL be the worst stadium in the conference.
Phony Frazier

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Nov 28, 2011
 
A nice new stadium for team coached by a clown...
Laughing Bear Fan

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Nov 29, 2011
 
40for60 wrote:
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Try to keep up LBF, a finance plan is in the works.
Soldier field WILL be the worst stadium in the conference.
That place is miserable. It already is the worst stadium. A finance plan is in the works? Is that like the Vikings being in the hunt?
I hope they stay BUT public financing in a time of declining tax revenues is a recipe for disaster. How many bridges have to collapse in the twin cities before priorities are shuffled?

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Nov 29, 2011
 
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>That place is miserable. It already is the worst stadium. A finance plan is in the works? Is that like the Vikings being in the hunt?
I hope they stay BUT public financing in a time of declining tax revenues is a recipe for disaster. How many bridges have to collapse in the twin cities before priorities are shuffled?
I have to go over this again?
The new plan is to redirect all taxes paid by player salaries and operations toward the gap in financing the new stadium.
We will lose that tax money anyway if they leave, so if we let them leave, we'll have nothing to show for it.

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Nov 29, 2011
 
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>That place is miserable. It already is the worst stadium. A finance plan is in the works? Is that like the Vikings being in the hunt?
I hope they stay BUT public financing in a time of declining tax revenues is a recipe for disaster. How many bridges have to collapse in the twin cities before priorities are shuffled?
You call Soldier Field miserable? You haven't been to the dome, have you?
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Nov 29, 2011
 
2-9 is miserable...a new stadium wont help...fix the team not the playing field...

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