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Attack of the Silent Fans

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Attack of the Silent Fans

There are tons of real fans here, obviously. But what I don't get are the automaton sheeple who see a coach/player/front office executive and proceed to swarm and stick pens and objects into their faces for them to sign. I mean, it's like a silent feeding frenzy. Poor Dom Capers walked out of a room, walked about 5 feet, and was besieged by silent people sticking things in front of him for him to sign. I mean, tell the guy how happy you are that he is here (which I did, and wished him luck on the upcoming season) ANYTHING. But these people just wait, get the autograph, and move on, trying to find their next prey.

Oh - and Corey just stopped by to tell me he met James Campen. Did I mention this place is like Packer Geek HEAVEN....?

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Andrew n Atlanta's picture

Well, I guess it's better than the jerkwad who got in TTs face last year to say ARod was going to take us to the toilet bowl

Chico's picture

Some skiers operate on a "dollars per run"
(DPR) system, trying to get the most out of their exorbitantly-priced lift tickets; maybe the "silent fans" have adapted this to
their Fan Fest experience--"dollars per
autograph" (DPA). I'm not defending it, I'm just sayin'...

ReadyforSomeFB's picture

Subsitute "Stupid" for "Silent"

On twitter they'd be Twidiots.

L.A.'s picture

I hate the whole autograph scene. I don't get them at all. I'll take a pic with a Packer any day.


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