NFL  > General NFL  > Poll.................. Will you continue to support the NFL after the lockout?
April 25, 2011, 11:38 AM
As for myself, pro sports has become the tax burden of our city. We pay extra tax on everything for Lucas oil billionaire, how does this make any fucking sense?
I am tired of welfare for millionaires! **** VAGOMATIC YOU GREEDY FUX!
I hope the NFL crashes and burns like a phony Nascar race! Corporate sports is the festering zit on the **** of this once great country!

**** YOU NFL!
April 25, 2011  11:42 AM ET

:O

I don't live in an NFL city so I can't even begin to understand your frustration. The only frustration I comprehend right now is that there may be no season come the fall. :(

April 25, 2011  12:29 PM ET
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I will continue to attend NFL games in the future. There will always be friction between management & the players union.

Who are yoiu? Really...

April 25, 2011  12:33 PM ET
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My real name is Steve.

You're not new to FanNation, are you?

April 25, 2011  12:47 PM ET

It's business, I may not like it but I will watch the games....

April 25, 2011  04:17 PM ET
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It's business, I may not like it but I will watch the games....

Of course you will. I'm looking forward to the Cowboys becoming a contender again. Last season was very painful.

April 25, 2011  06:11 PM ET
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LMAO

;)

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April 25, 2011  06:56 PM ET

*sigh*

April 25, 2011  06:57 PM ET

Vegas Hookers is as lame as our baseball "51's" and our arena team "The Locos".

April 25, 2011  07:27 PM ET
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yu just hit a ~nerve~ with sweets !.............she's an ex-madam .

LOL!!

April 25, 2011  07:39 PM ET

Lock outs been lifted.

April 25, 2011  07:50 PM ET
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Lame? I thought Vegas and Hooker went together like hand and glove.

No...prostitution is not legal in the county where Las Vegas is located. Not that it doesn't happen, it's just not legal. Besides, Vegas has much more to offer than just hookers....I get so tired of the stereotyping. It's like saying that everyone in San Francisco is gay or that everyone in Southern California is a pot head.

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April 25, 2011  11:19 PM ET

I got pissed and tried to boycott football when the taxpayers in Pa got hit for 4 stadiums, two in Philly andf 2 in Pittsburgh, but I came back like a crack addicted ho, I will again... its a tough habit to break

 
April 26, 2011  11:20 AM ET
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Gone are the days when they played or owned for the love of the game. Now it's for the love of the almighty dollar. I hate to say it, but like a drug addict I'm too hooked to give it up.

I agree, as much as some people claim they'll boycott the games, the reality is they will gleefully return once an agreement is reached.

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