Snorebaby

Forum Members
  • Content count

    18
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Snorebaby

  • Rank
    Practice Squad
  • Birthday 05/26/1965

Contact Methods

  • ICQ
    0

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Augusta
  1. Been to maybe 8 games at AFCS, 6 at the Dome (including both playoff games last year), 1 this year (1st preseason game at MBS) and 1 away (1988 at Mile High) I have been around as long as the Falcons
  2. The Halo board was amazing but the ads were overpowering and the twitter feed is useless IMO. We were in 322 and it was hard to follow the down/distance from the angle of the section. They put the scoreboard on an the "angle" and they should have been on the "sides" and "front & back" (relative to the field) since they sectioned the video feeds that way. I know advertising pays the bills. The wife said they need more mirrors in the ladies rooms. Only one mirror and it is near the door. LOL We were there for the opening and agree at least they could have let us tour the 100 section prior to 5pm. And when they did let us go, the escalator to the 200 concourse by the Store tripped and stopped with a full load of people. Figured that would happen when everyone was finally "let go". We left our seats at halftime to get more food and did some more "touring" of the stadium. Really liked the open areas to watch the game as you walk around. The Skybridge was amazing and offers fantastic views of the city. The 200 Skybridge had the back of the endzone section blocking some of the views of the field and instead of just seeing concrete, maybe decorate with pics, banners, etc. Aside from some logistic's and bug's in the system (some vendors not having food shortly after halftime and some trouble with the POS system) our overall experience was amazing! The staff and vendors were extremely polite and helpful. The views were pretty good from our section. Brought my binoculars but never really needed them even from our seats. Used them a couple of times ( I blame it on old eyes!) but never really had a problem most of the time.
  3. He also outran Riley to the ball. Takk's speed is AMAZING! The hit that caused the fumble on the sideline was delivered by Takk.
  4. Just seen this....may be true, don't know. http://www.12up.com/posts/4889250-report-vikings-could-open-season-on-road-in-nfl-s-newest-stadium?a_aid=40734
  5. https://youtu.be/CZv_lvvIVoI?list=RDlDQwewROGLA
  6. All you need is one die hard fan parent. I have been a Braves fan since they moved to Atlanta. That is because my father was a Boston Braves fan from his childhood and when they moved to Milwaukee, he followed his fandom to them. Living in Augusta, Ga at the time the Braves moved to Atlanta, he was the happiest man on earth!! Spent many a day at Fulton County Stadium. He also infused the Falcon and Bulldog fan into my DNA. I always have been and always will be a proud fan of these teams.
  7. YOU THINK WE GOT TOO RADICAL WITH OUR MESSAGE
  8. Growing up here in Augusta the NWA was in town at the Bell Auditorium every Monday night @ 7:30pm. My dad and I were always there. All the greats in the 70's were showing up.
  9. I grew up watching Ric, Harley Race, Mr Wrestling 1 & 2, etc. At the divisional game against Seattle, After the 3rd touchdown, I asked my wife's cousin "What does Ric Flair say?" and we both yelled his famous WOOOOOO!!
  10. Will be there!! We were there yesterday and have no voice right now. The wife and I will be there supporting our FALCONS!! RISE UP!!
  11. I am not "new" to the board...but it has been a LOOOOONG time since I have been on here. I have been a Falcon Fan since 1965. Actually born a Falcon, Brave and Bulldawg fan in 1965! My father was a big sports fan and a Boston Braves fan. He was ecstatic when they moved to Atlanta! As my Avatar shows, I got the perfect bike!! (2 out of 3 ain't bad).