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  1. #25

    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?



    I think it has been lost since the 13 years of losing, but it isn't "Oh," it is "O's!"




  2. #26

    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?

    Quote Originally Posted by FearTheRaven View Post
    Also we're allowed to do it because it was written in Baltimore. That's my rule anyway.
    That is why the beer is so much sweeter when you can make a bet with a Steelers fan that before every home game at Heinz Field the home crowd stands and sings a song about Baltimore's defense. Not the Ravens' defense, but Baltimore's defense.




  3. #27

    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?

    Quote Originally Posted by FearTheRaven View Post
    Also we're allowed to do it because it was written in Baltimore. That's my rule anyway.
    Fair enough. I'd say that too.

    Call it creative license.
    Self appointed Ravens SuperFan in the southern hemisphere/New Zealand.




  4. #28

    Re: POP QUIZ: where/when did the "O" chant in national anthem start?

    Strange Bru....u da man




  5. #29

    Re: POP QUIZ: where/when did the "O" chant in national anthem start?

    I didn't know people didn't know this.




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    Re: POP QUIZ: where/when did the "O" chant in national anthem start?

    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Bru View Post
    Win a free beer from a 49ers fan by betting they are going to sing a song about Baltimore's defence before the game. You can collect on that bet when they sing the National Anthem.
    Genius. Thanx strange bru!




  7. #31

    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?

    BTW, how about the seven nation army chant in the 4th quarter at new England, I could clearly hear it. I think we're the only team that does that. That chant gets me pumped! How cool would it be to hear that at the super bowl, you know when " the hays in the barn". Man ooohh Man this going to be good! - Gonz




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    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?

    Quote Originally Posted by somedumbguy View Post
    I have had some people in other cities tell me it is disrespectful but I figure it was written in Baltimore by a Baltimorean so its our song and we can sing it however we please.
    Fuck 'em!!!! While I am not allowed to yell "O" during the anthem, I thoroughly enjoy hearing it, especially at away games.
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).




  9. #33

    Re: How loud will the "Oh" be during the National Anthem next week?

    It was clear as day in NE at the AFCCG. Represent folks.




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    Re: POP QUIZ: where/when did the "O" chant in national anthem start?

    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Bru View Post
    Win a free beer from a 49ers fan by betting they are going to sing a song about Baltimore's defence before the game. You can collect on that bet when they sing the National Anthem.
    To those who do not know, and to bolster Strange Bru's arguement, the original title of the Star Spangled Banner is "Defence of Fort McHenry" .




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    Quote Originally Posted by elgonzo View Post
    BTW, how about the seven nation army chant in the 4th quarter at new England, I could clearly hear it. I think we're the only team that does that. That chant gets me pumped! How cool would it be to hear that at the super bowl, you know when " the hays in the barn". Man ooohh Man this going to be good! - Gonz
    Atlanta fans were doing it too, several teams in different sports use it.
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    When I'm at events, I sing the whole anthem. I stress the 'O', of course.




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