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  1. #46

    Re: M&T Among League's Best



    Back on-topic: I haven't read any post which supports the original premise of this thread, i.e. M&T Among the League's Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    People like myself have been through much worse, but you don't hear us complaining.
    I am losing my mind? Aren't you the one who complained about lines at the rest rooms on post #34? That problem is easily fixed: buy club tickets. If you cannot afford them, try the lower deck, which should have smaller lines than the 5th level. Or, do what I did when I used to sit in the upper deck: cut off all beer drinking after 11 am.


    Quote Originally Posted by packfntk View Post
    And just why are upper decks better? I have sat everywhere in Lambeau and there is literally not one bad seat in the house. On the other hand, I have walked to the upper decks to all stadiums I have been to and seen horrible views.
    Whatever is your pleasure. Lambeau's lower deck seats go back to what: 50+ rows? Those would be too far from the field for me. I prefer being able to see the action altogether, not so close to the field that I miss downfield activity by focusing on the backfield. I like the uppers in the stadiums built with a more vertical orientation, e.g. Reliant, which remains the best stadium I have visited. Others prefer the lower deck regardless of how bad the view is. Some have phobias about the height. Some want to be closer to the action. We've had the upper vs lower deck debate here many times. Sometimes the debate has included the notched end zones here which are rather unique.
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  2. #47

    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Back on-topic: I haven't read any post which supports the original premise of this thread, i.e. M&T Among the League's Best.

    also:




    I am losing my mind? Aren't you the one who complained about lines at the rest rooms on post #34? That problem is easily fixed: buy club tickets. If you cannot afford them, try the lower deck, which should have smaller lines than the 5th level. Or, do what I did when I used to sit in the upper deck: cut off all beer drinking after 11 am.




    Whatever is your pleasure. Lambeau's lower deck seats go back to what: 50+ rows? Those would be too far from the field for me. I prefer being able to see the action altogether, not so close to the field that I miss downfield activity by focusing on the backfield. I like the uppers in the stadiums built with a more vertical orientation, e.g. Reliant, which remains the best stadium I have visited. Others prefer the lower deck regardless of how bad the view is. Some have phobias about the height. Some want to be closer to the action. We've had the upper vs lower deck debate here many times. Sometimes the debate has included the notched end zones here which are rather unique.
    That's one of a few things that I would like to see fixed. I didn't think I was complaining.




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    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    Why do people hate The Vault so much?




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    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    That's one of a few things that I would like to see fixed. I didn't think I was complaining.
    If you note it as an inadequacy it is a complaint. There is nothing wrong with valid complaints, especially when a solution is offered. Was it you that said "nothing could be done about it"? I think something can be done about it and would like it addressed. But they should also address the elevator/escalator problem issue.

    I walk up the stairs and at 50 can probably do it faster than most of the people here younger than me, so for me it is not an issue. But one day it will be, and telling me to stay home if I don't like it . . .

    Well, I won't respond how I want to.




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    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    Why do people hate The Vault so much?
    Who here said they hate The Vault?
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  6. #51

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Who here said they hate The Vault?
    People are bashing it.




  7. #52

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    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    Why do people hate The Vault so much?
    Cam Cameron is gone and they need something to complain about?


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    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    People are bashing it.
    Still not seeing any bashing.

    I'm seeing folks who have been to the more modern stadia and making comparisons.

    I like The Vault personally. But that doesn't mean it can't be improved upon.
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  9. #54

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Still not seeing any bashing.

    I'm seeing folks who have been to the more modern stadia and making comparisons.

    I like The Vault personally. But that doesn't mean it can't be improved upon.
    What improvements do you wish to see?




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    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    What improvements do you wish to see?
    I like the additions they announced a few months ago.
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  11. #56

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I like the additions they announced a few months ago.
    I know they are working on the lower concourse, but what exactly are they doing?




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    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    Quote Originally Posted by baltimorebred View Post
    I know they are working on the lower concourse, but what exactly are they doing?
    http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/nf...t-bank-stadium
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    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    I'm with T.
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  14. #59

    Re: M&T Among League's Best

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I wish they had open concourses but that would seem unattainable.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Losac View Post
    Cue the requests for escalators and getting rid of fantasy stats on the boards.
    Agree




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