Man I am so glad to find this site I am stuck in Donkeyville CO. I found my lost love (lost for almost 20yrs) on the internet last (2005) July and had to move to Denver (where her house and job is so I made the sacrifice). I love it but damn not in Donkeyville anywhere but here. We are gonna move back to the bay to my house as soon as her transfer comes through and we sell the house. I never missed the bay so much seeing silver and black everywhere I go now its just orange and blue eeeeeekkkkkkkkk. RAIDER NATION TILL I DIE!!!!!!!!!!
P.S. She is not a Bronco fan I don't think it would have worked out if she was
welcome. lol dont dis my birthplace.
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Originally Posted by blessthes&b
I kinda like being a Bronco fan in the Bay Area (where I have lived for the past 15 years). I like being different and a bit rebellious...
When I visit home (Colorado Springs) I actually feel weird wearing my Broncos gear around town because EVERYONE is! Sounds strange... but it's cool to me being one of the very few true Bronco fans I know out here.
Originally Posted by Natey
If the US were a person, Colorado would be the friggin anus...
I understand you are just busting on the Donkey fan, but anyone that has driven through Newark, NJ on the Jersey Turnpike might argue with you.Originally Posted by UCRaider
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Originally Posted by raiderran
I spent 10 years in San Jose and have lived in Colorado for 4. Gotta say the only thing that would get me back there would be the Raiders and all the awesome fans that post from there. Only thing that sucks is that the Raiders weren't there the same time I was so I need to save up the pennies to see them in Oakland where they belong.
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