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Sherman and Browner (and probably Baldwin) are going to be at The Pub on Clearwater tonight at 6. Any other .Netters gonna be there?

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All these remote areas...Why don't we see these guys getting together in Kirkland, or Renton, or Everett, or something?

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All these remote areas...Why don't we see these guys getting together in Kirkland, or Renton, or Everett, or something?


Think of it as evangelism. While this area has a great number of Seahawks fans, there are also a lot of heathen Cowboys, Packers, and even 49ers fans to convert. I say we should let them go about their holy work, cleansing the homeland of its saracen presence.

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Did you just tell me to basically think of it as religion? EWW. Wrong thing to say to me. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: 12th Man Tour: Kennewick
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All these remote areas...Why don't we see these guys getting together in Kirkland, or Renton, or Everett, or something?


Well you people in the Seattle area have easier access to pro-shop events and other local stuff. We simple folk out here in the nether regions of WA only get this once a year event. And last year was the first one I'd ever heard about.

I think it's cool that the team started doing this - It's nice that they took the time to recognize all of the fans outside of the Seattle area. There's a lot of 'hawk fans over here in the Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Spokane.

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Well you people in the Seattle area have easier access to pro-shop events and other local stuff. We simple folk out here in the nether regions of WA only get this once a year event. And last year was the first one I'd ever heard about.

I think it's cool that the team started doing this - It's nice that they took the time to recognize all of the fans outside of the Seattle area. There's a lot of 'hawk fans over here in the Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Spokane.


Actually, you would be surprised. The majority of those events are held during the middle part of the day or the afternoon on a weekday, because otherwise there would be WAY too many people showing up. (For events in and immediately around Seattle.) So, most of us that you know, have actual normal full-time jobs, rarely have opportunities like this; whereas the more rural/outlying ones like this, start at 5pm, 6pm, etc...

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Well you people in the Seattle area have easier access to pro-shop events and other local stuff. We simple folk out here in the nether regions of WA only get this once a year event. And last year was the first one I'd ever heard about.

I think it's cool that the team started doing this - It's nice that they took the time to recognize all of the fans outside of the Seattle area. There's a lot of 'hawk fans over here in the Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Spokane.


Actually, you would be surprised. The majority of those events are held during the middle part of the day or the afternoon on a weekday, because otherwise there would be WAY too many people showing up. (For events in and immediately around Seattle.) So, most of us that you know, have actual normal full-time jobs, rarely have opportunities like this; whereas the more rural/outlying ones like this, start at 5pm, 6pm, etc...

Just sayin'.


From where I'm sitting none of yous got anything to bitch about :roll:

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I was at the event in Vancouver, BC this last weekend, had a great time. Got to meet Red, Sherm and Baldwin, play some flag football etc. Great time, 2 day event. The Play 60 stuff is great for the kids.

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From where I'm sitting none of yous got anything to bitch about :roll:


Well, unfortunately for your argument, you live in America and are free to move to Seattle TOMORROW if you want to. :D

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 Post subject: Re: 12th Man Tour: Kennewick
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Damn it!!! Can't make it. Fishing in Montana this week.

Give Sherman and Browner my regards and toast a Bushmills for me.

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From where I'm sitting none of yous got anything to bitch about :roll:


Well, unfortunately for your argument, you live in America and are free to move to Seattle TOMORROW if you want to. :D


Trust me RD, if I could I'd already be there :(

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Trust me RD, if I could I'd already be there :(


Didn't mean to potentially poke a stick in a sore subject.

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Going right after work..

Want to see how big these dudes really are, i bet browner will look big as hell..

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Going right after work..

Want to see how big these dudes really are, i bet browner will look big as hell..


You should ask him if he'll let you get a pic of him holding up a fist looking like he's about to whoop your ass, haha. He's such a nasty beast on the field, I love Browner's persona.

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When we were playing flag football a few fields over, could could clearly see Red just towering over ppl. Dude is massive.

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All these remote areas...Why don't we see these guys getting together in Kirkland, or Renton, or Everett, or something?


Think of it as evangelism. While this area has a great number of Seahawks fans, there are also a lot of heathen Cowboys, Packers, and even 49ers fans to convert. I say we should let them go about their holy work, cleansing the homeland of its saracen presence.


Says the guy in the Satan costume...

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Sherman just tweeted that they had just left Miner's in Yakima. We stopped there driving back home on Monday. The burgers there are huge!


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My Brother in Law and I will be there. We will be the ones in the Hawk jerseys drinking beer. Should be easy to spot us


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Be there in an hour to get in line, can't wait!



It wasnt bad at all last year so I am hoping it wont be too packed, but I am afraid it might be different this time around.


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what do you guys think... will a 1.5 year old be able to come see and take a pic with the guys also or no?


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Well blue... I think you're right about being afraid. I got there last year at 5:30, had no trouble parking and there wasn't that many people there. Sounds like it's gonna be packed this year. Guess that's what happens when your team is a winner.

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the whole inside is a bar, no seperate restaraunt, i would think no, but i'm not for certain.. unless they rope a part of it off? did you try calling them?

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what do you guys think... will a 1.5 year old be able to come see and take a pic with the guys also or no?


He can borrow my ID. I got a babyface.


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Well blue... I think you're right about being afraid. I got there last year at 5:30, had no trouble parking and there wasn't that many people there. Sounds like it's gonna be packed this year. Guess that's what happens when your team is a winner.



It was on a Tuesday or wed night last year as well. Being on thursday is not gonna help.


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haha no im not able to call them as im in the office all day taking inbound calls. cound anybody phone the pub for me just ask if a 1 year old would be allow to come see sherm? haha. thanks. GoHawks (509) 735-7868


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It was a Thursday last year too, but also tomorrow is Hanford Friday off... so that'll add to it. I'm leaving now. Hopefully I can get there around 4:30-5ish or so. Gonna haul ass.

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or... maybe does anybody remember from last year if there was any children? not loud ones runnign around more like a baby, (1 year old)


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I really don't recall there being any kids at all last year.

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I called multiple times... phone was busy each time. I dont recall any kids being there last time. Pretty sure its 21 and over only. but my memory is not great...


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Susitnagal and Frostbyte have sent pictures of the ones in Wasilli and Anchorage and there are children there always.

Mostly grade school age tho.

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Packed over capacity. Line out the door. Nothing like last year.

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yeah, i heard its over the limit as well... damn guess im gonna pass...


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Just got back. It was over capacity at 4:30. They went through and marked 150 people from each of the two main rooms, and the rest had to go outside to wait until people left. When I left the line outside was 100+ people. I got Sherm, Browner and Baldwin's sigs. When asked if Harbaugh is just as big a douche in real life, Baldwin answered with "no comment." LOL. All of them were very nice despite being bombarded.

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Sorry I never caught up with you SE. Last year was soooo much better. The Pub could not handle it this time around. There was 10 times as many people. They're gonna need a bigger venue next year. It took 5 hours, but I got the sigs for my mini-helmet and got a pic with Doug.

If they do this at the Pub next year I'm not going (unless they bring RW).

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My friend waited five hours to get in... He said the crowd has died off and they are still there hanging with the locals playing shuffle board and signing stuff still!


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Sorry I never caught up with you SE. Last year was soooo much better. The Pub could not handle it this time around. There was 10 times as many people. They're gonna need a bigger venue next year. It took 5 hours, but I got the sigs for my mini-helmet and got a pic with Doug.

If they do this at the Pub next year I'm not going (unless they bring RW).

It's all good... it was a mad house in there. They definitely need a bigger venue.

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