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  • George
    ***** OK, you re on the honor system here ... so some of you are ineligible! But for the rest of you, without looking at any references, can you get this one?
    Message 1 of 3 , May 27 12:53 PM
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      ***** OK, you're on the honor system here ... so some of you are ineligible! But for the rest of you, without looking at any references, can you get this one?

      The Patriots have had 6 stadiums as their home field for at least a full season during their history. Name them.



      George
       R.I.P. Ostend
    • Ed Bryant
      Someone once rewrote Student Demonstration Time, a Beach Boys song, and forgettable, not realizing I was actually re re writing There s a Riot Goin On Down In
      Message 2 of 3 , May 30 4:12 PM
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        Someone once rewrote Student Demonstration Time, a Beach Boys song, and forgettable, not realizing I was actually re re writing There's a Riot Goin On Down In Cell Block Number 9, although by now, obviously, my ignorance has been repaired:  It started out at Braves Field, later on at Fenway Park.  Braves Field in 1960 was called Boston University Stadium or Nickerson Field, but in its most glorious time it housed MLB, the game with the bat and the seven guys just standing around.  There is "bonus coverage" on the 2001 DVD's showing Gino making some catches in right field at Fenway Park of which Dwight Evans would have been proud.  The good rich people of Chestnut Hill hated having AFL fans parking and peeing in their exclusive neighborhood around Boston College, which may be why C H residents Jeff Lurie and Bob Kraft both sell their pigskin product elsewhere.  Evicted from BC, BC alumnus Billy Sullivan took the show from Chestnut Hill two miles to Brighton, Soldiers Field, property of Harvard University, and a replica on the Roman Coliseum, appropriate enough for the team of Romeo and Cappelletti, since Verona was unavailable (if not for Romeo 2 and Roman, later on).  Harvard didn't much like hosting the AFL either, and the merger was coming, until six or seven dollars was scrounged together to build home #5, Schaefer t/k/a Sullivan f/k/a Foxboro Stadium.  Although home 5 was humble, it kept football in NE long enough for success to come, but with success, the New England Patriots now play on Thursday nights before a live studio audience!  We get home at three or four from CMGI /m/k/a Gillette Stadium, but no one's complaining except the Colts!

        George <patswingr@...> wrote:

        ***** OK, you're on the honor system here ... so some of you are ineligible! But for the rest of you, without looking at any references, can you get this one?

        The Patriots have had 6 stadiums as their home field for at least a full season during their history. Name them.



        George
         R.I.P. Ostend


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      • George
        ***** Ask him what time it is, and he tells you how to build a watch! :-) But you are correct, Ed. Now I leave it to the rest of you to find the actual answers
        Message 3 of 3 , May 31 7:40 AM
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          ***** Ask him what time it is, and he tells you how to build a watch! :-) But you are correct, Ed. Now I leave it to the rest of you to find the actual answers within Ed's rambling narrative! :-)
           
          George

          Ed Bryant <edbryant36@...> wrote:
          Someone once rewrote Student Demonstration Time, a Beach Boys song, and forgettable, not realizing I was actually re re writing There's a Riot Goin On Down In Cell Block Number 9, although by now, obviously, my ignorance has been repaired:  It started out at Braves Field, later on at Fenway Park.  Braves Field in 1960 was called Boston University Stadium or Nickerson Field, but in its most glorious time it housed MLB, the game with the bat and the seven guys just standing around.  There is "bonus coverage" on the 2001 DVD's showing Gino making some catches in right field at Fenway Park of which Dwight Evans would have been proud.  The good rich people of Chestnut Hill hated having AFL fans parking and peeing in their exclusive neighborhood around Boston College, which may be why C H residents Jeff Lurie and Bob Kraft both sell their pigskin product elsewhere.  Evicted from BC, BC alumnus Billy Sullivan took the show from Chestnut Hill two miles to Brighton, Soldiers Field, property of Harvard University, and a replica on the Roman Coliseum, appropriate enough for the team of Romeo and Cappelletti, since Verona was unavailable (if not for Romeo 2 and Roman, later on).  Harvard didn't much like hosting the AFL either, and the merger was coming, until six or seven dollars was scrounged together to build home #5, Schaefer t/k/a Sullivan f/k/a Foxboro Stadium.  Although home 5 was humble, it kept football in NE long enough for success to come, but with success, the New England Patriots now play on Thursday nights before a live studio audience!  We get home at three or four from CMGI /m/k/a Gillette Stadium, but no one's complaining except the Colts!

          George <patswingr@...> wrote:

          ***** OK, you're on the honor system here ... so some of you are ineligible! But for the rest of you, without looking at any references, can you get this one?

          The Patriots have had 6 stadiums as their home field for at least a full season during their history. Name them.



          George
           R.I.P. Ostend


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