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This post was edited by highsnap 17 months ago
I've done its few times. I wore a hat and shirt to field meetings with Jefferson Parish Engineering and Street department officials within a week of 21-0.
True story, I'm walking streets a day or so later after that meeting. Its me (still in Bama gear), a Jefferson inspector, and a guy wearing a San Francisco 49ers hat (a couple days after knocking the Saints out of the playoffs. At some point earky the inspector said "Y'all need to walk on the other side of the street. I don't want to get hit by any crossfire."
Fantastic OP! Funny on so many levels.
This post was edited by stivcee 17 months ago
Why are they so mad, their coach said Death Valley is where dreams go to die
About to find out how Aggie fans treat me. In Texas now.
So true. Especially if you are a Bama fan that works at LSU. Sometimes eating out around the city I wonder if my food is "doctored"
I travel to Baton Rouge quite often. Always in my Bama gear. It's how you present yourself. I look straight at them and and don't look away. Never had a problem. Any comments are always answer with a "Roll Tide".
I kept my eyes on the barista the whole time just for this purpose :)
I have to go to Baton Rouge a lot. I get pretty mixed reactions most times. It's usually the younger students that are the worst.
I live in Laplace La and wear tide gear year round @ work, home and play and they dont like it also go to church in BR.
This post was edited by moseha 17 months ago
just give them the Blake Sims "Suck it" gesture if they say anything or look at you funny.
I'm not gonna lie. I take my hat off when I go into restaurants.
I never take my Bama stuff off around Shreveport. Caught some grief at times, but not since January. Wearing Bama stuff at an LSU-affiliated place of employment is fun. They were almost as distraught that aTm beat us as we were - they were once again reminded of what could've been if not for The Death Valley Drive.
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