Reliant Stadium faithful nostalgic for Bud Adams

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    Dear Fan,

    We are letting all members of TexansTalk.com that we have put up a petition (polite request) to the Texans to bring back the old Dome scoreboard to Reliant stadium (displaying the old snorting bull and 6 gun shooting texan with effects on the new jumbotron that is) . Many feel this would bring back some Houston tradition, add personality, and nostalgia to our stadium and football, as this was a mainstay after every Oilers and Astros score in the old Dome (until Bud Adams took it away that is). The Astros have continued this tradition at Minute Maid by mocking up the old board on their jumbotron and we wish that the Texans would follow. If enough fans show interest and sign the petition we will make a formal request to the team.

    Here is the url to the petition http://www.petitiononline.com/texans06/petition.html

    If you feel this is a good idea please take a minute to sign. Thank you! Go Texans!

    Sincerely,

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    ps- mekooh it good!
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    Hey guys, I've got an idea... I think we should get a petition together to Bud Adams to make LP chop down 10,000 trees and run off 80,000 "LUV YA BLUE" signs so we can get a sense of Oiler tradition at LP.

    What-aya say guys?
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    The Oilers history might belong to the Titans, but the Oilers traditions belong to Houston.
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    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    at least we have brought
    back one Houston tradition
    in the past few years.

    Chronic losing.

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