June 2007

New Orleans Saints tickets

updated April 19, 2014by June 29, 2007

 A weird though occured to me as I was looking over my New Orleans Saints tickets. Not a single player wearing Black and Gold has been arrested in my recent memory. What does this mean? My Saints tickets have every chance of delivering full value. No missing D-Linemen (ala Tank Johnson) no missing cornerbacks (see […]

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Elton John Tickets

updated April 19, 2014by June 28, 2007

What happens when the king of excess plays the city of flash? You create Elton John tickets at Caesers Palace. Sooner or later every musician of long standing will find their way to Las Vegas it seems. For Elton John, performing in a city that prides itself on flashy entertainment, sparkling lights, and massive overdoses […]

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Florida State Seminoles Tickets – Banging With Bowden

updated July 4, 2014by June 27, 2007

  [maxbutton id=”141″]     Bobby Bowden doesn’t look like he’s fooling around. After dumping unproductive staff the outlook for Florida State Seminoles tickets is on the rise. How is he doing it? By tearing up the depth charts and picking the meanest players on the squad to take over. In recent years the Seminoles […]

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MLB Tickets, Bears Tickets, and other stuff

updated April 19, 2014by June 27, 2007

Fans thinking about MLB tickets may want to check their schedules to see when the San Diego Padres might be coming to town. Pitcher Chris Young is developing into one of the more intimidating gunslingers around. At 6′-10″high, he certainly towers over most of his peers. But the fact that opposing batters are hitting .191 […]

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MLB All Star Game Tickets

updated July 4, 2014by June 26, 2007

    [maxbutton id=”131″]   Just a quick reminder that the 2007 MLB All Star Game is coming up quickly. The game itself is scheduled for July 10 in San Francisco. Big time MLB fans will remember that the American League has been on a tear the last few years, earning not only World Series […]

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