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Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
08-26-2015, 11:49 AM,
Post: #61
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
Just found the "Block" feature on that board. He fit in nicely!
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08-26-2015, 11:54 AM,
Post: #62
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.
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08-26-2015, 12:14 PM,
Post: #63
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.

Except...you know...its is...
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08-26-2015, 12:17 PM,
Post: #64
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]
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08-26-2015, 12:25 PM,
Post: #65
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:17 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]

And "one of the programs I claim to care about" let it happen. So you should be directing your anger at them.
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08-26-2015, 12:33 PM,
Post: #66
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:25 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:17 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]

And "one of the programs I claim to care about" let it happen. So you should be directing your anger at them.

Anger? Where are you getting anger? Please don't project onto me man. 

Please explain how the transfer of control of the Q is the fault of people who had NO say in the matter. You're coming off as a contrarian who simply wants to strike a dissonant chord without addressing the reasoning behind your commentary.
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08-26-2015, 12:51 PM,
Post: #67
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:33 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:25 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:17 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 05:17 AM)k5james Wrote: You can "highly doubt" all you want it doesn't make it any less true...

Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]

And "one of the programs I claim to care about" let it happen. So you should be directing your anger at them.

Anger? Where are you getting anger? Please don't project onto me man. 

Please explain how the transfer of control of the Q is the fault of people who had NO say in the matter. You're coming off as a contrarian who simply wants to strike a dissonant chord without addressing the reasoning behind your commentary.

San Diego State has to step up their bargaining chips. Even the lowly Mountain West didn't see enough value in SDSU to offer them a TV deal, but they busted their ass for Boise State despite SDSU being a founding member.

I feel that the SDSU brass needs to boss up and stop settling for the victim role. It seems like everyone and their grandmother has a hand in trying to screw the university over, and they do nothing but lay in the fetal position. And the fan base (generally speaking) do nothing but bitch about it.
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08-26-2015, 12:57 PM,
Post: #68
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:51 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:33 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:25 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:17 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote: Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]

And "one of the programs I claim to care about" let it happen. So you should be directing your anger at them.

Anger? Where are you getting anger? Please don't project onto me man. 

Please explain how the transfer of control of the Q is the fault of people who had NO say in the matter. You're coming off as a contrarian who simply wants to strike a dissonant chord without addressing the reasoning behind your commentary.

San Diego State has to step up their bargaining chips. Even the lowly Mountain West didn't see enough value in SDSU to offer them a TV deal, but they busted their ass for Boise State despite SDSU being a founding member.

I feel that the SDSU brass needs to boss up and stop settling for the victim role. It seems like everyone and their grandmother has a hand in trying to screw the university over, and they do nothing but lay in the fetal position. And the fan base (generally speaking) do nothing but bitch about it.
Way to completely skirt the question.
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08-26-2015, 01:32 PM,
Post: #69
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:51 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:33 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:25 PM)USDfan Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 12:17 PM)AztecSU Wrote:
(08-26-2015, 11:54 AM)USDfan Wrote: Doesn't make it any less false.
There was no negotiation back on 04', when the Padres left, from what I can tell. Operational control seems to have been simply handed to the Chargers to the detriment of a one of the programs you claim to care about. 


[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]"The problem is that the Aztecs don’t really “share” Qualcomm Stadium with the Chargers. SDSU has played 61 home games at the Q before more than 1 million people since 2004, and it got no revenue from parking, concessions or in-stadium advertising from all that exposure. The Chargers have controlled exclusive signage and advertising rights since the Padres left in 2004, along with access to most of the luxury suites."[/font]

[fon‌t=Georgia, serif]http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/2015/may/20/sdsu-football-stadium-CSAG-Chargers-rent/[/font]

And "one of the programs I claim to care about" let it happen. So you should be directing your anger at them.

Anger? Where are you getting anger? Please don't project onto me man. 

Please explain how the transfer of control of the Q is the fault of people who had NO say in the matter. You're coming off as a contrarian who simply wants to strike a dissonant chord without addressing the reasoning behind your commentary.

San Diego State has to step up their bargaining chips. Even the lowly Mountain West didn't see enough value in SDSU to offer them a TV deal, but they busted their ass for Boise State despite SDSU being a founding member.

I feel that the SDSU brass needs to boss up and stop settling for the victim role. It seems like everyone and their grandmother has a hand in trying to screw the university over, and they do nothing but lay in the fetal position. And the fan base (generally speaking) do nothing but bitch about it.

That shows how clueless you are.  Better to bow out of a conversation than continue to show your ignorance.

What incentive was there for the MWC/CBS to negotiate with SDSU when they essentially were left with either going independent or to the MWC?

By bending over for Boise the MWC got back Boise AND SDSU.  By allowing Boise to be exempt from the TV contract CBS got Boise road games and the most valuable member of the conference for nothing.
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08-26-2015, 01:33 PM,
Post: #70
RE: Boom Goes Dynamite - Sterk 1090
(08-26-2015, 12:51 PM)USDfan Wrote: San Diego State has to step up their bargaining chips. Even the lowly Mountain West didn't see enough value in SDSU to offer them a TV deal, but they busted their ass for Boise State despite SDSU being a founding member.

So you think the reason ESPN paid to get Boise home games and not SDSU home games is because SDSU doesn't negotiate well with the MWC?
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