So who is bummed about the lockout? II
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10-27-2012, 01:43 PM
Join Date: Oct 2007
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Actually came to my mind. When there are many ideas how to protest against the lockout, but they somehow don't seem work very well.
And don't know if there are some local businesses that already are suffering this? You know better. But wouldn't it be cool if a bunch of fans could gather ..and let's say if there WAS a scheduled game.. they decide to go together like some bar / restaurant ..where they normally go before or after the games. Just grab a couple of beers / sodas / food. And have a good time. It's like positive manifestation. We are here together. We support you guys.
No NHL sweaters at all or anything, but large enough bunch of people is needed that it could be seen. Too bad can't do it from here, but just an idea..
Tom Reid's is DEAD when there's no Wild games. They even tried to get people in the door by becoming a U of Nebraska bar, but there's barely anyone there during Nebraska football games, either. I try to go to Reid's when I'm downtown because places like McGovern's, Liffey, etc. don't suffer nearly as much without Wild traffic. I've read that Eagle Street is struggling too, but I've only been there a couple times so I can't speak to that from experience.
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