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    Tailgating Forbidden On Super Bowl Sunday
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    Leave em down the block
    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Ward
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    Tailgating Forbidden On Super Bowl Sunday

    Maybe the NFL is being overly cautious.

    Or worse, on their toes for what could be a likely threat. We never know until after the fact if there is something that they are aware of and not public information.


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    Tailgaters, Just Go.

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    That's freakin Un-American!

    What's next a super bowl dress code?

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    "or consuming alcohol within on Dolphins Stadium grounds."

    they are joking on that part right? No beers at the Super Bowl?

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    I heard about that. I was fortunate enough to be at Superbowl XXXIII in Miami and I know how the fans are. My only question is where will they put the 40,000 people they have to arrest.
    They will not keep all these people from grilling burgers...no damn way.

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    If we give up tailgaters, the terrorists have won.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourthWorld
    If we give up tailgaters, the terrorists have won.
    Huh?

    I think they are just trying to keep the drunks away from the stadium.

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    People "will be warned and asked to pick up their things and leave," Fonticella said. "We're trying to make this a pleasant experience for everyone, and there will be plenty to do in the week leading up to the game."

    There is no law prohibiting tailgating outside of the stadium property.
    Technically, there is no law prohibiting that

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    This isn't really new...I think they started this in 2001...
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    That is the dumbest thing ever. I see it as less about safety and more about we want you to have buy our $10 hot dogs and $15 beers. I'm sure they will be serving beer in the stadium, they just don't want you to bring your own.

    football without a tail gate party....{sigh}

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    Actually, this got pretty big coverage down here in Miami. It's more that they are not letting anyone on the grounds of the stadium without a ticket. For regular games, you can go and just tailgate without actually going into the game. Pay your $20 to get into the parking lot, set up shop, and have a great time. They don't want that to happen for the Super Bowl...err, that's a trade marked name, so I mean the Pro Football Championship Game.

    With everything that's going on, I just don't think they want the extra headache of dealing with people who are not there for the game.

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    Well they do consider it a really high risk event.

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    Thanks Allen for the article. It is really sad how much has changed due to the fear of terrorism. I sent my wife off to San Diego today and boy did I get an ear full about her experience getting her carry on baggage items through, even after I printed out 11 pages on what you can and cannot take. Seems it impacts our lives more and more every day.
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