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Should read "I may live in New Jersey but I'm always an a$$hole"

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Let's buy all of them and burn them.

I almost put that exact line in my original post.

We need to not miss the playoffs again. Lou, get on it now!

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This could actually be a fun game to mock Rags fans who live in NJ... 'I may live in New Jersey, but... I'll get it started: 'I may live in NJ, but BROADWAY BRAH!!!! BRIGHT LIGHTS BRAH!!!! 1994 BRAH!!!!! MATTEAU BRAH!!!!'

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We just need to remove 3 letters from the word "Country" and the shirt is perfect.

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We just need to remove 3 letters from the word "Country" and the shirt is perfect.

Also, change 'in' to 'a'.

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New shirt idea: "I may live in the USA, but I'm always in Taliban country"

Edited by David Puddy

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oh man why even post that shirt up.. just another burn to most of us that are already having a hard time dealing

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I may live in New Jersey, but I have no respect for my home, and completely lack any understanding of the concept of community.

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It always amazes me the amount of native New Jerseyans who are Rangers fans. I sort of get the whole "well my parents were Ranger fans"...but no, not really. It only makes sense if you were a transplant, other than that, you're just jumping on the NY team bandwagon. If there was a Jersey football team growing up, I wouldn't be a Giants fan.

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Rangers fans from N.J. - They may live in New Jersey, but they always wish they live in New York.

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Except for the fact that the NYR were on free TV for forty years to establish a fan base in New Jersey, I get your point.

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Rangers fans from new jersey are the lowest fvcking scumbags in sports. I'm not sure if I'd rather shake hands with them or Todd Bertuzzi.

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Except for the fact that the NYR were on free TV for forty years to establish a fan base in New Jersey, I get your point.

When I was but a wee lad of 10 in the early 90s, I randomly stumbled on to a hockey game on TV. My dad was a big sports fan but never showed any interest in hockey. I instantly fell in love with it, and this one player who seemed to stand out a lot more than everyone else on the ice, Brian Leetch. It was a Rangers game on MSG. The Devils? They were behind a paywall on SportsChannel, inaccessible to me. 

Things could have turned out quite differently if the Devils were on what used to be called "basic cable" in the early 90s.... 

 

That being said, I was never one of those "Devils suck!" Rangers fans. When they beat Det. in 95, I thought, "Good for NJ." 

It did get a bit rough from 1998 through the first lockout when the Rangers were absolutely putrid and the Devils were at the peak of their powers, but even then, I never did truly hate the Devils. If anything, it was grudging respect for the competence of Lou as compared to the clown car on fire management of the Rangers. 

My true hate has always been reserved for Philly and Pitts. That's one reason the playoff run this year has been so deeply satisfying. :) 

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What's more shameful about all of this is how many anti-New Jersey jokes Rangers fans make. When they're not crapping on Marty's marital status, they're making New Jersey jokes. All the "go back to your swamp" and "Newark is a sh!thole" and "go back to the jersey shore" jokes, and yet so many of their fans live here.

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I even got into it with a Rangers fan in the men's room at Yankee Stadium during the winter game. He spewed so much anti-Jersey hatred and vitriol and just when the situation escalated between me and him, his friends stepped in, separated us, and told me to relax and not to take him seriously. "He's blackout drunk and also, he's from Jersey too..."

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What's more shameful about all of this is how many anti-New Jersey jokes Rangers fans make. When they're not crapping on Marty's marital status, they're making New Jersey jokes. All the "go back to your swamp" and "Newark is a sh!thole" and "go back to the jersey shore" jokes, and yet so many of their fans live here.

Because they're wanna-be NY'ers. They're the types of a$$holes who when people from out-of-state ask where they're from, they say 'New York'. We need to round these people up, put them on a boat, sail it across the Hudson, and then build a wall around Jersey City and Hoboken to keep them from coming back.

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Because they're wanna-be NY'ers. They're the types of a$$holes who when people from out-of-state ask where they're from, they say 'New York'. We need to round these people up, put them on a boat, sail it across the Hudson, and then build a wall around Jersey City and Hoboken to keep them from coming back.

 

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Because they're wanna-be NY'ers. They're the types of a$$holes who when people from out-of-state ask where they're from, they say 'New York'. We need to round these people up, put them on a boat, sail it across the Hudson, and then build a wall around Jersey City and Hoboken to keep them from coming back.

 

But still, that doesn't explain the Central Jersey or even South Jersey... Like the douches that were in Seaside or Belmar for that Rangers rally last round?? Or even some dudes in Toms River that I know who are Rangers fans? I don't unerstand... And likely won't understand anytime soon considering the immeasurable harm this playoffs run is doing to our fanbase lol

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But still, that doesn't explain the Central Jersey or even South Jersey... Like the douches that were in Seaside or Belmar for that Rangers rally last round?? Or even some dudes in Toms River that I know who are Rangers fans? I don't unerstand... And likely won't understand anytime soon considering the immeasurable harm this playoffs run is doing to our fanbase lol

 

This is what happens when you have over 20 years of ownership who refused to market the team (McMullen and YankeeNets because Lou was mostly left in charge of them) and almost 10 years of ownership who didn't have the funds to market the team (JVB)

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