“We’re aware of his visit”

The POTUS, the Secret Service, Atlanta police and a national championship crowd from Alabama and Georgia… gee, what could possibly go wrong?

I’m starting to think I need to take Monday off.  It may take all day to work my way through the shitstorm to get inside and watch the game.

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UPDATE:  The White House can neither confirm or deny.

CFP executive director Bill Hancock has spoken with White House officials, but the White House has not confirmed that President Donald Trump will be in attendance at the national championship. “We have met with an advance team consisting of folks from the White House, Secret Service and FBI who were analyzing the logistics for a possible visit by the president of the United States,” Hancock said. “As far as any details of a visit, those will have to come from the White House. They asked us not to talk about details, which of course you never talk about details of security. But there are ways. We have not received official word from the White House that he is coming, but we have met with a logistics team, so they’re clearly making plans.” Hancock said stadium gates will open at 5:30 ET and Atlanta police have encouraged fans to get downtown early.

By all means, let’s make this a down to the wire decision.

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UPDATE #2:  Jeebus.

“Please please execute the highest regard and greatest level of common sense. We CANNOT have folks continuing to bring guns and leaving them in their cars,” Chief Erika Shields said at a multi-agency news conference Thursday on preparations.

Maybe somebody needs to think about printing “I Survived The 2018 CFP Championship Game” t-shirts.

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  1. Tim in Sav

    But of course, if it was Obama everything would be fine.

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    • But of course, if you could keep your head out of your ass for even a moment, you’d realize my post was about logistics and not politics.

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      • Tim in Sav

        But of course it was Senator

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      • It’s the dunning-Kruger effect. He lacks the very skills it takes to realize his heads up his own ass so he sees no need to extricate it.

        I will say that while I’ve never desired to be in the same room with that treasonous, incompetent, con man, buffoon, (I could go on) the last time we won this thing Jimmy Carter was in the building so there’s that.

        Carter was three weeks from the end of his presidency and had a connection.

        Clinton went to an arky natty game because of the connection.

        Obama, Reagan and the Bushes had shit to do.

        Trump’s connection? He needs the applause. Besides everybody wants trump away from the WH as much as possible and he’s compliant with those wishes. One out of three days on a trump property. What dedication to the job! If you don’t know this guy’s a fucktard, it’s because you’re fucktarded.

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        • So you’re saying The Donald may be three weeks from the end of his charade?

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          • If he didn’t need a pardon power I sincerely believe he would have already declared victory and passed the torch to mike.

            He liked the idea of this. The reality of it is not so much fun.

            He’s using the position either for a string of pardons and/or a negotiation. The art of the deal: “I’ll go home if I don’t go to prison and get to keep all my ill gotten shit and my family stays out too. Otherwise I pardon everyone including me and it’ll be shitstorm for years.”

            I think both sides would take that deal.

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            • Chris

              You also sincerely believed in Muh Russia, how’d that work out for you?

              I most admit, your persistence for the resistance is strong. Can’t wait for all the winning to finally break your back. A great America includes all Americans.

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              • I guess I’ll just have to agree with Mr. Conservative, White Nationalist, America Firster Steve Bannon on this:

                “The three senior guys in the campaign thought it was a good idea to meet with a foreign government inside Trump Tower in the conference room on the 25th floor.
                Even if you thought that this was not treasonous, or unpatriotic, or bad shit, and I happen to think it’s all of that, you should have called the FBI immediately.”

                Most patriots would agree. I know you don’t.

                Traitor. Trump over country. You should be so proud. Traitor.

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                • Napoleon BonerFart

                  Good points. Bannon was, is, and always will be a fan of Trump. Getting fired never changes one’s allegiances. But it’s about the appearance of impropriety. Hillary took millions in Russian nuclear dollars for a uranium deal and that’s cool. Trump’s campaign staff met with Russians to discuss exposing Hillary’s crimes, which is obviously a capital offense.

                  By the way, I would be careful criticizing Dear Leader. By the standards of your own heroes like FDR and Lincoln, you’re a candidate for Gitmo.

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                  • And they didn’t contact the FBI because????

                    Seemed to me that Il Douche and Bannon we’re 2 peas in a pod until this quote but maybe you’ll show me where there was light between them before Bannon told the truth:

                    Meeting with Russians trying to interfere with an american election is treasonous, unpatriotic and bad shit.

                    The uranium deal is bs. Look into it. None of the uranium is allowed to leave the US. None. Multiple agencies approved the sale.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      Still more pissed about getting evidence of HIllary’s crimes than the crimes themselves? Not surprised.

                      You want evidence that Trump and Bannon aren’t BFFs? How about the fact that Trump fired him? Does that count?

                      Yes. Multiple agencies, under supervision of Hillary, approved the sale. The fact that Hillary was paid millions in Russian nuclear dollars is just coincidence. Nothing to see here. Let’s worry about Trump’s campaign staff trying to expose Hillary’s crimes. That’s the threat to American democracy. As long as politicians can take millions from foreign governments for doing nothing (wink, wink), we’re just fine.

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                    • Bannon left in August of last year. Trump and Bannon remained allied until yesterday’s quote.

                      Fired? They had a different tale then:

                      “White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed Bannon’s departure, but claimed the decision for him to leave was mutual.
                      “White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day. We are grateful for his service and wish him the best,” Sanders said in a statement.”

                      If you couldn’t create your own reality you wouldn’t be such an idiot.

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                    • Rusdawg

                      You do know that H. Clinton was only in charge of one Department, right? Department of State? Right?

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      I’m not surprised that you believe government PR that being given the option to resign is much different than being fired. It’s adorable.

                      FWIW, CNN, the Washington Post, and every other media outlet reported that Bannon was fired. Are those sources delusional for not believing Trump?

                      Enjoy your last days of Christmas vacation. Middle school starts back up soon. I hope your mother lets you stay up Monday night to watch the game.

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                    • Dude they lie so much who knows? What is true is that the WH said he departed on mutual terms at the time. Now that he’s telling the truth, the WH changes their story to make it seem as though he’s disgruntled.

                      I also understand that they are threatening him with lawyers because he signed non-disclosure and non-disparagement agreements all of which are apparently required to be in Il Douche’s presence because transparency is bad for business. All 3 wives signed them.

                      Do you think Michelle or Hillary or Nancy or Barbara or anyone else in their President’s circles ever signed such things? Nope. Why does he insist? Because he’s a piece of shit and he doesn’t want the world to know about it.

                      Can’t let the rubes in on the truth.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      Russdawg, Hillary did lead the State Department. She also appointed a representative on the Committee on Foreign Investment, which approved the deal. Thus, she held great sway over whether her Russian benefactors would get the business deal they were after. Nothing wrong with that, amirite?

                      FWIW, exactly how corrupt are politicians allowed to be before it’s a problem? Obviously getting millions in Russian nuclear money isn’t a big deal. Would getting billions be a big deal? Is Trump’s discussing getting dirt on Hillary a big deal only because he didn’t pay for it, like Hillary did? I’m just curious.

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                    • simpl_matter

                      The Uranium One saga is absolute bullshit. They scandalized Clinton by parlaying Benghazi into an email scandal. Now they are going back to the well to deflect and redirect attention from the numerous fires burning around Der Leader.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart.

                      The vast right wing conspiracy strikes again? It’s amazing how adept they are at inventing crimes that the Clintons committed. It’s almost like the Clintons are cooperating by committing lots of crimes for them to uncover.

                      Sure, Trump is doing dumb things. It just doesn’t look like he’s committing crimes, no matter how badly the left wants it to be true.

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                  • You know you uranium zealots really should study the Facts of what went down. Then again, lotta people are into alternative facts since the sham in November.

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                    • Cojones

                      Glad you mentioned that since the company involved was Canadian and the Clinton Foundation owned 20%. The deal was totally scrutinized by the Senate and the House who had their committee folks sign off on the deal. Reviewed by all portions of our govt and was a straightforward between a Canadian Co and Russia.

                      Nothing to see here folks and most Republicans know this while they try to associate Clinton with scary nuclear hobgoblins to scare the ignorant into voting against her and turn their propaganda machine, a.k.a. Fox Propaganda, Inc., loose on her and now on Mueller. Nice patriots who are thinking only of our country, eh?

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart.

                      So, since Clinton only owned a minority stake and other politicians excused her business deal with the Russians, there can’t be any corruption? Hokay.

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                • AthensHomerDawg

                  Goodness Da’Rek quotes Bannon. The earth is officially flat now.

                  “There’s nothing to the Russia investigation,” he said, appearing to become visibly agitated by the question. “It’s a waste of time.”

                  “Look. I was there. It’s a total and complete farce. Russian collusion is a farce.”

                  Rose pressed, asking Bannon if he thought the Russians tried to influence the election.

                  “Maybe something they did at the DNC,” he responded half-heartedly. “It’s far from conclusive that the Russians had any impact on this election.”

                  Mr. Conservative, White Nationalist, America Firster Steve Bannon

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                  • Trump’s appointed and current CIA director agrees with the intelligence assessment that the russians tried to influence the election.

                    The email Don Jr. responded to with “I love it” said Russia was backing his dad and offered to help.

                    It’s treasonous, unpatriotic and bad shit.

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                  • BTW: The whole spelling the name differently is so awesomely third grade-ish. Your proudly stupid AND immature. Quite the two-fer.

                    What is “Da’Rek” supposed to suggest exactly? Just curious. You clearly think it’s cute so what are you getting at?

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                    • AthensHomerDawg

                      Thaz rich ….. you’re calling me immature. lol.

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                    • I did “homodawg” snicker snicker Get it? That’s just said and uncreative but it’s clear what I mean.

                      Which gets me back to that you didn’t answer the question. Why De’Rek?

                      Can your 2nd grade mind answer the damn question?

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              • ALL THE WINNING! I sure feel like a “Winner” knowing the rest of the civilized World views the U.S. as a inept circus.

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      • dawgtired

        So Wow! The incredible list continues. I know you are bummed about the traffic and not too giddy about Trump but wow!…a visit and win in South Bend, a win in Atlanta for the SEC Champ game, a visit and crazy win at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, now a return trip to Atlanta for a US President attended Natty against our coaches mentor and a chance to defeat the dynasty-team of this decade! That’s some list.

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        • ChiliDawg

          Trump attending would literally ruin it for me. I want that piece of shit far away from anything I love. Only a selfish prick on the magnitude of that asshole would fuck over logistics for both fan bases so he could sit in a sky booth hoping for some applause for himself.

          Hopefully the pig chokes on one or his four big Macs and can’t make the trip.

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      • Captain Obvious

        Senator, how was the traffic and the lines getting into the stadium when President Nixon attended the 1969 showdown between Texas and Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas?

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    • cali_dawg

      I mean, regardless of your political affiliation, at least Obama was a sports guy. He would offer insightful comments on Super Bowl projections, and could fill out a March Madness bracket with some authority. I’d be surprised if Trump knew what a linebacker was, or if he could name a single Bama or UGA player by name.

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  2. Nate Dawg

    Some folks worried about Kendrick Lamar, the (unnecessary) half time entertainment, making a political statement now too. At least on LeBatards show…
    Breaking news: the Senator works…wha…??
    Haha!

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    • Again, it ain’t about the politics. It’s going to be a ginormous PITA getting in and out of there.

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      • 83Dawg

        My second wife was kind of an enormous PITA getting into and out of.

        We had twins, one of which I will watch the game with, and the other is a killer student.

        So just get in and out of there, and have fun 8-).

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      • Debby Balcer

        Having attended an Air Force Academy graduation where the President spoke. You are right. Traffic will be horrendous. Screening takes a lot of tme. Leave early and plan to stand around waiting. Take as little as possible with you.

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      • Eldawg

        I’m with you Senator. Getting into the Rose Bowl was a royal pain, can only imagine if POTUS was attending.

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    • cali_dawg

      And why is Kendrick Lamar performing at halftime unnecessary?

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      • CPark58

        I’m think he meant because, unlike pro teams, both teams have bands that will be in attendance and don’t need other half time entertainment.

        But I’m sure a vast majority of the old white guys who can afford the $3k/Ticket will be riveted by K Dot while the viewers at home get up to grab another beer and go to the bathroom.

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        • cali_dawg

          He’s the best hip hop artist alive right now, and that’s exciting for players, recruits, and most folks under 35. The old white guy crowd will get plenty of Sweet Caroline next season back in Sanford.

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          • Skeeter

            I’m white and gettin’ kind of old and I hate Sweet Caroline and the crappy “upgraded” overdriven speakers at Sanford. Just let the Redcoats play.

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        • Russ

          I feel the same way about K Dot as I do about the Stones, Celine Dion, or whoever the latest “country” star is. None of them are needed to entertain at a college football game. I’m pretty sure I saw two excellent bands at halftime in the Rose Bowl and all the kids survived somehow.

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      • Ben

        Because he’s an outspoken black man who is a threat to the good ol’ boy network that feels an entitlement to all things football and southern.

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        • CPark58

          The fact that both schools have a band that can perform making the super duper hip hop halftime show unnecessary is the point at hand. A well coordinated marching band performance with new music is far more engaging for everyone than a polarizing performance from one genre, whether it be UGA, Bama, Maine State or Grambling State. People seem to love Jason Aldean but his performance would be just as shrug inspiring to the same old white guys who undoubtedly don’t subscribe to his brand of bro-country. But feel free to make it about the good ol’ boys vs the outspoken black man.

          The at home crowd probably won’t give a damn about the halftime show either way but who knows.

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          • 83Dawg

            Wait, we have the Million Dollar Band and the Georgia Redcoats in the same building?

            Let’s hire someone else to play!

            What could possibly go wrong?

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        • Tim in Sav

          Why does it make a difference that he’s “an outspoken Black man”?

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  3. Bulldog Joe

    It’s a good omen.

    President Carter was in the building the last time we won it all.

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  4. Normaltown Mike

    I’ll take your tickets Senator.

    Face value sound ok?

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    • Not even this zoo could keep me away. I’m just wondering how early I’ll need to get down there.

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      • AusDawg85

        Leave now and you’ll catch the 2nd half kickoff.

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      • My thinking is he comes in late and leaves early. I’m not sure we’ll even notice it other than the obligatory introduction.

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        • You’re forgetting about all the assholes who are going to show up to protest or support Trump. They’re not coming late.

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          • CPark58

            Don’t forget the counter protester assholes.

            That actually may be how I get a ticket. Hang around and buy it from a gump getting carted to jail for fighting a protester. Do any of you lawyer types know what bail amount is for assault and battery in Atlanta?

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          • Yeah, I had. Cant imagine its worth the effort, but we’ll see.

            His ego needs adulation and we’ll pay the price.

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          • Bulldog Joe

            No doubt the Sanford Stadium proselytizers will be there too, along with the CNN army from down the street. Also, several paths are blocked due to the dome demolition next door.

            Gates open at 5:30pm and there are plenty of places in the new place for reasonably-priced food and drink.

            My advice is to get there early and keep the main thing the main thing.

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        • Don in Mar-a-Lago

          In the Arena Bitches. It’s Show Time!

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        • doofusdawg

          You will notice it by the standing ovation. Hate it for you.
          As far as logistics it will suck as with all presidential and vp visits. Go early and stay late you lucky dawgs.

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  5. I’ll go ahead and make a political statement: Given the almost impossible symmetry and beauty of all that has unfolded this season, that orange buffoon wandering into a winning Dawgs’ locker room Monday nite would be the ONE stain. In fact, UGa should have a school rep meet him out in the hall and have him wait for the team there.

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  6. aladawg

    OMG. After the lines, security, tunnels and leaving almost 2 hours prior to game time and struggling to see the pre game, we don’t need this. What time do gates open?

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  7. PTC DAWG

    I doubt he uses the regular gate.

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  8. CPark58

    I certainly understand the emotional stress and/or physical nausea many will feel. Because I am a human and I can empathize with other human feelings, I am willing to put aside politics and will purchase any tickets from anyone that can’t endure being under the same roof as the POTUS for $100 over face value PLUS a ticket to a safe space watch party in South Georgia. If you do attend the watch party, though its a good group, I’d remember your grandmother’s advice and never talk religion or politics in mixed company.

    In all seriousness, this will make the logistics surrounding the game, which were guaranteed to be a pain in the ass, exponentially worse. However it does serve as a small consolation prize for not going.

    On a side note, If someone can print about 40k Crimson or Red “Make America Great Again” hats with the Bama “A” and/or the Georgia “G” they will make a mint as Trump is beloved leader by many a SEC football fan. You might even sell out before the inevitable cease and desist letter from UGA finds you (Alabama may be ok with it as long as you cut them in).

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    • cali_dawg

      Nicely put.

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    • Don in Mar-a-Lago

      The Flat Bill Cap high-profile fit and a green under-visor make this cap a classic with an added pop of color. A different kind of family. A different kind of hat.

      “The ultimate Rule 5 Initial Appearance hat,”
      Buy two get one “free” (meaning free plus shipping and handling)

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      • Got Cowdog

        Hey, Isn’t that the same deal you get on “Trumpy Bear?”

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        • Don in Mar-a-Lago

          Not quite. Trumpy Bear is a plush 22″ bear with an attached 28″ by 30″ flag themed blanket. $39.90 plus $6.95 shipping. Trumpy has a zippered neck where the flag blanket is stored. Texas residents will be charged sales tax at the rate of 8.25%- all other states are neither collected nor remitted. There is a 30 day money back guarantee which you should not bet your life on. My MAGA hats have no blanket storage although blankets are typically provided free of charge at all federal holding facilities and FEMA death camps.

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          • Got Cowdog

            How about a test drive? Mrs. Cowdog’s Shih-tzu has a NSFW relationship with a Care Bear that is starting to show it’s age. We were hoping he might “go republican” so to speak.

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  9. Chris

    MAGA respects the M-UGA-GA process!

    Still not tired of all the winning! No naps for this team this year.

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  10. AthensHomerDawg

    Well good luck Senator. Besides I wouldn’t do a closing on a Monday. Navigating that will be hell.
    What could go wrong? Well at least it is in a dome.

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  11. Chickamona

    Has anyone downloaded their tickets yet to their phones? And if so, does yours have a barcode/scan code on it already? Just a little confused as I downloaded mine and there is already some scan code on it even though they say on the website that the barcodes will be put on the tickets on January 6th. So, unclear if this is some other code or if they already added them.

    I have a feeling there are going to be a lot of confused people at the door dealing with these mobile tix. Between this and the president, I’m gonna get there really early.

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  12. W Cobb Dawg

    Um, isn’t our legislature in favor of allowing weapons at cfb games? I guess this would be a good test case to see if the theory about having every attendee armed to the teeth actually improves safety.

    And due to the cold weather/in lieu of a tailgate, may I suggest a Monday afternoon gun show at the GA convention center? No i.d. necessary, of course.

    “What could possibly go wrong”, indeed.

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    • Napoleon BonerFart

      The law allows carrying concealed guns on public university campuses during tailgating. We still can’t carry inside the stadium. This has been the law all season and the MSM has covered up all the gunfights that have occurred during tailgating.

      Mercedes-Benz Stadium also prohibits carrying weapons in the stadium. But obviously all those guns left in cars could become self-aware and start taking people out Terminator-style. That’s why it’s best to leave guns in safes at home buried under 15 feet of concrete.

      The police should be the only ones armed in our society. That way, nobody gets hurt. 😉

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      • Rusdawg

        GeorgiaCarry would disagree with your interpretation of the law, and I, for one would actually agree with them. OCGA 16-11-127 was very clearly amended in 2014 to allow PRIVATE property owners to prohibit guns on their property. Governments can prohibit guns only when there is a government office in that government building. Government building is defined as the parts of a building in which a government entity is housed and has offices, effectively. Last time I checked, the MBS does not have any such offices but is owned by the government and is, thus, not private. The NFL and MBS have probably been violating state law since it opened.

        (c) A license holder or person recognized under subsection (e) of Code Section 16-11-126 shall be authorized to carry a weapon as provided in Code Section 16-11-135 and in every location in this state not listed in subsection (b) or prohibited by subsection (e) of this Code section; provided, however, that private property owners or persons in legal control of private property through a lease, rental agreement, licensing agreement, contract, or any other agreement to control access to such private property shall have the right to exclude or eject a person who is in possession of a weapon or long gun on their private property in accordance with paragraph (3) of subsection (b) of Code Section 16-7-21, except as provided in Code Section 16-11-135. A violation of subsection (b) of this Code section shall not create or give rise to a civil action for damages.

        Ga. Code Ann. § 16-11-127 (West)

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        • Napoleon BonerFart

          Interesting interpretation. I wasn’t aware of the public/private specifics on the new stadium. I hope the courts uphold it.

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  13. Russ

    This sounds like it has the potential to be worse than entry into the Rose Bowl. Once I finally got in to my seat, I damned sure didn’t leave again until the Dawgs finally left the field.

    If I was going to this game, I do think I’d just be there at 5:30 or earlier and hang out inside the Benz for the next 6+ hours or how ever long it goes.

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    • Got Cowdog

      I’m going to the farm to watch it with Got Sr. That’s where I was when they won the first one, only fitting that’s where I be when they win this one. Typically, there is a firearm or two behind the seat and there will definitely be cold, refreshing, malt beverages.

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  14. Don in Mar-a-Lago

    All Dawgs go to Heaven. Except this one.

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  15. No One Knows You're a Dawg

    Hate the circus it will be, but look at it this way:

    The last time a deeply unpopular president showed up to watch the Dawgs play for a national championship, we won!

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  16. This thread is a fucking disaster.

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  17. Uglydawg

    We just won the biggest game in a thousand years and now this?
    Tuesday we all loved each other.
    Bluto, you triggered a shitstorm.
    Of course, no one has to read or post.
    BUT..if he comes, I hope he sits right between Chili and Derek.
    They will all be toasting the Dawgs together and exchanging phone numbers if we win..slapping backs and laughing about how all of the animosity has just been a big misunderstanding. Chili will leave with a MAGA hat on and Trump will invite him and Derek to golf in Scotland.
    This Dawg team can do anything!

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  18. They should tell the Secret Service not to worry about all the guns in the cars. Just about everyone has a gun in their car in Georgia, but that’s no problem cause we all love Trump. Bet you won’t see those ANTIFA pussies at this event. Just keep the winning going for 4 more day Mr. President, we’re almost there.

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    • Not everyone is a Nazi sympathizer Ghurka. Some people think Nazis deserve to get their asses kicked. Me included.

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      • I suspect you don’t know what a National socialist is or what their governing ideas are. Ignorance is bliss.

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        • I suspect you’re a fucking idiot.

          If you don’t think the “Jews will not replace us!” crowd and their Kristallnacht v.2 in Charlottesville wasn’t Hitler-esque you’re dangerously fucking stupid.

          As I said then, without any retort from one of you Nazi sympathizers, that:

          If ISIS holds a rally in downtown Athens and burns the flag and chants death to America and waves Osama Bin Laden posters, I expect two things: 1) the police to attempt to protect their dumbasses and 2) fine Americans to go bash their fucking brains in with baseball bats.

          If you say “both sides” after that ISIS rally gets a bit hairy then you’re an ISIS sympathizer. If you say “both sides” after Charlottesville you’re a Nazi sympathizer, period. Might as well get out the swastikas and show yourselves you traitorous, cowardly bastards.

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          • No Derek, you are a fucking idiot. ISIS would have a hard time holding a rally. They have been slaughtered by President Trump. That’s what happens if you fuck with the USA when we have a real leader in office. If you hate the US so much why don’t you go over to one of those shit countries and hang out with your ISIS buddies. ( The few who are still alive).

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            • Because you’re fucktarded you miss the point. Pick your pro-Muslim anti-American group and tell me you’d say “both sides” if they got their asses kicked. You wouldn’t because you aren’t a sympathyzer of theirs. Rather yours Nazi sympathizer.

              Dumbass. Traitor. Nazi. Fucktard.

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              • I know you are, but what am I? See, I can argue like a 6 yo old too.

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                • You can’t address it can you?

                  If any pro-Muslim, anti-American group protested and got their asses kicked would you say “both sides” yes or no and why?

                  You can’t:won’t because you know your acceptance of “both sides” in response to Charlottesville was due to being a Nazi sympathizer as is Il Douche. There is no reason to equate Nazis with anti-Nazis unless you are sympathetic to Nazis.

                  I’ve asked this at least a half a dozen times on this blog and not one of you idiots with your heads up trump’s ass can/will address it because it’s fucking undeniable.

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                  • Napoleon BonerFart.

                    There’s actually another possibility. Some people believe in free speech and eschew violence. If somebody wants to rally in favor of keeping a statue, that’s fine with me. Conversely, if someone wants to rally in favor of Allah, that’s also fine. I don’t think either group should be attacked.

                    It’s only bloodthirsty idiots who think that their side is morally justified in attacking other people who hurt their feelings.

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                    • Then in your views “both sides” is too harsh on the Nazis. Was running over people just part of the fun?

                      I get it you’re Chamberlain. Weak. Nothing worth fighting for. Got it.

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                    • We are a nation of laws, Derek. We can’t attack people just because we disagree with them. I can easily address your “point”. All citizens have the right to peacefully assemble. You and your kind seem to have a problem with that, I don’t. The ACLU defended the right of the Nazis to peacefully assemble. Maybe you should read the Constitution sometime.

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                    • I said the police should protect them dumbass. The question is whether we should feel sorry for groups whose views are so vile people break the law to break their skulls. I say Nazis and supporters of Islamic inspired terror are two for whom their asses getting kicked doesn’t cause me concern and I wouldn’t think the ass kickers are just as bad as the protesters.

                      This is where we part. You would not say “both sides” if supporters of Islamic terror got their asses beat. Nazis? Well you feel bad for the Nazis. They should be left alone, right?

                      Tell me I’m wrong for the 90th fucking time moron. Address the issue and don’t deflect you traitor, Nazi, fucktarded, moron!

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                    • You’re so fucking stupid it’s hard to argue with you. I support EVERYONE’s right to peacefully assemble. You’re the dumbass who wants to attack anyone who disagrees with you. What’s all this Nazi bullshit? I’ve never met a Nazi and don’t plan to meet any. My dad met a few when he was wounded and captured at the Battle of the Bulge. He weighed 90 pounds when he was released from the German POW camp. So he didn’t think a whole lot of Nazis.

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                    • Reading is hard ain’t it? Who says they don’t have that right?

                      What we’re talking about, dumbass, is the “both sides” comment. You mentioned antifa, above dumbass, in a negative light. That’s what I responded to hours ago and you’ve yet to confront the issue at hand, dumbass.

                      In my view antifa is favored over Nazis. Anti-Nazis>Nazis. Get it?

                      So when someone denigrates antifa while not denigrating the Nazis, it’s apparent to me, and all non-dumbasses, that they like the Nazis better than the anti-Nazis.

                      In short, the “both sides” comment was the most morally contemptible thing publically uttered by a US President is the history of the US. If you don’t see that then you’re a Nazi sympathizer just like Il Douche.

                      To illustrate that: assume that on September 11th, 2011 a group of pro-bin laden supporters celebrated the 10th anniversary. Police try to protect their rights. I’m for that.

                      Other people, so offended by the march/protest, lose their emotions and beat the living fuck out of everyone one of the bin laden supporters.

                      Obama says that “both sides”were at fault. He doesn’t say that he sympathizes with the anger of the counter protesters. Rather he equates anti-terrorists with terrorists.

                      Would you join me and saying: “ obama, that’s really fucked up?”

                      Yes or no?

                      Get to the point dumbass and stop deflecting.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      sigh Running over people was violent, which I have already stated I’m against. You just really can’t imagine discourse of ideas without somebody at risk of being killed, can you?

                      And you’re letting your ignorance show again. Chamberlain was against a world war resulting in more than 60 million deaths. What a pussy! Doesn’t he know that killing people is awesome? I mean, as long as they’re brown, or at least have different ideas about religion or civil authority than we do. Fuck those guys.

                      And Trump’s “both sides” was the most immoral statement in the history of the U.S.? Hilarious! Of course, I need to remember that you consider morality to be a study of things that do, or do not, hurt your feelings. Of course, FDR, Andrew Jackson, Lincoln, and Wilson aren’t eligible for consideration. Like Florida football, US history only includes your lifetime.

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                    • Some ideologies of their very nature are violent and due to be confronted. Among them are:

                      racial supremacy- the idea that the power of the government should be used to systematically discriminate on the idea that one race is better or more deserving than another

                      religious supremacy- the idea that those who don’t believe a certain religion are heathens and must die or be removed at the hands of the government

                      Che Guevara type communism- the idea that your property must be taken by the government without due process of law or by democratic processes

                      All three have left death and destruction in their wake. Some people appease them. Those people suck.

                      Nice example of a public comment by a president as morally defunct. Good luck with that. You saying that its true does not mean it is. You need an example. Again, we’re talking “public” and we’re talking in the context of the time it was said. Andrew Jackson calling native Americans names may count to you, but it doesn’t to me.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      See, there’s a difference between stating that you disagree with racists or communists, and attacking, or excusing the attacking of people espousing those views. That’s the point I’m making. While you think that people who don’t want to attack racists are bad, I think the people actually attacking the racists, or cheering them on, are much worse.

                      Actually, I was focused more on the actions of the former presidents, rather than simply screeching about their words. I assume that each president made public statements in favor of his morally abhorrent actions. It’s amusing, yet unsurprising, that you consider words more offensive than actions.

                      But if you’re so gung ho on bad words, how about D.W. Griffith quoting Woodrow Wilson in The Birth of a Nation? “The white men were roused by a mere instinct of self-preservation … until at last there had sprung into existence a great Ku Klux Klan, a veritable empire of the South, to protect the Southern country.” Is that kind of statement in praise of the KKK on par with Trump stating that violence is bad, even if people are beating on white, alt-righters? Just wondering.

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                    • I’m done with flatulent hard ons named after dictators. You’re incapable of forming a cogent thought.

                      Have you seen the KKK rallies in DC after Wilson’s presidency? Do you know anything about anything at all? Not saying racist things in the 1920’s would be remarkable not the other way around. Defending Nazis 70 years after the Holocaust is different, you know, for people with brains.

                      The idea isn’t whether MLK would endorse the beating the fuck out of Nazis. The question is whether he’d have the good sense to understand the attackers rage and empathize with that more than the ideology of a Nazi. This isn’t hard. Unless you’re dumb. When MLK said that “a riot is the language of the unheard” that was a superior thought to “both sides” you dumbass. Doesn’t mean he’s pro-riot or pro-rioter, you moron. He just understands the rage, but the worse actor is the oppressor not the oppressed who lash out in response, you idiot. .

                      You’re just too dumb. I’m done with you because I like to insult morons. You can’t achieve the level of moronic. When you step up your game and become moron level maybe we’ll talk again. You can’t debate a cat. You just can’t.

                      Ghurka is a moron. You’re an amoeba.

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                    • Napoleon BonerFart

                      So we’re back to my earlier observation. You’re incapable of empathizing with other people. Since black people a hundred years ago aren’t you, who gives a damn about them? Wilson was spectacularly racist, even for his time. But we can just give him a pass because he didn’t personally offend you. Obviously Trump increasing traffic delays in Atlanta is a much greater travesty on a historical basis than some other president killing people, or applauding killing people, or something else that didn’t affect you personally. We all have to understand that you’re triggered. The fact that Wilson reversed decades of improved race relations shouldn’t even raise eyebrows. After all, he pushed us right into World War I, so that’s awesome for somebody like you that applauds body bags by the millions.

                      Tragically, that’s exactly the kind of “thought” that we’ve come to expect from you. Hopefully, your high school history teachers do a better job than your middle school teachers did. If so, I’ll be around so you can apologize for your spectacular dumbassery. In the meantime, you need a nap, junior.

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        • Napoleon BonerFart.

          Of course he does. Haven’t you learned from Anderson Cooper that Hitler wanted private health insurance and loose environmental protections?

          Anderson can also tell you that everyone to the right of Bernie Sanders is a Nazi sympathizing, traitorous bastard.

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      • Tim in Sav

        Like all you liberals who think we shouldn’t have an opinion Derek?

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    • Don in Mar-a-Lago

      “Bet you won’t see those ANTIFA pussies at this event.”

      But if you’re lucky you may see this.

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  19. I thought a government that governs least governs best. I thought local control was the idea.

    From the “State’s Rights Party”:

    http://www.cnn.com/2018/01/04/politics/jeff-sessions-cole-memo/index.html

    Because they’re lying, hypocritical, criminal assholes.

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  20. Since this is a political blog now i will say it is good for the CFP to have the president attend the championship game. Obama was/is a boot licking swine. All the resist movement people are made with infantile minds.

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    • If this is your idea of a political blog, buddy, you’ve led a sheltered life.

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    • Rusdawg

      But do you like traffic?

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    • That cannot possibly be a serious comment about labeling of infantile minds, what with the current WH crap sandwich on display.

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      • Cojones

        Lone, Tonto here. Can’t make it to the game with you because ICE says I’m an Indian and I have to return to India, no exceptions.

        I did just return from my physical therapist who was from India and worried about her visa not being renewed and she would be sent back to India. Another little dustbin of immigrant hatred that should cause us all sincere worry. Didn’t realize that this crap would touch those already here and performing professionally in our society. Il Douchebag has set us back well over 100 yrs. Whatever happened to his butler, who quoted Trump as saying Obama should be hung from the South Portico while he was in office? I consider that a death threat to the POTUS then and now.

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    • Well reasoned moron.

      Platitudes and conclusions are the arguments of the barely literate.

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      • Tim in Sav

        Derek, you are such an idiot(one of your words, not mine) I can’t even put it into words. All you have is name calling, but I’ll give you this… You can usually spell.

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  21. You were planning on working Monday?

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  22. Uglydawg

    Well, that fire went out pretty quickly. Suppertime, huh?

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  23. Bob Schultz

    I must say Tim in sav u are the most bigly dumb ars

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  24. AthensHomerDawg

    Politics makes for lively discourse. I thought we would hit 200 posts.

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  25. S.E. Dawg

    Everyone has there favorite asshole. My favorite asshole May not be anyone else’s favorite asshole. The last time I looked the Dow was closing at over 25,000, the first time in U.S. history. As I read earlier and I quote, “President Hillary Clinton just invited UFC to the White House for winning the National Championship, sorry for passing on the fake news. One more item of concern, why would we sell uranium to a country that can blow our asses away no matter ones political allegiance? Scientists must be right, a portion of the earths population has been cross bred with aliens from planet dumbass.

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  26. 69Dawg

    Go Dawgs!!!! Way to get those clicks Senator. I’ll be back when the shit settles.

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  27. Eldawg

    I agree with Secretary of State Tillerson: Trump is a f*cking moron. I also agree with Senators McCain & Flake (and others), Trump is unfit to serve. Stick that in you patriot pipe.

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  28. “Look at all these people. The fake news media will tell you no one way here. But all of Atlanta shut down just to see me.”

    Bet me he doesn’t float that.

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  29. Noonan

    I’ll just take this as another opportunity to thank God that Hillary the fat-ass felon will never be President of my nation.

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  30. Snoop Dawgy Dawg

    Came here to pour out a cold one for all the security personnel whose lives will be hell on game day, as well as all of us having to deal with the rectal exams upon entry to the stadium.

    I guess even I can be surprised at the level of ass-hat-ish-ness that can be found in your comments sections, which is impressive in its own right.

    Also, my favorite comment post Rose Bowl victory was in your first thread post game, someone saying Mark Richt was a pussy for apologizing for his temper tantrum and antics involving the ref the next day. This is why we can’t have nice things.

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