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Whatever our new stadium looks like, common sense tells us that it will be better than that cheesy, expensive looking, view obstructing, impersonal, impractical, Chowd-filled, traffic nightmare of a Stadium that Bob Kraft built.

Do you mean the place where the Patriots have not lost a football game in 3 years? :wink:

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Do you mean the place where the Patriots have not lost a football game in 3 years? :wink:

Yes that one. The one where the last time you lost it was at the hand of Chad and the Jets. Soon I will post a story in remembrance of that day, a story of epic proportions. Stay tuned

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Jets | May Remain at the Meadowlands :) - from www.KFFL.com

Tue, 14 Jun 2005 02:26:07 -0700

The Star-Ledger reports due to the lack of a new stadium being built in Manhattan, the New York Jets may just stay at the Meadowlands for decades to come.

How's this one for ya Tommy? :lol:

Has anyone noticed that the NJ papers have been saying the same thing over and over and over again?

Possible they have a bias?

Possible?

Probable?

Losers.

BZ

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Liberty Bonds At-A-Glance:

(Last updated 1/4/05)

Liberty Bond Program (total allocation of $8 billion)

LIBERTY BONDS APPROVED: $3.687 billion

LIBERTY BONDS REMAINING: $4.313 billion

Geographic restrictions: Up to $2 billion can be allocated outside the Liberty Zone. However, rental housing and public utilities can only be financed within the Liberty Zone.

Use restrictions: Rental housing -- Up to $1.6 billion; Retail -- Up to $800 million; Commercial real estate or public utilities -- At least $5.6 billion

Residential Liberty Bonds (total allocation of $1.6 billion)

HOUSING $ APPROVED: $1.311 billion

HOUSING $ REMAINING: $289 million

New York State Housing Finance Agency (allocation of $800 million)

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Liberty Bonds At-A-Glance:

(Last updated 1/4/05)

Liberty Bond Program (total allocation of $8 billion)

LIBERTY BONDS APPROVED: $3.687 billion

LIBERTY BONDS REMAINING: $4.313 billion

Geographic restrictions: Up to $2 billion can be allocated outside the Liberty Zone. However, rental housing and public utilities can only be financed within the Liberty Zone.

Use restrictions: Rental housing -- Up to $1.6 billion; Retail -- Up to $800 million; Commercial real estate or public utilities -- At least $5.6 billion

Residential Liberty Bonds (total allocation of $1.6 billion)

HOUSING $ APPROVED: $1.311 billion

HOUSING $ REMAINING: $289 million

New York State Housing Finance Agency (allocation of $800 million)

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Do you mean the place where the Patriots have not lost a football game in 3 years? :wink:

We are talking about stadiums and structural engineering and you bring up being undefeated.

Sounds like someone is afraid of failure if you ask me.

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