According to the Los Angeles Times, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders presented plans for a $1.7 billion football stadium in Los Angeles that
features lightning bolts for when the Chargers score and fire for the Raiders.

A signature element of the design is a 115- to 120-foot tower that rises through and extends above the main concourse. It would serve as a pedestal for a cauldron that would change depending on the team. When the Chargers play, simulated lightning bolts would swirl behind glass encasing the tower and, if the team were to score a touchdown, a bolt would shoot out of the top. For Raiders games, a flame would burn in the cauldron in honor of legendary team owner Al Davis.

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I see this idea not ending well.
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earl keese111 months
It sounds like the Chargers and the Raiders would be sharing the stadium? That sounds dangerous!
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Rebel Land Shark111 months
That sounds dangerous
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