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I Bleed Garnet
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
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Don’t forget OBX and Asheville.

The rest is shite though.

Eh.
Those are still shite


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East Nasty Swaaaaag
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
Aren’t in the state where it’s fine and dandy to poop in the streets. Sounds like an animal farm to me.


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East Nasty Swaaaaag
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
Charlotte.


East Nasty Swaaaaag
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
All over WY. Agreed on Jackson Yellowstone area. Been thru Wind River....absolute shithole. Sheridan is cowboy trash. Cheyenne is a shithole.


TnMountaineer
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
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All over WY. Agreed on Jackson Yellowstone area. Been thru Wind River....absolute shithole. Sheridan is cowboy trash. Cheyenne is a shithole


Agreed on all fronts.

It gets worse the further west you go on 80. Rawlins and Rock Springs is the worst.

Casper is also a shite hole.

Hell, the entire state except for the NW. portion. Jackson/DuBois/Cody save that state.


I Bleed Garnet
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
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Charlotte.


Weddington is beautiful

You should raise your family there


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East Nasty Swaaaaag
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
Is Davidson okay for you?


I Bleed Garnet
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s Davidson okay for you?



It’s aight



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East Nasty Swaaaaag
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
Totally forgot Casper. Stopped for gas right by downtown and I felt like I was on the set of Walking Dead. You’re right if that state didn’t have the NW section, it would rival as the worst state.


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BuckyCheese
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
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Our bucket list includes a Packers Bears game in late Dec. Any tips on preparing for the cold?



See below.

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Bring a piece of styrofoam to stand on in your seats to insulate the cold from the concrete entering your boots. Wear snow boots, gloves, snow pants and a hat while packing as many hand warmers into your pockets. Also, stay in Appleton not Green Bay.


The Sunday Milwaukee Journal is good to sit on. I don't worry about my feet as I have some good snowmobile boots. And a leather snowmobile suit, bibs and coat. Saying that, it kinda depends on the temp but Carharts would be fine. In the 20's I leave the bibs and just wear long underwear.

Agree on staying in Appleton as well. Have a DD and hit Stadium View before and after the game.


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MWP
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
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2010 iron bowl was cold as shite. Overcast and drizzling most of the day. Just a humid cold af


2000 Iron Bowl was brutally cold too. Almost as frigid as Alabama (the team) that day.


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OU812
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
No wonder Andrew Whitworth stayed there for so long.


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LSU82BILL
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re: Cincinnati Bengals have never had a home football game over 90 degrees
I remember the coldest game in NFL history (- 59F wind chill) being played in Cincinnati in 1982.



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