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When Packers lose ... who knew?

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Nearly 50 percent more people are arrested on average at Lambeau Field when the Packers lose than when they win, according to a newspaper analysis. The Green Bay Press-Gazette analyzed arrests from 94 of the 107 games at Lambeau Field between August 1996 and January 2006. The newspaper found that when the Packers win, an average of 5.8 people are arrested, compared with 9.08 when they lose. Al Timmerman, retired Green Bay Police operations commander who formerly oversaw Lambeau Field tactics, said the difference is tied directly to the mood of the crowd. "When the Packers lost, the fans drank more and they became more unruly," he said. "When the team is losing and they're down, everyone is down in the dumps, and the beer was flowing a little bit better." When the Bears visit, arrests average 9.1 per game--win or lose.

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At least its only our fans getting arrested, not our players.

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Actually that count includes the players smile.gif

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At least its only our fans getting arrested, not our players.


Now don't go getting all righteous on us when your boys just signed one of our convicts we dumped for getting arrested. tongue.gif

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I just had to pipe in and say the last two retorts were just solid comebacks! grin.gif

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All I can say is thank god it's not a soccer game they are policing........

Oh yeah, and me wonders what the weekly arrest count is at the Dome or Soldier Field??????

(I never have liked that word "unruly")

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what's your point?? anyone for a boat ride??? wink.gif

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I think Chmura's babysitter service might be available tp provide riders for boat rides...

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I've been waiting for my main man Otto to show up! How you doin? Do you see a run of about five years of high draft picks developing into a good team again in about 2012? tongue.gif

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Sup Buzzsaw, how have ya been?

Five years? I think more like 15. All I can say is the Packers are in trouble!!

Good thing you guys picked up Longwell otherwise you'd be 0-2 just like us!!!

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I think Chmura's little girls ended up being the ones on the boat with the Vikings

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It won't be that long, the NFL changes so much with free agency these days... thats why I won't recommend buying a players jersey! And yes, thank goodness for Longwell this year and Sharper and his bad knee, I mean Pro Bowl year last year. Did you make a prediction on how many games the pack would win this year? Doing any fishing?

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