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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#21 » by C.lupus » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:01 pm

Is that what they expect it to look like?

My one concern with renovation (other than the thought of a bunch of pasty Minnesotans in hot tubs drinking beer) is that many times renovation actually takes longer than new construction. I wonder where the Wolves would play while this is going on? Maybe they can time it during the lockout. :D
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#22 » by Foye » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:11 pm

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That would be some good stuff.
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#23 » by UK-Wolf » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:19 pm

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UK-Wolf wrote::lol:

By the time I make it to Target Center I expect the same.


Well, tell me when you make it. I need to make it as well. Lets contact David Stern to arrange a Timberwolves regular season game in Europe.

I'll get onto it straight away, you Foye, ofcourse are my long lost German relative whom I've never met. An all expenses paid trip to Minnesota sounds good to me, it's what 'NBA Cares' is all about. A few beers with a busty, topless blonde in a hot-tub whilst watching the Wolves DESTROY the Spurs sounds good to me.

P.S we're not sharing the blonde.
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#24 » by funkatron101 » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:22 pm

They just need urinals and garbage bins in the stairways, nothing more.
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#25 » by C.lupus » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:38 pm

UK-Wolf wrote:
Foye wrote:
UK-Wolf wrote::lol:

By the time I make it to Target Center I expect the same.


Well, tell me when you make it. I need to make it as well. Lets contact David Stern to arrange a Timberwolves regular season game in Europe.

I'll get onto it straight away, you Foye, ofcourse are my long lost German relative whom I've never met. An all expenses paid trip to Minnesota sounds good to me, it's what 'NBA Cares' is all about. A few beers with a busty, topless blonde in a hot-tub whilst watching the Wolves DESTROY the Spurs sounds good to me.
P.S we're not sharing the blonde.

You obviously have seen a lot of Minnesota women.
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#26 » by UK-Wolf » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:45 pm

Are they cheap?
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#27 » by Foye » Tue Feb 1, 2011 8:51 pm

C.lupus wrote:
UK-Wolf wrote:
Foye wrote:
Well, tell me when you make it. I need to make it as well. Lets contact David Stern to arrange a Timberwolves regular season game in Europe.

I'll get onto it straight away, you Foye, ofcourse are my long lost German relative whom I've never met. An all expenses paid trip to Minnesota sounds good to me, it's what 'NBA Cares' is all about. A few beers with a busty, topless blonde in a hot-tub whilst watching the Wolves DESTROY the Spurs sounds good to me.
P.S we're not sharing the blonde.

You obviously have seen a lot of Minnesota women.


I'm on board UK-Wolf :thumbsup:
I saw some good looking girls in the front row in some games C.Lupus. But I'm not going to argue that there have also been some girls in the crowd I would not even want to meet if I was blind. :lol:
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#28 » by Klomp » Tue Feb 1, 2011 10:49 pm

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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#29 » by TMo519 » Tue Feb 1, 2011 11:31 pm

If the infrastructure is already there, then yes, this is definitely the way to go. No reason to build a brand new $500 million place when you can improve on a solid foundation.

It looks really nice, I like it.
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Re: Target center renovations 

Post#30 » by funkatron101 » Tue Feb 1, 2011 11:39 pm

Alright guys, let's do it!

* Digs into wallet.

Anyone have change for a $20?
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