Thursday, January 12, 2017

1 12 112 | San Diego Chargers move to Los Angeles announced January 12, 2017

The news to start 2017

Today is January 12, written as 12/1 in most parts of the world.

L is the 12th letter
A is the 1st letter.

12/1; L/A

http://www.espn.com/blog/san-diego-chargers/post/_/id/19244/chargers-leave-behind-heartbroken-fans-gain-certainty-with-move-to-l-a

The date can also be written 1/12, a lot like '112'.  This announcement comes just before Super Bowl 51, in Houston.

11 comments:

  1. CONGRATS TO THE STEELERS ON WINNING SUPERBOWL 51

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    1. Sorry for the lose, Cowboys you mean..

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  2. prince died on the queens bday.

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  3. 11/2: steelers are in the sb?

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  4. yeah, this move by the Chargers organization is odd imo and how they won't be sharing a stadium with the rams but playing at a stubhub stadium in carson.

    "carson" in the English Reduction system equals 25

    Watching fan reaction to this story is depressing. I mean, so much sad/negative emotion surrounding this topic. And that's what the so-called elitists prefer.

    Also, some press conference spokesman says something along the lines of "san diego didn't lost the chargers, the chargers just lost san diego"

    "chargers lost san diego" in the English Reduction system equals 93

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    1. And you hear the other end from most of the media outlets and big business; the city/county voted against paying taxes towards a new stadium and so they lose, you gotta pay to play.

      The whole thing is a circus, only its a taxfree circus that charges way too much for seats and forces the city it is visiting to build the big top.

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    2. Absolutely. lol

      Then again it does make sense, considering ALL the revenue generated through lalaland. nvrmnd vegas.

      56 years or so spent in SD, beginning their 57th in LA

      "lalaland" in the English Ordinal system equals 57

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    3. I wanna say this is year 57, 1960 they were in LA. But still fits. And a new movie is coming out called La La Land. Need two teams for LA LA. Flipped over La La Land looks like trip 7s.

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  5. There's revenue sharing in the NFL, no teams are hurting!

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  6. Terrible teams get substantial ratings from promotion of "getting their first win"
    The truth community also got hoaxed by the browns .

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