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  • The Bogart's Experience at Dignity Sports Park-Anyone been there, done that?

    I keep getting emails from the Chargers that for $200 a person, we can walk around the sunny side of the field and go to some small lounge called Bogarts. I can not find any reviews of anyone who has done this(though they trumpeted the fact the tickets for the Packers were "Sold out.") I am going to the last two NFL games to be played at Home Depot/stubhub/Dignity Sports park and am sure you all feel the history this place leaves behind is second only to Green Bay if they decided to close Lambeau. Just wanted to see if anyone has anything to say about whether it is truly a "premium experience?"

  • #2
    Spanos. Dignity. Bogarts. lol

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    • #3
      LOL.
      SOL.
      SOS.
      Tua Tagovailoa QB. Trey Adams ORT. Devin Duvernay WRS. Ben Bartch OL. Benito Jones 1T. Keith Taylor CB. Mitchell Wilcox TE. v1

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Fleet View Post
        Spanos. Dignity. Bogarts. lol
        Wonder why the Spani named the place, "Bogart's." Is it because after that last awful game, they want to, ahem...

        "Play it again?..."

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        • #5
          no!...they just flat out admire Captain Queeg

          Image result for captain queeg loses it gif

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          • #6
            Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post
            no!...they just flat out admire Captain Queeg

            Image result for captain queeg loses it gif
            LOL...Blue, actually, Bogart as Captain Queeg is quite a fitting image for the Bolts...Queeg was the main character of "The Caine Mutiny," who plays a captain who loses the respect of the crew due to several awful decisions....hmmmm...sound familiar?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Topcat View Post

              LOL...Blue, actually, Bogart as Captain Queeg is quite a fitting image for the Bolts...Queeg was the main character of "The Caine Mutiny," who plays a captain who loses the respect of the crew due to several awful decisions....hmmmm...sound familiar?
              Bogart fan myself. Very fitting comparison, Topcat. To Queeg, not Bogie.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by MakoShark View Post

                Bogart fan myself. Very fitting comparison, Topcat. To Queeg, not Bogie.
                Same here...my favorite Bogie film is "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Topcat View Post

                  Same here...my favorite Bogie film is "Treasure of the Sierra Madre"...
                  Not "Casablanca" or "The Maltese Falcon?" Bogart was The Man. A breed that doesn't exist anymore. Men like James Cagney, William Holden, Spencer Tracy and Bogie.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Velo View Post

                    Not "Casablanca" or "The Maltese Falcon?" Bogart was The Man. A breed that doesn't exist anymore. Men like James Cagney, William Holden, Spencer Tracy and Bogie.
                    Both of those are great films, it's just that my personal favorite is "Treasure of the Sierra Madre." The way Bogie goes crazy at the end--and the theme of placing a higher value on riches than human life and happiness--true food for thought, and great acting...

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                    • #11
                      The African Queen tops my Bogart experience

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                      • #12
                        Badges?....

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