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 Post subject: Tanzania Effect Done?
 Post Posted: Sat Mar 16, 2013 3:45 pm 
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I'm at the Sounders game and couldn't help but notice the Tanzania campaign is covered by blue tarps. Perhaps the Tanzania effect is done?
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 Post subject: Re: Tanzania Effect Done?
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maybe they don't want to waste it on the Sounders


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I was going to ask if anybody had noticed this. That could explain why the Sounders dropped their home opener, no?

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

Long live Tanzania!

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Wow. Ruined my day.

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If the ads are really gone then I guess it's up to us, the 12th Man, to keep the Tanzania Effect alive.

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I am in Tanzania as we speak, having some delicious white rhinoceros with the UN delegates.

What I am understanding is Tanzania is only to be part of the 12th man.

They would participate in soccer with advertising but that would be like putting salve on a swollen, red baboon sphincter.

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themunn wrote:
maybe they don't want to waste it on the Sounders


That's what I was thinking. Hope so.


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I was at the sounders home opener and Tanzania was still on display then... :(


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I really dislike soccer or "futball" but am damned prould of the showing they make at Seahawks Stadium. They don't draw as many people as the Seahawks but wager they are close to drawing as many as most any other soccer city.


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Maybe they're making it bigger, better and more majestic.

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Well, there goes the season, guys...

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The Radish wrote:
I really dislike soccer or "futball" but am damned proud of the showing they make at Seahawks Stadium. They don't draw as many people as the Seahawks but wager they are close to drawing as many as most any other soccer city.


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There is 40k there right now. And, it is futbol.

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Put them back! This is unacceptable. We need those powers.


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The Radish wrote:
I really dislike soccer or "futball" but am damned prould of the showing they make at Seahawks Stadium. They don't draw as many people as the Seahawks but wager they are close to drawing as many as most any other soccer city.


:les:

Actually, I heard they outdrew the Seahawks. More games, of course, so less per game. But I may be mistaken about that so don't quote me.

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CurryStopstheRuns wrote:
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I really dislike soccer or "futball" but am damned proud of the showing they make at Seahawks Stadium. They don't draw as many people as the Seahawks but wager they are close to drawing as many as most any other soccer city.


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There is 40k there right now. And, it is futbol.


Well I was close, thanks for correcting me. At least I give them credit for the showing the fans make in Seattle.

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 Post subject: Re: Tanzania Effect Done?
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Tanzania will never die.

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I'm certain the dozens of fans in attendance were concerned. God I hate soccer.


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If someone knew a secret about Tanzania, something bad, would he be obligated to share it?


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If someone knew a secret about Tanzania, something bad, would he be obligated to share it?


I believe that it would be the ethical thing to do.

That's right!

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Tech Worlds wrote:
MysterMatt wrote:
If someone knew a secret about Tanzania, something bad, would he be obligated to share it?


I believe that it would be the ethical thing to do.

That's right!



In the Nane of Zanzibar!


Don't you dare.

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We don't need Tanzania, we have first name Russell last name Wilson and since he's no longer a rookie the crutches aren't needed. :mrgreen:

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We don't need Tanzania, we have first name Russell last name Wilson and since he's no longer a rookie the crutches aren't needed. :mrgreen:


Russell Wilson + Tanzania = 20 year dynasty

Right now we're just looking at 10 years, without Tanzania.

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i have no idea what you guys are talking about....


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bigcc wrote:
i have no idea what you guys are talking about....


http://seattlesportsnet.com/2012/09/17/ ... ia-effect/


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I noticed it as soon as I walked into the stadium. The energy just was not right. I could tell that the Portscum players did not have the same level of fear that opponents normally feel at the Clink when the might of Tanzania is bearing down on them. Is it any wonder that the Sounders played like crap and allowed Portscum to tie the game in the 90th minute?

When does a tie feel like a loss? When the power of Tanzania dies. I hope this does not derail the Hawks' super bowl run.


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