No, I can't. There weren't a lot of pick pockets either. All the
usual things that go along with an event like this just didn't
materialize. There were no murders in Indy the entire week. Very few
arrests in the village area. Traffic was amazingly smooth all week,
Seriously, it could not have gone better. In fact, we've probably set
a standard even we'll never be able to meet again.
On Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 5:02 PM, Gqcy <gmufasa01@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
on Bob and Tom this morning, they discussed that the large influx of
prostitution didn't happen.
Can you provide a explanation of this?
On 2/6/2012 3:53 PM, rick baird wrote:
back to more super bowl related stuff, here's a heart warming story
that'll exemplify Indy's attitude last week.
Yesterday morning, the local news interviewed a couple of NYJ fans
who'd driven all night to see the game. It was about 7am and they
were tailgating in an empty parking lot. They showed the tv cameras
all their food on the grill, the booze, etc. and the guy mentioned
they were upset because they had forgotten the Franks Red Hot sauce.
Less than 20 minutes later, 8 bottles of Franks had arrived at their
car, delivered by locals who were watching on tv. The New Yawkers
couldn't believe it.
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