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    I'm curious to know where exactly are all the die hard broncos fans are living . I for one am from a small town Hanford , California .

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    Small town Nelson BC, Canada.
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      Westminster, Colorado
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      • #4
        Maryland.

        Where everything is purple.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Peanut View Post
          Maryland.

          Where everything is purple.
          I feel bad for you brotha

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Peanut View Post
            Maryland.

            Where everything is purple.
            lol that's horrible.. that's not the funny kind of lol btw, it's the sad one.

            If it makes you feel any better, my brother is a Raven and he's yet to miss a beat on the constant sms reminders
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            • #7
              Oh and I'm in Denmark, Europe.
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              • #8
                Tucson, Az by way of the Navajo Nation

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by BroncosDivision View Post
                  Oh and I'm in Denmark, Europe.
                  Sick, how'd u become a bronco fan

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                  • #10
                    Born in Boulder, Colorado. Resident of Denver, Colorado!!!

                    Blue and orange are in my blood!!!

                    Adopted Posters - Broncoholic MS, thatkidhunt, Al Wilson 4 Mayor, Thors Hammer, McSmashie, CanDB, Peanut, BroncoManiac_69, MightyHorse, CHARGER$, Chillez, EddieMac
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                    Proud Daddy of Jeremiah James born February 24, 2011

                    Adopt-A-Bronco 2013 - Champ Bailey
                    Yankees, Rockies, Nuggets, Avalanche, CU Buffs
                    I still miss you Jake Plummer!



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                    • #11
                      Hi to all my fellow Broncos fans. I'm newbie lol. I'm from the US Virgin Islands but I live in NYC. I've been coming to this message board for about 2-3 months and I finally decide to be part of the blue and orange family. This is a very positive environment. You guys are amazing, full of class and grace. I can see the bond and closeness in everyone here. Its like one large family. This message board rocks!!!!!!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Ehveek03 View Post
                        Sick, how'd u become a bronco fan
                        It's not as original as you may think lol

                        I had relatives living in Boulder (VDB, if you're reading this, THAT is why I booed at you haha) at the time. Didn't know anything about football, in fact, I played soccer and handball (it's huge over here, don't ask lol) back then. I was absolutely terrible at the latter though.

                        Anyway, they took me to some games at the old Mile High and that's pretty much it. I was sold. There was no such thing as internet or stuff like that back then, luckily they were kind enough to send me VHS tapes with games.

                        This is gonna sound silly to you Americans, but there are now several Danish tv stations broadcasting live feeds from NFL games each week. I remember growing up hoping something like that would happen. Never thought it would, seeing as other NFL fans were hard to come by. Then the broadcasting started, fast forward a decade and what a difference it's made. A bit unreal but very cool!

                        The retail clerk at my local service station is a freaking Raider, typical!

                        Some Danish football related websites if you're interested:

                        www.firstdown.dk
                        www.usfootball.dk
                        www.daff.dk Dansk Amerikansk Fodbold Forbund (Danish American Football Federation)
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                        • #13
                          Thanks for the sympathy.

                          Going into Baltimore:



                          No more purple. I don't want to ruin the thread.
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                          • #14
                            Mile High City here!
                            :usa: *** God Bless Our Military Men And Women*** :usa:

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BroncosDivision View Post
                              It's not as original as you may think lol

                              I had relatives living in Boulder (VDB, if you're reading this, THAT is why I booed at you haha) at the time. Didn't know anything about football, in fact, I played soccer and handball (it's huge over here, don't ask lol) back then. I was absolutely terrible at the latter though.

                              Anyway, they took me to some games at the old Mile High and that's pretty much it. I was sold. There was no such thing as internet or stuff like that back then, luckily they were kind enough to send me VHS tapes with games.

                              This is gonna sound silly to you Americans, but there are now several Danish tv stations broadcasting live feeds from NFL games each week. I remember growing up hoping something like that would happen. Never thought it would, seeing as other NFL fans were hard to come by. Then the broadcasting started, fast forward a decade and what a difference it's made. A bit unreal but very cool!

                              The retail clerk at my local service station is a freaking Raider, typical!

                              Some Danish football related websites if you're interested:

                              www.firstdown.dk
                              www.usfootball.dk
                              www.daff.dk Dansk Amerikansk Fodbold Forbund (Danish American Football Federation)
                              You are not alone. Copenhagen, Denmark here as well.

                              My story is even more arbitrary. Had too much time. Stayed up late watching NFL for no reason. Fell in love with Clinton Portis in his rookie year...the rest is history...:-)
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