Yes put in a few words and welcome both men to Hamilton,lets make them feel at home and wish them success, so what say ye to that?-Johnnymac
I already posted my welcome and best wishes to each in other threads, but it’s good to have a thread devoted to this.
Welcome and much success to both. Learn the Oskee-wee-wee cheer, then go get us a Grey Cup!
I'm sure they are just as excited to be here as we are to have them, from what I've read and heard.
WELCOME TO TIGERTOWN! :thup: RESTORE THE ROAR! BRING HOME THE GREY CUP! :rockin:
Welcome to Tigertown Henry and George. I'm sure you'll enjoy it here and I look forward to meeting you. I love the attitude you have coming here and am sure we'll see great things on the field.
Good luck to both of you, George and Henry!! Here's hoping a Grey Cup lies
somewhere in the not too distant future.
Welcome, Hank and George.
A few of things to help you get familiar with the area:
the only Stampede we have in July is down at Hutch's on Friday nights.
We know it is only a 250 foot ledge, but we still call it a "mountain" anyway.
We may not have Banff an hour's drive away, but you can get to Burford in the same time.
4.The state below us is New York, not Montana.
5.We have 2 political leaders in the area (Horwath and Hudak), whereas you only had one in Calgary (Harper)
6.Feel free to wear your cowboy hats, but make sure you put a hard hat on top (available from the Box J boys!)
If you miss the horses, our Police Service has 4 of them.
Some of our streets are numbered (especially up on the ledge) , but not every blinkin' one of them.
the Vanier Cup champs are the Marauders, not the Dinos.
Lastly, the time is now 7 PM, not 5 PM.
Oskee Wee Wee,and Eat em Raw!!
[quote]6.Feel free to wear your cowboy hats, but make sure you put a hard hat on top (available from the Box J boys!)[/
Our stadium announcer wears a cowboy hat, not that there's anything wrong with that!