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The Onion: Minnesota Vikings Do Little To Upgrade Fans

In case you missed it, The Onion took a little shot at the [intlink id=”35″ type=”category”]Minnesota Vikings[/intlink] last week.

It’s hilarious because there’s so much truth to it.

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Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.

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10 Comments

  1. Randomacity August 31, 2011

    Article link? Or is this only in the paper?

    1. MJ Kasprzak September 1, 2011

      click where it says “took a little shot”

  2. Pack Morris August 31, 2011

    it’s just a quick dig, no article

  3. TyKo Steamboat September 1, 2011

    Fuck the viQueens…fuck their loser fans and their slap-dick franchise…empty trophy case…purple penis eaters…Packers own you…have fun goen 4-12 this year losers.

    1. MJ Kasprzak September 1, 2011

      Let’s not get vulgar and homophobic–leave that kind of low-brow stuff to them calling us FudgePackers.

  4. Landfill September 1, 2011

    At least Vikings fans aren’t naive enough to think they own the team by purchasing stock (i.e. donations) when their team is in need of money for an expansion. Last time I checked, when you have stock in something you hope to see a financial return on your money. How much money have you made off of your investment Pack fans?

    1. MJ Kasprzak September 1, 2011

      see below–meant to reply to you and posted it beneath instead

  5. MJ Kasprzak September 1, 2011

    Landfill, what we’ve gotten is 13 championships, four Vince Lombardi trophies, and the kind of connection with our team you could not understand. You have a foolish owner who doles out $20 million to a washed-up Packers cast-off.

    I’d rather be us, and anyone that wouldn’t is too foolish for us to care what s/he thinks!

    1. Landfill September 1, 2011

      Touche except note that I said “financial return”. Also, who are you to say that you have a connection with a team that I can not understand? Also, I’m not too certain that everyone would rather be you guys considering there were at most 16 teams in all but two of your championships/super bowls. However, I’m always one to agree to disagree in a civil argument. Good debate

      1. BuddyXLV September 2, 2011

        I watched the Packers win two Superbowls, the Vikings haven’t even reached the Superbowl as long as I’ve been alive “since 1979”. So from what I’ve witnessed in my 31 years is that Green Bay has been more successful than Minnesota. So would you rather watch success or failure, you decide. With all the arrogant comments that Viking fans put out there I would at least expect something to back them up. As much as I resent them but at the same time I pity them. Poor, poor Minnesota :-(