Didn’t we already take care of this?

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I’m confused.

Didn’t we already celebrate this?

Maybe I imagined the big ass parade through the streets of the Burgh?

I’m not trying to say this is overkill, because that will get me branded as a less than die hard fan … but this might be overkill.

I said might be.


  1. ~mandakay
    April 17, 2006 2:17 pm

    yeah but its bon jovi. and maybe the city thinks that the steelers hype is dying down so in order to boost morale once again in time for the 2006 season they will have a big we-won-the-super-bowl-5-months-ago-but-why-stop-the-celebrating party. AND someone needs to come up with a new steelers song since here we go no longer seems applicable being that they got one for the thumb.

  2. pittgirl
    April 17, 2006 2:34 pm

    How ’bout “There we went”?

    That would be a kickass Steelers song.

  3. Anonymous
    April 17, 2006 2:40 pm

    Maybe they figured the Pirates are depressing the Pittsburgh sports fans so they’d remind us all, “Yeah, but remember how great the Steelers are?!?!”

  4. PittLeo
    April 17, 2006 8:55 pm

    The Steelers website and Ticketmaster website do not have ticket prices listed yet. The Steelers website states that Nickelback along with other unannounced guests will be performing as well as Bon Jovi. If you are a Bon Jovi or Nickelback fan, this could be a good event to see them perform. As we all know, the Civic Arena is not the best place to have a concert anymore. Can anyone remember the last time a major concert took place in Pittsburgh? Burghers should take advantage of this event. Oh yes, I do think it is overkill.

  5. pittgirl
    April 18, 2006 10:51 am

    I do love me some Jon Bon Jovi.

  6. ~mandakay
    April 18, 2006 12:32 pm

    though i do have to add that acoustics in large open air stadiums kinda suck.