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Mark Stroup

As far as I know, new stadiums still get tax-exempt financing. So that means 15 to 20 percent of the remaining $775 million is underwritten by a tax break. More here.

sean mcdaniel

damn sam

don't you know everything's bigger in texas...even subsidies.


Compared to the pyramids. Will this thing still be a draw in 4,000 years? Or will this be imploded in 40 years for the next stadium

sean mcdaniel

well, who know how long the pyramids would have lasted if the pharohs had known about luxury sky boxes. then again, i'd rather see a football field imploded insteads hearing about a busload of tourists being exploded on a visit to the pyramids.

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