New stadium will look like gigantic toilet


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#2

That’s a SuperBowl.


#3

Can’t wait for when they host The Toilet Bowl.


#4

They already look like bowls. This is just gilding the lily.


#5

So are the Warriors the #1 or #2 seed?


#6

I’m intrigued by the “office/lab” labels for the surrounding buildings. What will they be testing? Fecal samples?


#7

I think it’s appropriate. Friggen sports companies and teams have been sucking much needed funds out of city and state budgets. They are nothing but a drag on the economy and civil government. Screw 'em. They can play their games in a sand lot.

Sports is the other half of celebrity that we need to abolish.


#8

The Golden State Warriors should have a urinal-shaped stadium. This would be more fitting for the Cleveland Browns.


#9

That architect. Christ, what an asshole.


#10

Let’s be thankful they will never host the Saskatchewan Roughriders or the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

But seriously, any team winning a championship here would be flushed with pride.


#11

Oh, the jokes will have 20 years to sharpen themselves! “The Golden Bowl” is a mere tip of the iceberg!


#12

As with everything related to sports arenas, Neil deMause at fieldofschemes has this covered:

At least the owners are claiming they want to fund this with private money instead of extorting local taxpayers and especially tourists


#13

On the bright side, San Francisco will be the obvious location for the next remake of King Kong.


#14

Please let the naming rights be purchased by 2000 Flushes. It could benefit the team for up to four months!


#15

I was hoping that Ty-D-Bol would have naming rights…


#16

To me it looks more like an air intake and filter for a car from the fifties to the nineties.


#17

This is an old gag to New Yorkers, who would refer to Citi Field (and Shea Stadium before the new stadium was built) as the Flushing Bowl.


#18

Toilet or stadium, the shit goes down in the middle.


#19

The area is a biotech hub. UCSF has a campus there associated with Genentech, a new teaching/research hospital right across the street is slated to open in February, and there are a bunch of other companies in the new buildings around Mission Bay. I liked it better as a wasteland, but they didn’t solicit my input.


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