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NFL Fans: St. Louis Rams
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    (1995- )
    Root for their NFC team
    Often dress or paint themselves in the team colors of Midnight Blue, Championship Gold and White
    Distracted by team cheerleaders
    They don't have a mascot
    They wept when their Cardinals left them for Arizona, but quickly accepted the Rams from Los Angeles.
    They thought the 1999 'Bob and Weave' TD dance was cool.
    Many fans are miffed that the St. Louis Ram Ring of Fame that encircles the stadium includes Los Angeles Rams, and for some reason St. Louis Cardinals.
    The Team originated in Cleveland (1937), moved to L.A. (1945) and then to St. Louis (1995), screwing with fan loyalties. It is the only NFL team to win three championships representing three different cities.
    They accepted a female owner.
    Some of them call themselves 'Clanram,' 'The Herd,' 'Rampagers' or 'Rampant Fans.'
    They refer to their team as 'The Horns.'

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