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Just got this email reminder today, sent to all season ticket holders. First installment is due in two days.

by the way....I think parking may have gone up again. I have a prepaid parking pass, and they charged me $35/game for next season. Were we paying that much last year? I think it was less. Anyone who goes to the games remember?

On behalf of The Oakland Raiders, we would like to thank you for being a valued Season Ticket Holder.  As a reminder, the first renewal payment deadline of 25% of your total invoice amount is due by 7:00 p.m., February 18, 2011. Click here for more information about the 2011 renewal payment deadlines.

For the fourth year in a row, the Raiders would like to reward you for paying your Season Ticket invoice in full by the first renewal deadline. Pay your entire account balance by 7:00 p.m., February 18, 2011, and you will receive a Raider Image gift card.

• 1 Season Ticket = $25 Raider Image gift card; or
• 2 Season Tickets = $50 Raider Image gift card; or
• 3 Season Tickets = $100 Raider Image gift card; or
• 4+ Season Tickets = $200 Raider Image gift card.

Gift cards will be delivered to the account holder of record within six weeks of the final renewal deadline (May 27, 2011).

Bonus Benefit for Online Payment:

Pay your full account balance by 7:00 p.m., February 18, 2011 using My Raiders Account Manager and the Raiders will pay your Season Ticket handling fee.

New book............ Badasses: The Legend of Snake, Foo, Dr. Death, and John Madden's Oakland Raiders
RaiderTake says, "Trust me, don't think twice, just go out and buy the book. It belongs on the bookshelf of every Raiders fan."

I was at our work today, down at our fire department drill grounds, for some training. I noticed a bicycle chained to a pole there, belonging to one of the firefighters who was working in our training division today. He had it outfitted with a special extended rear section, specially made with a saddle-bag type arrangement. He rides his bike to work, and with that special back end he can carry all of his firefighting gear strapped onto the back.

What caught my eye though, was a decal that he had on the wooden plank that goes across the back above the rear wheel. It said, "Rider Nation", had the same shape as the Raiders logo, but instead of crossed swords it had crossed bicycle forks. I just had to pull out my iPhone so you guys could see it. Check out the pictures below! The firefighter is Dave Brannigan, a member of the "Raider Nation" as well as the "Rider Nation".

You can see Dave in one of our videocasts taken at the home opener in '07. Check it out:


Big Raider Dave:
How about these 2 beauties

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You're right Mike. I don't know why I didn't see it before. There is a STRONG resemblance!


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