Not trying to blow minds here, but there are three lights flashing at the divergent side of the fork in the road, and one, flashing all by itself, on the opposite side of the road (the studio side)... staying put! The three lights together flash together. The solo one flashes alone. Not to be included with the rest? Hmmm...
Last Edit: Sept 9, 2012 19:06:51 GMT -5 by incurablelefty
I would love for someone to check for me. With wiring prices and maintenance as expensive as they are, the logical thing to do would be to wire them together. The lone lamppost is separate, the other three are wired together. I'll check on that later to see if they change. Personally, I believe they are throwing us another bone. Unlike a dog, I get bored playing fetch! Thanks.
I thought this deserved a note... The lights at the Abbey Road crossing have been wired in a peculiar way. There are three wired together and flashing together on the other side of the fork in the road, away from the studio. The other light flashes by itself, independant of the other three. The three are grouped very close together. I was wondering if anyone had noticed this and been curious about it.
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Last Edit: Oct 25, 2012 9:52:54 GMT -5 by incurablelefty
LONDON -- The St. Louis Rams are familiar with fans cheering for the opposition, even at their home games. They're likely to get an even bigger dose of that Sunday when they go up against the New England Patriots at Wembley in the annual NFL game in London.
The Rams are technically the home team, but the Patriots -- and especially Tom Brady -- have a much bigger international following and may get more fan support. ;D
The Rams (3-4) already had a taste of that in the home loss to Green Bay on Sunday, when thousands of raucous cheeseheads made themselves heard at the Edward Jones Dome.
"We had a lot of Green Bay Packer fans in our stadium last weekend," coach Jeff Fisher said. "So they travel very well as well. Didn't bother us, didn't have an impact on the outcome of the game. We're excited to be here."
Last Edit: Oct 25, 2012 9:58:04 GMT -5 by incurablelefty