I went VIP to the WORST BASEBALL STADIUM

Troydan
4 May 202422:08

Summary

TLDRThe video script details a nerve-wracking journey to the Oakland Coliseum, one of the oldest and reportedly one of the most dangerous baseball stadiums in America. The narrator experiences the stark contrast between the VIP sections of the Oakland Athletics game and a San Francisco Giants game, noting the sparse attendance and lack of amenities in Oakland. The script is filled with humor and candid observations, from the high price of concession stand food to the surprisingly free and available seats. Despite the fear and discomfort, the narrator survives the experience, providing a unique perspective on what it's like to attend a game in a stadium that's seen better days.

Takeaways

  • 🏟️ The Oakland Coliseum, built in 1966, is one of the oldest stadiums in professional sports and is currently in a state of decline.
  • πŸ“‰ The Oakland Athletics are experiencing low attendance, averaging around 3,000 fans, with some suggesting actual turnout is closer to 500.
  • 🌎 The stadium is described as feeling like a third-world country, with a sense of unsafety and poor conditions.
  • πŸ” Concession stands have long lines and limited food availability, leading to frustration among staff and attendees.
  • 🚫 The team is planning to leave for Las Vegas, which contributes to the overall sadness and decline of the stadium's state.
  • 🎟️ The author used SeatGeek to obtain VIP tickets for both the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants games.
  • 🍹 VIP tickets for the Giants game included access to a lounge, padded seats, wait service, private restrooms, and a private bar with climate control.
  • 🍿 The Dugout Lounge at the Giants' stadium offered unlimited food and drinks, contributing to a luxurious experience.
  • 🌊 Oracle Park, home of the Giants, is located by the ocean and offers incredible views, despite the strong winds affecting the game.
  • 🍴 The author's experience at the Oakland Athletics game was markedly different, with a lack of direction, closed facilities, and a general sense of abandonment.
  • πŸ† Despite the challenges, the Oakland Athletics won their game, offering a moment of victory amidst the overall negative experience.

Q & A

  • What is the Oakland Coliseum known for?

    -The Oakland Coliseum is known for being one of the oldest stadiums in professional sports, built in 1966, and currently in one of its saddest states due to the team planning to leave for Las Vegas.

  • Why is the Oakland Coliseum considered one of the worst baseball stadiums?

    -The Oakland Coliseum is considered one of the worst due to its age, sad state, low attendance, and the perception of being in a dangerous city with high crime rates.

  • What was the average attendance of the Oakland team during the time of the video?

    -The average attendance was around 3,000 fans, with some suggesting that the actual number of fans showing up was closer to 500.

  • Why did the narrator decide to also get tickets for the San Francisco Giants game?

    -The narrator decided to get tickets for the San Francisco Giants game to compare it with the Oakland Athletics game and to see what a good baseball stadium looks like, as the Giants' stadium is highly rated and only a short drive away.

  • What special offer does the narrator mention for SeatGeek?

    -The special offer mentioned is a 10% discount on any tickets at SeatGeek by using the promo code 'Troy and 10'.

  • How did the narrator describe the experience at the San Francisco Giants game?

    -The narrator described the experience as enjoyable with VIP seats that included a lounge, padded seats, wait service, private restrooms, a private bar, and climate control. They also had access to the Dugout Lounge with unlimited food and drinks.

  • What was the narrator's concern about the VIP seats at the Giants game?

    -The narrator's concern was the lack of leg space in the VIP seats, which made them feel cramped, similar to being on a low-cost economy flight.

  • What was the narrator's impression of the Oracle Park?

    -The narrator had a positive impression of Oracle Park, mentioning its great stadium features, amazing views, and passionate crowd.

  • What was the narrator's fear regarding attending the Oakland Athletics game?

    -The narrator was scared for their personal safety due to the reputation of Oakland being a dangerous city with high crime rates.

  • How did the narrator describe the atmosphere at the Oakland Coliseum?

    -The narrator described the atmosphere as a ghost town with very few people, a lack of direction or staff, and a general sense of sadness and disappointment among the workers.

  • What was the narrator's experience like trying to find their seat at the Oakland Coliseum?

    -The narrator had difficulty finding their seat, with no clear directions or staff to assist them, making them feel lost in the large, empty stadium.

  • What was the narrator's final verdict on the Oakland A's Coliseum?

    -The narrator concluded that the Oakland A's Coliseum was the worst MLB stadium they had ever experienced, with everything being closed, unhappy staff, and a generally unsettling environment.

Outlines

00:00

🏟️ VIP Experience at Oakland Coliseum: The Oldest and Saddest?

The video script begins with the narrator discussing their visit to the Oakland Coliseum, one of the oldest stadiums in professional sports, located in a city considered one of the most dangerous in America. Built in 1966, the stadium is facing a decline in attendance, with minor league teams drawing larger crowds. The narrator expresses a sense of unease and danger, mentioning the stadium's sad state, poor attendance, and even employee hostility. They also share their anticipation of comparing this experience with a visit to the highly rated San Francisco Giants stadium, facilitated by SeatGeek, which is offering a discount to viewers.

05:02

πŸŒ‰ VIP Seating and Experience at Oracle Park, San Francisco

The second paragraph details the narrator's experience at Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. They highlight the VIP amenities, including a lounge, padded seats, in-seat TVs, private restrooms, and a private bar with climate control. Despite some drawbacks like poor leg space and washed-out screens due to sunlight, the experience is largely positive, with unlimited food and drinks. The narrator also humorously discusses the wind affecting the game and their failed attempt to use a slide due to height restrictions.

10:03

πŸŽ‰ A Passionate Crowd and Seagull Invasion at Oracle Park

This part of the script describes the game's end at Oracle Park, where a sudden influx of seagulls descends upon the field to claim leftover food. The narrator praises the stadium's atmosphere, the crowd's passion, and the stunning views, hinting at a stark contrast to the experience they anticipate at the Oakland Coliseum. There's also a mention of the narrator's fear and apprehension about the upcoming visit to Oakland, emphasizing the perceived danger and their survival of the 'greatest test of man.'

15:06

🚨 A Terrifying Visit to Oakland A's Coliseum: The Scariest Stadium?

The fourth paragraph recounts the narrator's frightening experience at the Oakland A's Coliseum. They describe the stadium as a ghost town with a lack of staff and directions, making navigation difficult. Despite purchasing VIP tickets, the amenities and services are subpar compared to the Giants' stadium. The narrator humorously describes their confusion, the empty seats, and the overall desolation. They also mention the Oakland team's unexpected win and their attempt to play vintage arcade games post-game.

20:07

πŸš– A Chaotic Exit and Reflection on the Oakland A's Coliseum

The final paragraph details the chaotic aftermath of the game, with the narrator waiting in a parking lot, hearing unsettling sounds and spotting a knife. They express relief upon the arrival of their Uber and reflect on the Oakland A's Coliseum as the worst MLB stadium they've ever visited. The staff appeared unhappy, and the entire experience was far more 'sketchy' than anticipated, even compared to their experiences in video games. The narrator concludes with a sense of accomplishment for surviving the ordeal and aε†³εΏƒοΌˆresolutionοΌ‰ to never return to Oakland.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘VIP section

The VIP section refers to a special area within a stadium or arena that offers premium services and amenities to its guests. In the context of the video, the narrator discusses the experience of sitting in the VIP section at two different baseball stadiums, highlighting the contrast in services and atmosphere between the two.

πŸ’‘Oakland Coliseum

Oakland Coliseum is a multi-purpose stadium in Oakland, California, which is mentioned as one of the oldest and currently one of the saddest states for professional sports. The video's theme revolves around the narrator's experience visiting this stadium, emphasizing its perceived decline and the challenges it faces.

πŸ’‘San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants are a Major League Baseball team based in San Francisco. The video compares the experience of attending a game at the Giants' stadium, Oracle Park, with that of the Oakland Coliseum. The Giants' stadium is portrayed as highly rated and offering a superior fan experience.

πŸ’‘SeatGeek

SeatGeek is a ticket search engine mentioned as the sponsor of the video. The narrator discusses using SeatGeek to obtain tickets for various sporting events, including baseball games, and provides a promo code for viewers to get a discount on ticket purchases.

πŸ’‘Safety concerns

Safety concerns are a significant theme in the video, with the narrator expressing fear and anxiety about visiting Oakland and the Oakland Coliseum. The script includes descriptions of perceived dangers, such as entering through gang territory and the lack of security, which contribute to the overall narrative.

πŸ’‘Fan experience

Fan experience encompasses the overall enjoyment and comfort of attending a sporting event. The video contrasts the fan experience at the Oakland Coliseum with that at Oracle Park, noting differences in amenities, crowd engagement, and the general atmosphere.

πŸ’‘Oracle Park

Oracle Park, home to the San Francisco Giants, is depicted as a modern and well-maintained stadium offering a positive fan experience. The narrator discusses the amenities, such as climate-controlled VIP seats, private restrooms, and a lounge area, which are lacking at the Oakland Coliseum.

πŸ’‘Concession stand

A concession stand is a small refreshment or snack counter, typically found in stadiums and arenas. The video mentions the smell of grease from the concession stands at the Oakland Coliseum, contributing to the narrator's impression of the stadium's decline.

πŸ’‘Attendance

Attendance refers to the number of spectators present at an event. The video discusses the low attendance at Oakland Coliseum games, with an average of around 3,000 fans, which is significantly lower than most minor league teams and indicative of the team's struggles.

πŸ’‘Gang territory

Gang territory implies an area controlled or frequented by gang members. The video script mentions having to drive through gang territory to reach the Oakland Coliseum, which adds to the perception of danger and contributes to the overall negative impression of the visit.

πŸ’‘Sunburn

Sunburn is a skin condition caused by overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays. The narrator humorously mentions getting sunburnt, which adds a personal and relatable element to the story, showing the challenges faced even outside the stadium.

Highlights

The Oakland Coliseum, built in 1966, is one of the oldest stadiums in professional sports.

Oakland Coliseum is located in one of the most dangerous cities in America, with the team planning to move to Las Vegas.

The stadium has one of the lowest attendance rates, averaging around 3,000 fans, with some suggesting the real number is closer to 500.

The author describes the stadium environment as feeling like a third-world country, with a strong smell of grease and a sense of unsafety.

The author's experience includes being cussed out by employees when food runs out.

The author visited the San Francisco Giants' stadium, which is rated as the second-highest in baseball and is only a 19-minute drive from Oakland.

VIP tickets for the Giants' game included a lounge, padded seats, wait service, private restrooms, a private bar, and climate control.

Oracle Park, home of the Giants, offers incredible ocean views but is affected by strong winds.

The author humorously mentions a giant Coca-Cola bottle that doubles as a slide, with a height restriction for safety.

Despite the Giants not being a top team, the stadium was crowded with passionate fans.

The author's experience in San Francisco included unisex bathrooms and a sense of safety compared to Oakland.

In Oakland, the author expresses fear and anxiety about the environment, even before entering the stadium.

The Oakland A's Coliseum appears as a ghost town with few staff and directions, leading to confusion for attendees.

The VIP section in Oakland lacked the amenities and cleanliness of the Giants' VIP section, with the author describing it as 'disgusting'.

Despite the negative experience, the Oakland A's won the game, providing a positive moment amidst the author's concerns.

The author's trip to Oakland ends without any major incidents, but with a strong sense of relief and a declaration of never returning.

The author rates the Oakland A's Coliseum as the worst MLB stadium ever, based on his personal experience.

Transcripts

00:00

today we're going to sit VIP at the

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worst baseball stadium which happens to

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be in one of the most dangerous cities

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in

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America

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Oakland it's dangerous as what it is

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built in 1966 the Oakland Coliseum is

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one of the oldest stadiums in

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professional sports but with the team

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planning to leave to Las Vegas it's in

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one of the saddest States it's ever seen

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most minor league teams have a higher

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attendance than Oakland they're

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averaging around 3,000 fans and people

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are even saying that those numbers are

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inflated and the amount of fans actually

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showing up is closer to 500 good Lord

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this place looks like a third world

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country we could smell the grease from

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the concession stands I've never felt so

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unsafe the employees cuss us out when

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they run out of food this stadium is

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basically the hood and you know it's

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getting bad when you have to turn off

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the comments on your own team's

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highlights and if things couldn't get

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any worse a fan found this printed off

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sheet that was only supposed to be seen

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by the staff I feel bad for anyone that

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has an Oakland gift card I need to find

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out how bad this place really is so I

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booked tickets to the Oakland Athletics

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game in the VIP section I also want to

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see what a good baseball stadium looks

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like and it turns out the San Francisco

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Giants the second highest rated stadium

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in baseball is only a 19-minute drive

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away from Oakland so I got VIP tickets

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for the Giants game as well and since

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they helped me go to these games I think

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video the flight sucked there was no

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Wi-Fi and there was a food strike all

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they gave me was water and pretzels for

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12 hours I'm kind of scared right now

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I'm going to talk really quiet I'm

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really scared scared I'm really scared

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here

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tomorrow guys I cannot honestly put in

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words how freaked out and scared I am

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right now currently in San Francisco I

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hear people I hear people I hear people

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I want to show you guys my view but I'm

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kind of scared to show you my view the

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Giants game starts in about 2 hours and

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it's just across the street but I'm too

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scared to go you can do this okay I

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think we're good I think it's clear oh

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my there was I'm not kidding there was

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fights last night there were police

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there were all sorts of things going on

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outside my window I had anxiety it was

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my breakfast but I'll be honest I was

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too scared to finish it I've just been

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looking behind me constantly I got bad

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news guys I forgot my

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belt as a male there is nothing worse

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than forgetting your belt well other

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than having a kid with a hoe but and

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here is my ticket don't try to use it

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it'll already be used oh you have barbed

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wire back here that'll keep them out

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he hello hi I love San Francisco we're

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getting the experience we stayed at the

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hotel across the street from the Giants

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I figured if I got stabbed I could just

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walk across the street bleed out in my

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hotel room I we headed to the game

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haven't been shot or stabbed yet but

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there's still pretty good odds that I

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will one thing that I thought was weird

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was the metal detectors they had them

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set up but for some reason I didn't have

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to walk through them I could have walked

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walked into Oracle park with a

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[Music]

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machete the wind here was insane it kind

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of screwed up most of the recording I

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mean I guess the Stadium's next to the

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ocean so you'd expect it the VIP seats

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in San Francisco come with a lounge

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padded seats weight service private

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restrooms also a private bar and climate

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control you also have access to the The

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Dugout Lounge oh okay you want to go

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there first sure yeah sure the Dugout

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Lounge is surprisingly Behind The Dugout

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in this place we had unlimited food and

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unlimited drinks it was actually quite

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nice in there like some sort of Rich

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fancy hotel some Cracker Jacks some Rey

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we got ice cream bars the

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Lizzies the lounge was cool I mean they

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had some nice meats and stuff I forgot

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to show you but it was all you could eat

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and it was all a w in my book one thing

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I didn't know when I booked my tickets

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is that these seats are actually below

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ground level and they have nice little

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TVs in front of every seat so you can

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watch the game while you watch the game

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though in the sun it's almost impossible

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to see the screen yo we're out here

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right now the game starts in about an

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hour or something but these are some

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nice seats I mean we got like TVs we're

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kind of like below the ground below sea

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level oh this is nice this is crazy one

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thing I didn't like about the seat

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though was the lack of leg space I could

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barely move my knees I felt like I was

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on some Spirit economy flight I figured

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it was time for me to shove azzy in my

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mouth so I hit up a place called doggy

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diner this place was selling $9 hot dogs

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$9 American we're just waiting for our

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Gizzy right now I'm hoping it's going to

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be here soon did you get nothing on it

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you forgot the toppings

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[Music]

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I think it's pretty good that's a good

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Gizzy but it's missing ketchup and

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relish or mustard or really anything

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there's nothing on it but I still enjoy

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the plain Gizzy there so I give this an

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8 out of 10 an 8 out of 10 on the Gizzy

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Oracle Park is right on the ocean and

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there's some incredible views but I

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can't get over the wind the wind in a

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baseball game like wouldn't that affect

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the way the ball would

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travel y

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I love black man I didn't know this but

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that giant cocacola bottle you see in

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the Outfield it's actually a giant slide

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a giant slide for midgets only yes if

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you're taller than this height you can't

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go on the slide I even tried to bribe

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them $100 they wouldn't take it the

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Giants aren't really the best team right

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now but it was really crowded there like

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there were a lot of people at this

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baseball game something that I have a

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feeling we won't see at the next game we

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go to I think I'm in the wrong PA

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I think this is

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the yeah it turns out that the bathrooms

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in San Francisco are unisex all I know

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is they took a massive dump next door to

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a lady

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[Music]

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[Music]

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very well done thank you so much for

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your time yo garia what's up you're the

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man y let's go let's go let's go

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[Music]

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Garfield America baby we got the bombs

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it's almost game time I don't know

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what's going on but a lot of little kids

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are out

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here G yes I'm way too white to be in

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this California

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Sun ho ho ho green g

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come on SO on

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boys get the seats are about as close as

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you could be to the action but the one

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thing they don't tell you about sitting

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so low is that when the wind comes which

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is all the time it blows dirt in your

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face I got so much sand in my eye I felt

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like I was on a beach the sand keeps

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getting in my eyes the sun was so hot

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and I'm a stupid cracker so I forgot

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sunscreen for that reason I spent most

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of my my time in The Dugout Lounge it

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wasn't because of the free liquor I

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promise thanks Try Daddy hey appreciate

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it appreciate youate come come you call

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me come in real life that nig's tripping

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if this video gets 10,000 likes troan

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will go to oblock mystery item

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$50 I think it's a

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snack this looks like

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an what is it well that's a lineup C

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there's they gave you a lineup c a

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lineup c routs on it show you the angels

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and Giants is show high on it yeah it

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was

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in I walked around the stadium to see if

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I could find a bad seat and even the

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furthest seat away was still not that

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[Music]

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bad and before we knew it the game was

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almost over apparently the games go a

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lot faster now with the shot clock but

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it's also costing the stadiums a lot of

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money and beer at least that's what one

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of the disgruntled employees told me

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[Applause]

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I bet on the wrong team man I did not

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bet on the right team

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[Applause]

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[Β __Β ] as soon as the game ended about

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4,000 seagulls showed up they knew

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exactly when to invade to get the

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leftover American snacks people were

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getting [Β __Β ] on like crazy Oracle bark

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was a great stadium with some amazing

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views and a passionate crowd you could

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tell people were excited just to be

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there there which I have a feeling will

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be the exact opposite of what we're

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going to see tomorrow we did not catch a

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ball today it would have been pretty

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hard from where we were sitting I mean

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it have to be quite dangle like a JFK

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bullet but hopefully we can get one

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tomorrow I want to catch a ball or if we

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have to steal one I mean we are in that

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part of the country right oh no I think

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this cracker is roasted now the game in

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Oakland is tomorrow at 6:40 p.m. we have

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about 29 hours in until the event and

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I'm going to use all that time to to get

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psyched up cuz I'm scared I am honestly

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I'm not kidding I'm very scared about

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tomorrow you can do this you can do this

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there's security there will be security

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maybe there might be security guys I'm

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honestly scared for my life they're

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probably smaller in Oakland I feel like

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they don't get as much nutrition you can

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probably take a gangster honestly

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probably take two the next day

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I just heard a car get bipped I'm so

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scared about today I started drinking I

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don't know if you can tell guys but I am

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so sunburnt I stupidly forgot that

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there's a sun here oh my God no it looks

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worse in the camera it's not that bad in

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real life trust me even though I'm

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sunburnt and only on 3 hours of sleep

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cuz I was up all night thinking about

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gangsters in Oakland we still got to do

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this okay we've came too

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far it's time to go to the hood I'm so

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scared right now I don't I don't know

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what's going to going to happen in

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Oakland I hope this isn't the end I'm

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excited cuz I heard that a crime is

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legal in Oakland so I'm going to fit

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right in all right

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boys ready to stand on business I saw

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this on the Oakland Athletics Reddit

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page it looks like the parking lot is

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not safe for anyone not even tires the

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drive to Oakland started off pretty

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Scenic it wasn't until we got closer to

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the stadium that we found out we were

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getting early access to Grand Theft Auto

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6

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y

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yo I'm not lying and anyone in Oakland

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knows this to enter the stadium you have

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to drive through gang territory unless

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there's another entrance the only one we

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could find was through the

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hood

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[Music]

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y we just arrived the arena and I'm not

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going to lie I am so scared and

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terrified right now I can we go back you

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want to go back to the Uber like

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I this place was an actual Ghost Town

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not only were there no directions to

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find out where you were going there were

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no staff anywhere to even help you we

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just kind of wandered around the stadium

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till we finally found a

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gate we're in we're in we're in boys

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let's go conduct and be considerate

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trying to enjoy the game the first thing

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I wanted to check out was the gift shop

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I figured there'd be some cheap jerseys

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there maybe half price you know 75% off

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no everything was full price plus some

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in fact I'm pretty sure the Giants

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merchandise was a lot cheaper than this

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oh that's nice how much is

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that nope

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okay we'd only been in the arena for

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about 4 minutes but we already hit our

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first

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[Music]

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lick so we're just walking around like I

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don't know where I'm going going like

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there's not many people here so you

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can't like follow people you just got to

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hope for the best I guess you have no

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idea where you're going in this Stadium

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like zero clue there's no directions

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anywhere it's like walking around in a

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giant concrete prison there's no

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direction there's hardly any

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people I'm lost peanut controlled

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seating

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entrance there's no way there's people

14:21

here that have a peanut allergy there's

14:23

no people here I'm at the top of the

14:26

Coliseum and I mean I'm out of breath

14:29

sorry lots of steps but it's empty here

14:31

there is nobody here the game starts I

14:34

think in like 30 minutes and I can count

14:37

like on my hand how many people we see

14:40

if you buy a ticket for this game you

14:42

can basically sit wherever you

14:50

want you can do whatever you please here

14:53

there's hardly any workers here to even

14:55

stop

14:55

you what would you like to order today

14:58

sir

15:02

what is this so these are the the

15:06

urinals oh this is rough so what you

15:08

just take a leak in these can you take a

15:11

poop in them Yo zesty you got a poo in

15:13

you what why do you have four rolls of

15:16

toilet paper we hit a lick in Oakland

15:18

it's nachos it's $106 for regular nachos

15:21

that's

15:27

crazy we could literally go wherever we

15:30

wanted we could walk into people's

15:31

Suites no one was there we could walk

15:33

into the staff rooms no one was

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there it felt like 90% of the things in

15:54

the stadium were just closed but there

15:56

were a few things still open like this

15:59

restaurant/bar

16:03

we can't find our seat we have no idea

16:06

how to get over there we can't even

16:08

figure it out I don't even know how to

16:09

get there the game was starting and we

16:12

couldn't even get to our seat no one

16:14

could help us we were completely on our

16:16

own we still can't find our seat still

16:18

have no idea where we're going I I

16:20

cannot so confused after 30 minutes we

16:25

finally found the VIP section found it

16:27

we found we're supposed to be going

16:31

finally unlike the VIP in San Francisco

16:34

you don't really seem to get as much in

16:36

Oakland apparently there's a weight

16:38

service though so we'll see how that

16:40

goes

16:42

yo thank you what's up man look Gizzy

16:45

gzy hand welcome to my head what's up

16:47

buddy what's in here put some wires

16:52

boys whoa Jesus

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16:59

been really

17:00

granted by way of the they gave us a

17:03

menu and everything on it was completely

17:05

free look at this big boy I see you

17:08

looking at it I see look I suck that

17:10

skinless right now the lounge area was

17:12

not the cleanest I felt like I was

17:14

backstage at like an indie wrestling

17:16

show or something ice cream you scream

17:18

VIP we take advantage of VIP this is a

17:21

sad looking

17:26

glit you could see me pretty good from

17:29

where I was sitting on TV that's

17:31

assuming anyone would watch this

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17:35

game

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[Applause]

17:43

Sal I didn't notice this at first but

17:46

the walkway to the VIP seats is actually

17:49

sharing a tunnel with the away team we