Thursday, July 08, 2010

Best Seat in the House

The Excellence in Sports Programming Network Magazine recently determined that seat 16 in row 17 in section 113 in the HP Pavilion was the ultimate sports seat.

They factored in things like ticket price, elbow room, view, success of the team and access to things like bathrooms and beers.

There are a few problems with their numbers.
-the seat wasn't at a Steeler's game
-it was a set at a hockey arena
-it was a lone seat.  There was no other seat in that row...which was the elbow room plus.  Who wants to go to a game and sit by themself? 

I've determined that just about any seat in Prasko park(Home of the Spikes) is the best seat in sports.  In fact, I've recently been told that Monday, July 12th is Chick Fil-A night at the park.  That means free chicken sandwiches and free baseball.  Win Win.

I've determined that the right side of our loveseat in the living room or family room (I don't know which is which) is the best seat in air conditioned sports.
-Access to a 27 inch old school television set. (not flat, which makes it harder to steal)
-conditioned air flowing from beneath the loveseat
-7 feet from fridge
-13 feet from a fully functioning bathroom
-21 feet from offstreet parking (free)

Just something to keep in mind for the next Super Bowl...

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