Philadelphia Eagles Fans Crush Philly Cops
By Tom C Baker
PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team's 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game.
At first glance I thought Philadelphia was celebrating the new tanning lamps and tanning lotions I had just purchased for my tanning salon, Beach Tanning South Philly. Maybe not, but who knows. They did for some reason decide to party at the fifty yard line on Broad St. smack dab in front of my tanning salon. Tradition dictates that celebration takes place a half block or so away at Broad and Shunk or Broad and Oregon.
Philadelphia Eagle fans celebrating with DJ Kahuna, the Eagles 38 to 7 victory (beat down) over the Minnesota Vikings, were told to hit the road by Philadelphia's finest, men in blue. Instead of disbursing, the crowd chanted "assholes,assholes, assholes". DJ Kahuna continued to play on adding a little Meek Mills to his set. His speakers were blaring from his second floor apartment. Frustrated Philly cops ordered DJ Kahuna to surrender to first floor and abandon his music to no avail. The music played on and the fans continued to dance. No violence, no arrest. Let's give credit where credit is due. Philly's Finest had a unforgiving job to do that night. Controlling a crowd in Philadelphia that has not been to the Superbowl since 2004. The first video is all fun. The second video contains the word "asshole". A party in the City of Brotherly Love.
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Super Bowl ticket prices dip with Vikings out
With no shot of the Vikings playing in the Super Bowl at their home stadium, ticket prices on resale sites for the Feb. 4 showdown between the Eagles and Patriots slightly dropped.
The Eagles will be playing in their first Super Bowl since they lost to this year's AFC champions, the New England Patriots, in 2005.
After the game, huge crowds gathered in neighborhoods around the city cheering and chanting.
Earlier in the day, workers in Philadelphia who jokingly called themselves the "Crisco Cops" greased light poles to try to prevent fans from climbing up them after the game.
During the fourth quarter, Philadelphia police posted an image of Crisco on Twitter. While urging fans to celebrate responsibly, they wrote, "Now comes the time in the night where we must warn everyone about the dangers of Saturated Fats."
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