Have fun at the US Open !

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Have fun at the US Open !

Postby seb » Tue Aug 24, 2004 7:14 am

Better stay at home and watch it on TV:

From the US Open Official Site:

Your cooperation and patience is greatly appreciated as we expand our security efforts to make your visit to the 2004 US Open as safe and enjoyable as possible. Prohibited Items are:
Sealed packages of any kind
Hard coolers or like containers
Glass bottles or cans
Aerosol cans or noisemaking devices
Alcoholic beverages
Commercial video cameras or recording devices
Computers or laptops
Food (except in small quantities, or for medical, dietary or infant purposes) :KooKoo:
Weapons (regardless of permit)
Pets (unless a service animal)
Banners or signs
Laser pointing devices
Bicycles, scooters of any type, in-line skates, roller skates, skateboards
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Postby dryeagle » Tue Aug 24, 2004 1:22 pm

Yeah, thats how it is every year. Normally they let you bring food in though, so I'll have to look into that one. Last year they banned food and after day 1 they got so many complaints that they let you bring in food for the rest of the tournament. The US Open is probably the highest priced sporting event in the world for concessions, sandwiches go for over $10 and a beer is like $8.

What I'm most concerned with is that the Republican National Convention is in NY next week. Most people, like myself, take the train into Penn Station (or Madison Square Garden where the convention is) then the Long Island Railroad out to Flushing. Its probably going to be a security nightmare in NYC and with all the protesters outside its probably going to be crazy.
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Postby FulhamFan » Tue Aug 24, 2004 3:20 pm

The stupidest one is no banners or signs. Every sporting event I know has signs. I also wonder what defines "small quantities". Does a bag of potato chips define "sealed packages"?
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