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Bar Asks Cheeseheads To Burn Favre Green Bay Gear

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Some fans of the Green Bay Packers still can't believe that Brett Favre isn't their quarterback. On Monday night, the Packers play their rivals the Minnesota Vikings. Favre is now Minnesota's quarterback, after coming out of retirement. A bar and grill will set up a flaming barrel. A charity will get $10 every time a Packers fan throws in a green Favre jersey, poster or picture.

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Fans of the Green Bay Packers still can't quite believe that Bret Favre isn't theirs anymore. On Monday night, the Packers play their rivals the Minnesota Vikings. Favre is now the Vikings' quarterback after coming out of retirement. Packers' fans will show what they think at half time; a bar and grill will set up a flaming barrel. Ten dollars go to charity every time a wounded Packers' fan throws in a green Favre jersey, a poster or a picture.

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