OT: Light Up Night

NKSplitter

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This will be the second year in a row Pitt's final home game takes place on Light Up Night. Last year, the game was a 3:30p.m kickoff and I recall being frustrated after the game because I wanted to grab dinner somewhere in town and everywhere I was considering going was packed out the door with longer wait times then I was interested in entertaining.

I can be a bit of a grinch and have no interest in partaking in any of the Light Up Night activity. So for those more in tune with how Light Up Night rolls; how soon after the game ends do I need to get out of town to avoid being trapped in a holiday themed hellscape?
 

HailtoPitt

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This will be the second year in a row Pitt's final home game takes place on Light Up Night. Last year, the game was a 3:30p.m kickoff and I recall being frustrated after the game because I wanted to grab dinner somewhere in town and everywhere I was considering going was packed out the door with longer wait times then I was interested in entertaining.

I can be a bit of a grinch and have no interest in partaking in any of the Light Up Night activity. So for those more in tune with how Light Up Night rolls; how soon after the game ends do I need to get out of town to avoid being trapped in a holiday themed hellscape?

This is why we fail.
 
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People profess to want lots of fans and big crowds (in this case augmented by a parallel event)… but then get peeved at the inconvenience of such…
 

NKSplitter

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This is why we fail.
This is why we fail how? I'm going to the game. I'd still be going to the game if it was at 3:30, I'd still be going to the game if was at 8:00p.m. What does my liking Pitt football and attending PItt football games; but not liking Light Up Night and wondering if I will be able to avoid it or not when the game is over have to do with program failures?
 

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