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Update: Giants Fans Complete Their Fundraising, Plan Aerial Banner Over Dodger Stadium

In a story we brought to you earlier this month, jealous Giants fans, chagrined LA's five championships (compared to their lonely single victory last year) plan to fly a "BEAT LA" banner over Dodger Stadium during the team's home opener next month.

The schemers have finally raised the $8,000 they need. Most of your comments and emails have said that we ought to just let this go and ignore their silly attempts to rile us up and make themselves feel good about their historically inept, Hallowe'en colored team with one fluke season. Others have said, in the words of the great Walter Sobchak, that this aggression will not stand, man. So what is our next move? Boycott the sign company? Raise money for our own banner? Do nothing? Let us know and we'll make it happen one way or another. Just like the local news, we're on your side.

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