Re: Babe and Frankie---chill out.
posted at 5/12/2011 8:50 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Babe and Frankie---chill out.
[QUOTE]It is good that the forum has a thread for Yankee fans to flock to. ---titletown2 -------------------------------------------------------- Now you're getting it. This is their board. They've made sure of it. The majority of Sox fans here are their friends. That's they way they like it. Amazing a private forum was created for all of them to go to along with their other private Yankee/Sox sideboard, and yet, this one is still controlled by the same crew. That would make three boards for one majority group of posters. Sounds awesome. I'm just glad they got rid of a completely loyal Sox fan who loved his team, loved comparing them favorably to his rivals, and, basically, stayed in the thread he created and didn't go spreading his, supposedly, controversial views all over his own team's entire board. Just think, if they didn't, they might have to avoid that ONE thread/week or put him on ignore. I'd hate to put anyone through the burden of that.
Posted by kimsaysthis[/QUOTE]
Kim, the person that you are agreeing with is Pike. I believe this is why some thought you were one of his characters. The same "us and them" mentality. Nobody controls this board but you are giving it a good try. I remember you trying to bully the yankee fans into putting something in their posts stating that they were yankee fans. Like you had the right to do this and why did it matter?
Please explain to me what is wrong with being friendly with civil yankee fans? They are just people who follow a different baseball team, they are not psycho killers (well most of them).
At least Mikey is objective enough to call out the trolls on his side.
As to Smiley, I don't know why he was caught up in the purge of all of the pike characters. Maybe he was pike, maybe not, I don't know. He did a little more than "compare his team favorably to their rivals", but was harmless compared to pike, with his bitterness and bullying, which you seem to have had no problem with.