The insantity continues!

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    Re: The insantity continues!

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    There is a breakdown in civility in this society.  We need to change things, or the collapse of the family structure will lead to the collapse of our country. Many people are unaware of the extent of the problem. The breakdown of the family structure is responsible for much , if not most , of the problems in this society. It had better change before it becomes too late. 

    Stabbed by Foulke.



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    Re: The insantity continues!

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    Not be blame the victim but anyone with half a brain should know better then to go to an opponent stadium flashing the visitors colors.  I've been to Yankee stadium, the Trop, Camden Yards and Wrigley and no one in my family is allowed to wear Sox gear.

    I wouldn't wear cloths soaked in gasoline prior to lighting a camp fire either.  In the end your responsible for your own safety.  


    actually T it was the orioles playing the washington nationals. I've seen people wearing yankee caps at fenway when the yankees were not playing that day. it's just fans wearing their teams caps is all. certainly not worth getting your head bashed in and landing in the ICU.

     
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    This crap just totally pizzes me off. I just read about two azzclowns that heckled a young yankee fan at camden yards for two hours eventually beating him up and him landing over the rail suffering massive head trama and cardiac arrest. If not for a fast thinking off duty state trooper (who by the way was a childhood friend of this guy) performing cpr on him he would be dead now instead of being in the ICU at a local medical facility. The police got the two morons ages 22 and 21 and bail was set at 50,000. I pray to the above that these two get sent away for a long time and find out what it's really like to get picked on. my question is what the article said. where the hell was security when this was going on. we all know for a fact that that kind of stuff won't cut it at yankee stadium or fenway park. My prayers are with this guy and his family and I hope he doesn't end up like the guy that got beat up at dodger stadium. He's basically a vegetable now.

    for cripes sake it's just baseball man!



    WOW talk about taking things to far.  In the end this is all just a game.  it's not like USA vs. Al Queda.

    Personally I believe that people who get violent of sporting event must suffer from some form of stupidity.  

    Of course there are two sides to every story.  I go to Yankee stadium all the time, I went I wore my Pats Jersey multiple times at Jets games and I've never felt treatened before.  So when I hear stories like this I wonder if the guy did anything to provoke this.  My guess is he probably did, but I don't know the whole story and even if he was being a complete **** that isn't enough to justify beating someone up to the point their life is in danger.

     
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    Re: The insantity continues!

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    This crap just totally pizzes me off. I just read about two azzclowns that heckled a young yankee fan at camden yards for two hours eventually beating him up and him landing over the rail suffering massive head trama and cardiac arrest. If not for a fast thinking off duty state trooper (who by the way was a childhood friend of this guy) performing cpr on him he would be dead now instead of being in the ICU at a local medical facility. The police got the two morons ages 22 and 21 and bail was set at 50,000. I pray to the above that these two get sent away for a long time and find out what it's really like to get picked on. my question is what the article said. where the hell was security when this was going on. we all know for a fact that that kind of stuff won't cut it at yankee stadium or fenway park. My prayers are with this guy and his family and I hope he doesn't end up like the guy that got beat up at dodger stadium. He's basically a vegetable now.

    for cripes sake it's just baseball man!

     



    WOW talk about taking things to far.  In the end this is all just a game.  it's not like USA vs. Al Queda.

     

    Personally I believe that people who get violent of sporting event must suffer from some form of stupidity.  

    Of course there are two sides to every story.  I go to Yankee stadium all the time, I went I wore my Pats Jersey multiple times at Jets games and I've never felt treatened before.  So when I hear stories like this I wonder if the guy did anything to provoke this.  My guess is he probably did, but I don't know the whole story and even if he was being a complete **** that isn't enough to justify beating someone up to the point their life is in danger.

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    well the story was that he and his girlfriend were really minding their own business. I have always said that excess alcohol clearly brings out the absolute worst in people. those morons heckled that kid for over 2 hours and he said and did nothing. when they saw that they couldn't provoke him it escalated to physicallity. I do hear what you're saying but in this case it was verified by eye witnesses accounts to the police.

    title this as being in the wrong place at the wrong time for that kid and his girlfriend. dodger stadium redux. 

     
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    Re: The insantity continues!

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    Not be blame the victim but anyone with half a brain should know better then to go to an opponent stadium flashing the visitors colors.  I've been to Yankee stadium, the Trop, Camden Yards and Wrigley and no one in my family is allowed to wear Sox gear.

    I wouldn't wear cloths soaked in gasoline prior to lighting a camp fire either.  In the end your responsible for your own safety.  



    Are you serious???????? NOT ALLOWED to wear Sox gear? You gotta be kidding me!

     
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    Not be blame the victim but anyone with half a brain should know better then to go to an opponent stadium flashing the visitors colors.  I've been to Yankee stadium, the Trop, Camden Yards and Wrigley and no one in my family is allowed to wear Sox gear.

    I wouldn't wear cloths soaked in gasoline prior to lighting a camp fire either.  In the end your responsible for your own safety.  

     



    Are you serious???????? NOT ALLOWED to wear Sox gear? You gotta be kidding me!

     

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    You young lady are a girl after my own heart! Rock on!Smile

     
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    Not be blame the victim but anyone with half a brain should know better then to go to an opponent stadium flashing the visitors colors.  I've been to Yankee stadium, the Trop, Camden Yards and Wrigley and no one in my family is allowed to wear Sox gear.

    I wouldn't wear cloths soaked in gasoline prior to lighting a camp fire either.  In the end your responsible for your own safety.  

     

     



    Are you serious???????? NOT ALLOWED to wear Sox gear? You gotta be kidding me!

     

     



    You young lady are a girl after my own heart! Rock on!Smile

     



    I will wear Sox gear to Yankee Stadium, but I am always prepared to take the hat off or put a Jacket over the jersey....as I said it has gotten alot better, especially if you are in good seats(bleachers may be different), but when you see that you may be surrounded by unruly, and getting drunker fans, I try and avoid the confrontation, especially when I am there with my children.  Years ago when it was bad, I was at a game Clemens was pitching for us where we took a 9-0 lead, and I happened to be there with two good friends who are die hard Yankee fans and as we always do I was giving them a hard time....one of my buddies is 6-6 and about 300 lbs....a guy behind me(with his friend) decided to spill his whole beer on me, thinking he would get backed up by my friends the Yankees...wrong assumption.....I had to pull my huge friend off of him and save his life.....and we ended up being escorted out......and wouldnt you know it, the Yankees came back and won the game....and my buddies missed it.....so I got to give them a hard time for a different reason.

     

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