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11-20-2004, 10:50 AM
I'd like to take a minute to thank the Indiana Pacers for providing some much needed sports violence.
And Detroit was the perfect venue.......well the Garden might have been better.......but it was good.
Does the N.B.A. hope to lure the hockey fans away from our beloved game ? It won't happen , but I appreciate the effort.
The biggest draw back to such a plan is that most of these guys punch like sissies........Artest clocked the one guy and he just stood there and looked at him.......then his teammate with the orange headband took about a ten foot running sock at the guy that finally put him down.
Tell me that every personal injury lawyer in the state of Michigan didn't have a boner watching this go down ?
Great stuff......if you didn't see it , turn on any news or sports channel , as they will be beating this one to death for the next week.
11-20-2004, 11:58 AM
I saw the replays on this. Did you see the really old guy laying on the floor in the middle of the one pile? :D Monkey Dunk is not the place where fighters breed..... :poke: worst game ever invented... Fucking AHL really is a pale comparison :cry:
11-20-2004, 02:40 PM
Spufnik Posted: Sat Nov 20, 2004 2:58 pm Post subject:
I saw the replays on this. Did you see the really old guy laying on the floor in the middle of the one pile? Monkey Dunk is not the place where fighters breed..... worst game ever invented... Fucking AHL really is a pale comparison
Monkey Dunk! I love it Spufnik :D :D :D Bunch of jive-ass over paid pompous fuckheads! :dammit: Please bring back the NHL :gogdog:
11-20-2004, 02:41 PM
detroit reprezentin :devil: :punish: :twisted:
11-20-2004, 05:45 PM
Yess Sir deetwat sports! :boboli:
Weird as it seems this happened in my neighborhood and I'm just now hearing about it? :huh: awww fuck I been busy buyin' impotent stuff on da' net, like CIGARS! :devil:
That reminds me how come thers no torpedo stogie emoticon?!
11-20-2004, 09:26 PM
11-20-2004, 10:14 PM
I was watching that particular game last night, live in action, when the melee broke out. My first reaction was: Cool! The brothers are going at it! Then, after everybody started throwing their popcorn, beer, and soda-pop, big fucking deal. These guys ain't got shit on those European soccer (or what they call football) fans. What we need to do is import a whole bunch of Brit's to our side of the pond and teach the fans how to really kick some ass. For crying out loud, nobody even died in this NBA picnic. What kind of family sporting event is that?
Watch out boy, I'm-a-coming after you with a bucket of popcorn and a box of milk-duds. You better be fucking shitting your pants at the site of my ding-dongs!
What a joke! Give Ben Wallace and Artest a .50 cent cigar and let by-gones be by-gones. It was a small slam, barely 3rd rate.
11-20-2004, 11:30 PM
artest didn't want any part of ben wallace :D sissy boy :help:
11-21-2004, 12:42 AM
You are correct in every regard......we haven't had the level of fanatacism to get a proper football riot going yet.......but as Bob Zimmerman once said " These times , they are a changin "
I hope it is a sign of things to come.........not a sign of the impending apocalypse or anything of a biblical nature.....but a sign of some good , entertaining television for a welcome change.
I do believe I would have had to buy Artest a beer if I was sitting close enough........delivered overhand and of a reasonable proximity so as to expect to have hair and skin under my fingernails from the follow through.
The follow through is key to a proper delivery , in every thing we do.
Have the lawyers been on local t.v. yet ? That will be next.
11-21-2004, 01:06 AM
Basketball? What's that?
11-21-2004, 11:58 AM
I used to have Raiders season seats in Oakland. I saw a lot of shit go down in the stands, but never anything out of the ordinary, but the games I do recall the most violence were the A's games back in the late 70's & early 80's. Back then, you could get a bleacher seat on a monday night for $2. The whole bleacher section would be packed full of drunken rabid fans directly from the streets of Oakland. One time I counted 8 fights going on at the same time, and more than once they had to stop the game because the crowd was cheering on the 'Bleacher People' instead of the players. It was great. My boss and I would never miss a monday night game, as we were the bleacher people's biggest fans.
Hahahaha, that's great! :D
11-21-2004, 08:14 PM
Dig it , Bonz......there is one place to watch any professional sport.
One. And the Oakland coliseum is home to " THE " place to watch baseball and football.
Hockey should be the Forum in Montreal , but sadly , it is now gone.....and truth be told , if you ever get a chance to watch the Rangers and the Islanders in the Garden......you will know you are home.
I was at a pre season game a couple years back , and the Rangers were playing poorly.
It wasn't enough to boo them....the guy in front of us kept standing up and hollering " FUCKING BOO !" It was great.
I can't speak for basketball , because I don't really follow the sport.....I would have thought Boston Garden ( now gone ) , but Auburn Hills , Mi. put on a fair show the other night.
"FUCKING BOO!!!!" That's fucking hilarious. Some folks get so carried away. I was at a wrestling show once and some drunk bitch ran up and spit on the villain. Her hubby flicked a lit cig at another wrestler who had been tossed out of the ring, but he tried to shrink into his chair when this 6 foot 8 300 pound dude spun around to see who had done it. :dammit:
11-21-2004, 08:52 PM
at a high school hockey game they were yellin your mom swallows and all sorts of fucks and shits
11-22-2004, 09:42 AM
hooligans rool! and shit. sorta.... :twisted:
11-22-2004, 03:09 PM
:slap: I am out for a weekend and the retardation runs amuck.
11-22-2004, 05:23 PM
uh huh. yes it do. :hityou:
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