posted on 09/11/2007 1:30:16 PM PDT
Those Napp... er guess i can’t say that...
posted on 09/11/2007 1:31:32 PM PDT
(Orthodox Christianity -- Proclaiming the Truth Since 33 A.D.)
posted on 09/11/2007 1:32:46 PM PDT
This is a sick syndrome happening at almost all sporting events at almost every age level. People think just because they are at a game they can cuss, swear, be vulgar all they want and it’s OK becasue they are supporting their team or child. It drives me crazy without taking my kids anywhere, and I dread taking my kids to any sporting event. It is degeneracy run amok.
posted on 09/11/2007 1:35:47 PM PDT
(Like a muddied spring or a polluted well is a righteous man who gives way to the wicked. Prov. 25:26)
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posted on 09/11/2007 1:44:14 PM PDT
("I guess I like to do things that bother people." -Urban Meyer)
Without doubt college football fans are some of the goofiest most distasteful people I've ever met.
College football fans from New Jersey are just about beyond words.....
posted on 09/11/2007 1:51:45 PM PDT
( Comparing moderate islam to extremist islam is like comparing smallpox to ebola.)
Navy and Rutgers have a bit of a history. I went to the Navy - Rutgers game in Annapolis three years ago. Rutgers stayed on the field too long for their warm-ups, holding up the march-on and Navy from entering the field. Navy proceeded to thump them by four or five TDs (Kyle Eccles had a HUGE day). Maybe this is tied to that. But what else is to be expected from a crowd of drunken college students?
posted on 09/11/2007 1:52:17 PM PDT
(Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
This gutsy kid, a slotback who already spent three quarters being chased and tackled by gangs of defensive linemen and linebackers
posted on 09/11/2007 1:57:00 PM PDT
by Sue Perkick
(And I hope that what Iíve done here today doesnít force you to have a negative opinion of meÖ.)
Those students, like so many in New Jersey, contine to disgrace themselves. We might ask, where do these foul-mouthed hoots come from? What elements in the greater society are responsible for them? And, sadly, why do the rest of us choose to ignore them, rather than to correct them?
Hey it’s back East and in New Jerzey what else can a person expect.
Some view New Jerzey as the stinking cesspool for New York and I guess these fans are the Muckdivers in that cesspool.
posted on 09/11/2007 3:13:18 PM PDT
(Kalifornia, a red state wannabe. I don't take Ex Lax I just read the New York Times.)
It doesn’t happen just at Rutgers. I have personally witnessed the same rude chants at college sports events and seen/heard them on televised college events.
posted on 09/11/2007 3:23:29 PM PDT
(Fair Tax, you earn it, you keep it!)
Will this latest Rutgers/bad language incident result in Gov. Jon Corzine breaking another leg?
(Stay off the freeways!)
Midshipmen do the same thing when they can get away with it. My USNA summer company got fried when I was a plebe for singing "obscene" songs while marching to Navy-Marine Corps Stadium on game day. We sorta left a trail of shocked tourists in our wake.
That year at Naps really helped.
posted on 09/12/2007 3:59:39 AM PDT
(.....when the sidewalks are safe for the little guy.)
Enjoy it while you can, Rutgers. When I was at Navy, Rutgers was the team we scheduled at homecoming so we could smash the sh*t out of them in front of the alumni-—that is, if we couldn’t get William and Mary to commit. Reggie Campbell could eat your entire student body for lunch and have room in his gut for even more.
Bring Rutgers and their fans to the LA Coliseum for a scrimage against the Trojans - we will silence them ten minutes into the first quarter...
posted on 09/12/2007 9:09:30 AM PDT
(He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall never call retreat.)
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