It’s okay as long as things are back to normal for the Bluegrass!<P.
posted on 04/01/2012 4:05:16 PM PDT
No reason for such behavior - this is not New York! Real shame! Kentucky was a winner no matter which team wins yet it seems that specifics matter. Guess the country is going all Liberal in their actions these days - way too bad.
posted on 04/01/2012 4:07:03 PM PDT
As of Sunday, 27 people were under arrest ... Earlier information that had been released saying there were 58 arrests was inaccurate
Oh, ONLY 27 arrested for rioting, arson, disorderly conduct, etc.
America - WTF did you go?
posted on 04/01/2012 4:15:56 PM PDT
It seems to me that one would be more likely to riot and set fires if your team loses and in your anger you lash out and set cars on fire. But this happens more when teams win than lose. In Wisconsin, after a Packer Super Bowl victory, we just get slobbering drunk celebrating.
wonder what the useless eaters would of done if they lost
posted on 04/01/2012 5:59:51 PM PDT
(American Hedonist - *DTOM* -ww- NO Pity for the LAZY)
Calipari has a great record! Never won the championship game, lots of vacated ones.
posted on 04/01/2012 6:02:09 PM PDT
by Coldwater Creek
(He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty Psalm 91:)
posted on 04/01/2012 6:14:03 PM PDT
Yeah, I understand completely.
When my St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series last Fall, I had an insatiable desire to destroy the private property of other citizens.
No better way to celebrate than to act like an uncivilized, ignorant savage.
posted on 04/01/2012 6:18:25 PM PDT
(2012: When the Levee Breaks)
ping...i was layin odds on weather louisville or lexington would be more dangerous after 'the game'...i decided that i wouldnt want to be in either city, win, lose, or draw...
glad i dont bother watching either one anymore...
posted on 04/01/2012 11:22:53 PM PDT
(Gov is not reason; not eloquent; its force.Like fire,a dangerous servant & master. George Washington)
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