Actually, no, it isn't, because the not-liking in this case had nothing to do with the topic. It had to do with the post not adhering to the guidelines. And if you don't like the guidelines of the site (for any "you" out there), then I'd say you need to move on. If the rules of this site bother you so much that being asked to adhere to them makes you wail and gnash your teeth, there are lots of other sports sites out there where you'll probably be a lot happier. At a minimum, if you'd rather complain about the guidelines than follow them, you need to take it to the Locker Room. LOL, this is a free forum open to all yet some "people" have to claim it as their own. And I have to make my point again, its not about the rules. Its all about marketing and creating ways to get "people" to visit Yahoo! for money. If you want to have your serious little club where all follow the rules, then create your own site and charge a fee. Somehow I think you would enjoy that while being able to tell others how they should act. There are more serious matters in this world other than getting your shorts in a bunch over such trivial matters. Did Santa bring you a gift card in order to get a life? I hope so!
posted by panteeze at 09:21 AM on December 26
Oh, read the guidelines already for heaven's sake, people. Sheesh. If you post a FPP to SportsFilter, you post a quality link (not Yahoo), and you keep your opinions out of the FPP. You're welcome to expand on them in the comments, but not the FPP. If you don't get why that's a good idea, that's fine -- the internet is full of sports forums that don't have these standards. But SportsFilter does have them, and if you want to raise a discussion about their validity, do it in the Locker Room. There will always be "people" in life who are freaked out if you don't follow the rules to a T. Its nice to see so much time can be dedicated to such serious matters. Here is a better idea. If you don't like the topic or the post, move on. That is so simple. The true reason for this forum is to get people to use Yahoo! and generate numbers to get maximum advertising revenue. Lets not be so nit picky with the rules "people".
posted by panteeze at 08:47 AM on December 26
And really, how severe was his crime? With all do respect to people who have lost loved ones in drunk driving accidents, they weren't lost to Dontrelle. Did his pissing on the street paralyze anyone for life? It's time to look at DUI on a case by case basis. Get out the torches and rope when someone is actually hurt. Wow! I am guessing the folks at MADD won't be beating down your door to become their next spokesperson. The fact that DW didn't hurt anyone doesn't lessen the severity of the crime. That would be like saying I took my gun out and made several attempts to shoot you and missed. And because I missed, whats the real harm? To me, cars in the parking lots at bars whos owners are intoxicated are nothing more that bullets looking for a target. Sooner or later, the bullet will connect and you hope your not the target. DW made a very dumb mistake and showed poor judgement; perhaps because he thought his stature in Miami would make him above the law. He is very lucky he didn't actually hurt someone. But, imho, his penalty should be as severe as if he did hit someone. Ok, in keeping with the tone of all of the posts on this thread, let me have it now!
posted by panteeze at 08:14 AM on December 23
The helmet if "off the chain". Tieguy, its only a matter of time before we see a "swoosh stripe" on our paper currency.
posted by panteeze at 09:32 AM on December 17
Some of the above comments are making references of the NBA to the NHL. Atleast in the NHL they have a more controlled fight. The fight doesn't last very long and the game moves on. Maybe its time for David Stearns to put glass around the court and let these guys duke it out and keep the fans safe. As for Marshmelo Anthony, what a wuss! Tosses and connects on a haymaker then runs away like he just clocked his big brother and then reality set in. He should be fined for being a pansy. As for the actual foul that started the melee, it didn't look all that bad in slow motion. Major overreaction in my opinion.
posted by panteeze at 09:27 AM on December 17
posted by panteeze at 07:22 AM on December 06
What no ToysRus/IHOP Bowl? How about a HoneyBakedHam Bowl? Back in Battle Creek we actually held one called the Cereal Bowl. No kidding! Ya, anyone with some cash can get in line behind the BCS, ABC, the NFL (free farm system) and anyone else who wants to exploit the college athelete. By providing a free education (tuition is covered by non athelete students i would imagine)and in return the school gets millions. BRILLIANT! I know this is somewhat off topic but all this bowl bs is about MONEY! Isn't it about time the players get their fair share of the pie?
posted by panteeze at 07:38 AM on December 05
Forgot to add that Wisconsin should be outraged by being snubbed. They only lost to Michigan. How the f*ck does Notre Dame deserve a BCS bowl over Wisconsin?
posted by panteeze at 08:14 AM on December 04
My guess is the BCS, ABC and the Rose Bowl didn't want Wisconsin to play against USC. Michigan got screwed in many respects but if they beat Ohio State the first time; this point is moot. By the way, how can a team fall in the polls by not playing? And all of us who think the BCS is a joke will tune in and watch the games thereby reinforcing to ABC and BCS their system works. Don't watch the games people! lol
posted by panteeze at 08:07 AM on December 04
So I am not offended by the comment nor do I see anything to get upset about. So based on some of the logic presented by individuals above, can I now be offened that some of you were offended by Steve's comments. I think I can! Do you see how ridiculous this can become?
posted by panteeze at 07:42 AM on October 15
Perhaps the Cleveland Indians could use the same marketing strategy.
posted by panteeze at 07:42 AM on October 12
On another note, USC informed the parents of the rules. They signed a form acknowledging that they were informed. If USC is penalized for this, then universities are going to be asked to find out where all the parents of all the athletes live and work and whether they deserve the salary they make and can afford the houses they live in. It seems highly invasive. I don't see how the parents have any legal authority in this matter. College atheletes over the age of 18 are legal consenting adults. The actions of the parent should have no consequence on the athelete. It seems absurd to me that Reggie's parents actions can affect him in this situation.
posted by panteeze at 02:03 PM on September 15
Can't help but comment on the temptation of money in college football. Agents are so eager to sign these prospects and they seem willing to ignore the NCAA rules. I'm sure its very hard for a poor player to ignore the money being put in front of them. If only the players were compensated for their skills other than tuition, room, and board. Then they might not have to be tempted by the unscrupulous agent. Tuition, room and board is hardly a fair exchange for the revenue they help generate, in my humble opinion. Its a very harsh lesson to be stripped of the trophy and to forfeit all the games but one that has to be implemented. I am not well versed on the rules agents must obey. Are they to be punished as well?
posted by panteeze at 07:37 AM on September 15
Why have any song at all? Just show the dang game.
posted by panteeze at 12:15 PM on August 31
Maybe it is not proper to compare Jordan, Ali, Gretzky and Tiger as they did all compete in different sports. However, they do all have one thing in common...........They are not afraid to kick their opponents in the nuts when they are lying down.
posted by panteeze at 01:32 PM on August 21
Would that Bengals receiver be name Chris Collinsworth? lol
posted by panteeze at 08:16 AM on August 20
How many of you guys actually watch an entire pre-season game? I certainly don't. But I gather there are enough TV ratings to justify the coverage and the games. Its all about money. From a dollars standpoint, there is a 20 game season plus the playoffs. Season ticket holders are required to buy tickets for the pre-season. And in most cases, those pre-season tickets are given away to those who can't see tickets for regular season games. As long as the cash keeps flowing, nothing will change. But its sad that you have to pay full price for half of a product for 4 games. But if I am an owner, I am smiling at the demand of the market place.
posted by panteeze at 10:07 PM on August 16
Bit harsh to lump Player in with those others, panteeze. Maybe. I don't disagree with you that Player was physically fit. But he certainly wasn't built like Tiger (almost the size of an outside linebacker). I also agree that Tiger's swing is physically taxing on his body and I hope he can avoid future injuries by being careful. I don't think Tiger spends that much time on his endorsements. If you think about it, Tiger plays no more than 20 tournaments a year. That leaves him 32 weeks of time each year to devote to free time, endorsements, basically whatever he wants. I also don't think his travel, unlike other PGA members, is a drain on his energy. Having your own jet and yacht at your disposal certainly has to have its benefits. Time will tell though if I am wrong. Most of all, I agree with you that this is really fun to be a witness to this era in golf. I live 2 miles from Medinah and will be there every day to witness the fun firsthand. I am looking forward to revisiting the tree on number 16 where Sergio jammed his club in the base and hit an incredible shot followed by his famous hop.
posted by panteeze at 10:30 AM on August 09
We have at minimum five more years of Tiger on his current pace, and probably more like ten. If you really think he's over the hill and has lost the ability to win, I can only assume you're (a) forgetting about the four tournaments he's won this year already (including the British Open) and/or (b) Tonya Harding, and you've got a secret you're not telling us. I agree and I think Tiger is just reaching his stride. One factor worth mentioning is Tiger's physical conditioning. He cleary has an advantage over Jack, Arnie, Gary, Lee, etc.. as do most others on the PGA Tour today. You hear the phrase "Todays 40 is yesterdays 30" tossed around quite alot these days. Tiger might have another 15 strong years left in him before he begins to slow down.
posted by panteeze at 10:17 PM on August 08
Ho-hum,Tiger wins another birdiefest on an overmatched course.Yet,the 50 win accomplishment is impressive,and Tiger is a great player. But I'll predict right now that the PGA at Medinah won't be No. 51. I don't really want to stir up the "Tiger can't win on truly tough courses" thing again,but two weeks from now,I'll be saying I told you so. The idea that Tiger can't win on tough courses and wins on an overmatched course is somewhat trivial. Tiger has already proven he can win on a tough course as well as the birdiefest courses. What is impressive to me is that he has shown he can beat the competition on several different venues requiring a dominating set of skills. It doesn't matter to me the difficulty level of the course, you still have to beat all of your opponents to win. It is kind of like making a par 5 into a par 4. Does it really make that much difference in the outcome? In the end, the player with the least amount of strokes wins. Medinah will be a tough test for all of the field, not just Tiger. I will be very suprised if Tiger does not post a Top Ten finish. One argument that can't be disputed is Tiger is the BEST PLAYER of his generation. I think trying to compare him to the greats of the past is like apples and oranges. The game has changed so much since the Jones, Palmer and Nicklaus eras. But it certainly is fun to debate the merits of each players accomplishments.
posted by panteeze at 10:38 AM on August 08
My vote goes to Lee Elia when he referred to the Cub fans as unemployed bums.
posted by panteeze at 11:56 PM on August 02
Why do they always leave Slippery Rock off the lists?
posted by panteeze at 11:53 PM on August 02
If you hate it so much, I hear President Chavez is creating a socialist utopia in Venezuela and he likes it when Americans come and visit. Can't you constrain yourself to a response on the merits and leave the vitriol out of it? Panteeze, why do you feel the need to make it personal Enough said Venice.
posted by panteeze at 10:59 PM on August 02
I'm saying the only way a post can be trivial is if it's not given any attention. It's obviously not true in this case. Come down off your horse frazer. One of the most difficult things to do here is communicate your intent. I admit I blew this one by not clarifying my message. I do not think people who post here are trivial. I think some of the posts are not worth so much attention though. But like so many posts on this site, the original message gets lost and people tend to pick apart your comments as if they are the ultimate authority on the subject. That to me is humorous.
posted by panteeze at 04:56 PM on August 02
If you have a problem with FPP's about "ridicuously over paid atheletes" (sic x3), then I advise you to stick to the college sports FPPs. You managed to hit on one of the other recurring themes that drives me nuts, people complaining about how much pro athletes get paid. Welcome to a capitalist free market, panteeze. If you hate it so much, I hear President Chavez is creating a socialist utopia in Venezuela and he likes it when Americans come and visit. It's one thing to voice an opinion, another to join in a conversation saying "Who cares?" Obviously, the other people who are posting care. If you don't, move on. It just bothers me when pro athletes are accused of being selfish and overpaid, or their work ethic questioned, for having a skill and making the most of it in the marketplace. It's total hypocrisy. Wow, I am taking a beating here. Thanks Weedy for some support. What pro atheletes make is ridiculous! I am not complaining about that at all. I am stating my opinion that I do not care what Roger does or does not deserve. More power to him for what he has done. Just curious Venicemenace, how do you excatly define a capitalist free market? Is it a market where everyone is able to compete on a level playing field? Or is it a market where lawmakers take donations to become elected and then pass legislation favoring those who helped them thus creating an unfair market? Why don't you run down to your local government and ask for some tax support to build a new stadium and start your own baseball league. I'm sure you will be welcomed with open arms. I chose long ago to forgoe major sporting events in person. Tickets are way out of line and yes, I think they are overpaid including Roger. Why are they overpaid? Because people are willing to fork over hard earned dough to either watch someone else live out their fantasy or just escape from their own miserable lives. Man there are many big egos on this post. Get a life people, its only an opinion, not life or death.
posted by panteeze at 04:49 PM on August 02
panteeze, you think Roger never worked a day in his life? You don't last as long as he has in MLB, and still bring the heat, by being a couch potato. mjkredliner, you have amazing insight, or not, where did I ever mention Roger being a couch potato? If you don't care, don't post! "Who cares" posts are quickly becoming my biggest SpoFi pet peeve. My biggest SpoFi pet peeve is these trivial posts about ridicuously over paid atheletes and what they do or don't deserve. My second pet peeve is with with people who don't respectfully let you have an opinion if they don't agree with you.
posted by panteeze at 09:15 PM on August 01
I am not a horse racing fan nor knowledgable about the sport. Am I wrong to think the only reason they are keeping this horse alive is for his sperm?
posted by panteeze at 02:02 PM on August 01
I am here to take some time out of my life, and my work, to comment on a guy (very selfish at times) who makes tons more than me and really never has to work another day in his life. So here is my bitter comment today: WHO CARES! To add a sub-topic to this post......... Who is better? Maddux or Clemens? Maddux is more cerebral, Clemens has more raw talent.
posted by panteeze at 01:54 PM on August 01
espn teevee sports news coverage in general has pretty much sucked ass for quite awhile now. Harold was one of the few respectable personalites left on ESPN. Its too bad we can't fire ESPN. They have pretty much sucked ass for quite some time now.
posted by panteeze at 05:19 AM on July 26
the whole tournament disappointed me!. i cannot believe how easy the course played for a major event. There will always be criticism that a major course was either too easy or too hard (Bethpage). To me, wheather the course is set up easy or difficult, the best golfer for the week will have outplayed the others. Tiger clearly outplayed everyone else. His course management dominated all the competition. He is not "Phil the Thrill", he does was he has to do to win. How do you think Tiger would have played the 18th at Wingfoot if he were in Phil's position? My guess would be, 2 iron, 2 iron, three putt for bogey and win. In my humble opinion, he is the best golfer in the world today for the last 10 years counting.
posted by panteeze at 05:03 PM on July 24
The reason for that (I think) is that everyone good enough to be in contention in a major is already financially comfortable, if not a multi-millionaire. Very few of them feel like they have something to prove anymore. I am of the opinion that you would have a full field for all of the majors if the only prize was the trophy. I don't think the cash prize matters to many; they simply want to win the dang thing and be recognized by their peers.
posted by panteeze at 12:58 PM on June 29
The 10 mil prize will make players mouth drool for sure. But don't ya think this is more of a bone for the tv networks to boost ratings in an otherwise anti-climactic end to the season? What would really be cool would be to play all of the majors in consecutive weeks at the end of the year.
posted by panteeze at 09:41 AM on June 29
His comment was sophmoric at best. A third grader at the school yard could have matched wits with Ozzie.
posted by panteeze at 08:46 AM on June 22
Oops, I did not notice there has already been a post for this topic with a different article. Sorry!
posted by panteeze at 10:52 PM on June 21
Hindsight is 20/20 but Phil could have reached the green safetly with 3 8 irons I would imagine. Great theatre would have been to easedrop on the conversation Phil had with his wife Amy after he mucked the tournament. Amy loves her face time on the 18th green and the money that comes with winning. She might have been more disappointed than Phil. Anyone catch the comment Phil made in an interview when asked about Tiger not making the cut? The reply was "First of all, I am not going to lose any sleep over it." I'm guessing Tiger can same the same about Muckelson's blunder on the 18th. One final thought...Years from now, we mostly remember who won the tourney, not how they won. However, Phil will now always be remembered for how he lost the US Open.
posted by panteeze at 09:39 AM on June 21
Nice post. Enough said.
posted by panteeze at 09:25 AM on June 14
Michelle might not have won this time but it will happen very soon! I wish I had half the skill she has at the age of 16. Rember people, she is only 16! 10 years from now, Wie will have atleast 10 wins in the majors and we will all be immune to her media circus by then. Her accomplishments are a big story but I think she is being exploited by the media, Nike and tv networks. And I think she is demonstrating remarkable maturity for a 16 year old girl. I am very suprised that no mention was made in any of the previous posts about Pat Hurst. The tournament was hers to win and she failed. Had she been a media darling like Wie, the press would have smothered her collapse at the end.
posted by panteeze at 09:37 AM on June 12
ok, i am not going to pretend to be a fan of soccer. I have tried to watch ABC's coverage and I agree with previous posters that its lacking in quality. Soccer has yet to fufill its potential in the USA; its hardly appointment tv for the masses like football. The current ABC tv coverage will not help the cause.
posted by panteeze at 02:23 PM on June 11
"You will never see this much excitement in any other sport." Do you think your being a little bit over zealous? lol
posted by panteeze at 08:40 PM on June 10
There are many clubs that exclude entire groups of people. They just don't have the media exposure of augusta national. Seriously, what is the big deal that Augusta chooses their own membership criteria? Womans Workout World prohibits men from being a member. I don't see any national womens organizations complaining about that. Also, I'm sure it costs an average joe a life savings to join Augusta, if allowed. Why doesn't anyone complain about that Augusta discriminates based on income also? Augusta is a private club. They do not owe anyone anything. I'm sure they don't hate women, hate poor people, hate the handicapped, hate single parents, etc......... They just have the right to set their own membership criteria. Why do so many people spend so much energy bashing Augusta, Hootie and their membership criteria? The only reason I can think of is that Augusta National has name recognition and opposing parties try to capitalize on their reputation for cheap publicity. Its frickin about time someone stand up (Hootie) and says "Tough shit if you don't like it, I am not here to please you!"
posted by panteeze at 01:16 AM on May 07
To me there is a bigger issue here than Tiger's utterance of the word "spaz". The issue being various media entities intentionally opted to either omit "spaz" from their story or they requested Tiger to provide an alternative quote. Isn't the media supposed to report the whole story objectively?
posted by panteeze at 02:34 AM on April 12
OK, this thread got to me. It strikes a nerve when the media blows things way out of proportion. SPAZ from Websters: Domain: Slang Definition: adjective. Source: From the word Spastic. Definition: Someone having spasms. Context: Used in speeches when people refer to others as being uncontrollably enerjetic. Social Source: Bend High School Class of 1999-2000 . Source: Compiled by The University of Oregon. (additional references) In my opinion, Tiger's description of his play last Sunday was accurate. Give the guy a break!
posted by panteeze at 06:00 PM on April 11
Fuzzy Zoeller isn't really from abroad is he? He sure isn't from aguy so he must be from abroad.
posted by panteeze at 05:38 PM on April 11
In Canada, it's different. You have to be a great hockey player to acheive any of this. That's why we're morally superior. Feel the smug, people, feeeeeel it. LMAO Weedy! Guess Mike Weihr has the green light to say whatever he wants.
posted by panteeze at 05:37 PM on April 11
He's been condemned by the Australian Spastic Centre, paralympian Tanni Grey Thompson and the British charity Scope I really don't think this has a much to do with Tiger being offensive as it does the exploitation of his name for cheap publicity.
posted by panteeze at 05:34 PM on April 11
Congrats to Phil for a job well done. He looked very relaxed. If Tiger makes his putts on the back nine; this column would be about the greatest back nine in the Masters history. Just about every shot Tiger hit on the back nine was right on the money.
posted by panteeze at 09:38 PM on April 09
I am going for the guy who has the lowest score after 72 holes. Anything more specific than that is nothing more than a crap shoot.
posted by panteeze at 03:58 AM on April 06
You'd be surprised how many superstar athletes (like Mark Messier) have "dirty little secrets" out there. I wonder how many Sports Filter members have dirty little secrets too? I find it very premature to pass any judgement based on one article written by a third party.
posted by panteeze at 03:42 PM on March 29
If you didn't get your opinion from the media where did you get it from? Unless you've met Barry then the only contact you've had with him is generated by the media. So if I see a clip of Barry speaking on tv that means the media influenced me? Does the media tell Barry what to say?
posted by panteeze at 02:02 PM on March 12
The cheerleading teams represent schools that choose to belong to the NCAA, which chooses to follow AACCA safety rules. If they don't like it, they can choose to cheer elsewhere or choose to lobby the NCAA to change the rules. So is it acceptable to change the rules during the peak of their season? Seems unfair to me. I'm sure many of the cheerleaders think they are getting a raw deal.
posted by panteeze at 11:39 AM on March 12
Yet another case of the I Will Decide What is Best for You Syndrome! Leave these decisions up to the men and woman involved. Ultimately, they know what is best for themselves.
posted by panteeze at 04:02 PM on March 11
OK Grum, you don't like the media and I don't like Bonds. Don't use my comments as your pulpit to preach to us your disdain for mass media. The media did not influence my opinion of Bonds, I can make my own decisions. And I don't have to spend time with Bonds to have an opinion of him, an opinion that can be good or bad.
posted by panteeze at 01:29 AM on March 11
Did you really not think that through? You do realize that the media can control what you see and hear, right? If all you see are negative (positive) things about a person, you tend to get a skewed view of reality. Wow, and I thought the drugs were skewing my view of reality. Thanks for clearing that up for me all wise and knowing grum. By the way, have you spent any time with members of the media? You surely must have based on the media bashing your slinging.
posted by panteeze at 05:50 PM on March 10
.. as presented by the media, since it's probably unlikely you've ever actually spent any time with Barry Bonds. Grum, I can say I have never spent any time with Barry. I am basing my opinion from interviews I have seen on TV and quotes from news articles which I might add were presented by the media. I really did not know the media was controlling Barry's mind and making him speak. I marvel at today's technological advances. I feel duped now.
posted by panteeze at 04:07 PM on March 10
The bottom line here is that if you like Barry Bonds, you will spin your arguments in favor of him and if you don't like him, well................. Personally, I don't like the guy. I find him to be aloof, arrogant and indignant. But the steroids did not make him a great baseball player, he had the skills before the roids. The roids allowed him to get some extra yardage on his hits. Baseball should allow steroids and have a roid home run distance of 800 ft. They should have a roid hall of fame too. And there should be a roid Olympics. Why do so many people care so much about a record anyway? Remember the scene from the Ten Commandments at the end of the movie. The jews turned on Moses and made a gold statue out of ignorance. The gold statue in modern day represents sports records, trophies, academy awards, etc. Its so sad. By the way, can anyone on this forum come out and say they have never cheated on anything in their life? By anything, I mean playing games as a kid, sports, work, etc...... If you can, you have my vote for the next President of the United States.
posted by panteeze at 03:25 PM on March 10
Where have all the Americans gone? If it were you you sniveling pukes you would cry and then you'd seek the words that make this nation unique. "We are innocent until proven guilty." There is only hearsay which is inadmissable in our courts. The last I checked k-i-smet, this forum is not part of our judicial system. This is merely a court of public opinion. And dare I say............hearsay appears to count. One more thing......Who ya crappin?
posted by panteeze at 07:26 AM on March 10
i hate to say it, but white people never see racism in ANYTHING. i hate to say it, but black people always see racisim in EVERYTHING. If your thinking my repsonse is as ridiculous as the italicized quote, your right. Just a few quotes from Andy Rooney on 60 minutes a few weeks ago: "I don't think being a minority makes you a victim of anything except numbers. The only things I can think of that are truly discriminatory are things like the United Negro College Fund, Jet Magazine, Black Entertainment Television, and Miss Black America. Try to have things like the United Caucasian College Fund, Cloud Magazine, White Entertainment Television, or Miss White America; and see what happens.. Jesse Jackson will be knocking down your door." "When 70% of the people who get arrested are black, in cities where 70% of the population is black, that is not racial profiling, it is the Law of Probability." "I am sick of "Political Correctness." I know a lot of black people, and not a single one of them was born in Africa; so how can they be "African-Americans"? Besides, Africa is a continent. I don't go around saying I am a European-American because my great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather was from Europe. I am proud to be from America and nowhere else. And if you don't like my point of view, tough."
posted by panteeze at 04:34 PM on March 02
i hate to say it, but white people never see racism in ANYTHING. i hate to say it, but black people always see racisim in EVERYTHING. If your thinking my repsonse is as ridiculous as the italicized quote, your right.
posted by panteeze at 04:19 PM on March 02
I just hope this doesn't turn into another Davis incident like earlier this year (which he should not have been suspended at all. Punished for defending your wife of about 4 years? Next they will get punished for feeding their children, but nothing will happen if another girl gets raped....) Are you referring to Davis' wife, the wife who tossed a cup of hot coffee in a woman's face in a parking lot dispute? A wife who at the time of the coffee incident was illegally driving in the state of Illinois. A wife who I am sure did nothing that night at the United Center to provoke an incident? Anyway, KG is a good guy and I am sure there was no malice in his actions. I smell an academy award by the fan who was hit by the wayward ball. But, being as that may be, he should not have thrown the ball out of frustration. If I get frustrated over a parking lot snafu and toss a hot cup of coffee in someone's face, should I be held accountable for my actions? I think so.
posted by panteeze at 06:28 AM on February 28
I guess the size of the bear compared to the size of the mom make them polar opposites. Where was the ref? The fight should have been stopped when she hit the ground. All the testosterone in the world given to one man can't compete with a woman protecting her child, amazing story.
posted by panteeze at 06:52 AM on February 22
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