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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by StinkusP1nkus, Sep 18, 2016.
You seriously went to that game? I thought thread title just meant your team was playing there
Open the thread and search my posts fella
I'd be fine with her standing in front of me the entire game.
My blood pressure can’t take those people that stand around until everyone is held back/down and then start adding punches. Makes me so angry.
I am genuinely surprised that we had Philly in LA and boys in SF with not one video yet.
Eagles fans were like 75% of that stadium too.
They were legit loud.
Can definitely tell that wasn’t dude’s first rodeo with his lady
I think the entire town of Buffalo was in London this weekend. My hotel was at least 70% Bills fans.
Also, I'd venture to guess that the Bills fans only brought Bills clothes to wear.
Lol I made the same comment to my wife. Like they don’t allow other clothes in the city outside of official bills gear
Fantastic butt on the lady who was getting hit in the face tho
We were in Westminster Abbey and there was a 60 year old woman in Bills tights and a Bills shirt. Wildly inappropriate for the setting but rock on I guess.
I mean I find it kinda embarrassing to go overseas for a game and where only bills shirts when sightseeing. But whatever floats people’s boats.
Seems like a ton of Americans who typically only vacated in Florida and Branson are now trying out Europe coming out of the pandy.
I’d imagine euros are seeing some wild Americana haberdashery ala thin blue line culture.
To be fair, you traveled to Europe’s America to take in America’s trashiest sport. Any level of embarrassment should’ve ceased to exist at that point
I was in Paris in 2016 and ran into this Pennsylvania family wearing bright orange Mossy Oak hoodies. They said to me "isnt everyone so rude here?".
I was already going to be there, not embarrassed to the attend the game would have been weird to just watch the game at a friends house when it was happening a few miles away
Under appreciated component of this video is the synchronized rising of the three lads in front at the :32 second mark. Great response time, and something that I imagine comes innate with being a Raiders fan; gotta keep that head on a swivel, especially when you’ve got the low ground when fuckery is afoot.
Parisians are notoriously snooty. Unless you’re there speaking flawless French or clearly present as well off, probably going to deal with a solid amount of disdain. I don’t fault them for it, as their city is constantly bombarded with tourists that don’t give a single flying fuck. It is what it is in that regard, but lmao at wearing hunting attire there and being like “what gives?!”
I agree when people tell me Parisians are pricks. I can't imagine if some place like Dallas Texas had 30 million foreigners visiting each year, there would be riots. Instead in Paris, some local is snobby to you for standing in the middle of the sidewalk posing for a picture.
The camo story is even worse than that. The family was there as a Make a Wish, the youngest kid had cancer and he decided he wanted to go on a family trip to Paris. So he got that wish... only for his family to show up wearing their Cracker Barrel tuxedos and thinking the food is shit. Felt for the little cancer kid.
The worst I’ve personally ever felt as a tourist was in Amsterdam, as I was stoned out of my gourd (pre-legal weed) and basically playing frogger amongst all of the cyclists. Boy did I feel like a dumbass and I can only imagine their level of frustration dealing with so many people coming to their city to get absolutely zonked
I stepped off the bus at 5am, tottering under the weight of my backpack and thinking for a half second about which direction to walk. Cyclist came within inches of running over my foot and cursed me. Welcome to the Netherlands.
Europe is just varying levels of white trash, how do people not grasp this? go to Japan or Korea if you want to deal with decent human beings (or people bound by intense societal pressure to be decent and later curse about you from the comfort of their own home).
This is a bonkers take.
This is Euro stuff but still funny.
Police Aim To Charge 3 Men In Death Of Patriots Fan At Game
By Jason Hall
October 12, 2023
The Foxborough Police Department intends to charge three men in relation to the death of a New England Patriots fan that stemmed from an incident at Gillette Stadium last month, TMZ Sports reports.
The department told the website that it has submitted criminal complaints to prosecutors seeking assault and battery and disorderly conduct charges for three Rhode Island men linked to the death of Dale Mooney in September. Police didn't publicly identify the suspects, nor provide additional details of evidence linked to the case, but did confirm that the three men were somehow involved in the incident, which took place during the Patriots' 'Sunday Night Football' game loss to the AFC East Division rival Miami Dolphins on September 17.
Officers decided to seek charges after concluding interviews with witnesses, as well as reviewing video footage of the incident. Video footage shot by Joseph Kilmartin -- a fan who witnessed the incident -- that was obtained and shared by WCVB shows Mooney, 53, approach a group of fans in the 300-level section of Gillette Stadium just prior to the altercation.
"He basically grabbed another fan," Kilmartin told WCVB. "They started tussling around for a few minutes. At one point, another fan walked over. He punched him ... and the man just went out. It was pretty hard to watch."
Witnesses said they noticed several verbal confrontations between two groups of fans in the 300-level section during the 'Sunday Night Football' matchup.
"I just saw a movement within that group that really denoted that there was some physical altercation going on and some people trying to break it up, some people trying to -- you know -- kind of distance themselves away from it," said witness Keith Noonan via WCVB.
Mooney, a father of two from Newmarket, New Hampshire, was reported to have fallen to the ground and never regained consciousness. Kilmartin had previously told MassLive that he saw Mooney and a Dolphins involved in a physical altercation late in the fourth quarter.
“The Dolphins fan walks over and clearly punches him in the face,” Kilmartin said. “[He] gets knocked out and you can tell right away he’s not OK.”
EMTs arrived at the scene and performed CPR, however, Mooney never got back up, according to Kilmartin, who also gave his account of the incident to the Foxborough Police Department.
“It’s an unfortunate situation,” he said. “I feel bad for the family.”
Mooney's wife, Lisa, said her husband was a Patriots season ticket holder for the past 30 years.
“I want to know what happened. What caused this?” Lisa told WCVB. “I just don’t understand why people have to go to that extreme. Why can’t it just be fun? That’s all it’s supposed to be, a fun family event.”
Kilmartin said he saw police take one man into custody, however, no charges have been filed in relation to the incident.
A fun family event... lady this isn't an apple orchard
It's the 300s shit pit
half cousin out of wedlock. thank you for being clear.
that punch was the best thing thrown by someone in a Fields jersey all season
Was that a fucking father and son? Some trash ass people.
love the 1700s outfits tbqh
I get anxiety seeing upper deck fights near the bottom for fear someone gets tossed over the railing.
Everybody slipping and sliding
My son and son in law went to the Cardinal’s Rams game on Sunday. All I could do is think of this thread. Luckily the tickets my son in law was given by his client were decent and among Cardinal fans and family.
Didn’t have the random guy in the Raiders jersey as the voice of reason
what a bunch of schlubs and losers
there are people who wear old jerseys because it is cool / they love the player. and then there are just people who can only buy one jersey in their life and are tuck with it
So many sucker punches averted by wet cement.
An old boss of mine gave me tickets to a couple of Rams-Cardinals games in Glendale a few years back. Never saw a fight but did see a Rams fan, sitting by himself, taking way too many uncomfortably zoomed-in pics of the cheerleaders.
Using breast cancer awareness flags as weapons