Saturday, April 25, 2015

New England Fans

Sure they have two World Series rings and three from the Supes just in this decade. They also have too much time on their hands. Witness the entitled attitudes when A.J. Daulerio pokes a stick at Belichick and Brady, and the Athenians of America strike back. The action is in the comments.

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Billbelichick Sure they have two World Series rings and three from the Supes just in this decade. They also have too much time on their hands. Witness the entitled attitudes when A.J. Daulerio pokes a stick at Belichick and Brady, and the Athenians of America strike back. The action is in the comments.

(Yes, we're from there, but we're the sort of lovable losing Red Sox fan of the previous century.)

Anthony
Posted 11/28/2007 09:55:14 PM
I had lunch at Champions on Sunday and chatted with two fans from Rochester, whose Bills had just been smoked by the Patriots the week before.  They were rooting for us last Sunday night, and for a while they were probably happy.
When the Red Sox fans invade Citizens Bank Ballpark, their arrogance needs its own section.  They invented baseball now, and they'll be back in 2008 spewing the same garbage, and the Sox will probably kick our butts like the last time, making matters worse.

I think there's something about dominant winning that most people don't like and something about the Pats and the Sox that almost everybody outside of New England doesn't like.

Geez ... now the Celtics.
daniel rubin
Posted 11/30/2007 11:26:00 AM
Yes, last night they made the Knicks look the Washington Generals. Not that I mind....
Anthony
Posted 11/30/2007 10:27:32 PM
Was that pathetic or what?  The Knicks' leading scorer had ... what ... 7?

Walt Frazier, Dave DeBusschere, Earl Monroe, Willis Reed ... and those guys.  Exactly why the NBA is practically unwatchable now.

This is worse than when George Costanza got a job with the Yankees.
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