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HootieMcBoob
08-16-2001, 12:52 AM
The guy sitting behind me claimed he was a "huge cub fan" yet he said he hasn't gone to a cub game all year. He made some great comments throughout the game:

"What position is Jose Canseco? Where the hell is Frank Thomas? What, he's hurt? God, what a weiner - cryin about being hurt all the time."

"Ahahaha!!! Look at Magglio Ordonez' dumb jersey! It has a stupid squiggly line by his 'N'!!!!"

He polished off a half a dozen beers and every sentence had the F word in it. Not one intelligent thing came out of his mouth all night. I was laughing out loud all the time, i couln't believe the stuff he was saying - it was priceless!

Great game, let's sweep tomorrow!!!

Nellie_Fox
08-16-2001, 01:12 AM
Of course, I'd never be at a Cubs game. However, I'd know next to nothing about their guys. It's hard enough to keep track of the Sox from out of state. If Sammie was out for the year I think I'd know about it, and I sure know what the "squiggly mark" over an N in a Hispanic guy's name means.

ihatethecubs
08-16-2001, 03:23 AM
theyve really been coming out at comiskey lately. its good because it gives you something to do when the game is going slow. im sure theyve been coming to games he past few years but now they feel safe wearing their adorable cubbies gear at comiskey. me and sme guys sitting by me really started giving some cub fans a hard time so the sox security made the cubs fans move so nobody would start a fight with them. i think they like watching baseball without posts in your face and being able to park your care less than 4 miles away.

chisoxfanatic
08-16-2001, 03:25 AM
Originally posted by HootieMcBoob
Not one intelligent thing came out of his mouth all night. I was laughing out loud all the time, i couln't believe the stuff he was saying - it was priceless

As if you were expecting anything less than that from a Cubs fan!

Heather the Redbird

Viva Magglio
08-16-2001, 08:08 AM
This guy ripped Mágglio for having his jersey read "ORDOŃEZ" as opposed to "ORDONEZ"? Sounds like a xenophobe.

fado
08-16-2001, 09:07 AM
I was also at the game last night, and what bothered me more then anything was the crowd of Cubs fans that were in the bullpen bar cheering about the scrubs victory last night. then some guy had the nerve to make a very loud comment to a very large Sox fan about how more people are watching the TV and the Cubs then people are watching the Sox. Lets just say this large Sox fan took offense to the comments and bitch-slapped him. Both guys were escorted out of the bar and all of the cubs fans had to leave too because the one guy was their ride. So I was happy.

duke of dorwood
08-16-2001, 09:10 AM
We had 5 of them in our section last night. Were just starting trouble, smoking in the seats, they were asked to stop, and kept blowing smoke at us. Ushers did nothing. I'm sure they didnt pay for those seats they were in either. They bashed everything that went on too. Very annoying creatures. :)

:woo-woo


MY GUYS

rmusacch
08-16-2001, 09:34 AM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by duke of dorwood
[B]We had 5 of them in our section last night. Were just starting trouble, smoking in the seats, they were asked to stop, and kept blowing smoke at us. Ushers did nothing. I'm sure they didnt pay for those seats they were in either. They bashed everything that went on too. Very annoying creatures. :)


If someone blew smoke in my face, they would never be blowing smoke again. In Kosin's case, he would just have them escorted from the park.

LuvChiSox
08-16-2001, 09:44 AM
Usually the flub fans I see at the games are the most obnoxious, and they're the ones who try and start the wave. There was one at one of the Seattle games who had his flubbie blue jersey on with a Seattle cap.
Most times they get chased out by the Sox fans if the Andy Frains don't do it.

I always get a laugh over the ones with the "Wrigley Field" caps. What's next, jerseys with an ivy print on them?

cheeses_h_rice
08-16-2001, 10:24 AM
Apparently it's now safe again to wear Flubbie blue hats and shirts. I didn't see a single piece of Flubbie merch all weekend through Monday, but then, one yesterday and 2 already this morning (2 tools wearing Flubbie hats walking downtown). Hmm, do you think winning the last 2 games had anything to do with it? Buncha fairweather turds...

Procol Harum
08-16-2001, 11:04 AM
Originally posted by cheeses_h_rice
Apparently it's now safe again to wear Flubbie blue hats and shirts. I didn't see a single piece of Flubbie merch all weekend through Monday, but then, one yesterday and 2 already this morning (2 tools wearing Flubbie hats walking downtown). Hmm, do you think winning the last 2 games had anything to do with it? Buncha fairweather turds...

I think you're on to something, Cheeses. I'd be willing to wager that the two goofs walking around downtown (were they in business suits, I wonder???) were transplants from California or somewhere out East trying to show their Chicago yuppie with-it-ness.

cheeses_h_rice
08-16-2001, 11:08 AM
No, they were your run-of-the-mill, homogeneous white 20-somethings wearing t-shirts and shorts. Average Flub fans, in other words. Why they were downtown at 8:30am, I dunno.

Procol Harum
08-16-2001, 11:11 AM
Well, there went my prophet credentials--but you know the types I was envisioning in my guess.

KingXerxes
08-16-2001, 12:11 PM
Don't get me wrong here, because I am not making any judgement calls, and I certainly have tried to avoid the great White Sox vs. Cubs debate for the past 40 years - but if you live long enough guys you'll see everything.

Years ago (late 1960's or so) the big joke around Comiskey Park was that Wrigley Field sold 3.2 beer. Fans used to kick back, and amongst themselves, joke that more beer was being sold during this Sox/Senators game than was sold at the last 13 day Cub homestand. As I grew older and sat out in left-center, there was always a group out there smoking pot like there was no tomorrow - even if there was a full house. Swearing was totally tolerated, unlike Wrigley where the little Andy Frain ushers used to show you the door for using profanties. It was a rougher crowd at Comiskey than at Wrigley, no doubt, but they always prided themselves for that in that it differentiated them from the crowd at Cub games (who were always deemed to be little kids....We wanna hit - We wanna hit ). Cub fans used to counter that their park was family friendly, and offered much better food (Smokey Links and Ron Santo pizza) among other things.

Well here it is - 35 years or so later, and I'm reading about boorish Cub fans who drink too much beer, and smoke in the seating area and swear.

I'm not kidding you - 180 degrees.

Randar68
08-16-2001, 12:34 PM
I'm not kidding you - 180 degrees.

Well I have to agree, when I was a kid, it wasn't a Sox game without a fight in the LF seats...

Well, come to think of it, I have unintentionally brought some of that back to Comiskey, but hey, that's what happens when Cubs and Tigers fans get drunk at another team's ballpark....*****!!!