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Hangar18
04-03-2006, 10:40 AM
I just had to mention this from last nite.

During the rain delay, I went to see if Nancy was at the game (she wasnt) and I overheard a minor disturbance behind me. As I turned to walk back to my seat, I really started to hear what was going on in front of me, a guy wearing what looked like a fresh blue hat with the Red C on it, along with the matching jersey and "Jones 11" on it. This guy was getting grilled by everyone within sight. He was flipping people off as he walked, very brash and arrogant, with his new jersey of the soon to be All-Star Jones, and the catcalls were pretty funny, he ducked into the giftshop
and yelled back that our attendance will never match theirs and where were our fans (he must not have noticed the full-house) What is wrong with these people? I know I call them the Dumbest Fans In Baseball daily, but can they really be this stupid? He reminded people that nobody watched the World Series, others yelled we went to a series, he yelled things like "cheated" and "phony championship". I reminded him his franchise hasnt won anything in quite some time, and he was the real loser for his continued "support" of that team .....................I walked off and was totally satisfied to hear the hordes of sox fans giving this pompous guy the business as I walked off.

chisoxmike
04-03-2006, 10:43 AM
I just had to mention this from last nite.

During the rain delay, I went to see if Nancy was at the game (she wasnt) and I overheard a minor disturbance behind me. As I turned to walk back to my seat, I really started to hear what was going on in front of me, a guy wearing what looked like a fresh blue hat with the Red C on it, along with the matching jersey and "Jones 11" on it. This guy was getting grilled by everyone within sight. He was flipping people off as he walked, very brash and arrogant, with his new jersey of the soon to be All-Star Jones, and the catcalls were pretty funny, he ducked into the giftshop
and yelled back that our attendance will never match theirs and where were our fans (he must not have noticed the full-house) What is wrong with these people? I know I call them the Dumbest Fans In Baseball daily, but can they really be this stupid? He reminded people that nobody watched the World Series, others yelled we went to a series, he yelled things like "cheated" and "phony championship". I reminded him his franchise hasnt won anything in quite some time, and he was the real loser for his continued "support" of that team .....................I walked off and was totally satisfied to hear the hordes of sox fans giving this pompous guy the business as I walked off.

DumpJerry was telling me about this moron last night. I guess he sat by him. When the Indians tied the game this guy got up and started dancing around. I doubt he made it out alive.

Hangar18
04-03-2006, 10:47 AM
DumpJerry was telling me about this moron last night. I guess he sat by him. When the Indians tied the game this guy got up and started dancing around. I doubt he made it out alive.

If anyone ................sees this buffoon at a game next time, ASK HIM WHERE HIS GARCIAPARRA JERSEY IS? hahahaahahaahaha idiot.

Uncle_Patrick
04-03-2006, 10:52 AM
Come on Hangar, we all know that Cubs fans don't care about the White Sox and aren't extremely bitter this year.:D:

SOXPHILE
04-03-2006, 10:53 AM
So.....let me get this straight. This jackass puts on full Cub regalia, the worst, most losing team in the history of all pro sports,- (and fresh off another, pathetic, 79-83 season)- and goes to opening night for THE WHITE SOX, where there will be tributes, and a banner raising, all commemorating their 2005 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP. That is the very definition of the word "masochist".

Baby Fisk
04-03-2006, 10:54 AM
:contreras:
"You should have thanked him for helping pay my contract extension... e gracias!"

robiwho
04-03-2006, 11:09 AM
DumpJerry was telling me about this moron last night. I guess he sat by him. When the Indians tied the game this guy got up and started dancing around. I doubt he made it out alive.

I think this is the guy DumpJerry and the rest of section 112 "disappeared" last night...

thepaulbowski
04-03-2006, 11:10 AM
If anyone ................sees this buffoon at a game next time, ASK HIM WHERE HIS GARCIAPARRA JERSEY IS? hahahaahahaahaha idiot.

Even better, how about his Fred McGriff or Bruce Kimm jersey! :cool:

itsnotrequired
04-03-2006, 11:41 AM
chisoxfinatic had a "Stupid Twins Fan Moment" last night. It was after the game and some guy in a whole Twins outfit was down by the Sox dugout. She looked at him and sad "The Twins? What the heck?". The guy made the #1 sign and turned away.

:rolleyes:

Uncle_Patrick
04-03-2006, 11:59 AM
I'm always curious about the mindset of someone who goes to a game all decked out in the clothing of a team that isn't even playing, especially for opening day.

itsnotrequired
04-03-2006, 12:05 PM
I'm always curious about the mindset of someone who goes to a game all decked out in the clothing of a team that isn't even playing, especially for opening day.

http://keyboardconspiracy.com/puddy.jpg

"Gotta support the team. Let 'em know you're out there."

C-Dawg
04-03-2006, 12:23 PM
.....he yelled things like "cheated" and "phony championship".

I got that argument from some lady who was a fan of the Angels, at Tempe Diablo. I responded with "Hey didn't the Angels bat something like .150 in that series?" She couldn't respond to that.

Uncle_Patrick
04-03-2006, 12:33 PM
I responded with "Hey didn't the Angels bat something like .150 in that series?"

That was all the umpires' faults, of course.

credefan24
04-03-2006, 01:43 PM
I have come to the realization that being a "Cub Fan" is more of a diesease, like alcoholism. You know it's bad for you, it ruins your life, and no individual, with half a brain, would subject themselves to it.
Yet, these people plod along, like lambs to the slaughter, each year enganging in a drunken haze of revelary at the largest outside beer garden in the world. It's pointless to engage these people in any meaningful conversation. When you try talking to an alleged "baseball fan" about the northsiders' lack of pitching, and the only response you get is "yeah, well, we have more fans" you know you are dealing with a subhuman life form.
That's what makes it so frustrating. Sox fans know baseball and have an appreciation for the game, not for the bar next door.

GO SOX

Dick Allen
04-03-2006, 01:44 PM
DumpJerry was telling me about this moron last night. I guess he sat by him. When the Indians tied the game this guy got up and started dancing around. I doubt he made it out alive.Sometimes things like this make me glad I don't have season tickets. If I saw this guy, he definitely would NOT have made it out alive, and I would have been thrown in jail (though they should honor me in this case). I give props to you people who were around this guy and didn't do what I would have done.

viagracat
04-03-2006, 02:23 PM
The way I sees it, "You Light Up My Life" was once the No 1 tune in the country. That doesn't make it a good song. Same with the Cubs. Just because a lot of people go to Wrigley doesn't mean they're the better team in Chicago. Time to start ignoring those idiots.

The Sox have a recent World Series Champs banner in their park and the Cubs don't. End of story.:smile:

pdimas
04-03-2006, 03:11 PM
I have this buddy who is a die hard Cubs fan. He was always giving me the business about my Sox. Last year though he grudgingly gave me props when the Sox won the series. Yesterday he came to the opener with some friends of mine and he was dressed from head to toe in gray and black. Nothing he had on said Sox but he was sporting our colors. When I asked him what the deal was he said that he may be leaning more towards rooting for the south side. My reaction :o: . I was pretty shocked to say the least. He quickly responded by saying not to make to big a deal about it to our other friends. I told him I wouldn't and to help show him the path I let him wear my '83 home White Sox jersey i just happened to have laying in the back seat of my car. The only thing I asked for was a picture for proof. Which he let me take without a fight. :D: Then we proceeded to do more of this :gulp:

MM2112
04-03-2006, 03:28 PM
I saw that same guy at the game last night, and before I could say "What the hell are you thinking?", hordes of Sox fans began heckling him...including tossing paper towels, napkins, and free MBNA t-shirts in his direction. His walk picked up to a quick skip and gallop....



I was so proud of my boys..sniff

DumpJerry
04-03-2006, 05:22 PM
Yes boys and girls, that sounds like the jerk who was in my section. When he showed up in his brand-spanking new Jones Cubs jersey (I think it was number 10, not 11, but that does not matter) and bight blue fresh-off-the-assembly-line hat, everyone in the section just shook their heads. We all thought "what a loser. The Cubs are not part of this game and does he think we give a hoot what he thinks?"

He was only seen going up and down the aisles without incident until Buerhle gave up the dinger. The place was quiet, nobody was moving and then this mis-anthrope gets up and does the Umpire's home run signal. If his remains are found there will be no DNA left to identify the body.:angry: :angry: :angry:

Of course I was thinking it's a good thing Cub fans aren't obsessed with the Sox like we are with the Cubs.

MarySwiss
04-03-2006, 05:37 PM
Yes boys and girls, that sounds like the jerk who was in my section. When he showed up in his brand-spanking new Jones Cubs jersey (I think it was number 10, not 11, but that does not matter) and bight blue fresh-off-the-assembly-line hat, everyone in the section just shook their heads. We all thought "what a loser. The Cubs are not part of this game and does he think we give a hoot what he thinks?"

He was only seen going up and down the aisles without incident until Buerhle gave up the dinger. The place was quiet, nobody was moving and then this mis-anthrope gets up and does the Umpire's home run signal. If his remains are found there will be no DNA left to identify the body.:angry: :angry: :angry:

Of course I was thinking it's a good thing Cub fans aren't obsessed with the Sox like we are with the Cubs.

Hey, pal; good to see you post! I was afraid the cops had already collared you, although why whacking this guy would be considered a crime....

Anyway, whaddaya wanna bet he's the brother of the chick (I use the term "chick" extremely loosely in this case and only because "bimbo" does not fit, inasmuch as that word implies that the woman in question, although an airhead, could possibly be considered attractive to some--most likely astigmatic--man) who was running around in Tucson during ST in full pathetic Cubbie garb, wearing the "I Boo Sox" license plate? Seems likely to me.

And why I didn't slap her one....!!!!

WizardsofOzzie
04-03-2006, 05:37 PM
I think the best part is this guy is actually pouring money into the team he hates so dearly. Im willing to bet he's that guy that always roots for the underdog that is making the playoff run, cubs 03, red sox 04, cubs 05. What a sad sad little man.

DumpJerry
04-03-2006, 06:11 PM
Hey, pal; good to see you post! I was afraid the cops had already collared you, although why whacking this guy would be considered a crime....

Anyway, whaddaya wanna bet he's the brother of the chick (I use the term "chick" extremely loosely in this case and only because "bimbo" does not fit, inasmuch as that word implies that the woman in question, although an airhead, could possibly be considered attractive to some--most likely astigmatic--man) who was running around in Tucson during ST in full pathetic Cubbie garb, wearing the "I Boo Sox" license plate? Seems likely to me.

And why I didn't slap her one....!!!!
Without a doubt! We did see some people with Cub hats on during the tailgate and that was ok. However, dressing up in full regalia when your team is not at all connected with the game being watched is a cry for help. We really did not know what he was expecting......he got to see the glorious (and I mean GLORIOUS!) pre-game celebration of last season. If it were the Cubs and not us and I witnessed that, I would have barfed.

BTW it took me a while to post because I'm exhausted from last night!

I'm thinking he lost a bet..........

MarySwiss
04-03-2006, 06:29 PM
Without a doubt! We did see some people with Cub hats on during the tailgate and that was ok. However, dressing up in full regalia when your team is not at all connected with the game being watched is a cry for help. We really did not know what he was expecting......he got to see the glorious (and I mean GLORIOUS!) pre-game celebration of last season. If it were the Cubs and not us and I witnessed that, I would have barfed.

BTW it took me a while to post because I'm exhausted from last night!

I'm thinking he lost a bet..........

So you stayed for the entire game? Way to go!! And I heard your tailgate was a big success as well.

And I know you like a good zinger, so how's this? One of the guys in my NCAA pool--the one who took me up on my repeat bet, poor lost soul!--referred to the Sox as "losers." My response? "They're losers? Gosh, I hope that doesn't mean I have to give back the three grand!" (Heh-heh!)

Meanwhile, I cannot believe the COTC is still seven weeks away. But I'll bet it flies.

DumpJerry
04-03-2006, 06:56 PM
So you stayed for the entire game? Way to go!! And I heard your tailgate was a big success as well.
Left halfway through the 7th. 12:20 A.M. Some people ve to work around here......:cool:

MarySwiss
04-03-2006, 07:12 PM
Left halfway through the 7th. 12:20 A.M. Some people ve to work around here......:cool:

Well, judging by your recent spate of posts, I'd say you are wide awake now! And lemme see, 12:20. That'd be 10:20 around these parts! :D: