Discussion in 'General' started by BigBird, Aug 30, 2021.
Meh...Mets/Jets suck anyway.
I mean, it's the Mets...
I was going to say it's the Mets, what do you expect.
Yes, for sure. Boo your owners out of revenue. It won't affect you...
LOL. Fan boos, like fan cheers are just part of being a professional athlete. Don’t like it, go flip burgers.
Professionalism! They get paid for it. and well too!
Fucking cryingass titty baby motherfuckers. Just play the damn game you are paid millions to play, and STFU.
Same thing goes for all the political bullshit athletes spout. Just because you can hit a ball or put a ball in a hoop, it doesnt mean your opinion is more important or more valid than anyone else's. And it damn sure doesnt mean you should take advantage of all the camera time you get (when you are supposed to be talking about the sport or your team), to voice your political opinion to the entire world.
Again, play the game and STFU.
Thank Gawd! We dont agree. I was beginning to worry. Without going too dungeony. They have a voice as well as platform. Use it!
When the fans get paid instead of paying, then go for it. Otherwise, STFU
With skin that thin, is it really safe for them to be playing sports?
It's time to remove the professional from in front of the phrase professional sports.
I remember getting Andy VanSlyke all worked up at a Cubs game years ago, probably 90 or 91. We were in the bleachers and chanting "VanSlyke's wife's a dyke!" over and over. The whole section got into it and he finally turned around and gave us the bird. Then the real heckling began. I think they pulled him out of the game shortly thereafter. Ah the good old days....
Perfect example of why in those moments, exude professionalism. Let your actions in the game speak for you.
Reggie Sanders had us removed from Fan Appreciation day for heckling one year. Bastard!
We were assholes for sure. Poor guy never should have even looked back. He had been killing the cubs that series.
It's not really happening here (yet) but I have to say there are few things I enjoy as much as professional athletes going into the stands to tune up some drunken asshole. The speed, strength and coordination of the professional athlete is really on display in that situation.
The Malice in the Palace on Netflix was a pretty good watch.
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