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Discussion in 'Miami Dolphins Forum' started by M1NDCRlME, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. M1NDCRlME

    M1NDCRlME Fear The Spear

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    Let's not turn into "those guys" now that the team is winning. If those are season ticket holders I hope they lose them. *******s
     
  2. Sleepy

    Sleepy Well-Known Member

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    00:40 - McLovin with the frailest punches I've ever seen.
     
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  3. TotoreMexico

    TotoreMexico Your retarded

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  4. KeyFin

    KeyFin Well-Known Member

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    I wasn't that impressed since it was just drunks being drunks; until that old guy swings on the young kid in the red shirt around the 40 second mark...he almost looks handicapped. I'm sorry, but if I was at that game I would have gone to jail for stomping a fellow Dolphin fan's ***...you do not mess with children. I don't care who they are, how much beer has flowed or what's going on- if you hit a child, you deserve to be seriously hurt.

    And there's a woman there holding a small child too? OMG people, I'm livid that people that stupid can inhabit our planet.
     
  5. MAFishFan

    MAFishFan Team Tannehill

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    has this been seen by the Miami Dolphins? There's no need for that nonsense. Any fan should feel safe going into the opposition stadium to root for their team. I do it in Foxboro every year and as a Flames fan, I do the same at the Flames/Bruins game. That's just crap, ESPECIALLY with that little kid there.
     
  6. bran

    bran Senior Member

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    fandom and alcohol is never a good mix.
     
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  7. dirtylandry

    dirtylandry Well-Known Member

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    This was probably brewing all game. where are the ushers? Where is security?
     
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  8. Muck

    Muck Throwback Uniform Crusader Retired Administrator

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    Saw a bunch of people recording the fight but nobody texting security.

    Takes 10 seconds. Do the right thing.
     
  9. Zippy

    Zippy The Man in Black. Club Member

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    It looks like they were to busy filming it on their phones. People suck.
     
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  10. brandon27

    brandon27 Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Disgusting. Every single one of them. Including the fools with their phones recording, rather than doing something about it. Losers, fighting over a football game and which team they cheer for. If you can't handle opposing fans, or viewpoints on any issue, stay the **** home, and let the rest of the world enjoy life.

    If you can't control your behavior over something as simple as a football game... a sporting event... really quite meaningless in the grand scheme of things in life, just stay home, in your basement and don't come out until you figure out what's really important in life, and the things you should be fighting for. I love this team, and I love this game, but it's just that... a game.

    Hopefully none of these clowns involved are allowed back into an NFL stadium.
     
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  11. Stringer Bell

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    Bunch of thugs


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  12. jdallen1222

    jdallen1222 He can smell your fear

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    I saw this on facebook yesterday and in the comments section were a bunch of funny Mclovin memes.
     
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  13. JDelenne

    JDelenne Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    There was a fight in my section too, though it was broken up extremely quickly by surrounding fans and ushers.
     
  14. dolphin25

    dolphin25 Well-Known Member

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    That is sad, I hope they press charges. Almost impossible for the people lower to fight back too.
     
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  15. MrPhinn

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    Conduct that is reprehensible beyond description. Alcohol should be removed from stadiums. That would eliminate all of these skirmishes, but making money is much more important than the safety of the human being.
     
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  16. Finatik

    Finatik Season Ticket Holder Club Member

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    Some people were actually watching the game. You can hear the guy in the back ground "why are we throwing the ball".
     
  17. KeyFin

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    I couldn't agree more, but the NFL is not going to give up on that easy revenue.

    If I was that grandpa though, I'd be suing the pants off Mr. Ross for allowing that situation to happen in the first place. If you're going to allow drunks to have free reign, then there better be ample security in every section with a solid rapid response plan. That video was almost two minutes long and nobody showed up....that's an eternity when punches are flying.
     
  18. Dolphan24

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    This is disgraceful and embarrassing to me as Dolphins fan. None of them should be allowed in the stadium again. This kind of thing is never acceptable in my opinion. Especially with children involved. This is also the reason my daughters have never been to a pro sports event.
     
  19. Finster

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    I totally agree with Key on this, it seemed like not too much at first, no one was really committed to hurting each other, punches weren't being thrown with a lot of purpose, just some misplaced "beer balls", until the tub of **** starts whaling on the kid, what a cowardly piece of ****, Dolphin fan or no Dolphin fan I would have learned him some ******* manners in a ******* NY minute.

    I remember the first time I saw something like that, I was around 20, I was hanging out with a couple friends at a friends house, 8 guys showed up to kick my friends *** because he had slept with one dudes girlfriend, that friend was not there, but his little brother was.

    Now us inside knew of none of this at the time, so when this dude knocked on the door asking for so and so he was let in, he was from a couple towns over, but we knew him, then he comes in the living room, drunk, asking where our friend was and then telling us why, so now we know.

    Now as far as I can tell, this is between the 2 of them, the dude is my friend, but this is a point of honor between 2 men, so I wouldn't interfere, and we still didn't know there was 7 guys outside. Then he looks at the 13 year old younger brother and says "I should kick your ***", so I say, "you ain't kicking nobody's ***", trouble was, I was sitting on the couch, and he was standing next to me.

    POW, no hesitation, he punches me right in the eye as I start to get up, he's got one of those "tuff guy" rings on and cuts me about a half inch under my eye, and this happened a day or 2 before Thanksgiving so I still have pictures with my cut eye at Thanksgiving, lol, anyway, he didn't slow me down much.

    I grappled with him so I could get my feet, then got him in a head lock, delivered a couple punches to the face as I was escorting him to the door, just as we are getting to the door, he trips me and pushes me forward smashing my head into the wall, it was a nice little tricksy move, devil his due, however it didn't work as well as he wanted because I never let go, and now I was fully roused.

    I smash him into the door hard, we go through the door, by now my stunned friends have gotten up off the couch and were following us out the door, I pushed the POS into a wind break wall just outside the door, then I laid into him with a few hard punches, he drops like a sack of potatoes puking his guts up(I had been trained to box by a pro), then I see the other 7 guys off to my left.

    Turns out that I knew half of them, bully boys from down the west end, I used to run with these guys, we were friends, but with everything going on, I'm cut and bleeding down my face, my blood is fully up and 8 of them came to kick my friends ***?

    Well, they are with the enemy so they are the enemy, my boys were now fully roused and had my back, they grabbed whatever was laying around as weapons, 3 vs 7 mind you, but it was over, these boys knew me and had no stomach for a fight with me, also 2 guys I did not know tucked their tails and ran.

    So the guy I knew best amongst them, who was actually a good friend, says he didn't know I was here, he doesn't want to fight me and so forth, then tells me how the dude on the ground in a puddle of his own puke told them that my friend had beaten the girl, but it was a BS story the dude had told them to get their help, and the it was this guys cousin, which I did not know.

    So I tell him that never happened, I saw her earlier downtown, and they leave, and it's all over, stories are straightened, everything is set to rights so to speak, it's between 2 guys and nothing else, keep in mind that this is pre cell phone days, so info moved much slower.

    Months later, the antagonist seeks me out, but to thank me, he can't believe he was ready to hit a kid, and once this story had gotten around he received a lot of grief over it, had lost friends, lost respect etc, just the sort of problems you'd expect when a pathetic story like that goes around, and boy oh boy does a story like that get around, lol, I was like a celebrity in town for a couple weeks.

    The point of this story, when you are going to hit, or do hit a kid, you NEED someone to kick your stupid ***, and maybe you can learn something.
     
  20. KeyFin

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    I was a "tough guy" back in the day as well, but I never liked to fight because I completely lost it once punches starting flying. I was by far the strongest kid at our school, the captain of the football team, etc. So most of the time, I'd just intimidate someone out of making a dumb decision.

    But every now and then, something would happen where I couldn't walk away. About 15 years ago, I walked out of a grocery store to see this white trash father slapping a boy of 7-8 around the parking lot. He's screaming at this kid because he dropped a grocery bag while loading the car...like an 8 year old should have to do that anyway. Well, to make a log story short, the father lifts the kid up with one hand , pins him against the car and starts punching him in the stomach....and he's screaming at him for being so stupid. That's the last thing I actually remember clearly...the rest is a blur.

    I dropped my grocery bag and charged him from 30+ feet away, and then threw possibly the biggest sucker punch in the history of the world. I remember telling the kid to get in the car as his dad hits the pavement, and then I was on top of the guy swinging for the fences. I'm surprised that I didn't kill him to be honest, and it took 4 cops to pull me off him. I couldn't tell you how many times I hit him as hard as I could- 20? 30? He was a bloody mess.

    Once I calmed down, I was handcuffed in the back of a police car and realized that life was probably over. What could I even say? I clearly went too far. But luckily there was a parking lot full of witnesses (that stood there and did nothing as a little kid was beaten). The next thing I know a cop is opening the car door, taking off the cuffs and telling me to get out of there. They never asked me my name or anything.

    I haven't been in a fight since, and I probably won't be unless it's a similar situation. I was very lucky.
     
  21. dolphin25

    dolphin25 Well-Known Member

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    It would have to be a scary feeling to think "oh fug, my life is over."
     
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  22. smahtaz

    smahtaz Pimpin Ain't Easy

    This is good news.

     
  23. dWreck

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    **** those pieces of ****. every one of them. that's so ridiculous man. i've never seen anything like that when i've gone.

    Glad to hear the phins revoked their tickets and banned them.
     
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  24. MikeHoncho

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    You see this sort of thing and wonder how we can justify keeping the more advanced vertebrates locked up in exhibits.


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  25. MikeHoncho

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    But, but we need to make sure our players don't smoke weeeed.


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  26. Mcduffie81

    Mcduffie81 Wildcat Club Member

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    I don't mind when I see Dolphins fans whooping other obnoxious fans asses. To me that's the price they pay for acting like *******s in OUR stadium!

    This was different! I saw that kid on the parents shoulder and my stomach dropped. And like someone else said "McLovin" looked like he may have been handicapped. That's truely disgraceful!
     
  27. brandon27

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    Really? Get a grip man... seriously. It's only a football team, it's only a game, we're only fans, and we all have the right to cheer for our team, wherever we are. We're all human beings... Sounds like you're one of the ones that needs to stay home on Sundays if you can't handle opposing fans cheering on their team.
     
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  28. Fame

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    Let's be honest here. Our stadium has been like this for the last decade, and despite my love for the Dolphins its turned into one of the most toxic sporting environments I've ever seen, especially in the upper levels.

    I cancelled my season tickets years ago because of behavior like this from Fins fans. The tailgating outside has gotten to a point where you can't actually get into the stadium without wading through a sea of millions of empty beer bottles on the ground. Just about everyone is hammered and angry. I've even had Dolphins fans heckle my then 6 year old son for wanting to seek shelter from the rain.

    Love the team. Hate going to see games now.
     
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  29. Mcduffie81

    Mcduffie81 Wildcat Club Member

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    I don't mind other fans cheering. I'm cool as can be to other fans and converse with them. But I mind when say other drunk *******s from other states taunt us in our own stadium! Bills, Jets and Pats fans instigating stuff always seems to be the case. If someone puts them in their place I'm fine with that.

    A well deserved punch in the face can teach a stupid person a lesson real fast.

    If I walked in to The Meadowlands acting like an ******* I would expect the same treatment. That's the reality right or wrong.
     
  30. Tin Indian

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    I'd love to take my son to a game, but the behavior of the people in the stands make this something I'd really have to consider carefully.
     
  31. Mcduffie81

    Mcduffie81 Wildcat Club Member

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    When my daughter is old enough I'll have to think hard too. I have brought my nephews on multiple occasions around 10 years of age and it was fine. I've never witnessed Dolphins fans flat out attacking opposing fans like we saw in that video but I have seen altercations and it's usually in the parking lot after games.
     
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  32. dolphin25

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    cheering is ok, but being ****ty is another thing.
     
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    The Bengals fans were cool, of course they won so that helps.
     
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  34. Mcduffie81

    Mcduffie81 Wildcat Club Member

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    What happens a lot of times is when we lose and out of state jerks (mostly transplants) start taunting us. That's when all bets are off!

    I'm a firm believer in you get what you ask for.
     
  35. dolphin25

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    yeah, that is just stupid on their part as emotions are running high at that time.
     
  36. Finatik

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    I have been to games in Green Bay, Charlotte, San Francisco (multiple times), Oakland (multiple times), Arizona, and San Diego (multiple times). Always in full Dolphins gear. I was never once hassled. Always brought my son with me. Now I've seen some stuff go down in the stands. I was at the Raiders-Rams game prior to them moving to St Louis. Whole entire sections were fighting. It was unreal. Most of the time its someone who is WAY OVER the top and taunting the other side. I find its mostly visiting fans. A couple weeks when the Fins were in San Diego, a jack *** Miami fan started talking trash. I told him to sit down he was embarrassing all the other Dolphin fans. Another SD fan jumped up and got in his face. It was on. We moved to the opposite aisle to give them space and not get caught up in the aftermath. I've always taught my son to be aware of your surroundings and anticipate when things are going south. So I tend to move away when things get heated just up the aisle to watch the show. In most stadiums the ushers and police are there fairly quickly. Also in most stadiums they have TEXT number to report anything going on. Use it and they do respond immediately. So don't worry about brining your kid to the game. Be aware of your surroundings just like anywhere else. And buy decent seats. Most of this stuff happens in the upper tiers I've noticed in my travels.
     
  37. vt_dolfan

    vt_dolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    ****ing idiots....a woman is holding a kid right there. Thank god they banned these *******s.
     
  38. vt_dolfan

    vt_dolfan Season Ticket Holder Club Member

    All I can say is if Im ever at a game....and ends up getting hurt because of *******s like that, someones ending up in the hospital. Now..maybe I end up there as well....but all hells breaking loose.
     
  39. dWreck

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    Interesting ive been to ~10 games I think? in the last 10 years. 9 or 10. and i've never seen anything even remotely close to this. No fighting, arguing, swearing at other people, nothing. And i've sat all over the stadium. I've never seen a loss in person, all wins, so The most i've ever seen is opposing fans leaving early and some fans mildly heckling them yelling 'bye' and all that. I've honestly just not seen it. Idk maybe i've just been lucky
     
  40. dolfan7171

    dolfan7171 Well-Known Member

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    I don't like that people have to act a fool at a game. I will never be apart of something like that. It's embarrassing and disrespectful.

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