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    Go to a Steelers @ Browns game, then come back here and tell us what you witness.

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    There are Steeler fans, and then there are drunk buttholes. I don't understand how people could spend what I would spend for an awesome steak dinner at Ruth's Chris or Morton's on beer-after-overpriced beer at the stadium. And then drive home afterwards. These Mensa rejects make Alameda Ta'Amu look like a teatotaler.

    I would rather hang out and talk football with a sober Ravens fan and a sober Pats fan than spend any time with a drunk butthole Steeler fan who is slurring his obscenties and has various bodily fluids come out of parts of his body involuntarily.

    I just started bringing my 11 year old son to regular season games...I still only bring my 8 year old daughter to preseason games since that is a much more tame atmosphere with fewer drunk buttholes since the result of the game itself doesn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    These Mensa rejects make Alameda Ta'Amu look like a teatotaler.
    Nice. I never understood why they didn't set up sobriety check points on all routes out of Pittsburgh after the games. I realize it would slow everyone down, but it would be like shooting fish in a barrel.

    Another solution would be to hurry up and legalize marijuana. People that are high are much more friendly that people that get sloppy drunk.

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    I can't say that I've liked every fellow Steelers fan that I've met in my lifetime because oftentimes the only thing we have in common is our love for the Steelers. That's just how it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    There are Steeler fans, and then there are drunk buttholes. I don't understand how people could spend what I would spend for an awesome steak dinner at Ruth's Chris or Morton's on beer-after-overpriced beer at the stadium. And then drive home afterwards. These Mensa rejects make Alameda Ta'Amu look like a teatotaler.

    I would rather hang out and talk football with a sober Ravens fan and a sober Pats fan than spend any time with a drunk butthole Steeler fan who is slurring his obscenties and has various bodily fluids come out of parts of his body involuntarily.

    I just started bringing my 11 year old son to regular season games...I still only bring my 8 year old daughter to preseason games since that is a much more tame atmosphere with fewer drunk buttholes since the result of the game itself doesn't matter.
    RB, at least you didn't have the beer throwing drunk chick near your section during the Chargers game. Apparently she was upset that fans were leaving when the Steeles were losing by 24pts and decide to douse some guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RKSteel View Post
    RB, at least you didn't have the beer throwing drunk chick near your section during the Chargers game. Apparently she was upset that fans were leaving when the Steeles were losing by 24pts and decide to douse some guy.
    I bet everyone can think of multiple knuckleheads they've encountered at every game they've been too. The NFL is having problems with attendance because more people prefer to watch games at home. I bet more people would be willing to bring their kids to a safer and more sober atmosphere.

    If you want to see some horrific stuff, you look up fan fights on youtube. There's content you could watch for days. It's unbelievable. It's all alcohol related. Every 2 beer queer in America goes to NFL games.

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    Every 2 beer queer in America goes to NFL games.
    It's actually a "one beer queer"...

    I believe you are thinking of a "Two-can Sam"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    There are Steeler fans, and then there are drunk buttholes. I don't understand how people could spend what I would spend for an awesome steak dinner at Ruth's Chris or Morton's on beer-after-overpriced beer at the stadium. And then drive home afterwards. These Mensa rejects make Alameda Ta'Amu look like a teatotaler.

    I would rather hang out and talk football with a sober Ravens fan and a sober Pats fan than spend any time with a drunk butthole Steeler fan who is slurring his obscenties and has various bodily fluids come out of parts of his body involuntarily.

    I just started bringing my 11 year old son to regular season games...I still only bring my 8 year old daughter to preseason games since that is a much more tame atmosphere with fewer drunk buttholes since the result of the game itself doesn't matter.
    I won't take my kids and have passed on opportunities to go to games because of the number of drunks that surround you at them. It has gotten totally out of hand. Unfortunately, someone is probably going to have to get killed before the Steelers and the NFL crack down on the drunken idiots who go to games. The viewing experience is much better at home courtesy the the NFL Ticket and La-Z-Boy.
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