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And Packer fans are classless?

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by longtimefan, Nov 3, 2009.

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    Banned for 30 days because of a VERY agressive post he did. Nothing but insults to Quentius.... If you really want to know what was it, PM me, but I won't publish it's content...
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    PM sent, I am curious what it said. Ironic this comes up on a classless fans thread... hmmm haha.
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    Wonder if calling posters dickheads and saying those posters have small ***** on a site endorsed by Brett Favre would cause any trouble???

    Is that considered classless?

    I guess guys on pft are spies there, they might just use that type of post to make a story out of it.
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    Hey!!

    Just wanted to rag on you here..I know you can't reply and I have no balls to come to the forums you invited me too, but wanted to let you know I am thinking of you

    Who am I impersonating?
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    But he would be booed lustily if he came back as a Bear. Most Packer fans don't have a problem with BF wanting to continue to play. But we DO have a problem with him wanting to play for one of our biggest rivals. But for some reason this fact escapes most Favre fans. So because he plays for :viksux: and only considered playing for this ONE team after he maneuvered his way out of NY is the main reason why he was greeted as he was when MN came to town.
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    You lying sack of dog poop!!

    I knew it was you all along, but now I finally have the proof!!!

    PETE from OBF!!

    EVERYONE

    This is the BIG BAD MOD over on Bretts site

    Welcome him
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    Yup as I stated way back then

    This very post of yours gave your identity away

    Classic Pete post with all the !! and the !! and the !!

    told you way back then I knew who you were ;)
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    I honestly don't ever boo at anybody other than some of the ref's calls. But I can understand why people feel the need to. Some folks don't remember that he signed a "life time" contract with the Packers. When he did, he said he wouldn't ever play for another team. He said he would retire before that ever happened. Well, I guess he was partly right. He engineered a "retirement", then went and played for another team. I'm not surprised people are upset. When you tell a whole fan base that you are so loyal to them that you will quit rather than play against their team, then welch on your promise, it ticks people off. You promise loyalty then show the ultimate form of disloyalty by going to a hated rival. That's a recipe to get people to hate you.
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    I think booing is a "classless" trait of a "poor sportsman"...period!

    I NEVER boo a player from another team...on very RARE occasions I will boo a refs call, but frankly, I don't like myself for even doing that...what's the point...do you think a ref will change his call, based on crowd booing?

    C-mon man, save your voice for the 3rd & 4th down defensive stand...that really does have an impact!
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    Actually, Yes. ESPN the Magazine posted a little article in the past two years that said Referees ARE influenced by the home crowd. They also found the Refs tend to make calls in favor of teams in Red. They apparently had some agency do a study of Referee's calls during games and then compared that to some psychological indices and it turns out Refs are human and can be influenced.
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    Ya, after re-thinking, that does make sense, especially if the call or no call is in the gray area.

    Booing a call, & booing a opposing player at the introduction are completely different IMHO. Booing a refs call is an instant reaction.

    Booing a player is not good "sportsmanship".
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    "Message board 'SPIES'"? WTF!!!! Are we like 11 or something...give me a break
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    Spies, LOL!!! That's funny!

    Booing in Philly is as common as cheese steaks and soft pretzels. You rarely get through a game without hearing BOOOOOOO at least once. I remember going to the Vet Stadium in the late 80's when the Eagles were particularly terrible and they were booing the players before they even took the field. People wearing brown paper bags over their heads and everything! One thing about playing in Philly and the players have said as much, when you are not doing good you will hear it from the fans. I'm not a fan of booing myself but I must confess to being guilty of it myself, I couldn't help it, they were just terrible excuses for footballs. I suppose booing can either motivate a team to do better or depress the hell out of them.
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    Central PA here. I've heard Philly fans boo their own players for just ONE stupid play. Remember, these are the folks who pelted Santa.
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    I don't even believe that we are talking about this. Their are classless people everywhere. I guess if all of those classless people in Wisconsin moved to Minnesota and became Viking fans...........they would all have class. They would all be humble and not dress themselves............like Favre. lol What a joke!
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    Well that would explain why god hates us :D
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    I honestly believe that every team's fans are classless, thats sports imo.
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    Ever been to a Yankees game at Yankee stadium???
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    Brett Favre's Recent Records Boost Memorabilia Business

    If people read that article, would one say the David mentioned is a business partner? and owner of Bretts web site?



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    We are based here in Sun Prairie, a lot of people have a hard time believing that," says co-owner Brian Anderson. "We also run Brett's official website, www.officialbrettfavre.com."
    Brian Anderson credits his business partner David Thomason for the connection to the NFL's winningest QB of all-time.
    "I've worked with Brett now since 1994, coordinating his travels back and forth from Mississippi," says Thomason.
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    My guess is someone who needs a punch in the mouth. The line forms behind me.
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    If I could go back in time, I'd go back and kill the parents of whoever it was that started using different forms of "class" as a buzzword. "Class," "classy," classless," etc.... all should be banished from the English language.
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    Big Dan, your post is classic.

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