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Postby Cole_Trickle » Sun Jun 21, 2009 5:49 am

You people, not all, but most are rude arrogant POS Jackasses. PERIOD. WTF do you think you people are? Each of you, you know who you are, should be shackled to the bumper of a Pick up truck and dragged through the street until the wind whistles through your pathetic sorry ass excuse for a being.

Yesterdays display at our national championship should cost you clowns any and every chance of ever hosting such an event EVER AGAIN. Drunk and acting like real TUFF MEN in public. Had I been anywhere near you punks, that's more a compliment than anything else, I WOULD HAVE PERSONALLY punched each of you dumb asses in the kisser. For keeps no love tap.

You should flat out be ashamed of yourselves, have your names taken and be DENIED ACCESS to ANY FUTURE EVENT~~EVER.

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Beer drinking fans are closely watched on the 10th hole by a State Trooper during the late round at the US Open in Bethpage on Saturday, June 20, 2009 (Photo by Ed Betz, Newsday / June 20, 2009)

Beer-sodden fans and rain combined for an ugly finish to a long day of golf yesterday, with Tiger Woods and other golfers subjected to drunken heckling as the action at Bethpage Black came to a close.

At 6:42 p.m., dozens of drunken spectators at Hole 10 taunted Woods as he prepared to start his third round in the rain.

"We're on Long Island, baby, where men are men!" one fan yelled. "Put that umbrella down!"

The taunts were mixed with cheers from the majority of the crowd.


This is Long Island Baby, " Where the men are men " " Put down that umbrella " Let me guess~~ Cheeseburger pizza eating fat ass Fireman, or Iron worker, maybe ditch digging Union Laborer. :roll: :roll:


I wish I knew what your right of passage is, what your attitude is all about. Bunch of phucking clowns in my book! Absolutely nothing but an unabashed embarrassment. Pathetic.

http://www.newsday.com/sports/golf/usop ... 9123.story


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Postby Rob72 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 2:45 pm

Tough talk on the internet.

I'm a native New Yorker, and I can say with 150% certainty that I am not the least bit worried about you trying to come here and kick my ass :lol:

That was funny.
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Postby Wing-Zero » Sun Jun 21, 2009 3:02 pm

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Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.

Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.

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Postby greeney2 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 3:12 pm

A few idiot beer drinking hecklers isn;t unique to New York, or any other place, it happens everywhere. Just go to any ball game. Its a trait of alcoholic behavior and everyplace has idiots like this. Abuse is one of the affects of drinking, as is being rude and unruly. A lot of people enjoyed a beer and the game, and didn't turn into idiots, but some people just get nasty when they drink. Blame that, not where they came from.

Nobody is impressed with your ridiculas (just for you) talk!
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Postby BloodStone » Mon Jun 22, 2009 3:51 am

Once again cole shows his true colors, and how he views all Americans.


He is above us all, just deal with it. :roll:






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Postby Lashmar » Mon Jun 22, 2009 5:20 am

Wing-Zero wrote:Image


:lol: :lol: :lol:

That's brilliant mate well done. :D :lol: :lol:
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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue Jun 23, 2009 5:50 am

Rob72 wrote:Tough talk on the internet.

I'm a native New Yorker, and I can say with 150% certainty that I am not the least bit worried about you trying to come here and kick my ass :lol:

That was funny.



Oh yeah: I concur 200%~~I rest my case! Drink up! But before I go~~WTF makes you so tuff, and talking on the Internet has 0% to do with whether one is tuff or not. You're implying that since it's the web that I'm completely full of bunk, again another right of passage for the Nooo Yawkers. Emotional text reading 101 Nooo Yawker style. Surely some thing is in the water up there.

When I close my eyes I see you rubbing to sticks together in hopes of starting your first fire, unfortunately this is the 21st century and that my friend is the crux of this matter.


Dash said the USGA has made the drinking problem worse by not allowing cabs to queue up near the taxi stand on Winding Road. The result on Saturday was drunken fights over scarce rides, said Charles Kappauf, operations manager for the cab company.

"There's some yelling, some brawling. It gets a little dicey," said Kappauf, who's on site trying to control the crowds. "They don't form a line. They form a mob."


This was the very next day~~So Yes " you native Nooo Yawkers really know how to have a good time "

Then, in an apparent reference to Amy Mickelson's cancer, a man in a camouflage hat called out: "Time to raise some money, Phil."

That might not be what Tiger Woods meant when he said the Bethpage Black crowd's energy was "electric."

The rowdiness that prompted Woods to shush fans Saturday night carried over into U.S. Open play Sunday. The USGA shut down beer stands at 6 p.m. - 15 minutes earlier than Saturday - but there they were at the first tee Sunday at 6:30 p.m., a dozen fans mercilessly ripping every golfer who teed off to start the fourth round.

They were also at the second green, jeering Ian Poulter about his pastel trousers. And at the putting green, booing every time Henrik Stenson missed a chip shot.


Real class :shock:

I applaud Woods and the others for the way in which they handled this: Safe to say Bethpage Black has seen it's last US OPEN!

http://www.newsday.com/sports/golf/usop ... 9669.story

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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue Jun 23, 2009 5:57 am

greeney2 wrote:A few idiot beer drinking hecklers isn;t unique to New York, or any other place, it happens everywhere. Just go to any ball game. Its a trait of alcoholic behavior and everyplace has idiots like this. Abuse is one of the affects of drinking, as is being rude and unruly. A lot of people enjoyed a beer and the game, and didn't turn into idiots, but some people just get nasty when they drink. Blame that, not where they came from.

Nobody is impressed with your ridiculas (just for you) talk!


You're reaching in an attempt to be politically correct. That's completely ridiculous. Nothing even close to this is allowed at a Nationwide event, let alone the US OPEN. I've seen people ejected IMMEDIATELY for things much less severe at a regular tour stop, So yes Greeney it's directlt related to the area. Noo Yawkers ( IN A GENERAL SENSE ) are rude arrogant slobs! PERIOD.

Surely not all, BUT IN GENERAL 100%~~~Yes.

Cole

PS. I'm not trying to impress ANYONE~~Where you're coming up with that angle is a bit TOO OBVIOUS. ;)
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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue Jun 23, 2009 5:59 am

BloodStone wrote:Once again cole shows his true colors, and how he views all Americans.


He is above us all, just deal with it. :roll:






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Yes Stoner~~Noooooooo Yawkers surely comprise the total LOT. :roll: :roll:

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