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  • bestfightstory wrote:I have traveled to see the Seahawks play in New Orleans, Miami, Philly, Denver(x3), KC(x3), Buffalo, Pittsburg, Denver, Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota, and Green Bay. I think that is all.

    I know I am not the most traveled Hawks fan but I have been around some. I don't start shit on the road. In fact, I rarely cheer my team's successes to excess. And, ftr, I am much bigger and tougher than Jonrud or Hemi.

    All that said. I can assure you that in every stadium there are assholes who go to the games looking for someone to demean and threaten and challenge and cause suffering to.

    I don't care whether I am in Denver or Seattle or KC. And i dont care what color the jerseys are. I know whose side I am on when I see a predator in action.



    Leif I rarely argue with you now a days but I have to say Hemifed looks pretty damned capable to me. lol

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  • The Radish wrote:
    bestfightstory wrote:I have traveled to see the Seahawks play in New Orleans, Miami, Philly, Denver(x3), KC(x3), Buffalo, Pittsburg, Denver, Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota, and Green Bay. I think that is all.

    I know I am not the most traveled Hawks fan but I have been around some. I don't start shit on the road. In fact, I rarely cheer my team's successes to excess. And, ftr, I am much bigger and tougher than Jonrud or Hemi.

    All that said. I can assure you that in every stadium there are assholes who go to the games looking for someone to demean and threaten and challenge and cause suffering to.

    I don't care whether I am in Denver or Seattle or KC. And i dont care what color the jerseys are. I know whose side I am on when I see a predator in action.



    Leif I rarely argue with you now a days but I have to say Hemifed looks pretty damned capable to me. lol

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    Hemi would beat Leif down and not break a sweat. Sorry big beard.
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:
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    bestfightstory wrote:I have traveled to see the Seahawks play in New Orleans, Miami, Philly, Denver(x3), KC(x3), Buffalo, Pittsburg, Denver, Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota, and Green Bay. I think that is all.

    I know I am not the most traveled Hawks fan but I have been around some. I don't start shit on the road. In fact, I rarely cheer my team's successes to excess. And, ftr, I am much bigger and tougher than Jonrud or Hemi.

    All that said. I can assure you that in every stadium there are assholes who go to the games looking for someone to demean and threaten and challenge and cause suffering to.

    I don't care whether I am in Denver or Seattle or KC. And i dont care what color the jerseys are. I know whose side I am on when I see a predator in action.



    Leif I rarely argue with you now a days but I have to say Hemifed looks pretty damned capable to me. lol

    :les:


    Hemi would beat Leif down and not break a sweat. Sorry big beard.


    I knew your ass would sniff this post out. Bull Roar. Hemi is a big cornfed farmer with no streetcred. He could take me in a wheelbarrow race but let us throw down and it's over. No contest. It's been quite awhile, but I'm a destroyer. Hemi is a gentle giant. And an oaf.
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  • bestfightstory wrote:
    Tech Worlds wrote:
    The Radish wrote:[quote="bestfightstory"]I have traveled to see the Seahawks play in New Orleans, Miami, Philly, Denver(x3), KC(x3), Buffalo, Pittsburg, Denver, Toronto, San Francisco, Minnesota, and Green Bay. I think that is all.

    I know I am not the most traveled Hawks fan but I have been around some. I don't start shit on the road. In fact, I rarely cheer my team's successes to excess. And, ftr, I am much bigger and tougher than Jonrud or Hemi.

    All that said. I can assure you that in every stadium there are assholes who go to the games looking for someone to demean and threaten and challenge and cause suffering to.

    I don't care whether I am in Denver or Seattle or KC. And i dont care what color the jerseys are. I know whose side I am on when I see a predator in action.



    Leif I rarely argue with you now a days but I have to say Hemifed looks pretty damned capable to me. lol

    :les:


    Hemi would beat Leif down and not break a sweat. Sorry big beard.


    I knew your ass would sniff this post out. Bull Roar. Hemi is a big cornfed farmer with no streetcred. He could take me in a wheelbarrow race but let us throw down and it's over. No contest. It's been quite awhile, but I'm a destroyer. Hemi is a gentle giant. And an oaf.[/quote]

    Ya know I never thought of it like that. You might be correct, especially after seeing what you did to Patrick Swayze.
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  • bestfightstory wrote:


    All that said. I can assure you that in every stadium there are assholes who go to the games looking for someone to demean and threaten and challenge and cause suffering to.

    I don't care whether I am in Denver or Seattle or KC. And i dont care what color the jerseys are. I know whose side I am on when I see a predator in action.



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  • I'm thinking if we counted "oafs" in just this page of this string I can see at least 3.

    :roll:

    Don't bad mouth those Colville folks Leif there are some bad bastards up there.

    Course there's a big hippy community there also,,,,,,,,,
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  • Get real. I coud take Hemifed straight up-with Jordan and his twin Bob Newhart clinging to my ankles. All the while mocking Patrick Swayze and carrying TorontoMarkyMark on my back.

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  • bestfightstory wrote:Get real. I coud take Hemifed straight up-with Jordan and his twin Bob Newhart clinging to my ankles. All the while mocking Patrick Swayze and carrying TorontoMarkyMark on my back.

    That's right!



    Now that's where I got screwed up. I thought you said you were carrying TorontoMarkyMark on your face.

    sorry.
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  • The Radish wrote:I'm thinking if we counted "oafs" in just this page of this string I can see at least 3.

    :roll:

    Don't bad mouth those Colville folks Leif there are some bad bastards up there.

    Course there's a big hippy community there also,,,,,,,,,

    Haha, I'm a Colville bastard, born and raised. Eff them hippies, though.
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  • Interesting. And perty dern tough ya ask me. I'd love to hear the, Best. Fight. Story. :shock: :th2thumbs:
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  • seahawk2k wrote:I've seen a fair share of violence at Seahawks games over the years. At the Raiders home game in 99 a brawl spread over an entire section. I used to sit up in the Hawks Nest and saw things like this on a weekly basis. Most of the time it was one drunk idiot screaming at another drunk idiot. That said, I haven't seen any fights over the last couple of years, but it seems to me the crowd has become a little more intense and alcohol fueled than when we were mediocre and no one cared (1992-2002). I think its a newer type of fan that pulls this.

    Its never ok to get in a kids face and scream profanities at them and I have literally never seen this happen at a Seahawks game. However, if it did happen, thats unfortunate.

    I think the writer of the letter might be blowing things out of proportion, and if the Niners had won, I'm willing to bet her feelings would be different. And honestly, 36 people in a crew and your horrified that your getting crap? However, kids should be off limits and I've never got all the macho bs and fighting that occurs at a sporting event. Its like "I'm tougher than you because the team I support is beating you"?? Really??

    I flip opposing fans a decent amount of crap if they want to dish some out. Most of the time, I question the depth of their fandom, flipping them off and telling them to F themselves just doesn't do it for me. But challenging their knowledge of their teams history and calling them front runners is always fun.

    People always blame alcohol, but, in my extensive experience with the substance in question, I've learned that the people that act like dicks when they are drunk, act like dicks when they are sober. I went to hawks games and was a dick before I even could legally drink, why? Because I was a dick. Alcohol amplifies whats already there, that's it.


    The fight you're speaking of in 99 went right into us, and I had to protect my mother for her life. No lie. I was much bigger and stronger then. Now.... I'd probably have a heart attack and die if I saw something like that happen. I was 26 then and in my prime, but still scared to death, because it was literally the whole section moving like a wave up toward us and then engulfing us. It was horrible.

    I also saw two full on multi-person fistfights on the concourse with Seahawks fans on Seahawks fans, King County and Seattle City police walking right by like they didn't see anything, and Gary Payton getting lost trying to find his luxury box and repeatedly circling the 100 level concourse with about 20 other guys hooting and hollering. It was cool to see him, but the rest of what I saw was disgusting and I was humiliated.
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  • SharkHawk wrote:
    seahawk2k wrote:I've seen a fair share of violence at Seahawks games over the years. At the Raiders home game in 99 a brawl spread over an entire section. I used to sit up in the Hawks Nest and saw things like this on a weekly basis. Most of the time it was one drunk idiot screaming at another drunk idiot. That said, I haven't seen any fights over the last couple of years, but it seems to me the crowd has become a little more intense and alcohol fueled than when we were mediocre and no one cared (1992-2002). I think its a newer type of fan that pulls this.

    Its never ok to get in a kids face and scream profanities at them and I have literally never seen this happen at a Seahawks game. However, if it did happen, thats unfortunate.

    I think the writer of the letter might be blowing things out of proportion, and if the Niners had won, I'm willing to bet her feelings would be different. And honestly, 36 people in a crew and your horrified that your getting crap? However, kids should be off limits and I've never got all the macho bs and fighting that occurs at a sporting event. Its like "I'm tougher than you because the team I support is beating you"?? Really??

    I flip opposing fans a decent amount of crap if they want to dish some out. Most of the time, I question the depth of their fandom, flipping them off and telling them to F themselves just doesn't do it for me. But challenging their knowledge of their teams history and calling them front runners is always fun.

    People always blame alcohol, but, in my extensive experience with the substance in question, I've learned that the people that act like dicks when they are drunk, act like dicks when they are sober. I went to hawks games and was a dick before I even could legally drink, why? Because I was a dick. Alcohol amplifies whats already there, that's it.


    The fight you're speaking of in 99 went right into us, and I had to protect my mother for her life. No lie. I was much bigger and stronger then. Now.... I'd probably have a heart attack and die if I saw something like that happen. I was 26 then and in my prime, but still scared to death, because it was literally the whole section moving like a wave up toward us and then engulfing us. It was horrible.

    I also saw two full on multi-person fistfights on the concourse with Seahawks fans on Seahawks fans, King County and Seattle City police walking right by like they didn't see anything, and Gary Payton getting lost trying to find his luxury box and repeatedly circling the 100 level concourse with about 20 other guys hooting and hollering. It was cool to see him, but the rest of what I saw was disgusting and I was humiliated.


    I was in the section over, I was 14, and terrified that it was going to spill over. Saw fights in the Hawks Nest like that, including one where the were trying to arrest a guy and tazed him and he was still fighting them as he tumbled down ten rows of seats.
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  • Sorry you had to see that man. It was messed up. I've tried to describe it to people before, and they think I'm making it up or I somehow misremembered how it happened. It was absolutely insane. The only thing that would be close in my life at a sporting event was when Miami came to BYU at #1 and BYU beat them. We rushed the field. I was about 17 or so and my brother was I think 12 or 13. He was getting crushed by these waves of people on the field and I just started swinging. I landed punches on about 6-8 people as he was going to the ground under the wave and I was able to pick him up and put him on my shoulders as a circle cleared around him and I was able to lift him out. It was insane. Our fault for going on the field, but people see a little kid getting crushed and just keep moving. Nobody stops. I'd been at an AC/DC concert around the same time and saw a couple of people get crunched to death against a barrier at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City. I just kept having that vision going through my head. Yuck. Instinct takes over.

    I think instinct is much different than just being an ass. I guess that's why I just don't attend games anymore. I don't want to be in any more situations where I feel like I have to save somebody's life. It has happened twice at football games and once at a soccer game. That's enough for me.
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  • 400WattHPSHawk wrote:Interesting. And perty dern tough ya ask me. I'd love to hear the, Best. Fight. Story. :shock: :th2thumbs:


    Dad blast it. I was hoping to hear the BFS.

    Guess i'll catch ya in another thread.
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  • In the end, it is a sport. I will never understand going crazy against anyone over any of the sports I love. Sure, it is all fun and games to trash talk with your friends at work, school, at the games but to take it beyond that is dumb.


    I actually like what they do at overseas soccer matches. There are specific away sections at the stadiums to lower the chance of dumb things like this. It is actually cool as if you enjoy traveling to see your team than you can be among your fellow supporters trying to cheer your team in enemy territory. :th2thumbs:
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  • I was running some errands today. I was wearing my old-school Seahawks jacket. I was perusing the local Goodwill for deals when another shopper spoke to me out of the blue. It took me a second to realize it, but this kid (about 13 or 14) said to me, "Go Niners!" After a second, I recognized that he was responding to my 'Hawks gear and I laughed.

    Then I said, "Not last week, they didn't," and kept walking. He said something about liking the Patriots. I said over my shoulder, "Yeah. They're a good team," and walked away. The kid was weird. He might have been autistic for all I know. Doesn't matter to me what his deal was. I went about my business.

    That's how I think MOST Seahawks fans would handle that. SOME a-holes are not as level-headed. Some people get drunk and use it as an excuse to act beastly. Assaulting children? Deplorable. Blame booze? Grow up. I've been drunk about a bazillion times and I have not assaulted anyone, ever. Not one person. Know why? 'Cause I'm a peaceful m'er-f'er.

    My question regarding this Times thing is, why believe any of it? Even if this email is from a real person, why should I be expected to believe it? It is an uncorroborated account.

    I could write an email to any newspaper anywhere, right now, claiming anything. So could you. There's no substantiated evidence to back up this email. When I studied journalism in the early '90s, that would never fly. We were not allowed to print anything unless it was supported by independent sources ON RECORD. Nowadays, printing 'emails' like this are nothing more than easily obscured editorial opinion. For all we know an angry 9ers fan made that up, or a newbie reporter doctored it to get something printed. I am not saying the events did not - or did - happen, but I refuse to believe ANYTHING I read that is not corroborated by other independent witnesses.

    I am NOT in support of verbally assaulting children. I encourage any Seahawks fan witnessing the type of behavior outlined in this email to step up and discourage it. Profane, angry, and violent behavior is completely unnecessary. If I see it, I will speak out against it. But I will not buy into unsubstantiated claims that the 12th Man as a whole, or alcohol as a whole, is evil, bad, or wrong.
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  • On the flip side, I just read this at the Seahawks group on facebook. It shows that not all people are obviously bad.


    **Friendly Fire For A Lazy Saturday**

    A Heartwarming Story about the 12th Man..(In case you read all about it in the Times!)

    After reading the story about the San Fran Lady who was "mistreated" by Seahawks fans at the 9er game, I thought about how great of an experience I had when I took 3 of my 4 kids (left the 2 year old home, for obvious reason), my wife and I, and 14 other members of our Church (including the Pastor, a huge Vikings fan raised in Iowa) to the Vikings game.

    We arrived early, and enjoyed the Fan zone, Blue Thunder, and all of the great events offered before the game. My oldest son, 13, got hurt, so my wife took him to a 1st aid station, where he was well taken care of.

    My 12 year old daughter and 6 year old son and I decided to walk around outside the stadium and check out Blue Thunder's outside show.
    As we were walking towards the gate, a woman tapped me on the shoulder and asked "Sir, is this your little boy?", I thought I was holding his hand, but it was my daughter's (Bad Dad, I was paying too much attention to the great things around me), and I thought that they had found my son wandering around.

    That was not the case, as he was right next to me. I told her that it was, and she then introduced me to her husband, and her son, who was about 9. She explained that they only made it over for 1 game a year, and that her son had just bought a Brand new Seahawks coat.
    She reached into her bag, and asked if I minded if they gave his old one (only worn 3 times) to my son, and to see if it fit. Of course it fit, with at least another year of growth to enjoy for next year. They gave us a hug, and walked off. That same coat was 120 dollars at the Pro Shop, and I could not have afforded that.

    My son will never forget that day.

    His first Seahawks Game of his life.

    We went to Training Camp last summer and got a bunch of autographs, including his Richard Sherman jersey, that Richard pulled him over the barrier to sign.

    And here were some awesome Hawks fans to go above and beyond to make it a great experience.

    Maybe I should send that to the Seattle Times.
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  • I'm with you Shark. This kind of thing should have zero tolerance and should be taken seriously, but as this thread illustrates, that is far from the case. I haven't been going to games as long as you have, but I would agree that it feels like it is getting worse over time. It's possible that woman was exaggerating in her story (women tend to exaggerate when it comes to fear/anxiety), but if it's even close to accurate, it sounds like we might not be far off from having acts of violence at our games just like they already have in LA and SF.

    Based on my own experience at our home games, I find her story to be totally believable. It's basically like the world's rowdiest bar minus the bouncer, and that brings out a very ugly side to a surprisingly high number of people. Zowert's estimate sounded about right to me.
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  • So a woman goes to an opponent's stadium wearing team colours and had people swear at her.

    Is that it?

    Seriously?

    Yes, having a dig at the kid is wrong but you can bet your arse if the mother wasn't there, that kid would be swearing like a trooper along with his friends.

    She must've lead a life wrapped in cotton wool to find that experience distressing.
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  • For those who are saying "I want opposing fans to feel uncomfortable", the best way for that to happen has nnothing to do with you, the Seahawks winning will take care of that.
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  • That story is a lie.

    I've been a season ticket holder for years and have never witnessed fans threatening kids or women. That is ridiculous.

    And for the last few years, security has actually become a little too strict. I've seen people kicked out for just partying too hard. Saw one guy get kicked out for standing in the aisle with a beer. Security told him not to stand in the aisle, he kept forgetting, getting too excited and kept moving into the aisle, so they kicked him out.

    Anyone who actually goes to the game is familiar with the very strict security at the Clink. There is zero chance that woman's story is true as she tells it.
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  • For what it's worth, the main reason I became a Seahawks fan was the atmosphere at Century Link. Always a NFL fan but never had a reason to follow a specific team (just how I feel about college football now). Went to a game against Green Bay... saw Seahawks and Packers fans sat together having some banter and never overstepping the mark. Had the 12th man flag... the noise. Some random dude gave me a high five on his way out of the stadium at the end. I just thought... this is the team for me. Been obsessed ever since. Amazing fans, amazing team.
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  • 1. No, we're not better than this. Is there some kind of magical barrier around Seattle that transforms the average NFL fan into paragons of chivalry? Hell no, there isn't. Every single fanbase has its share of drunken belligerents who act the fool. Ours is no different, nor should we expect it to be. Don't be that naive.

    2. No, opposing fans shouldn't feel like they have to hide their allegiance by not wearing their team's jerseys or colors when visiting Seattle. They paid for a ticket, same as everyone else at that stadium, and deserve to wear whatever they like to support their team.

    3. That said, I agree with the folks who note that how you respond to heckling determines how your day's going to go. My most recent Seahawks game was when they came to visit the Broncos in 2010, and I got a little good natured ribbing from some Broncos fans (I was in one of the end zones). I got yelled at a couple of times and shrugged it off, chuckling. I don't understand the mentality it takes for someone to get up in another fan's face and scream trash, but I also don't get the mentality it takes to respond to that in kind with "shut up!" or anything like that. If the first story in the original post is true, then I have to say that the woman who wrote it is partially to blame for being completely unprepared for dealing with conflict and also for rising to the provocation when it occurred.
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  • Uncle Si wrote:
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    pinksheets wrote:There's always going to be a few bad apples that really cross the line, that's unfortunate.

    I do want opposing fans to feel unwelcome in our house, though. I don't want them there.

    The above says it all IMHO. A few forty whiner fans crying, at least no one got stabbed unlike candledump. To the story, meh whatever! Odds are its full of exaggerating and half truths, and I hardly doubt they are the innocent victims they claim to be. If you are wearing enemy colors into an opposing stadium and don't expect to get harassed a little then you are naive. More than likely a few butthurt whiner fans still bitter over their team being completely dominated and embarrassed on national tv.



    "enemy" colors... because THIS IS WAR!!!

    ffs... whats naive is that a bunch of idiots think that when they're at a sporting event (an entertainment venue by the way) that they are somehow inclined to act like idiots.

    Regardless of whether this story is true or not, it happens. Regardless of whether someone was stabbed or not, the idea that we need to "protect this house" and make the opposing fans feel uncomfortable through verbal abuse reeks of immaturity.

    Seahawk fans, if you value the 12th man and the gameday experience, understand that this behavior was an extensive part of the fan experience in the English Premier League... now the opposing teams fans get cordoned off sections with police escorts, tickets are priced out of average fans monetary means, roudy fans lose their season tickets... forever, alcohol is often banned.

    As the OP said, clean it up. be loud. have fun (its a party after all) but lose the mentality that you are somehow involved in the physical battle between the two teams. Crowd noise impacted the game. acting like bullies to 14 year old kids didnt. its not your inherent right to intimidate other human beings because they were "naive" enough to support their team by wearing a uniform to a game. ridiculous

    Are you really that thick? Way to play he "superfan card". I am not condoning that behavior. But, If I went to candlestick park wearing my seahawks jersey when the 69ers are playing the hawks for me not to expect to take a rash of verbal insults, then yes I'd be guilty of being naive.

    My BS detector was going off like crazy during this article, apparently you believe every lie and exaggeration in it. Do you actually believe this large group of niner fans did absolutely nothing when all of this allegedly happened?????

    Do we have idiot fans? He'll yes we do, we have plenty, as does every fanbase. That sucks but it's a fact of life.

    I've seen fan idiocy at Hawks games and have told those to knock it off that went over the top to opposing fans, especially ones that were not starting crap. From my experience its usually the opposing fans with "little man syndrome" talking crap and picking fights.

    Bottom line is you have a few niner fans exaggerating and are feeling a little butthurt because their team that they thought was invincible got "lit up" and embarrassed on national tv.

    IMHO you bit on this "fish story" hook line and sinker.
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