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 Post subject: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
 Post Posted: Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:35 pm 
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Feel bad for the small guy that gets hit with the second bottle.


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That escalated quickly.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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People are idiots. (and why does most of this stuff seem to happen in California?)

I'd imagine some people will be getting arrested due to this video.

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Ass holes. I hope they went to jail.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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undereducated fools


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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I'm mostly annoyed by the idiot with the stupid hat being all dramatic about a little cut on his arm.

And the big cholo that struck the dude with the bottle is a punk. Sucker punching fools.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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It's too bad they didn't have guns.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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Anybody that smashes a beer bottle on a stranger's head deserves prison time. That is not acceptable.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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A fence would help.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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Leave it to Hawkwow to post some more outrageous stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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HawkWow wrote:
A fence would help.

LOL!
Cowboy fans fighting cowboy fans, and the charger fan gets the worst of it.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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YouTube never fails to have one or more clueless racist azzhats spouting off mess that they will NEVER have the balls to say face to face with a so called "nigger" smh. And dude wasn't even black. Clown.

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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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-The Glove- wrote:
Leave it to Hawkwow to post some more outrageous stuff.


Common sense isn't very common, but outrageous?


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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largenutz wrote:
HawkWow wrote:
A fence would help.

LOL!
Cowboy fans fighting cowboy fans, and the charger fan gets the worst of it.


This is what Romo does to people.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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Anybody that smashes a beer bottle on a stranger's head deserves prison time. That is not acceptable.


No kidding. To cheap shot someone like that when you're not even involved is the most cowardly thing you can do. I effin' hate those people.

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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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JSeahawks wrote:
People are idiots. (and why does most of this stuff seem to happen in California?)

I'd imagine some people will be getting arrested due to this video.


Yup.

http://www.ibtimes.com/cowboys-chargers ... eo-1413320

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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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^ Why I am not surprised that this is the guy that talks to the media?

"Todd Bowen, an eyewitness who suffered a cut from the flying glass, described the scene to NBC San Diego. “The glass actually stuck in my arm about 2 inch, 3 inch long and of course I’m looking at my arm and I pull it out and it doesn’t stop bleeding,” Bowen said. The cut was reportedly so deep that a paramedic asked Bowen if he had been shot."


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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^ Why I am not surprised that this is the guy that talks to the media?

"Todd Bowen, an eyewitness who suffered a cut from the flying glass, described the scene to NBC San Diego. “The glass actually stuck in my arm about 2 inch, 3 inch long and of course I’m looking at my arm and I pull it out and it doesn’t stop bleeding,” Bowen said. The cut was reportedly so deep that a paramedic asked Bowen if he had been shot."


Hahahahahahhahaha...that guy is a clown.


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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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mikeak wrote:
^ Why I am not surprised that this is the guy that talks to the media?

"Todd Bowen, an eyewitness who suffered a cut from the flying glass, described the scene to NBC San Diego. “The glass actually stuck in my arm about 2 inch, 3 inch long and of course I’m looking at my arm and I pull it out and it doesn’t stop bleeding,” Bowen said. The cut was reportedly so deep that a paramedic asked Bowen if he had been shot."

LOL!
Man, that guys is probably telling war stories at the watercooler today. Bottles... WHIZZING by my head! I'm on the ground with a flashlight and a .45 like a tunnel rat in Vietnam.

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 Post subject: Re: Cowboys/Chargers violence after the game
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mikeak wrote:
^ Why I am not surprised that this is the guy that talks to the media?

"Todd Bowen, an eyewitness who suffered a cut from the flying glass, described the scene to NBC San Diego. “The glass actually stuck in my arm about 2 inch, 3 inch long and of course I’m looking at my arm and I pull it out and it doesn’t stop bleeding,” Bowen said. The cut was reportedly so deep that a paramedic asked Bowen if he had been shot."

LOL!
Man, that guys is probably telling war stories at the watercooler today. Bottles... WHIZZING by my head! I'm on the ground with a flashlight and a .45 like a tunnel rat in Vietnam.


Replace the word watercooler with the word soupline and your take on the matter becomes much more plausible. ; )


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