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    So I went and saw the beastie boys tonight and they set that shit off. Now I could do without the political rants but I guess that comes with the territory.

    The only downside was that I was not able to enjoy the concert because I am such a big Philly Eagles fan. If someone (possibly Adolf) could contact thecobra and ask him how I could enjoy the finer things in life while become a casual football fan that would be greatly appreciated.

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    Did they sing sabatoge?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimach View Post
    Did they sing sabatoge?
    That was the encore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    So I went and saw the beastie boys tonight and they set that shit off. Now I could do without the political rants but I guess that comes with the territory.

    The only downside was that I was not able to enjoy the concert because I am such a big Philly Eagles fan. If someone (possibly Adolf) could contact thecobra and ask him how I could enjoy the finer things in life while become a casual football fan that would be greatly appreciated.
    I went ahead and emailed thecobra and let him know that a friend of mine is having difficulties with being happy and shared the specifics (although I changed your name). Thecobra said that there isn't much that you can do but suffer until you mature out of it. He said that he went through many of the same things I described of you, albeit not nearly with such frequency, as his Cowboys, Lakers and Dodgers were winning championships left and right, while you suffered all your life not knowing what that feels like.Thecobra told me stories of his days, and even weeks being ruined simply because of an occasional Cowboys loss or Dodgers defeat. Not so much the Lakers but those stung too. It wasn't until he matured and realized that sports are fun and great to follow and watch, but ceetainly not anything to get too down about. I asked him about his Dallas Cowboys presently struggling and he said that as much glory as they've brought him, it would be silly for him to expect much more from the injury riddled squad. He went on to say that with how busy he is with running a business, spending time with his girlfriend and little puppies, he hardly puts too much emotional emphasis on if his team wins a Super Bowl this year or the next, either way he'll be there to watch them hoist yet another Lombardi trophy and he's excited for the team to get healthy and showcase how well they can play.In summing it up PJ, it seems to me that you're just going to have to go on suffering just like the rest of the Philly football fans have for well over 40 years now, or at least until you mature a little and realize that there is more to life than mediocre Eagles football. The concert is a good start but clearly you have a big challenge ahead of yourself before you can enjoy your team and not have it be a source of misery. I hope that helps little buddy.
    Lets go Brent!

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    I am beginning to realize Cobra must have had some bad experiences as a young football fan in the 80's if he thinks it takes some high level of maturity to be a sports fan.

    Was he bullied as a kid when he wore his Tampa Bay jersey? The kids would take turns giving him noogies and swirlies. From then on he vowed to pick the best teams and root for them extremely casually but only when they were winning.

    I am sure they were traumatizing experiences and maybe it got worse when he would visit places like Philly when he got older and Eagles fans would pour beer on his head and give him wedgies.

    I can understand all that and it makes sense why he is weary of sports and thinks it is only suitable for mature adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-jersey View Post
    I am beginning to realize Cobra must have had some bad experiences as a young football fan in the 80's if he thinks it takes some high level of maturity to be a sports fan.

    Was he bullied as a kid when he wore his Tampa Bay jersey? The kids would take turns giving him noogies and swirlies. From then on he vowed to pick the best teams and root for them extremely casually but only when they were winning.

    I am sure they were traumatizing experiences and maybe it got worse when he would visit places like Philly when he got older and Eagles fans would pour beer on his head and give him wedgies.

    I can understand all that and it makes sense why he is weary of sports and thinks it is only suitable for mature adults.
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    PJ I agree with you 100%. You clearly don't require any maturity at all, to be a sports fan in Philadelphia.
    Lets go Brent!

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    Did they sing Ice Ice Baby?

    That's my favorite!







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    Anyone remember when Beavis and Butthead were watching this and Beavis kept spazzing about how he couldn't wait for this video to come out ? Butthead finally had to bitch-slap Beavis to prevent a seizure -these guys are like AC/DC-been around forever and still put on one of the better shows around-hard to top Angus 's solo on Whole lotta Rosie-man's older than me and has the energy of a 2 year old .

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