Douchebags near me

Its because he wasn’t wearing green.

I pity the fool who don’t wear green.

[QUOTE=Ninerballin;157983]How dare you insult me like that? Nah, i’m just kidding that wasn’t me, he was behind me I was in 105 row- A seat -2. That kids nick was turtle? or something…[/QUOTE]
were you the one that had on the hat and turned around and told him to shut up because it was Baldwins last game? I was sitting right behind him. And yes his nickname was turtle.

someone behind me in section 105 was yelling at Baldwin a lot through the first half too, is it the same guy? Between him and the girl in front of me who spent the whole game picking her nails and text messaging on her phone, I felt like I was in fan purgatory for awhile lol

nah this guy was in section 104, row c, seat 16

[QUOTE=beasley25;157994]come on guys ease up a little[/QUOTE]

Time for this sorry bastard to reap what he sowed…

I feel like I missed out on a good chance to tell some guy off. He was probably one of the guys doing the you suck chant. Seriously we have some of the worst fans some times. Dont ever seem to know where to draw the line.

i dont know where all this “‘we’ yelled at him” stuff is comming from. i was the only one who said anything to him. i went off on him pretty bad when he started yelling “Lutz you bastard!” at the top of his lungs, and he left a couple minutes later. the guy was trashed out of his mind. he wanted Lutz to put in Tripp when it was like halfway thru the first half, but he kept saying “Tritt” and “Trent.” F***ing moron…

[QUOTE=Chisox17;158147]i dont know where all this “‘we’ yelled at him” stuff is comming from. i was the only one who said anything to him. i went off on him pretty bad when he started yelling “Lutz you bastard!” at the top of his lungs, and he left a couple minutes later. the guy was trashed out of his mind. he wanted Lutz to put in Tripp when it was like halfway thru the first half, but he kept saying “Tritt” and “Trent.” F***ing moron…[/QUOTE]

My question to you Chisox is why was this bastard allowed to live???

Next you take him out right there…

Wish more people would actually show some life and get into the game where I sit in the Alumni Section (well, not like the guy that everyone is talking about in this thread). People look annoyed when you yell and cheer. They sort of sit there and look at you if you get too loud. And, I don’t yell anything negative. It’s my first year sitting up there w/season tickets, and it’s a little strange trying to get used to being around people who are so quiet during a game… especially when the other side of Halton is going ape…

My question to you Chisox is why was this bastard allowed to live????

Next you take him out right there…

or we could sacrifice him to the great antwon. he’s lacking in his snack department lately.

Yankee Niner, I heard that same guy sitting in 105, he was behind us somewhere.

[QUOTE=NinerATL2CHA;158184]Wish more people would actually show some life and get into the game where I sit in the Alumni Section (well, not like the guy that everyone is talking about in this thread). People look annoyed when you yell and cheer. They sort of sit there and look at you if you get too loud. And, I don’t yell anything negative. It’s my first year sitting up there w/season tickets, and it’s a little strange trying to get used to being around people who are so quiet during a game… especially when the other side of Halton is going ape…[/QUOTE]

where do you sit? I never see people getting “annoyed” at people cheering in the alumni section.

[QUOTE=Chisox17;158147]i dont know where all this “‘we’ yelled at him” stuff is comming from. i was the only one who said anything to him. i went off on him pretty bad when he started yelling “Lutz you bastard!” at the top of his lungs, and he left a couple minutes later. the guy was trashed out of his mind. he wanted Lutz to put in Tripp when it was like halfway thru the first half, but he kept saying “Tritt” and “Trent.” F***ing moron…[/QUOTE]

They are talking about someone else.

216… During the St. Louis game, there was a group of three guys in front of us who kept looking back a making faces when we cheered and got loud. I didn’t think we were being obnoxious or anything, just regular cheering. One guy finally started shaking his head like he was getting upset. The funny thing is that he and his group didn’t say hardly a word to one another the whole game. At the game last night, things were a bit better. There was a different group in front of us who didn’t seem to care and cheered too. I notice a lot of people let others use their tickets. So, there are usually different people from game to game. It seems like everytime we go (and, I’ve been to every home game this year), a lot of “new” people are sitting around us. Ok, I’m rambling now… Anyway, there have been other times when people (usually the ones who only stand for the national anthem) look to be a bit irritated…

Well I have to give it to you though. Good to know that 104 and 105 arent the only ones who have a pulse. Its sad to go to a sporting event that has a broadway show crowd.

My season tix are in 226, and me and my buddies that go are the ONLY ones cheering around us (excpet when the visitors section is full, i.e. Dayton), and we get some looks from folks getting irritated, but F 'em. Sometimes I sit in 116? (player’s family section), and I have to be careful over there – I’ve really gotten some looks after accidentally getting frustrated after a bad turnover, or being a little critical of someone (nothing over the top, I try to always be positive). They take offense over there (I prob. would too if it were one of my relatives on the court). Sat next to Tripp’s grandparents last night, real nice folks and I wish we could have gone up enough for him to get in the game. Oh well.

Yeah, I know what you mean. There are some others who get up and and are loud. And, you can tell they’ve been doing it for awhile… It’s just that it’s intermittent at best for most of that section. I go to have a good time. It would be great if everyone was at least half as involved as 104 & 105. With the added noise we could have [I]such[/I] a better home court advantage than we do now.

[QUOTE=RWORKMAN09;158058]were you the one that had on the hat and turned around and told him to shut up because it was Baldwins last game? I was sitting right behind him. And yes his nickname was turtle.[/QUOTE]

Nope I didn’t say anything to him, but he was acting like a doushe. It appeared he had a couple of drinks before the game or something (Especailly the way he shot those FT’s LMAO) I knew when they chose him to go shoot, that he would suck it up bad.

I was getting kind of pissed at a guy right behind me that kept saying Courtney Williams was the Real CDub and he was better than Curt. I was thinking WTF, but he may have been joking with his friends. Who knows?

I kept seeing that kid turtle in the aisle though, never seemed like he was in his seat.

Hey Gill, do you remember the guy at the St. Louis game that was in 105 and kept cussing at the refs. It was hilarious. I think I sat in 105 H seat 1 that game. I believe you guys were a row in front and in 105 seat 1 & 2. But did you ever see that guy, he was short and had a shaved head, man I was laughing all night long at that kid.

yeah they said they were high. They might have drank too, I don’t know. I doubt it though because none of them got up to piss during the game unfortunately. I had to endure them the entire time.

Someone mentioned section 216. I sit there, 4th row. There are some guys higher up who BOO Curt, Mitch, Bobby and just about everyone on our team throughout the game. It’s unbelievable.