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01-14-2014, 07:24 PM #1
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01-14-2014, 07:27 PM #2
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01-14-2014, 09:56 PM #4
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(01-14-2014, 07:27 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  yay.gif Best Pastor ever, with the possible exception of the team he's rooting for. chuckle.gif

This came out at the end of the summer. 40whiner fans complaining about the fan noise in Seattle. The story is by Barry Petchesky of Deadspin.



Was anyone else appalled by the unsportsmanlike conduct of the Seattle Seahawks and their fans, juiced on noise, which surely creates as big an advantage over an opponent as any performance enhancing drug and which, to their shame, NFL officials turn the same blind eye they have to concussions and drugs?

It would be simple to fix. Seahawks players and managers would ask their fans to cease and desist, and the NFL would implement a new rule: The visiting team may stop the game when fan noise is greater than a specified decibel level, and should this rule be violated in more than three games, no home games will be played at the offending field for the rest of the season, including playoff games. Things would quiet down.

At a time when the world seems sour, sports give us a place of joy, community and hope, and to have it spoiled is a bigger loss than it seems on the surface.

Is there the possibility that this is brilliant satire? Sure. We absolutely choose to believe it isn't.

Update: In today's Chronicle, another letter to the editor:

I couldn't agree more with "Unsportsmanlike conduct in Seattle" (Letters, Sept. 17).

It wasn't a game of skill anymore; it was an exhibition of excessive stadium noise, posturing obscenities in your opponent's face to draw a foul and street-punk behavior to fire up tensions to gain any advantage to get the win.

I hope the NFL will listen before the fans go deaf. Please stop the excessive stadium noise, and just play football.

Ellen Gust, Palo Alto


Can Californians be anymore whiny?



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