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A guy that I know has a son who fell and hit his head on a tile floor.  Kid had no idea who his family was.  Also - the parents are from a Spanish speaking country, but the kid was raised in US, so fluent in both English and Spanish.  He had no idea how to speak or understand Spanish.  No joke.  

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15 minutes ago, jughead77777 said:

this is the reason you don't take women and children to football games especially in the 300 section where the hardcore unruly fans sit and go wild.

 

I'm sorry, but if this is true, the Bills are absolutely responsible.

 

I mean, if I, as an out-of-town fan wanting to go to a game, go online to buy tickets do they come with a warning "warning do not take women and children to this section it's only for unruly out of control would-be-alpha chest pounding drunken males"?  Because if not, how is some out of town fan know this is a bad idea?

 

It's an event open to the public with professional security.  There is, or ought to be, a reasonable expectation of personal safety there.

 

 

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On 1/12/2020 at 2:00 PM, NewEra said:

Some really stupid replies here

I sure hope you got a warning for this remark from some over officious moderator.  You're essentially calling other forum members stupid.

 

I used the widely used innocuous & humorous slang term "snowflake" in a post, did NOT direct it at any users in here, and was slapped with a warning.

 

I dunno though, maybe it's OK to denigrate other users, but not OK to use words deemed to be politically incorrect. 🙄

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8 minutes ago, John in Jax said:

I sure hope you got a warning for this remark from some over officious moderator.  You're essentially calling other forum members stupid.

 

I used the widely innocuous & humorous slang term "snowflake" in a post, did NOT direct it at any users in here, and was slapped with a warning.

 

I dunno though, maybe it's OK to denigrate other users, but not OK to use words deemed to be politically incorrect. 🙄

No.  I’m 100% NOT calling other forum members stupid.   I’m saying that there were some stupid things said by some forum members.  Many a genius have said stupid things

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3 minutes ago, John in Jax said:

I sure hope you got a warning for this remark from some over officious moderator.  You're essentially calling other forum members stupid.

 

I used the widely innocuous & humorous slang term "snowflake" in a post, did NOT direct it at any users in here, and was slapped with a warning.

 

I dunno though, maybe it's OK to denigrate other users, but not OK to use words deemed to be politically incorrect. 🙄

 

Strangely enough, I can't find any online definitions of the slang term"snowflake" as "innocuous and humorous".  I can find this:

Snowflake is a 2010s derogatory slang term for a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are overly-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions. Common usages include the terms special snowflake, Generation Snowflake, and snowflake as a politicized insult.

 

I agree with NewEra that calling remarks stupid (or a bad take etc) is not the same as calling the person who made the remarks stupid.

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The MacDonalds' lawsuit alleges that an allegedly inebriated Bills fan from Canada shoved a female fan who was standing in front of him. The female fan tumbled forward, landing on people sitting in front of her and colliding with the back of Rodriguez-MacDonald’s head, the lawsuit alleges.

 

CLASS

ACT

 

If true I hope they take him and to the cleaners.

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1 hour ago, bbb said:

I think I saw this on Gilligan's Island.  Gilligan was cured when he was bonked in the head with another coconut.  

 

 

It's crazy but it might just work!

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31 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

Strangely enough, I can't find any online definitions of the slang term"snowflake" as "innocuous and humorous".  I can find this:

Snowflake is a 2010s derogatory slang term for a person, implying that they have an inflated sense of uniqueness, an unwarranted sense of entitlement, or are overly-emotional, easily offended, and unable to deal with opposing opinions. Common usages include the terms special snowflake, Generation Snowflake, and snowflake as a politicized insult.

 

I agree with NewEra that calling remarks stupid (or a bad take etc) is not the same as calling the person who made the remarks stupid.

That's stupid 🤣

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1 hour ago, jughead77777 said:

this is the reason you don't take women and children to football games especially in the 300 section where the hardcore unruly fans sit and go wild.

I'm sorry but this is just bull####. Nobody should be worried about their safety at a football game. Ever. Under any circumstances.

 

Society should never get a free pass because alcohol and football is involved. To suggest otherwise is ludicrous IMO

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3 hours ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

Absolutely, if legitimate. But how do you hold the team responsible for an apparently unique event?

 

You can't really.  Booze is the only thing that may factor in. 

 

Did the stadium vendors sell them beer?

Did the stadium security allow a drunk into the stadium?

 

Even if the idiots fighting were stone cold sober the facilities did not factor into the damage received. 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Captain Hindsight said:

I'm sorry but this is just bull####. Nobody should be worried about their safety at a football game. Ever. Under any circumstances.

 

Society should never get a free pass because alcohol and football is involved. To suggest otherwise is ludicrous IMO

I don't disagree with you but the husband said he's a long time bills fan and has been to over 100 bills game, he should know better.  its craziness up there and anything could happen. not sure it;s worth the risk of having a woman with you as your backup thats just me. terrible it happened but stuff like this happens at bills games all the time. fans are crazy.

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On 1/12/2020 at 10:08 PM, chongli said:

For all those complaining about a paywall, you need to clear your cookies. I can read it just fine.

 

Although not the point of this thread, if you are not in the US (or a very limited list of non-US countries) you can't access it, period.

I.E. for those of us deployed, they just outright block it. Because you know, all the US military who are deployed are hacker/cyber-terrorists.

 

Yes, I can use a VPN. Which, if I actually were trying to hack the site, is exactly what I would do anyway.

 

They block it because it doesn't match up with their advertising profile. Even though anything I buy is from the US. Their loss.

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7 minutes ago, jughead77777 said:

I don't disagree with you but the husband said he's a long time bills fan and has been to over 100 bills game, he should know better.  its craziness up there and anything could happen. not sure it;s worth the risk of having a woman with you as your backup thats just me. terrible it happened but stuff like this happens at bills games all the time. fans are crazy.

If you feel like you need "backup" at a Bills game, you might be the problem

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3 minutes ago, timekills17 said:

 

Although not the point of this thread, if you are not in the US (or a very limited list of non-US countries) you can't access it, period.

I.E. for those of us deployed, they just outright block it. Because you know, all the US military who are deployed are hacker/cyber-terrorists.

 

Yes, I can use a VPN. Which, if I actually were trying to hack the site, is exactly what I would do anyway.

 

They block it because it doesn't match up with their advertising profile. Even though anything I buy is from the US. Their loss.

 

I hear you. I had a friend who was overseas in the military. They blocked a lot, and wouldn't even let you click on links.

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On 1/15/2020 at 3:51 PM, Captain Hindsight said:

If you feel like you need "backup" at a Bills game, you might be the problem

 

LOL - that's exactly what I thought when I read that!  

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On 1/15/2020 at 3:51 PM, Captain Hindsight said:

If you feel like you need "backup" at a Bills game, you might be the problem

 

On 1/17/2020 at 7:38 PM, bbb said:

 

LOL - that's exactly what I thought when I read that!  

Back me up babe I'm goin in!

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On 1/17/2020 at 7:38 PM, bbb said:

 

LOL - that's exactly what I thought when I read that!  

Back up meaning you know it's unruly, you know what goes on up there at games. so many are drunk and disorderly in which often times causes bad things to happen. case in point a person getting injured.  I wouldn't subject children or women to it. not saying i like the way things are at games but i do enjoy going i just wouldn't bring a woman or a child. i would however pay a few dollars extra and sit them down with the fans who are more civilized. this is my point.

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On 1/15/2020 at 12:29 PM, NewEra said:

No.  I’m 100% NOT calling other forum members stupid.   I’m saying that there were some stupid things said by some forum members.  Many a genius have said stupid things

No worries, totally got where you were coming from. And couldn’t agree more.
 

Sounds like a horrible situation for all involved if true, and I feel for the family especially her kids. 

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On 1/15/2020 at 1:01 PM, Golden*Wheels said:

The MacDonalds' lawsuit alleges that an allegedly inebriated Bills fan from Canada shoved a female fan who was standing in front of him. The female fan tumbled forward, landing on people sitting in front of her and colliding with the back of Rodriguez-MacDonald’s head, the lawsuit alleges.

 

CLASS

ACT

 

If true I hope they take him and to the cleaners.

The article states that they found the woman who fell forward clunking the victims head.  The woman clearly states that she does not recall anyone pushing her. The whole story is an alleged story that will be very difficult to prove negligence on any ones part.

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She's flat out lying and will be shredded on the stand by any competent neuropsychologist.  The way the injury is described, there is no way she is experiencing this degree of long-term memory loss.

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30 minutes ago, jughead77777 said:

The article states that they found the woman who fell forward clunking the victims head.  The woman clearly states that she does not recall anyone pushing her. The whole story is an alleged story that will be very difficult to prove negligence on any ones part.

 

For your 7th post, you pull up a thread that hasn't been posted on since January 20th?  

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1 hour ago, jughead77777 said:

The article states that they found the woman who fell forward clunking the victims head.  The woman clearly states that she does not recall anyone pushing her. The whole story is an alleged story that will be very difficult to prove negligence on any ones part.


That'd be where that "if true" part of my post comes into play jughead.

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