|benchmark - 2008-02-26 |
This pretty much sums up Middle America in 40 seconds.
Except this was in California:
Cretins are ubiquitous, even in the "blue" states. In several California counties, Bush got 75% of the vote.
If you want to be chauvinistic about where you hang your hat, first make sure the vast majority of your county didn't vote for Bush:
Otherwise, you might actually be a little blue dot in a sea of Jesus' blood, yourself!
Middle America my ass. Those're some fuckin' cholos in there, so keep yer goddamned mouth shut, America hater.
|Sean Robinson - 2008-02-26 |
Nerds on the internet can't tell baseball from football.
It's too bad it wasn't a baseball game because a few bats would've made the brawl much more interesting.
shit, I wasn't even looking at the game and just copied the title...
No, I originally posted the video as Little League Parents Brawl, as I was too entranced with the melee to even look at the team.
|zatojones - 2008-02-26 |
|Hooper_X - 2008-02-26 |
How proud the children must be.
(I'd seriously like to know how this started, though.)
My guess is the guy in the blue that's getting his head kicked in did something bad? I too would like to see how this drama unfolded, as that's often the most interesting part.
|revdrew - 2008-02-26 |
|Smellvin - 2008-02-26 |
Is it just me, or is the bearded guy that the camera's first focused on look almost exactly like Tank Abbott?
|goat - 2008-02-26 |
The bald guy in the greenish shirt and light jeans seems to REALLY want to fight a lot of seemingly random people. One of the guys he sucker punched while he was hopping around actually looked like he was on his side.
That guy just seemed so happy about getting the chance to run around punching people, it's hard to condemn him.
Don't hate on a brother for practicing his love, people!
Something tells me that the fight would have ended if someone had gone in and just punched that guy out.
|Udderdude - 2008-02-26 |
Please gather and form an orderly line, so that we can remove your dignity without another fight, please.
|glasseye - 2008-02-26 |
YAY FOR SPORTS HUR HUR.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-02-26 |
How dare you interrupt my attempts to live vicariously through my children?
|Adramelech - 2008-02-26 |
|waxeater - 2008-02-26 |
The preview image of the guy in the red shirt sprawled out on the field is amazing. It looks like he's making dirt angels.
"You're gonna be making dirt angles" sounds like some kind of Mafioso threat...
a damn good one
|CornOnTheCabre - 2008-02-26 |
it's hard to pick a best part, but I have to say it'd be the cameraman's writhing inner conflict
|Menudo con queso - 2008-02-26 |
These doughy lumps of Rainbo Bread wouldn't last ten seconds against a squad of Russian soccer hooligans. (Hmph, I say it as if I could.)
|enki don't - 2008-02-26 |
Proud moments, people. Proud, proud moments.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-02-27 |
Price of a new football jersey that's been soaked in blood:
Price of the cap for the tooth that got cracked 0
Ruining your kids' mental health for years to come: priceless
|hornung - 2008-02-27 |
hey bombers and wanderers, save it for the ducky boys
|Geoff Marr - 2008-08-27 |
I wish I had played sports when I was younger. Looks like now I'm just gonna have to get my kids in there.
|Old People - 2013-02-26 |
SprawlFatty in the preload makes this an automatic 5.
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