Found December 13, 2012 on
The Sports Bank:
What the hell is wrong with people? It’s a friggin GAME PEOPLE! It’s sports, it’s entertainment and a distraction, what the **** is wrong with this Philadelphia *******?
From CSN Chicago:
Police say a dispute over a basketball game between the Chicago Bulls and the Philadelphia 76ers game led to a shooting that wounded two men on board an elevated train in Philadelphia.
Lt. John Walker says the shooting late Wednesday on the Market-Frankford El happened after a dispute over the 76ers’ loss to the Bulls earlier in the night.
Again what kind of ******* no life loser shoots someone because of what team he roots for? Or because that team beat his team? Does this guy have any priorities or any values at all in his life? It’s just a game!
Also, both men were taken to the hospital and are expected to survive.
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