Discussion in 'Sports' started by Joseph Brant, Feb 16, 2014.
Meant none of the current record holding teams went on to win a championship.
Everyone should attend a professional playoff game for any of the big 4 sport leagues in Boston as an opposing fan at least once in their life. Such a cultural experience. It is not even remotely like the typical chest beating drunken trash talk you easily may encounter on an SEC Saturday gameday. Boston trash talk is much more personal, cold shouldered, and frequent.
With that the city has iconic history and there's tons of stuff to see/do and eat while there despite being crappy in many ways. Would never wanna live there full time, but well worth a weekend visit. There's a weird aura about it, idk hard to explain exactly unless you've actually been.
I give them nothing, [uck fay] em. The sec is full of soft petulant fans and boston fans are just petulant.
I enjoyed the city. Wouldn’t want to live there.
The people are actually pretty good people beyond certain racist circles, but they make obnoxious sports fans. My wife worked in the hospitals so I got to know a lot of locals over my time there. Most were great people.
Ah, makes more sense. Wasn't trying to be a [penis], lol. Genuinely curious.
I just enjoy seeing Brad Marchand lose.
No I definitely did not write that correctly haha
I love hating on Boston but the city itself has grown on me. But [uck fay] everything sports related and [uck fay] that accent
Mostly just [uck fay] kissing anyone's rings or ass.
When Skittles dunks on you......
Didn't know skittles came ice cold.
My favorite was the guy in the Chinese restaurant who handed me a fork like who are you kidding, southern white dude
Updated. 56 years.
she's gotta better stiff arm than arian foster
And of course Cassidy just won the cup.
Barry Melrose retiring from ESPN after being diagnosed with Parkinson's.
If you like to see a lot of goals scored, watch the Sharks play. They've given up 20 goals in the past two games alone.
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