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Harbaughs Approach to this 3rd preseason game.

Just like elementary school. There was always some a$$hole who messed up and caused all the other kids to lose a movie or field trip or something fun.
I went to a Formula 1 auto race outside of Istanbul, Turkey in 2008. The cops there all had machine guns. But the beer stands were open for the entire race. Even after the race. I lived in Germany from 2006-2008. All of the sporting events I went to in Germany, including NFL Europe games, allowed liquor sales until well after the event was over. You can buy a beer at a liquor store, open it at the counter, and walk out of the store drinking it legally at the age of 16. But you can't buy a gun. Not trying to start a Constitutional debate here, but I like beer more than guns. I know Europeans have their own version of football violence occasionally, but I don't recall anyone getting shot.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by susweel:
Well what do you expect they were busting caps on n***az last week.

No s**t, they are there to keep them gansta wannabies from trippin an setting s**t off up in the muf**kn hizzowse. Seriously though, if I was taking my family to a game, I would be f**kin ecstatic to have the troops there.

True that. I don't have a family and can take care of myself, but i feel sorry for the kids that have to hear all the profanity and see the violence.
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Aug 27, 2011 at 2:17 PM ]
Originally posted by MrRedDogSF:
They're a day late and a dollar short. I just saw THREE SFPD escort a 4' tall 80 yr old chinese ladyy out of the parking lot for tryin to pick up a few cans I swear they almost cuffed her

They should of used night sticks on her knee caps.
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
Originally posted by MrRedDogSF:
They're a day late and a dollar short. I just saw THREE SFPD escort a 4' tall 80 yr old chinese ladyy out of the parking lot for tryin to pick up a few cans I swear they almost cuffed her

They should of used night sticks on her knee caps.

cops can't bend that low in riot gear.
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
I went to a Formula 1 auto race outside of Istanbul, Turkey in 2008. The cops there all had machine guns. But the beer stands were open for the entire race. Even after the race. I lived in Germany from 2006-2008. All of the sporting events I went to in Germany, including NFL Europe games, allowed liquor sales until well after the event was over. You can buy a beer at a liquor store, open it at the counter, and walk out of the store drinking it legally at the age of 16. But you can't buy a gun. Not trying to start a Constitutional debate here, but I like beer more than guns. I know Europeans have their own version of football violence occasionally, but I don't recall anyone getting shot.

Germans and guns don't go together doncha know? The allies banned them from having weapons for a long time. We did them a favor.
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
I went to a Formula 1 auto race outside of Istanbul, Turkey in 2008. The cops there all had machine guns. But the beer stands were open for the entire race. Even after the race. I lived in Germany from 2006-2008. All of the sporting events I went to in Germany, including NFL Europe games, allowed liquor sales until well after the event was over. You can buy a beer at a liquor store, open it at the counter, and walk out of the store drinking it legally at the age of 16. But you can't buy a gun. Not trying to start a Constitutional debate here, but I like beer more than guns. I know Europeans have their own version of football violence occasionally, but I don't recall anyone getting shot.

Germans and guns don't go together doncha know? The allies banned them from having weapons for a long time. We did them a favor.

I'm Dad is American and my Mom is German. That makes me half of each. My Dad's brother was in the 2nd Ranger Battalion and landed in Normandy on D-Day and died seven weeks later fighting in France. He's still buried there. My mom's uncle was drafted into the German military during WW2 and was declared and still is---MIA. I myself served 4 years in the US Army so I think my perspective may be a little more unique than yours. I was merely trying to point out some of the cultural differences in the 21st Century. Still way too much violence in this country. Millions and millions of Europeans died during WW2. Maybe they just got sick of violence in general.
That is what happens when you have stupid chollos that no nothing about there team just going to the game to drink and start a fight.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by Oakland-Niner:
Originally posted by MrRedDogSF:
They're a day late and a dollar short. I just saw THREE SFPD escort a 4' tall 80 yr old chinese ladyy out of the parking lot for tryin to pick up a few cans I swear they almost cuffed her

They should of used night sticks on her knee caps.

cops can't bend that low in riot gear.
Get these men longer night sticks.

And who cares, really? If it makes the place a safer and more family friendly environment, than they should do it. Saying, "Well only a few people got shot and it shouldn't happen THIS game" really downplays what went down. There are fights at almost every game, it's a competitive sport, it happens. If having more guards and stricter rules will tone those down or take them away, i'm all for it.
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Originally posted by HessianDud:
cops can't bend that low in riot gear.

It's not the riot gear, it's the donuts.
Originally posted by Lott49ersFan:

It's not the riot gear, it's the donuts.


Originally posted by Whomeam:
Get these men longer night sticks.

And who cares, really? If it makes the place a safer and more family friendly environment, than they should do it. Saying, "Well only a few people got shot and it shouldn't happen THIS game" really downplays what went down. There are fights at almost every game, it's a competitive sport, it happens. If having more guards and stricter rules will tone those down or take them away, i'm all for it.

From what I've read, accounts from people who are at the stadium, it just sounds like real overkill. I get the whole safety and family friendly thing, but if there's so many cops walking around busting people for every little thing, intimidating people, etc, then its not going to be very fun for anybody, and it won't feel very safe, either. Just my .02. Maybe we'll get more reports from people at the game and see how it goes.
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
I went to a Formula 1 auto race outside of Istanbul, Turkey in 2008. The cops there all had machine guns. But the beer stands were open for the entire race. Even after the race. I lived in Germany from 2006-2008. All of the sporting events I went to in Germany, including NFL Europe games, allowed liquor sales until well after the event was over. You can buy a beer at a liquor store, open it at the counter, and walk out of the store drinking it legally at the age of 16. But you can't buy a gun. Not trying to start a Constitutional debate here, but I like beer more than guns. I know Europeans have their own version of football violence occasionally, but I don't recall anyone getting shot.

Germans and guns don't go together doncha know? The allies banned them from having weapons for a long time. We did them a favor.

I'm Dad is American and my Mom is German. That makes me half of each. My Dad's brother was in the 2nd Ranger Battalion and landed in Normandy on D-Day and died seven weeks later fighting in France. He's still buried there. My mom's uncle was drafted into the German military during WW2 and was declared and still is---MIA. I myself served 4 years in the US Army so I think my perspective may be a little more unique than yours. I was merely trying to point out some of the cultural differences in the 21st Century. Still way too much violence in this country. Millions and millions of Europeans died during WW2. Maybe they just got sick of violence in general.

Originally posted by HessianDud:



From what I've read, accounts from people who are at the stadium, it just sounds like real overkill. I get the whole safety and family friendly thing, but if there's so many cops walking around busting people for every little thing, intimidating people, etc, then its not going to be very fun for anybody, and it won't feel very safe, either. Just my .02. Maybe we'll get more reports from people at the game and see how it goes.
Man the cops here where I live only mess with troublemakers at concerts and sporting events, and I live in the bible belt. I have always been told that the cops were nazi stormtroopers in you guys city, but that is better than thuggery threatening the safety of families and fans interested in actually watching the game. Those a-holes can stay in their own projects getting drunk and having pissing contests and let the decent folks enjoy their sporting event.
Originally posted by Memphis9er:
Originally posted by HessianDud:



From what I've read, accounts from people who are at the stadium, it just sounds like real overkill. I get the whole safety and family friendly thing, but if there's so many cops walking around busting people for every little thing, intimidating people, etc, then its not going to be very fun for anybody, and it won't feel very safe, either. Just my .02. Maybe we'll get more reports from people at the game and see how it goes.
Man the cops here where I live only mess with troublemakers at concerts and sporting events, and I live in the bible belt. I have always been told that the cops were nazi stormtroopers in you guys city, but that is better than thuggery threatening the safety of families and fans interested in actually watching the game. Those a-holes can stay in their own projects getting drunk and having pissing contests and let the decent folks enjoy their sporting event.

here, here! No reason to fear the law if you aint breaking it.....(Obviously, a general statement).
Seemed like a good idea at the time but now I feel it was a horrible decision. We need to see how our starters are, and it's pointless to play a first string vs. a second team.

We have learned nothing from this game yet.