Originally posted by LoneWolf:
Normally id be insulted by a comment like that but your entitled to your own opinion of our fan bases behavior. I think your opinion on my comment is a little misconceived. I meant more how some children learn from there parents maybe indirectly that the opponants and there fans are the "enemy" but you can spin it yourway too. I guess i was brought up by a*****es. But i personally would much rather and opposing fan base in my teams house be uncomfortable then making themselves at home.
No misconception here, you clearly made your point re: "occasional misbehavior" being taught as a part of "fanhood". Don't misconstrue what I say. I've not stated this is solely a problem with the 49ers...it's a "societal" thing, where morals and notions of acceptable behavior have declined. But speaking specifically of the 49ers, I can say with no doubt whatsoever that there has been a "coarsening" of the crowds at the Stick over the past decade. I'll say it again: I hope this improves dramatically with the new stadium.
What does "uncomfortable" mean in the context of attending a sporting event...being afraid that at any minute someone might decide to dump a beer on their head or physically assault them?
Does "making themselves at home" mean being able to sit there and enjoy a game same as any other paying customer? If so, please to explain why this would be such a problem for you.