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1 minute ago, Alpha said:

Yeah I might try that. That's the kind of person I am and that's exactly the same thing too

Hopefully there will be some blood and guts because that's exactly what I'm into as well. 

I hope that's what I'll be remembered for when I die. My daughters will say their Dad loved seeing a vicious attack. I do. I watched that Colchester fan get his head kicked in by those 3 Wrexham fans and I loved it. His wife and daughter now feed him and bathe him. That's exactly the same as this too. 

 

I mean I found this funny

 

But what if one was hurt? What if we shouldn't be laughing be laughing at the state of these two men? Maybe they have mental health issues? 

Maybe I'm worse than these people? Oh God, I'm responsible.

It's not funny at all for me. But then neither is seeing someone run on to a football pitch and attack a player.

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15 minutes ago, McLovin said:

I understand why he did it. Does that mean I would do that myself? No. Just because I understand why they did it doesn’t mean I agree with it. I understand why ISIS hate the West, but I disagree with them as an entity. Does that mean I will go and join ISIS? No of course not numpty.

I’m lost for words on this, I can’t thing of one reason why you could understand a fan running on a pitch to punch anyone, don’t bother to enlighten me.

Even if you told me Grealish had slept with his wife of 20 years, ending his marriage, he’d lost his home, was now living on the streets and had to wear that peak cap because he had lost his hair as a result of Grealish actions, I still would fail to understand such a cowardly action of punching him whilst he was completely oblivious that it was coming, however well done for understanding such an action, really does say a lot about you.

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2 minutes ago, AdamRam said:

I’m lost for words on this, I can’t thing of one reason why you could understand a fan running on a pitch to punch anyone, don’t bother to enlighten me.

Even if you told me Grealish had slept with his wife of 20 years, ending his marriage, he’d lost his home, was now living on the streets and had to wear that peak cap because he had lost his hair as a result of Grealish actions, I still would fail to understand such a cowardly action of punching him whilst he was completely oblivious that it was coming, however well done for understanding such an action, really does say a lot about you.

If you can't understand why a human makes stupid decisions, then that says more about you than anything.

You should have been named Simon.

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10 minutes ago, AdamRam said:

I’m lost for words on this, I can’t thing of one reason why you could understand a fan running on a pitch to punch anyone, don’t bother to enlighten me.

Even if you told me Grealish had slept with his wife of 20 years, ending his marriage, he’d lost his home, was now living on the streets and had to wear that peak cap because he had lost his hair as a result of Grealish actions, I still would fail to understand such a cowardly action of punching him whilst he was completely oblivious that it was coming, however well done for understanding such an action, really does say a lot about you.

I personally think there’s more important things going on in the world than to be outraged at what happened to Grealish, he’s fine fortunately which is what I’m bothered about. Grealish himself is probably having a right giggle about it now. If you fail to comprehend the difference between understanding why he did it and outright agreeing and urging him to hit Grealish , then that’s not my problem. 

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2 minutes ago, Norman said:

If you can't understand why a human makes stupid decisions, then that says more about you than anything.

You should have been named Simon.

I’m not sure that even makes sense, I’ve read it several times and I’m still confused.

Maybe I am Simon.

 

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1 minute ago, AdamRam said:

 however well done for understanding such an action, really does say a lot about you.

It really doesn't, a ridiculous point.

That's like saying that being a criminal psychologist means you must be criminal scum.

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2 minutes ago, AdamRam said:

I’m not sure that even makes sense, I’ve read it several times and I’m still confused.

Maybe I am Simon.

 

You can't grasp why the bloke did it, Simon. Not getting what your argument is?

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Just now, McLovin said:

I personally think there’s more important things going on in the world to be outraged at what happened to Grealish, he’s fine fortunately which is what I’m bothered about. Grealish himself is probably having a right giggle about it now. If you fail to comprehend the difference between understanding why he did it and outright agreeing and urging him to hit Grealish , then that’s not my problem. 

Fair enough, I’d be a be hypocritical to hold it against you given I taken a moral stance on this, your opinion is that you can understand it, mine is that it was a cowardly act and I can’t understand anyone who would punch someone from behind, regardless of who it was, I’d be exactly the same if I saw it in a nightclub or anywhere else to be honest,. 

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Fook me. I've realised on this thread what a scumbag I am. 

I though I was a decent bloke. The kind of stranger that would help you out. The kind of bloke you'd want around if you're Grandma is being mugged. The kind of bloke that doesn't threaten people on social media, on telephones or behind a steering wheel. 

Just a regular bloke with a missus and kids trying to do the right thing.

But I found it funny. So now I condone violence. Now I've realised I love unprovoked attacks on people from behind. 

Let the Brum lad out the cell. Put me inside. I even laughed at a sick joke the other day. 

Proper scum. If the world was full of people like me then... well there would be no crime. But laughing at this video says a lot about a person

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He seems happy enough... broad smile externally, but that looks suspiciously like a titter from within, to me!

 

 

...and as for the Villa manager claiming that "security should have been better"... He's gonna look a right chump if a Villa fan ever gets on their pitch anytime soon!

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13 minutes ago, Norman said:

If you can't understand why a human makes stupid decisions, then that says more about you than anything.

You should have been named Simon.

Better call me Simon too then. 

I also can't understand why anyone would run onto a pitch a try to punch someone I've probably never even met. 

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4 minutes ago, Coconut said:

 

It really doesn't, a ridiculous point.

That's like saying that being a criminal psychologist means you must be criminal scum.

I’m sure if the psychologist said he enjoyed watching the crime and could understand it then I’d probably think he was a criminal scum to be honest 👍

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1 minute ago, Tamworthram said:

Better call me Simon too then. 

I also can't understand why anyone would run onto a pitch a try to punch someone I've probably never even met. 

Simon

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