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I've already had about enough of these petulant sports fan pukes booing and heckling. What a disrespectful, childish way to disrespect the guest announcers. If I did security there, I'd escort every last one of these sausage eating fat loudmouths right out of the building for heckling the commish. 

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I've already had about enough of these petulant sports fan pukes booing and heckling. What a disrespectful, childish way to disrespect the guest announcers. If I did security there, I'd escort every last one of these sausage eating fat loudmouths right out of the building for heckling the commish. 

They're allowed to boo, in my opinion.  They have their freedom of speech.  It's expected; anytime you are in a position of power, you're going to have people who don't like you and boo you.

 

Bucs take a OT to protect Jameis

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They're allowed to boo, in my opinion.  They have their freedom of speech.  It's expected; anytime you are in a position of power, you're going to have people who don't like you and boo you.

 

Bucs take a OT to protect Jameis

They boo Roger they boo the league. The same league these dorks hand all their money too. He is nothing short of just an arm for the owners. 

 

They have no freedom of speech within this arena. I would drag every one of them out by their overpriced jerseys and ...."no refunds".

 

PS: It's the heckling that's getting out of control. 

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I've already had about enough of these petulant sports fan pukes booing and heckling. What a disrespectful, childish way to disrespect the guest announcers. If I did security there, I'd escort every last one of these sausage eating fat loudmouths right out of the building for heckling the commish. 

Yep, it is getting old now.  Just a bunch of *s.

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