- Jul 7, 2014
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Yeah i can see your point thats why im trying to so diplomatic e.g not just trolling an talking bull**** at the end of the day your sport (rugby) is played by more than a hand full of nations professionally for the most part there is a healthy following its not like gridiron were it last 4 5 hours an to be honest other than catching a bull in flight very little skill you have far better upstanding of player conduct than you could say for football or rugby league an gridiron aswell as fan wise to an in saying all of that every other sport has its pros an cons i guess the real question is how do you value a sport but evening withstanding that question each person will have there own opinion no matter what other people say which is good it shows passion which is why some people get so worked up over this for example im sure you can sort of see my negativity towards gridiron an americans in general but again i tell myself as much as id like to think i can tanish everyone with the same brush for the act of a few stereotypical delinquents i shouldntI checked the IP addresses and unless he's doing some grade "A" trolling it's a different guy. Rugbyisawful was so over the top I don't think he would even have tried to be less pigheaded. Amazingly we didn't even ban the guy.
No he didn't want a debate(he wanted attention as all trolls do) he had already produced dissmissive "counter arguments", some people did bring legitimate debating points to the table and he simply ignored them. It's not my assumption about what he wanted it's clear from the actions he undertook and the context of his statements made. The evidence is overwhelming that he simply wanted to aggravate the membership something he succeeded in doing.
You probably aren't get much of a response Luigi because no one wanted this awful thread brought up again, it was started in such a "poison the well" type way debate was completely inpossible.
A legitimate debate concerning the pro's and con's of the various sports in good humour might have gone somewhere or at least been less of a complete train wreck.