Is it fair to shout at people even when they deserve it?
After watching the Canucks play a terrible game and moving them into a bad position after leading the series 3-1, they're now tied up at 3-3 and risk elimination on Monday. It's bad enough watching your home team do badly, but afterwards, about 2 hours after the game, my friend messages me saying "we're winning". I try to explain that the game was over and Canucks already lost, oh but no... it continues, "no" "the show it's on tv right now" "and i was watching with my bro" "it does say Vancouver" "i'm not blind Jeff" "my whole family was watching" "it's still on tv!"
Tensions run high especially with sports, but even more so since it's national playoffs. Honestly going up to someone after the team just lost badly and say "we're winning", how do you NOT expect to be ridiculed and spoken to like an idiot?
She wouldn't acknowledge that the Canucks lost and defender her claim and told me to go watch the channel. she also tried to cover herself by claiming that she hasn't watched recently. Seriously, you could see clearly on the rink that it says "Giants" which is obviously not "Canucks" and why would they be playing "PG". Any somewhat aware Vancouverite would know we're playing Dallas. Someone who can't tell the difference between junior leagues and the NHL, and who are claiming to be a fan and to cheer them on get pity from me. You don't get to pose and pretend to be cheering for the hometeam when you don't even know what they look like. Poser. Just because you pretend to know what you are talking about doesn't mean you can run your mouth off. Ungh. I don't know why this is pissing me off so much.
CANUCKS LOST BAD. THEY WERE NOT WINNING AT ANY POINT IN TODAY's GAME. YOU DO NOT GET A RIGHT TO CALL YOURSELF A FAN IF YOU THINK THEY WERE WINNING TODAY. DO NOT PASS GO. DO NOT COLLECT 100$. YOU GO DIRECTLY TO THE LOSER BOX.