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Voyeurs from the land of Gump

Posted: 9/29/2013 3:10 PM

Voyeurs from the land of Gump 


Well, the voyeurs from the land of Gump are showing up in
numbers to check the misery index of their latest vanquished  opponent.  Aside from the Tide players, who played very well and are extremely good, indications are that some lurking rubes are manifesting their boorish behavior by reminding their opponent post-contest of the soundness of the victory, as if to inoculate themselves  with another  weeks worth of self-esteem . If they are indeed here and doing the same, then they indeed know the truth about themselves, if only in those places deep inside that they don’t talk about at parties. Their players are winners and you don’t see them acting the same. They shake hands and go on their way. They know they are winners and don’t have a need to prove it on the accomplishments of others. The Adlerian complex is in full effect here as it is an exposition of their efforts to compensate for their self-perceived inferiority to others. According to Alder, these feelings of inferiority may derive from their low position in their family structure, particularly if early experiences of humiliation occurred; a specific physical condition or defect existed; or a general lack of social feeling for others was present. Maybe some guy in the park had a little something in his pocket once and now they spend their time trying to heal themselves by attaching and proclaiming as "theirs" anything that appears alpha to them in an attempt to believe that by this they may be alpha too. This is apparently epidemic. Living vicariously through a football team is an art form in the” Row-Tyyde-Row” state.

However, like no other fan base, the gumpsters apparently bypass all opportunities to go out and celebrate with the opposite sex, rather they come to the opponents board to salve their low self-esteem by portending that “their” team is an extension of their own capabilities and accomplishments at which time they will readily explain to you THEIR accomplishments of NC’s  won by dead farts of decades ago. Even though they spend the evening with right hand Rosie and a recruiting journal in their left, for some reason, they believe that from the exploits of others, that everyone wants to be them.

You Bammer lurkers are well  known to all. You  spend many hours in the Books-a-Million reading free papers and magazines  with
endless articles talking about the dominance of Alabama, as if something is in the water there. We know what you are like. We have seen you goobers standing in the magazine section with your mouths half gapped, booger-noodling while reading the 40th account of the latest Bama news. Most likely getting a woody reading about a 240 lb. linebacker recruit from another state, that somehow will eventually get spun to make it appear that being from“Alabama” has something to do with his success. I would have more respect for Bammerites if they would just admit that Junior, Drummonds, Coopers and the others are better at purchasing a college program than others  Not only is the majority of the team from
out-of-state but over half the freshman class, so what does Bama have to do with it and what is your personal contribution?


But yet here they are; attempting to remind us how inferior we are and how if you talk trash to a bunch of of kids from Georgia, Florida, Louisiana and Texas, then a coach from West Virginia will make you pay for it because Bamma “don’t take that stuff”.  But for all you Saturday winners, you will realize that come Monday morning your hemorrhoids will still bleed, your wife’s thighs will still rub and your brother will still be driving that ’92 Camaro and thinking it is cool. The odd stain on your daughter's car seat you will just ignore because you are a little intimidated by her boyfriend as he really is alpha. It will be that way regardless of how your team plays.  Bama has some winning fans, some great folks, but they are not here lurking and looking to claim ownership of some imagined inflicted pain.

For those of you coming here in peace, welcome.



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Last edited 9/29/2013 3:15 PM by changeup

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Posted: 9/29/2013 3:19 PM

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Lol.....I lived in Foley for 12 years, and you are correct my friend.!
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Posted: 9/29/2013 4:15 PM

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This is so true. What is funny about this is that none of "the gumps" trolling over here will comment on this post because they can't get past the first word of your topic.
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Posted: 9/29/2013 4:23 PM

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Bravo!!!
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Posted: 9/29/2013 7:50 PM

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I had a great time with some Ole Miss folks on Saturday. I enjoy this board and your fan base, and hope your team wins the rest of your games. I am a graduate from Alabama and none of the Ole Miss grads that traveled to Tuscaloosa expressed any of the anger or vitriol that you are expressing. At any rate, I cant wait to visit Oxford again next year, Ill buy you a beer to show you not all Alabama fans are as ignorant as you perceive.
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Posted: 9/29/2013 7:57 PM

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He was responding to the flamers thoat love to kick the teeth in of opponents. We know you not all like that. I played in the same high-school backfield with a former Alabama player. Mark prudhomme, he played at Alabama from 71 to 76
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Posted: 9/29/2013 8:08 PM

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Evidently, the University of Mississippi has a very good journalism school. This is a very well written post and wonderful use of the English language.

The content is not an accurate representation of 98% of Alabama fans however. Re: the other 2%~can't argue there....
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Posted: 9/29/2013 8:21 PM

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Well as I said earlier, I will buy the beers next year on your turf and give you a different perception on true Alabama fans and grads. I am just happy that other things in our lives are going well that we have the option to complain about one fan base or the other. I always enjoy the grove and the female scenery, y'all never disappoint!
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Posted: 9/29/2013 9:30 PM

Hey Bama guys 


Hey look, I already drink beer with some of you guys weekly. I live in Alabama. Watched the game last night while texting a Bama friend with some nice barbs (took more than I gave of course). Unfortunately, I have to work with a few of what you describe as the 2% crowd I guess. I will compromise with you at  92% - 8%.  I know you have some great fans and probably the most knowledgeable ones in the conference. It just seems like every year, like no other team, some of these guys come over after the game and would have you believe that choosing to be a Tide fan is somehow a personal accomplishment. I usually get over it in time to pull for the Tide in post season.

Cheers


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Posted: 9/30/2013 8:31 AM

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Man, you seem to be taking the loss very hard. It's just a game!
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Posted: 9/30/2013 8:59 AM

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Not the loss- just a fair assessment of the redneck % of cooters who are Bama fans.
krispykreme wrote: Man, you seem to be taking the loss very hard. It's just a game!
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Posted: 9/30/2013 12:07 PM

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I thought it was a game too until your pyrenaless brethren come over here 
proclaiming franchise on heaven because they are Bama fans.

I would think taking a loss hard would be more in line with that a**clown frat boy crying on national television or perhaps someone throwing a brick threw the coaches window. 
-Just sayin
krispykreme wrote: Man, you seem to be taking the loss very hard. It's just a game!


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Posted: 9/30/2013 12:09 PM

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or poisoning trees....disbelief
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Posted: 9/30/2013 1:07 PM

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I missed the best one Rob. Good catch.


FarAwayRob wrote: or poisoning trees....disbelief


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Posted: 9/30/2013 2:06 PM

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changeup wrote: I thought it was a game too until your pyrenaless brethren come over here 
proclaiming franchise on heaven because they are Bama fans.

I would think taking a loss hard would be more in line with that a**clown frat boy crying on national television or perhaps someone throwing a brick threw the coaches window. 
-Just sayin
krispykreme wrote: Man, you seem to be taking the loss very hard. It's just a game!
Valid point.
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Posted: 9/30/2013 3:59 PM

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Yes.  Harvey Updike, the tree killer disbelief.  No degree, no class..just Bama wear from Walmart and some herbicide.  A true Bama lover and example for all of the Crimson Turd faithful. But, in his famous words acclaimed by all of turdland, "roll damned tide".

"Sometimes in life, there just ain't enough rocks" - Forest Gump

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Posted: 9/30/2013 6:50 PM

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Yes.  Harvey Updike, the tree killer disbelief.  No degree, no class..just Bama wear from Walmart and some herbicide.  A true Bama lover and example for all of the Crimson Turd faithful. But, in his famous words acclaimed by all of turdland, "roll damned tide".

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Your anger as well as the OP's experience is a prime example of how naive and ridiculous it is to judge an entire fanbase on the basis of a few sidewalk fans and internet trolls. There may not be 2 student bodies and alumni bases more alike than Ole Miss and Alabama yet some of you let a handful of sidewalk fans and internet trolls get under your skin. Heck, the Alabama hate week thread on Red Cup Rebellion was 1,000 times more offensive than what any Bama troll has posted here yet Bama fans didn't protest because even though 95% of the stuff posted about Alabama fans and the school is absurd and untrue you have to laugh at yourself over the 5% of the stuff that is true. It's clearly well presented satire that was actually pretty funny. If you can't take the ribbing or trolling in stride and get so easily bent out of shape you're in danger of becoming THAT guy. Don't be THAT guy that takes himself so seriously. Nobody likes that guy.
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Posted: 9/30/2013 7:31 PM

And nobody likes cheaters 


And we don't like arrogant fan bases who think way too highly of themselves based on a win at all costs mentality.  Cheaters never really win.  Buying kids, and putting Bammer alums in positions of power in the SEC office, influencing refs to cheat, etc. is no way to build a proud program.  "Pride goeth before a fall"...and the fall is coming. Having the SEC office in Bammer-ham has got to be changed.

"Sometimes in life, there just ain't enough rocks" - Forest Gump

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Posted: 9/30/2013 10:33 PM

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jessiemeeks wrote: Yes.  Harvey Updike, the tree killer disbelief.  No degree, no class..just Bama wear from Walmart and some herbicide.  A true Bama lover and example for all of the Crimson Turd faithful. But, in his famous words acclaimed by all of turdland, "roll damned tide".


and the bama fanbase worships him for it everywhere he goes.  He'll never pay for another drink in fact.  Embarrassing, yes .... but no bama fan can truthfully deny that is the case.
The NCAA in responding to Alabama's textbook appeal called Alabama a "serial repeat violator" with an "abysmal infractions track record" and an "extensive recent history of infractions cases unmatched by any other member in the NCAA."
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Posted: 9/30/2013 10:38 PM

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I thoroughly enjoyed this. here's to a great game sat night in Auburn. hotty toddy the rest of the year after sat night
I believe in Auburn and love it!
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