Quote: Originally Posted by TenPenny
There shouldn't have been a 'situation' in the first place. Deciding to have 100,000 drunk people watching a hockey game outdoors was a bad idea. Anyone who has ever seen the results of a win, or a loss, in Montreal would know that. Whoever decided that was a bright idea is to blame.
there were thousands of families and older people there, not just 100,000 drunks, and the thought
that the majority were responsible, and the majority were drunk is false, a very small group started
it, then others followed, and yes, those who were part of that sickening display i'm sure were
drunk or drugged, or very stupid,but they do not represent vancouver, and the price they have to pay now, will
be part of their life for a long time, eg. just try to cross the border into the u.s. in the
future, they won't be able to do that, and i'm glad, how about a job resume, oops, have a record, poor
baby, the constant knowledge that others will either know or find out about your behavior, not a good
feeling, what goes round comes round, and it will, with those idiots for a long time.
I think what they have learned quickly, next time, make sure the 100,000 people are
divided into sections of 20,000 or so, and that can be contained and controlled
much better, and next time, the city hall must supply the police with enough
policemen to organize themselves better.
I don't want to see it stopped because of a group of idiots who would love that to
happen, would give them power. 'see what we caused? wow we brought it all to an
end. forget that, learn, and move on and just do it better next time.