NlolRL wrote: ↑Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:55 pm
King-Eliagh wrote: ↑Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:42 pm
Nlol what dont you understand about my theory?
1. People, normal people, who pay to see a contest but see a lopsided pile of dogshit instead generally feel a bit cranky.
2. Cranky people are more likely to be aggressive.
I understand your 'theory', I just dont believe it, nor do I see evidence for it. In my experience these fights are usually fuelled by alcohol or emotional/disappointed fans, which is often due to close finishes such as the other day. So unless you provide actual proof it's your opinion only.
Secondly the first two crowd fights i found on google were during lopsided matches. I’m quite content my theory is plausible based on this and the above mentioned increased aggression.
you may be content with a 2 -1 result from a sample of 3 but that wouldnt be considered evidence in any context, so try again, again
Now we are getting somewhere. You understand my theory but U “don’t believe it” and instead believe that “usually the brawls occur in close fought contests”.
I agree that some fights break out after close contests. But prob for your understanding is this thread didn’t get made five years ago when I or others had no concerns abiut the increase in Afl violence.
So nlol, as per usual you only appear to understand the most basic of the basic. Please, try and understand that we are not talking in broad general boring terms here but we are talking specifically about the recent spike in violence. Do you understand?
When I’m bored I’ll find you some more evidence but as it stands now my theory beats yours 2-1. So ... in the mean time, shove that up ur pipe and smoke it