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(The Courier UK)   After 33 years of prohibition, there are calls to once again permit consumption of alcohol inside stadiums during sporting events in a) Indonesia, b) Qatar, or c) Scotland?   (thecourier.co.uk) divider line 24
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2013-09-07 12:33:41 PM
Bad idea
 
2013-09-07 12:45:21 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: Bad idea


Immoral, too.  Don't give alcohol to animals to make them fight.
 
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2013-09-07 12:45:46 PM
Drinking in Ibrox?  This is a terrible idea.
 
2013-09-07 12:57:37 PM
If this gets approved, I need to figure a way to invest in Scottish fire insurance derivatives.
 
2013-09-07 01:34:06 PM
Subby is an idiot, banning alcohol in stadiums was the only thing stopping the country from being a smoldering pit.
 
2013-09-07 01:44:43 PM
U.S.: Sporting events have "faith day"
Rest of the world: Sporting events have "burn down the stadium day"
 
2013-09-07 01:45:32 PM
Went to a Celtic/Aberneen match at Celtic Park last year.  Was surprised at first.  Then by the second half it made sense.
 
2013-09-07 01:47:14 PM
It's not sporting events, it's just football. I was drinking 80/- at Murrayfield in the Spring.
 
2013-09-07 02:34:55 PM
Having attended several English Premier League matches I was happy that alcohol was not allowed "within sight of the pitch".  It was difficult enough dealing with the people hammered from pre gaming.
 
2013-09-07 02:51:43 PM
During the match might be the only 90 minutes some people take off from boozing during the weekend.
 
2013-09-07 03:12:20 PM
As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.
 
2013-09-07 03:58:22 PM
No true Scotsman wants to end the prohibition.
 
2013-09-07 04:05:43 PM

Faddy: During the match might be the only 90 minutes some people take off from boozing during the weekend.



yes, but soccer, and rugby don't last 3+ hours. They drink so much at the cricket that they build 40ft long snakes out of the empty glasses.
 
2013-09-07 04:21:12 PM

MFAWG: As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.


The SEC is booze free.
 
2013-09-07 04:40:34 PM

12349876: MFAWG: As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.

The SEC is booze free.


That is what tailgating is for
 
2013-09-07 05:18:37 PM
Went to Tennessee/UCLA at the rose bowl a few years ago. Was pissed I couldnt buy a beer. Had to walk nearly 100 yards back to the party bus to make more mojitos
 
2013-09-07 06:08:23 PM

tennesseemike: 12349876: MFAWG: As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.

The SEC is booze free.

That is what tailgating is for


I think it's actually worse.  I know when booze is banned in a game, I get that much drunker beforehand (and I'm obviously not in the minority there).  But if they sold booze at the game, I wouldn't be as bingy.
 
2013-09-07 06:57:03 PM
What a marvelous idea.

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2013-09-07 09:21:51 PM

Gordon Bennett: What a marvelous idea.

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Hey now, the Rangers fans left the Nazi flags at home on the trip to Tel Aviv.  See, they have cultural sensitivity after all!
 
2013-09-07 09:43:38 PM
That ban is just common sense.
 
2013-09-07 09:48:27 PM

12349876: MFAWG: As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.

The SEC is booze free.


I said 'America', not 'Jesusland'.
 
2013-09-07 11:28:50 PM

caira: Gordon Bennett: What a marvelous idea.

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Hey now, the Rangers fans left the Nazi flags at home on the trip to Tel Aviv.  See, they have cultural sensitivity after all!


I'm confused by the Confederate Nazi British Turks one.
 
2013-09-08 12:05:49 AM

12349876: MFAWG: As an American sports fan, this barely seems plausible, There would literally be blood in the aisles if they DIDN'T sell booze at sporting events here.

The SEC is booze free.


Pretty sure all NCAA games are.

/everyone gets drunk before the game
//oh wait, no, there are some special places that you can drink - just not in the stands
///though it's been a couple years since I've been to one
 
2013-09-08 03:42:41 AM

dbirchall: caira: Gordon Bennett: What a marvelous idea.

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Hey now, the Rangers fans left the Nazi flags at home on the trip to Tel Aviv.  See, they have cultural sensitivity after all!

I'm confused by the Confederate Nazi British Turks one.


Don't try to overthink what sort of thought process would lead those huns to fly the Union Jack and the Nazi flag side by side without even a hint of historical irony, or what might have possessed that one fud at the Hapoel match to throw a Nazi salute with one hand and hold up an Israeli flag with the other.

They're just thick as pigshiat.
As for the Turkish flag, they either haven't a scooby what it is, they stole it and are showing it off or possibly the three on the left with the knives are about to slice it up. And they're thick as pigshiat.
 
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