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(SFGate)   Ah...the classic signs of late summer in San Francisco: the sun twinkling off the Bay, cable cars jammed with people gliding down the hills, and Dodgers fans getting stabbed to death outside of AT&T Park   (sfgate.com) divider line 3
    More: Scary, AT&T Park, Dodgers, San Francisco  
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508 clicks; posted to Sports » on 26 Sep 2013 at 2:18 PM (1 year ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-09-26 02:56:59 PM  
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News Flash:  Thugs sometimes wear athletic gear and display their territoriality with violence.  The ones who killed this guy weren't Giants fans any more than the scum who attacked Brian Stowe were Dodgers fans.  A thug is a thug, whether you encounter them in a parking lot or an alley six blocks from the stadium. There are too many of them everywhere now, and innocent people pay the cost for that proliferation.
2013-09-26 03:56:29 PM  
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dallylamma: Aren't sports related stabbings more of an Oakland tradition?


not lately. Candlestick and AT&T park are where you go to get violently attacked in the Bay Area now
2013-09-26 03:19:53 PM  
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ragsthetiger: News Flash:  Thugs sometimes wear athletic gear and display their territoriality with violence.  The ones who killed this guy weren't Giants fans any more than the scum who attacked Brian Stowe were Dodgers fans.  A thug is a thug, whether you encounter them in a parking lot or an alley six blocks from the stadium. There are too many of them everywhere now, and innocent people pay the cost for that proliferation.


Well said. I feel awful for the victims' family.
 
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