Monday, September 30, 2013

The NFL

The NFL has begun requiring fans who are ejected from a stadium to take an online course before they are permitted to come back.  The course content focuses on anger management, alcohol, and crude behavior.  Here's how the program works:

Fans who get thrown out of stadiums for bad behavior will be sent a letter that encourages them to apologize to the team and complete the online course at their own cost. If they fail to do so and are caught on stadium property, they are told they could be arrested for trespassing.  When a fan completes the course, the team is sent a notification and the fan may be allowed back on premises.

No wonder I quit watching pro football.   With idiots like this running the aslylum why bother?

I would love to see this enforced.  How would they ever catch them or identify them?  Imagine catching them on stadium property and being told they could be arrested for trespassing after NOT completing an online course?  Would the NFL roll out some wine and cheese to make them feel better about themselves?  Maybe the NFL could engage some mental health counseling for them as well.

Heaven forbid Joe Arpaio doesn't catch them.    

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