About 5 years ago I was in the Harvey's on Peel in mid-afternoon, when in walked two Boston dudes with Bruin jackets... totally pissed drunk... talking very loud and obnoxiously... harassing the girls who worked at the cash... acting like they owned the place. They made sure that everyone in there knew they were there.
Everyone's quiet thoughts?
"Somebody please step forward and punch these losers out"
Some people occasionally deserve to be ejected from places in order to prevent trouble.
Security should have been more proactive at the Bell yesterday and thrown out the troublemakers (In a perfect world, anyway).
Fighting has no place in hockey, but it happens
Fighting has no place in society, but it happens
Been going to sporting events for years and in a variety of cities and every once in awhile (omg) a fight does break out. usually the exception and not the norm. this leads one to believe that circumstances / timing lead to the fight breaking out. Same thing as back in the day when Boston fans would visit our fair city, fights didn't always break out in the bars after the game....but once in awhile........whoa baby
All this to say other than the clip, there's really nothing new to see here
I have parented 2 very successful children to adulthood.
I didn't question your parenting skills, just asked you a simple question... how much do you want the world around you to change to shield you from a simple parenting moment?
Hint: this isn't going to be your toughest challenge.
Oh believe me as a single dad of 4 kids I know this and my oldest daughter is 15 thankfully she has a very good head on her shoulders and I haven't had to be too worried about her. My 10 year old mind you is the one I have to worry about she is the one that I am most concerned about she is my wild child.