Alumni Football Game to be held

Alumni Football Game to be held

There are 10 comments on the Silver City Sun-News story from Apr 1, 2011, titled Alumni Football Game to be held. In it, Silver City Sun-News reports that:

BAYARD Alumni Football USA comes back to Grant County for the second annual Cobre versus Silver full contact football game.

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Former Fighting Colt

Tucson, AZ

#1 Apr 1, 2011
Go COLTS!!! Wish I were there to see the game :-(
losers

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#2 Apr 1, 2011
Silver is a bunch of losers
waa waa waa

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#3 Apr 1, 2011
Silver should have played Deming. Cobre is going to hand them their _SS Again this year!
oh brother

Silver City, NM

#4 Apr 1, 2011
Alumni Football USA?? Where are the games for the youth of Grant County?? Shouldn't some of these guys be playing NCAA football or some Junior College football somewhere??!!! GROW UP ALREADY, LET THE KIDS HAVE SOME FUN FOR ONCE!!!!!!!!!!
Al Bundy

Albuquerque, NM

#5 Apr 1, 2011
oh brother wrote:
Alumni Football USA?? Where are the games for the youth of Grant County?? Shouldn't some of these guys be playing NCAA football or some Junior College football somewhere??!!! GROW UP ALREADY, LET THE KIDS HAVE SOME FUN FOR ONCE!!!!!!!!!!
Hey dump truck its called Pop Warner and they already have that here. There are plenty of activities for youth in Grant County. Try pulling your unathletic head from your arse and maybe you would be aware of these types of activities.
get a grip

Silver City, NM

#6 Apr 3, 2011
Al Bundy wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey dump truck its called Pop Warner and they already have that here. There are plenty of activities for youth in Grant County. Try pulling your unathletic head from your arse and maybe you would be aware of these types of activities.
Yo AL Bundy, just because you couldn't make as a real ATHLETE, stop trying to make your kids see how much of a loser you've become!! How are they going to learn about sports when all they have in GRANT COUNTY is pop warner and WHATEVER USA!!! Oh yeah, not sure what you mean by ARSE,so I'll say it for you, when you REJECTS start helping your kids do better in sports and in school that's when we know you've pulled you head out of your ASS!!! LIFE DOESN"T STOP AFTER HIGH SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!
just curious

Silver City, NM

#7 Apr 3, 2011
get a grip wrote:
<quoted text> Yo AL Bundy, just because you couldn't make as a real ATHLETE, stop trying to make your kids see how much of a loser you've become!! How are they going to learn about sports when all they have in GRANT COUNTY is pop warner and WHATEVER USA!!! Oh yeah, not sure what you mean by ARSE,so I'll say it for you, when you REJECTS start helping your kids do better in sports and in school that's when we know you've pulled you head out of your ASS!!! LIFE DOESN"T STOP AFTER HIGH SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!
Arse is a polite way of saying ass.
Get a Grip is a Douche

Albuquerque, NM

#8 Apr 3, 2011
get a grip wrote:
<quoted text> Yo AL Bundy, just because you couldn't make as a real ATHLETE, stop trying to make your kids see how much of a loser you've become!! How are they going to learn about sports when all they have in GRANT COUNTY is pop warner and WHATEVER USA!!! Oh yeah, not sure what you mean by ARSE,so I'll say it for you, when you REJECTS start helping your kids do better in sports and in school that's when we know you've pulled you head out of your ASS!!! LIFE DOESN"T STOP AFTER HIGH SCHOOL!!!!!!!!!!
If "get a grip" would have read the article instead of being so quick to throw their opinion out there maybe they would have seen that part of the money raised benefits Cobre High School. So with that said this helps the kids in the area. You state all they have is Pop Warner in the area, your ignorance has no end. There is Little League/T-Ball, Youth Soccer, Youth Basketball, Youth Wrestling, and other programs in Grant County. As far as helping kids you lead by example, by showing teamwork and sportsmanship through competitive sports. Again maybe you should do some research before stating your uneducated opinion. As they say opionions are like a**holes and you just happen to be one.
get a grip

Silver City, NM

#9 Apr 3, 2011
Get a Grip is a Douche wrote:
<quoted text>
If "get a grip" would have read the article instead of being so quick to throw their opinion out there maybe they would have seen that part of the money raised benefits Cobre High School. So with that said this helps the kids in the area. You state all they have is Pop Warner in the area, your ignorance has no end. There is Little League/T-Ball, Youth Soccer, Youth Basketball, Youth Wrestling, and other programs in Grant County. As far as helping kids you lead by example, by showing teamwork and sportsmanship through competitive sports. Again maybe you should do some research before stating your uneducated opinion. As they say opionions are like a**holes and you just happen to be one.
Thank you for clearing that up EDUCATED DOUCHE!!!

“Hometown girl”

Since: Apr 11

Fort Bayard, New Mexico

#10 Apr 4, 2011
Haha. I wish you guys were brave enough to write your real name when insulting each other. It's very entertaining for me. Go Cobre!

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