If you're a Steelers fan, there was a lot to be happy about from yesterday's ass-reaming of Kansas City: Ben Roethlisberger showing that he's able, at least, to hit uncovered receivers for touchdowns, knowing for certain that Troy Polamalu's hair is not a wig, or if it is, that he certainly has it secured well. (See, I avoided an insipid and racially insensitive Chiefs-scalping joke.) Willie Parker and Najeh Davenport running pretty much at will, and, of course, winning by 38 points.
Steelers fans, renowned for their restraint, were by and large able to celebrate this much-needed win with admirable forbearance - no public humiliating kids wearing Chiefs apparel, for example, and, thank God, no Steeler Baby appearances.
But there are always a few bad apples, and as usual, it's the damn fire fighters causing all the ruckus. Seriously, this city was nice before all the fire fighters moved in from wherever it is they come from and drove my property values down.
From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: (emphasis added)
A Pittsburgh firefighter, Martin Sanders, was awaiting arraignment today on charges that he fought with guards and police officers at Heinz Field yesterday after they apprehended him for allegedly exposing himself at the stadium.See, once you let in the fire fighters, you have to let in the cops as well. And that just leads to turf battles and inevitable scuffles. These people are giving the always orderly and clear-headed Steelers fanbase a bad name. What would Sienna Miller say? (WWSMS can be a new shorthand for Pittsburgh-related embarassments, I think) Probably not much, as the rail thin Britcunt doesn't have the daily caloric intake to muster the strength to speak four sentences.
The employee was kicked in the groin as Mr. Sanders tried to flee. As he struggled to get away, police said, Mr. Sanders struck a security guard.
Before he was placed in handcuffs, he kicked another policeman in the knee and hurled profanities at him and other officers, police said.
While in the restraints, Mr. Sanders tried to head-butt another policeman, the same officer who had been kicked in the knee.
To subdue him, officers zapped him twice with a Taser.
But still - can't we just send these people, these firemen, away from our city where they don't embrace our culture of civility or speak our Yinzer language? DER TERKING UR JERBS!