Thursday, January 10, 2008

A National Hero

The Tiger that mauled a teenage boy at the San Francisco Zoo is being honored as a hero. Because the kid that the tiger mauled was a Raiders fan. In fact, the victim was wearing a Marcus Allen jersey at the time of the attack.

In other words, the kid was asking for it.

That Tiger is a hero. Think of how many Chargers fans he likely saved because of that attack.

And further, what does this attack say about Raiders fans? The 60-year old, limp wristed Roy Horn was able to beat back a tiger attack, but the Raiders fan just rolled over. Typical.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice to see THN going back to offensiveness.

GMoney said...

Nice...I love it.

Anonymous said...

Shoul this tiger be the next "Mike the Tiger" at LSU?

Bain said...

Here come the sob trolls.

flohtingPoint said...

Ah c'mon, if this kid was a REAL Raider fan, he'd have that poisonous face paint on that is toxic to ingest. He'd also have those shoulder pads with the spikes on them and a huge battle axe... He'd have been fine if he came correct.

Steve Irwin said...

Wild animals can turn on you if you treat them disrespectfully!

Chris Benoit said...

So can husbands and fathers.

DAWUSS said...

Now let's think about how THN would have presented this story if a USC student/alum/fan was the victim. Or a Chargers fan. Or an Angels fan.


... and while we're at it, let's think about how THN would display it if it were Georgia herself.

flohtingPoint said...

and while we're at it, let's think about how THN would display it if it were Georgia herself.

Oh man, let her come to the zoo here in St. Louis... I'll free the tiger myself!

Bain said...

You guys think Frontandrearie would fall to a tiger?

If there's water in the vicinity, I'm taking the Whore and the points.

NFL Adam said...

Nice, now that's funny.

NFL Adam said...

flohtingpoint has a point, how come the spiked shoulder pads didn't save him?

mother nature said...

Don't fool with me.