The People of Dallas' Massive St. Patrick's Parade

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Danny Hurley put himself among the 100,000+ people streaming down Greenville Avenue for the chaos of our St. Patrick's Day Parade. Here are his favorites.

Published on March 16, 2014

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bvckvs
bvckvs topcommenter

With freaks like this running around, it's getting easier and easier to see why Texans are perceived as complete and utter retards.

alteredjustice
alteredjustice

@bvckvs  Yeah man, I agree wholeheartedly. Look at all those people wearing green hats and funny glasses. Certainly it must take an IQ below 70 to put any of that on and drink a beer one day out of the year. They make me sick just thinking about it.

bvckvs
bvckvs topcommenter

@alteredjustice @bvckvs

Do you really believe that part where you say they drink "a" beer "one" day?  Because in my experience, people who speak that way about alcohol abuse are covering up a SERIOUS problem.

thetrickykid
thetrickykid

@bvckvs @thetrickykid  And I call you an old delusional fuckhead who has lost touch with this generation. Have fun being a judgmental prick and telling young whippersnappers to get off your lawn.

bvckvs
bvckvs topcommenter

@thetrickykid @bvckvs

They're not dressing UP, they're dressing DOWN.
I call them freaks because their manner of dress is freaky.
I call them retards because they don't appear to be able to dress themselves.
And I compared y'all to the Tea Party because, like them, when you behave like freaks and retards you both give Texans a bad name.

thetrickykid
thetrickykid

@bvckvs If you aren't criticizing them for dressing up and having a good time, what about this event drove you to call them "freaks" and "utter retards"? Tea Party? I am a Democrat you twat.

bvckvs
bvckvs topcommenter

@thetrickykid

That's a very passionate defense of behaving like an idiot.

But you got something wrong - I didn't criticize them for dressing up and having a good time.  As you grow older, I hope that you and your Tea Party fellows learn how to dress yourself and have fun - without acting like an idiot.   I say that because me and a lot of other Texans are sick and tired of the people of this state having a reputation for having twisted values and practicing moronic behavior.

thetrickykid
thetrickykid

@bvckvs @alteredjustice  bvckvs - Grandpa, the St. Patty's Day Greenville event has been a Dallas tradition for years now. Have you actually experienced it? Of course you haven't. Let me enlighten you. The event brings in lots of money and business to the area. With any event this big, there are going to be people that drink too much and those folks are usually escorted out if they are causing a scene but 99% of people are there just to have a good time with their friends and drink some beers. People of all ages and genders are welcomed and celebrated. But here you are, criticizing people for dressing up and wanting to have a good time? They are "utter retards" as you eloquently put it? You are one judgmental old prick, you know that? I hope as I get older I never turn into a bitter old man like you. I feel sorry for your family who has to put up with your crap, if they still talk to you that is.

bvckvs
bvckvs topcommenter

@alteredjustice @bvckvs

That's not a figure of speech.  That's a coping mechanism that substance abusers use when they're in serious denial about their problem.

It's like when gun-obsessed hillbillies say that they need an arsenal to protect their families - before the use their weapons to slaughter their families.

alteredjustice
alteredjustice

@bvckvs @alteredjustice  Do you know what the word "and" means? As in, "If you actually read the full sentence AND still didn't understand it, maybe you're the retard." See how words can be used to add meaning AND bring context to language?


Saying "a" beer was a figure of speech. I wasn't able to sit down and count all the beer cans at the parade. They ought to commission some old crotchety grouch to really get to the bottom of that.

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