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You might disagree with my argument, but to call it ridiculous is nothing more than hyperbole.You assume wrong. I was just pointing out the ridiculousness of your argument not saying we should all boo. I don't boo at the games, but I do moan and groan. It's part and parcel really, you can't invest yourself in the game and be passionate without it working both ways. I could sit there passively and silently observe the game, or I can roar them on, sing and shout and encourage, but then be frustrated when it goes wrong. It's not really possible to get behind them relentlessly without ever letting your frustration out unless you're one of cheerleader types who's just there for the bantz and doesn't really care about the result.
I've said that I totally get the derision. My point is it is entirely negative to give into it. If we want our team to do well we HAVE to be smart and disciplined to encourage them even when they're doing badly. You can call those who know this all kinds of names if you like, happy clappers, cheerleaders, whatever, but i'd argue that these are doing more to support the team than those indulging in a grizzle.