Why Philly Sucks So Bad

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Subject: Why Philly Sucks So Bad


Here are a few ………….

Philadephia was the Nation’s Capital prior to DC but the city and it’s residents were such an embrassement to visitors it was easier to build an entire new city than it was to fix Philadelphia.

Philadelphia sports is so pathetic that their most revered sports figure is a ficticious movie character – Rocky Balboa.

They cheer Rocky but boo Mike Schmidt … one of the 3 or 4 greatest 3rd basemen in MLB history.

When the 49ers played the Eagles in 1989 in the famous Montana comeback game they dubbed it the “team of the 80s vs the team of the 90s”. Fairly presumtuous on their part. How did that work out? Ironic it was their hated rival, the Cowboys, took the Team of the 90s honor.

They took a bounty out on Dallas’ punter. Seriously?

They threw snowballs with batteries in them at Santa Claus.

4 Responses to Why Philly Sucks So Bad

  1. charlie says:

    is English your second language? Obviously?

  2. charlie says:

    Flyers lead the Pens 143–82–30 all time.
    Eagles lead the Steelers 46-27-3 all time.
    The NBA has never heard of Pittsburgh.

    Almost twice as many wins. This site is an embarrassment? Where is Pittsburgh. Nah forget…no one cares…except you.

    • Food for thought says:

      You forgot baseball!

      Pirates lead Phillies 1196-1051 all time.

      Stanley Cups: Pens 3 Flyers 2
      Superbowls: Steelers 6 Eagles 0
      World Series: Pirates 5 Phillies 2

      Hah typical idiot Philly fan.

  3. Patrick says:

    They’re really making a movie about the Flyers??!! And James Cameron is rumored to be director? I guess that makes sense. He does have experience with making films about things at the bottom of the Atlantic.


    Enjoy the early golf season Hartnell.

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