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Louisiana H.S. student sent home for Colts jersey

A Louisiana high school student was sent home Friday for wearing a Colts jersey to class a day after the principal encouraged the student body to wear New Orleans Saints’ black and gold.

“If they tell other students to support their team, why can’t I support mine?” said Brandon Frost, 17.
Frost, a senior at Maurepas High School, moved from Indianapolis three years ago.
He claims the principal pulled him out of class and addressed Frost angrily.
“I don’t recall saying you could wear a Colts jersey on Black-and-Gold day,” the principal said according to Frost.  
“Then he started to get angry,” Frost observed.  “I thought I remember him saying, ‘If you like Indiana so much, why don’t you go back?’”
A school board member says Frost was informed he could not wear blue.  Maurepas has a dress code that was relaxed strictly for Saints colors.
The Louisiana ACLU director stepped in to have Frost’s disciplinary record expunged.
“Louisiana would be proud of him anyway,” said Frost’s father.  “He wore [LSU alum] Joseph Addai’s jersey.”
The principal’s behavior, if it was as Frost recounted, was clearly out of line.  And sending the boy home from school seems excessive.  However, it sounds like Frost was specifically informed Colts colors weren’t allowed at the uniform-requiring school, and simply chose to be rebellious.
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  1. jeepzeke says: Feb 5, 2010 9:33 PM

    The prinicipal sounds like an A**

  2. Big Stretch says: Feb 5, 2010 9:34 PM

    let me be the first to say ” who cares “

  3. Topher says: Feb 5, 2010 9:37 PM

    Every year you have this same story. You would think that schools will have come up with an appropriate way to handle it by now.

  4. FootballOnly says: Feb 5, 2010 9:38 PM

    could only happen in a red neck city……a principal that is less mature than the students….this is almost too good, LMAO

  5. Gibbon Randolph says: Feb 5, 2010 9:38 PM

    What’s the deal with airplane peanuts?

  6. thejabronisayz says: Feb 5, 2010 9:39 PM

    I think both parties are at fault. The kid definitely should not have been sent home and the principal’s comments were out of line.
    However, if there was indeed a dress-code that said “Black and Gold Day,” in addition to prohibiting people from wearing Blue, then you’re right, the kid was just trying to be a bad ass.

  7. ChillyP says: Feb 5, 2010 9:39 PM

    Come on , It’s Lousyanna not the smartest state in the union. I mean they didn’t even leave when a hurricane was barreling down on the….even with a week worth warning…

  8. AcidSoda says: Feb 5, 2010 9:39 PM

    If the school requires uniforms on regular days and only allowed
    saints colors for that day the kid was somewhat asking for it, being a
    bit of a smart ass.

  9. drbob1117 says: Feb 5, 2010 9:42 PM

    I think’ jeepzeke’ says it all for me…the principal is not supposed to be acting like the biggest drunk in the stands of the home team, he’s supposed to be an adult, and the leader of the school. Instead, he acted like a child. He’s probably one of those guys that don’t understand why the kids at that school don’t respect him as much as he feels they should.

  10. Mike Z says: Feb 5, 2010 9:42 PM

    Sounds like a smart kid to me. I would wear the jersey of the next Super Bowl Champs proudly also.

  11. dashoe says: Feb 5, 2010 9:43 PM

    I’ll be thinking of this principle and all of the “please feel sorry for us” fans when the Colts pound the Saints into the turf.

  12. Vanessa says: Feb 5, 2010 9:48 PM

    “However, it sounds like Frost was clearly informed Colts colors weren’t allowed at the uniform-requiring school, and simply chose to be rebellious.”
    I have to disagree with you Silva, the young man wanted to support his team. If the school has a specific dress code and the school deviates from it (uniform-requiring) to support the Saints (black and gold day), then you can’t say the young man was being rebellious.
    The principal was clearly out of line (as you stated) and I’m glad that his disciplinary record was expunged. Big Stretch – who cares; parents care; teachers/professors care and apparently the ACLU cared!

  13. Dayton Dolfan says: Feb 5, 2010 9:50 PM

    jesus. he wore a freaking colts jersey to school. OMG. did anyone call homeland security. How will NO recover? first Katrina now this! they should call this columbine 2. he wore the jersey of the team he roots for.
    principal should gfh.

  14. Topher says: Feb 5, 2010 9:51 PM

    The thing that amazes me is the people saying that the kid was wrong or trying to be a punk or rebellious.
    Seirously. He’s a High School kid and in one fell swoop he got famous and got to get out of math class with what amounts to an excused absence.
    Not only is he a rebellious punk… he’s Ferris Bueller!!! Go Kid Go!
    He was on Bourbon Street singing on a float by noon!

  15. Cheziv says: Feb 5, 2010 9:51 PM

    Why do we always hear a similar story every year? I’m not buying it.

  16. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 5, 2010 9:52 PM

    Sue for a million bucks!

  17. Wardo says: Feb 5, 2010 9:53 PM

    Kid should start crying his eyes out, this could have ruined him for life. Time to sue their asses.

  18. Bigbluefan says: Feb 5, 2010 9:54 PM

    The kid will get the last laugh on Monday
    And by the way since when do they have high schools in that state I thought the girls were all mommas and the boys were either on the farm or robbing people

  19. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 5, 2010 9:54 PM

    Seig Heil!!!
    Colts 41 New Orleans Oxymoron Saints 20

  20. Bigbluefan says: Feb 5, 2010 10:00 PM

    This is a public school in one of the Democratic welfare states which means the school more then likely gets its cash from the Federal Goverment
    This childs rights were violated and he should sue the school
    I know the goverment is trying to control our minds with health care is good unions are good but lets get real here he wore a colts jersey if he is not a saints fan why should he have to buy a saints jersey they will be on sale monday an the piggly wiggley any way

  21. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 5, 2010 10:02 PM

    New Orleans Heathens continue to disgrace the Saints name.
    Way to show grace Mr Principal!!

  22. TFBuckFutter says: Feb 5, 2010 10:02 PM

    “If they tell other students to support their team, why can’t I support mine?” said Brandon Frost, 17.”
    It’s not about the jersey son, it’s about what the jersey represents.
    We don’t like gays in the South.

  23. wwwmattcom says: Feb 5, 2010 10:03 PM

    # ChillyP says: February 5, 2010 9:39 PM
    they didn’t even leave when a hurricane was barreling down on them….even with a weeks worth warning…
    …………………Right on

  24. snnyjcbs says: Feb 5, 2010 10:03 PM

    Good for the kid, this country could use a little bit more Rebel, rather than the greedy punks that we are turning out.

  25. lilhopo says: Feb 5, 2010 10:06 PM

    look here chilly p, enough with the katrina jokes its not funny people died. second the dude was about to get his b&tt beat at school and the principal save his a&&

  26. Byrd Is The Word says: Feb 5, 2010 10:13 PM

    My high school had a dress code that had black and gold days as that was our school colors too. That doesn’t mean you get to where maroon and white because that was your middle school’s colors.

  27. TFBuckFutter says: Feb 5, 2010 10:17 PM

    Am I the only one who get tired of people who do things just to be obnoxious, and then complain when people get annoyed with them?
    (Tim Tebow and Focus on the Family, I am looking in your direction)

  28. daffy87 says: Feb 5, 2010 10:17 PM

    Kid should wear all his Colts gear on Monday after the Colts beat the Saints, that douche principal will hit him.

  29. steve91 says: Feb 5, 2010 10:23 PM

    Apparently the school has a dress code and on this day they could wear Black and Gold colors or the regular dress code. He got what he deserved, speaking from someone who has no interest in either team.

  30. LoganSF2 says: Feb 5, 2010 10:25 PM

    I see Katrina didn’t wash away all the trash…

  31. FumbleNuts says: Feb 5, 2010 10:33 PM

    Red necks are friggin’ tards!

  32. Peoples Champ says: Feb 5, 2010 10:34 PM

    The principal is a douche…

  33. WCRaider says: Feb 5, 2010 10:46 PM

    It is called the First Amendment. Respect it our get the hell out of my country.

  34. dEV says: Feb 5, 2010 10:53 PM

    “Then he started to get angry,” Frost observed. “I thought I remember him saying, ‘If you like Indiana so much, why don’t you go back?’”
    I can’t say that there aren’t principals out there who are unprofessional jerks, but the kid sold himself out by saying “I thought I remember.” He’s lying. Anybody who deals with teenagers on a regular basis has heard that crap before. “I think I remember…” is always followed with made-up crap meant to get yourself out of trouble and/or put the heat on someone else.

  35. SaintzMoron says: Feb 5, 2010 10:56 PM

    FootballOnly says:
    February 5, 2010 9:38 PM
    could only happen in a red neck city……a principal that is less mature than the students….this is almost too good, LMAO
    FumbleNuts says:
    February 5, 2010 10:33 PM
    Red necks are friggin’ tards!
    __________
    People from south Louisiana aren’t rednecks, moron.
    They are coonazzes.

  36. HughJassPhD says: Feb 5, 2010 10:57 PM

    Can you imagine how obnoxious it’s going to be if the Saints win? This is just a harbinger.

  37. kpweaver27 says: Feb 5, 2010 10:57 PM

    There weren’t nearly enough mentions of Katrina and “heart” in this Saints story. Can we tie him wearing an Addai jersey to the levees breaking? Otherwise I just don’t see a story.

  38. philwauke says: Feb 5, 2010 11:07 PM

    This isn’t in New Orleans.

  39. SaintzMoron says: Feb 5, 2010 11:12 PM

    ChillyP says:
    February 5, 2010 9:39 PM
    Come on , It’s Lousyanna not the smartest state in the union. I mean they didn’t even leave when a hurricane was barreling down on the….even with a week worth warning…
    ____________
    It’s not the hurricane that was the problem…it was the flooding. No one in Louisiana is afraid of hurricanes, since the time period is relatively brief. The flooding was something that no one expected, not that it excuses their stupidity for not leaving the flood zone areas. But to say that the hurricane warning should have been enough just shows that you have never been in one before and don’t know the particulars regarding surviving one. The fact of the matter is this: As long as you are on relatively high ground and in a secure building, you don’t have much to worry about in a hurricane, even a Catagory 5. The problem for most of New Orleans was that the levees hadn’t been properly maintained and the pumping stations were poorly designed, which is on the Federal Government. The people were just too trusting that the government had properly designed and maintained the flood prevention system. Unfortunately for them, the Feds didn’t. Lest you think that I am defending the Saints fans, however, this is not the case. I hope that the Colts crush the Saints and shut up the mouths of the idiot Saints fans who think that they even have a chance. GO COLTS!!!!!!!!

  40. nerd says: Feb 5, 2010 11:14 PM

    What kind of a high school principal gives teenagers a legitimate opportunity to rebel? Isn’t that the first thing they teach you when you major in education?
    DON’T GIVE THE LITTLE BASTARDS THE OPPORTUNITY TO RIGHTEOUSLY REBEL.

  41. IWanttoPunchFloriointheFace says: Feb 5, 2010 11:27 PM

    Sounds like the principal is scared – everyone knows that any self-respecting young brother who actually attends school in Nawleans would just beat the shit out of some young punk for wearing the jersey of an opponent…one more reason to root for the best team.
    GO COLTS!!!

  42. Tiger's Wingman says: Feb 5, 2010 11:43 PM

    Steven P Vampran
    39170 Sable Ln
    Ponchatoula, LA 70454
    (225) 294-3920
    feel free to contact the principal at home

  43. HereThere says: Feb 6, 2010 12:07 AM

    Now you all need to lay off on Principal Cletus!

  44. tonysservice says: Feb 6, 2010 12:07 AM

    I would have worn my Profootballtalk.com t shirt.

  45. Allied Biscuit says: Feb 6, 2010 12:15 AM

    LoganSF2
    booooom shockalocka! i love it.

  46. Allied Biscuit says: Feb 6, 2010 12:19 AM

    i think a hurricanes jersey would have been better. or a reggie wayne jersey: hurricane, and colt.

  47. Laxer37 says: Feb 6, 2010 12:39 AM

    The kid obviously did it for attention and the principal took the bait.
    The result… both end up exposing the fact they are total douche bags.

  48. Grrrr05 says: Feb 6, 2010 12:47 AM

    Red necks? Some of you people clearly know nothing about New Orleans. And I love the person who posted the comment a “week worth of warning” regarding the hurricane. Earth to you: no one ever knows exactly where a hurricane will make landfall 48 hours out, let alone a week. There is a “cone of uncertainty” a week out, usually encompassing an area of 1200 miles or so. Most of you people on here are truly ignorant.

  49. straightup says: Feb 6, 2010 12:57 AM

    My kids schools also have a black and gold day so i send them in red and white but can’t understand why they get send home. WHAT A DUMB ASS.

  50. danielcp0303 says: Feb 6, 2010 1:08 AM

    So nobody wore blue? Yeah right…I guess they all ditched their jeans.

  51. monet99 says: Feb 6, 2010 1:18 AM

    If the kid is a Colts fan he should be able to wear what he wants. Has a Packer Fan I would never where any other jersey then my team. If I was told to wear Colt colors I would not.

  52. jmackinkc says: Feb 6, 2010 1:28 AM

    This would not have been an issue when I was was in school. It is a sad stated of the nation priorities when an issue such as this is newsworthy.

  53. Grrrr05 says: Feb 6, 2010 1:33 AM

    Why is this even making news? It’s a school where they normally where uniforms. They had a special day in which the students could wear black and gold. It wasn’t “free dress day” or “wear your favorite sports jersey day.” It was black and gold day. The kid decided to be a rebel, and he should have been punished. I attended a private school growing up, and it was the same way. Whether it was a boy not wearing a belt, or a girl wearing nail polish, any student who broke dress code was punished. And if anyone would have dared to completely ignore the dress code, like wear a completely different shirt as opposed to their uniform shirt, I’m sure they would have been sent home as well, as they should. Rules are rules.

  54. frank booth says: Feb 6, 2010 1:45 AM

    This never should have happened. The other students should have beaten the shit out of him before the principal had to addresss him.

  55. VonClausewitz says: Feb 6, 2010 1:50 AM

    Absurd. Groupthink has gone too far. The problem is how would you go about punishing the principal for acting in a way his community would stupidly endorse? This is America writ large.

  56. Adam says: Feb 6, 2010 2:25 AM

    New Orleans, Who Dat nation, y’all are insecure.

  57. stetai says: Feb 6, 2010 2:32 AM

    Why do I keep hearing more and more stories every day about what a bunch of classless jackasses Saints fans are in Louisiana?
    I have sympathy for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, not Saints fans. And it’s important to point out, they aren’t necessarily one and the same.

  58. scribe57 says: Feb 6, 2010 2:33 AM

    I’m not sure where ChillyP gets the idea that anyone has a “week worth warning” (sic) that a hurricane is going to strike, but here’s some math:
    If a hurricane is moving at 10 mph, it moves about 240 miles a day, times seven, that’s about 1680 miles. No one has the slightest idea where a hurricane is going to strike if it’s 1600 miles away. The idea that anyone has a week’s warning of a hurricane is simply ludicrous.
    I’m not sure where you’re from, Chilly, but clearly, it’s not the smartest state in the union.

  59. prophet of the light says: Feb 6, 2010 2:54 AM

    While the Principal is a douchebag, I’m surprised the kid didn’t get jumped. It would have been for his own good.

  60. Grrrr05 says: Feb 6, 2010 3:13 AM

    Ummm….No, Bigbluefan. If he’s not a Saints fan, and he doesn’t want to wear black and gold, then he should WEARS HIS UNIFORM. No one is forcing anyone to buy a jersey. Geez, you’re a complete moron. Sounds like you never even made it to high school.

  61. realityonetwo says: Feb 6, 2010 5:43 AM

    However, it sounds like Frost was specifically informed Colts colors weren’t allowed at the uniform-requiring school, and simply chose to be rebellious.
    *******
    What’s “rebellious” is substituting jingoism for education.

  62. THEBEEPER says: Feb 6, 2010 5:50 AM

    Hell with the pricipal. He can wear the Colts jersey Monday morning as World Champions while all the other kids will be crying !

  63. DanRooney says: Feb 6, 2010 6:04 AM

    Sent home for being a bandwagon fan

  64. dave says: Feb 6, 2010 6:46 AM

    proof that that state can’t handle success
    they’ve gotten awfully cocky
    hopefully the colts totally murder them sunday

  65. cablman says: Feb 6, 2010 7:41 AM

    I hope the kid wares his jersey monday after the Saints get whipped.Then send the principle home.

  66. Lombardi 6 says: Feb 6, 2010 7:42 AM

    What a douchebag—Next time wear Red to a Crips meeting…

  67. keepjagsinjax says: Feb 6, 2010 7:58 AM

    The school is right. If a student is not in the proper dress code the kid can be sent home. They had a celebratory dress down day in which Saints colors were added, not Colts.

  68. bluestree says: Feb 6, 2010 9:01 AM

    The school was within their rights if they relaxed a dress code. If the kid didn’t want to wear saints colors he could have worn his uniform. He chose to break the rules. If it is as a protest, that’s fine too, a very American thing to do. Now he should accept his punishment and we all go about our business. Having your record expunged is not something you should expect if you’ve committed and act of civil disobedience.

  69. BirdWeisErrr says: Feb 6, 2010 9:06 AM

    He should have gotten a black and gold shirt and put Mannings name and number on it as well as a horseshoe.

  70. Hurricane says: Feb 6, 2010 9:10 AM

    @lilhopo: No, Katrina wasn’t a joke but New Orleans can’t keep milking it forever either.

  71. last starfighter says: Feb 6, 2010 9:15 AM

    # ChillyP says: February 5, 2010 9:39 PM
    Come on , It’s Lousyanna not the smartest state in the union. I mean they didn’t even leave when a hurricane was barreling down on the….even with a week worth warning…
    ——————————————————————
    You’re just as dumb as george bush his bud brownie. Alot of those people stayed because they physically couldn’t leave, either because they were too poor to afford transportation or because they were elderly or disabled. Your comment sickens me you scumbag. I hope you feel like a douche and your team loses

  72. JimmySmith says: Feb 6, 2010 9:24 AM

    If I remember right, Lousyanna ranks dead last among the 50 states (not 57, Mr. Obama) in education test scores. You would think the Principal would have more important things to worry about.

  73. snake76 says: Feb 6, 2010 9:28 AM

    Gentleman, please….
    Let’s forget the teachers or the ACLU. You want equality in wearing Superbowl team colors? How ’bout black & blue? Back in the “good ole days” we would’ve simply beat the snot out of the kid and sent him home crying…… minus the Colts jersey of course! ;-)

  74. Mike Glory Hole says: Feb 6, 2010 9:34 AM

    Overheard as he was leaving the school…..
    “My momm, momma, my momma, my, my, my momma, my momma, mom, mom, mom, my momma sezzzz dat Da da da da Drew Brees is da devil!”

  75. Quagmire says: Feb 6, 2010 9:51 AM

    However, it sounds like Frost was specifically informed Colts colors weren’t allowed at the uniform-requiring school, and simply chose to be rebellious.
    Or a jerk.

  76. HappyBunny says: Feb 6, 2010 10:07 AM

    Ummm….we live in which country?
    This is ridiculous–especially considering this is a government-run school.

  77. ravensos says: Feb 6, 2010 10:12 AM

    I bet the kid wears it Monday if the Colts win.

  78. PANTHERS says: Feb 6, 2010 10:13 AM

    I am sick of hearing about how N.O. is trying to get past KATRINA and how bad off they still are and they need to win this SB to uplift them. How many years has it been? Other cities have been thru weather events just as bad, if not worse. Half of them do not even live there anymore. The other half aren’t doing too bad or they could not afford those expensive tickets every week and especially the cost of the S.B. tickets. The very highest nosebleed seats are 1100.00 apeice. As for not being able to tell where a hurricane can’t come in at, they were told for a week that N.O. would get a direct hit and they all waited till the last second to evacuate. They blamed the mayor for the way it turned out and then VOTED him back in. REAL BRIGHT! When they got the cash checking cards they all spent it on t.v.s. and crap they did not need. PLEASE espn. and every body else, stop talking about how bad off they are. I should be so bad off.

  79. GirthyOne says: Feb 6, 2010 10:30 AM

    In this pansy PC world we now live in, I am shocked if the principle doesn’t get fired. Maybe he should for being a pin head (wanted to work that one in).
    I don’t actually see the big deal here. So what if he wore the opposing team. Mature individuals would see it as a friendly rivalry. However, they probably just look at it as “how dare you!”. I went to school in Green Bay Packer country. Our school colors were also Green and Gold. We had a kid wear a bears jersey to school and another wear vikings. Nobody cared. They were from Chicago and Minneapolis originally. They were teased a bit, but all in good fun.
    Message to the principle and school, “Grow up!” If you can’t tolerate differences, move to another country yourself. Jerks.

  80. FloriosPhillyFan says: Feb 6, 2010 10:37 AM

    that’s not right

  81. rcpecook says: Feb 6, 2010 10:40 AM

    Did he get permission from Brent?

  82. They_Hate_We says: Feb 6, 2010 10:43 AM

    BigBlueFan, Louisiana is a red state. Presidential hopefuls barely campaign here because they know we’ll blindly vote for whatever conservative is put up.
    As for school colors, crime in schools was running rampant down here in the urban areas. Gang colors and assaults over sneakers were the kind of thing that brought about the implementation of uniforms. The idea behind uniforms is to remove individualism. See Japanese schools, catholic schools, the NFL, business attire restrictions, etc… for other examples of this. This kid was rocking the boat ala Ochocinco, and was disciplined accordingly. No big deal.
    Oh and by the way. If ANY of you Colts fans want to talk about how backwards the folks of Louisiana are, just remember Payton Manning, Joseph Addai, Reggie Wayne, and Matt Stover are all from Louisiana.
    When your #1 quarterback, #1 running back, #1 receiver and #1 Kicker are all from the state that you’re feebly trying to attack maybe you should think twice before flaming.

  83. slipkid says: Feb 6, 2010 10:50 AM

    probly saved the kid a beating.

  84. danlinker says: Feb 6, 2010 11:00 AM

    A principal was an asshole? Who would have thought?
    This kid should tee pee the principal’s house in colts colors after the colts win.
    I would.

  85. PRLA says: Feb 6, 2010 11:23 AM

    To all of you A$$ Clowns on this board. The media and three quarters of you imbeciles are the ones bringing up Katrina, not the Saints fans.
    It was Black and Gold Day and the students had the choice to wear black and gold or their school uniforms, period, the end, and nothing more. So basically he wasn’t following the rules set for that day.
    As far as Katrina is concerned, half of you turd burglars have never experienced a hurricane, and hopefully you never will. There are areas outside of New Orleans that have never flooded, that did flood. Several thousands lost everything they owned and while they rebuilt, the Saints were a good distraction for them from the stress.

  86. Patsfan1776 says: Feb 6, 2010 11:59 AM

    I hate Payton Manning but the dude was down there donating time and money after Katrina and these freakin hicks from Louisiana are just plain stupid. Calling them red necks is an insult to rednecks. These people are complete morons. They build a city completely below sea level and then want the rest of us to bail them out when, surprise, the sea level rises over there small ass levies.

  87. 6250claimer says: Feb 6, 2010 12:34 PM

    If this were Oakland and he’d worn the opposing team’s jersey to school, a band of thugs would have beaten the dog crap out of him and left him for dead. The principal would have been a hero for stepping in and saving the kid’s life.

  88. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 6, 2010 12:39 PM

    “BigBlueFan, Louisiana is a red state. Presidential hopefuls barely campaign here because they know we’ll blindly vote for whatever conservative is put up.”
    There are twice as many registered Democrats as registered Republicans in Louisiana. The Dem’s problem in Louisiana is that you can’t vote from jail and errbody knows that Tuesday is gubmint cheese day in Louisiana.

  89. bluestree says: Feb 6, 2010 12:49 PM

    All this posting about Katrina is very telling. The single event that showed the inability of the Bush administration to govern. Really sticks in your craw, does it? Like a Brett Farve season ending playoff “I can’t believe what I just saw” interception! Who would have thought in 2005 the Saints would have a chance to win the Super Bowl five years after Katrina, while “W” goes down as the worst American President of the 20th century. Me, for one.

  90. bluestree says: Feb 6, 2010 1:20 PM

    PANTHERS says: I should be so bad off.
    That is my wish for you.

  91. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 6, 2010 1:24 PM

    New Orleans fans need to come to reality. Your team’s story is about to come to end.
    The Colts are going to build a dynasty and New Orleans(Port Au Prince) will be one of it’s victims.

  92. edgy1957 says: Feb 6, 2010 2:19 PM

    Frankly, he may have saved the kid from a beating. I remember when a guy who transferred in from Texas wore his Longhorns jersey on the Friday before the Red River Rivalry and he learned a hard lesson about how Okies felt about the Longhorns.

  93. SaintzMoron says: Feb 6, 2010 2:57 PM

    .VoxVeritas says:
    February 6, 2010 12:39 PM
    “BigBlueFan, Louisiana is a red state. Presidential hopefuls barely campaign here because they know we’ll blindly vote for whatever conservative is put up.”
    +++++++++++++++
    There are twice as many registered Democrats as registered Republicans in Louisiana. The Dem’s problem in Louisiana is that you can’t vote from jail and errbody knows that Tuesday is gubmint cheese day in Louisiana.
    ****************
    Hey Period Boy, there may twice as many registered Dems but that is only because all the old fart Dems that registered as such way back when the Dem party was the party of racists (instead of now, where it is the Repub party that is the party of racists) are just too lazy to go and change their party affiliation. Most Dems in Louisiana vote Repub as a matter of principle, regardless of their “official” party status. BTW, gubmint cheese day is Tuesday in your state as well as the rest of the states. Try and seperate the hatred of Saints fans from the rest of the people there, as there are fans of many other teams (mostly Cowboys fans, to be honest) there.

  94. Big Bad says: Feb 6, 2010 10:36 PM

    Panthers:
    Wow.. ignorant. Most people who haven’t been to the gulf coast to see what happened have no clue of the scale of the damage. It’s not something that you just fix real quick. It will take a generation to rebuild and it will never be the same.
    Also, N.O. did not get a direct hit. They thought it would, but it moved a little east. A little town in Mississippi got a direct hit and every single home there was seriously damaged or destroyed.
    If you evacuate too soon and a storm turns, which they often do, you can evacuate right into it. That’s what happened with Houston for Rita. They evacuated, and the storm turned and made landfall to the east. Right where tons of people had evacuated to, so they all had to be evacuated again, along with the locals.
    You seriously think everyone wasted the emergency cash they got? Most of the people I know were trying to figure out how to make it last while they were out of work and out of their houses. Two grand doesn’t really go that far when you don’t have anything and don’t know when you’ll get back to work.

  95. Philtration says: Feb 6, 2010 11:22 PM

    # TFBuckFutter says: February 5, 2010 10:02 PM
    “If they tell other students to support their team, why can’t I support mine?” said Brandon Frost, 17.”
    It’s not about the jersey son, it’s about what the jersey represents.
    We don’t like gays in the South.
    =====================================
    Is that why you gave us Clay Akin?

  96. hay1111 says: Feb 7, 2010 12:10 AM

    Earth to PFT retards, the tax-paying people (ie, the white people) of New Orleans aren’t milking the Katrina thing, you’re glorious nat’l media is.

  97. Laxer37 says: Feb 8, 2010 2:29 PM

    This just in:
    On the heals of last night’s Saints victory, the kid is now free to wear his Colts jersey around New Oreleans as much as he pleases.
    Karma.

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