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Your 5 most hated organizations
Posted 26 July 2008 - 05:38 PM
2) Miami Dolphins
3) Oklahoma City Whatevers of the NBA
4) Boston Bruins
5) LA Angels of Anaheim
Posted 28 July 2008 - 05:13 AM
2) South Africa cricket
3) Manchester Utd football
4) Leicester Tigers rugby
5) Public sector trade unions
Posted 28 July 2008 - 11:05 PM
4) University of Spoiled Children
Posted 29 July 2008 - 01:48 AM
Incidentally, I find it fascinating that so many people have 5 organizations that they hate on the field. I hate the Yankees and Lakers for obvious Boston sports-fan reasons, as well as national "buy a title" reasons. I hate the Cowboys for trying to market themselves as "America's team", but it's a distant third.
NCAA football and NASCAR I hate because they are completely uninteresting to me, yet take up very large amounts of space on the TV, radio, and sports page for what are completely uninteresting events. I would hate any other sports that got the same coverage but seemed worthless to me just as much.
So I really it's 2 teams I hate, 1 I strongly dislike, and the last 2 are only because they're popular and I don't much care for them. I find it somewhat impressive that people can maintain a serious level of hatred for 5 teams.
Past the top 2-3, I find myself hating the teams/organizations that waste lots of valuable real estate, and I am sort of awed by those who can maintain strong enough fanship in 5 sports to really hate that many organizations. (FWIW, I am a strong Carolina basketball fan, but they're not like the Sox or C's for me. I can't muster enough hatred of Duke for them to overtake NCAA football on the list).
Posted 29 July 2008 - 02:14 AM
2. New York Yankees
3. San Jose Giants
4. LA Lakers
5. Pittsburgh Steelers
Posted 29 July 2008 - 03:08 AM
2) LA Lakers
3) Montreal Canadiens
4) Miami Dolphins, but all Miami sports programs rub me the wrong way. Maybe I just hate South Florida.
5) Tennessee Volunteers
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