- Nov 2, 2013
For some odd reason, regardless of what type of "tribe" for too many in our world, being an ahole to others has become, well, accepted as the norm. I haven't the foggiest clue as to why. But on the complete flip, I've seen some of the most amazing people imaginable who make you believe angels walk on this earth on which we all reside. The worst in some bring out the best in others. We all have a choice not only in everyday life but in every situation, every second of life.I’ll never understand folks that get so tribal they can‘t extend a little kindness to fellow basketball fans. Now I see that elements of our own fan base are no different. Sad state of affairs.
Fan/sports wise, making long trips to other venues is seldom easy, and it takes a truly dedicated person to do it. It should be admired no matter what team someone supports. I encourage fellow Rams, when you see an opposing fan, step out of your path to just tap them and let them know thanks for making the trip. It feels so good doing it, you just never know how it can affect others, and the world around you the majority wish would grow to be better. The world around us doesn't just magically get better, it takes those of us who know better making the right steps to make it that way. And you do have that power.