John Steigerwald of The Observer-Reporter has penned the most ridiculous column you’ll read today. In it, Steigerwald basically says that Bryan Stow (or Bryan Snow as he wrote), was asking to be beaten by Dodger fans at the season opener. You know. The guy in the coma who had part of his skull removed? He was asking for it because he was wearing a Giants jersey.
It’s probably safe to say that the two “Dodgers” were high on something or things, but somewhere in their sick, juvenile minds, they probably also thought they were doing their duty as Dodger fans.
They were protecting Dodger turf.
Just before he was beaten to within an inch of his life, Snow texted some friends and said that he was “scared inside the stadium.”
Maybe someone can ask Snow, if he ever comes out of his coma, why he thought it was a good idea to wear Giants’ gear to a Dodgers’ home opener when there was a history of out-of-control drunkenness and arrests at that event going back several years.
He was asking for it. Also, you wear a shirt with a neckline like that and things are going to fall into your drink at the bar. What do you expect?
Bryan Stow was senselessly beaten by a couple off assholes who happened to be wearing Dodgers gear and Steigerwald wants to excuse them because they were just trying to be good fans? He blamed a man in a coma for the unprovoked attack that put him there.
I urge you to go over to the Observer-Reporter, read this entire train wreck of a horrible column. Unless this is the greatest troll column ever. In which case, hats off to you, Mr. Steigerwald.