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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:34 pm 
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It's right across the parking lot from Heinz Field.

There s also like 4 different bars there with different music including country and 80s music.


Probably the best reason of all he shouldn't be there after a game.


I agree. I just wanted to give reasons why some numbnuts would make that decision.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:46 pm 
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what kind of 50 year old guy takes his wife there on New Years Eve? I walked into that place Sunday morning to meet a friend. It was loud and playing some techno type of music with a huge amount of base that made it hard to think. I turned around and walked the fuck out. That place sucks.


Kind of funny that this gets presented like 50 is ancient.


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 12:51 pm 
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I'd love to see how all of you would react if your employer started telling you where you could go, or what you did with your free time.


it's not the same thing, at all


Not even remotely close.

No one is saying the Steelers should dictate where their employees go. We're saying the employees should use some damn common sense.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:39 pm 
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steel wrote:
and game planning

They just had a game that day, it was New Year's at midnight, and you're pissed he wasn't working??? Glad I don't work for you, Scrooge.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:42 pm 
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what kind of 50 year old guy takes his wife there on New Years Eve? I walked into that place Sunday morning to meet a friend. It was loud and playing some techno type of music with a huge amount of base that made it hard to think. I turned around and walked the fuck out. That place sucks.


Kind of funny that this gets presented like 50 is ancient.

Seriously. Let me just turn up my hearing aid, put on my bifocals, get to my walker and shuffle to the door to tell these whippersnappers to get off my lawn!

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:49 pm 
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what kind of 50 year old guy takes his wife there on New Years Eve? I walked into that place Sunday morning to meet a friend. It was loud and playing some techno type of music with a huge amount of base that made it hard to think. I turned around and walked the fuck out. That place sucks.

There kind that's looking for a young buck to smash his wife?


THats what I said

Hook up meet gone bad

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 1:56 pm 
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I'm 36. I walked into Tequila Cowboy and felt old and annoyed with the clientele. Made me wonder why a wealthy, married man in his 50's would want to hang out there. I also make it a point to not go drinking in the same town as my work so i'm not constantly running into people at bars that I interact with on a professional level.

just an observation of my first time being in the place. Haley is kinda like a much less cool Wooderson, so it probably makes sense he hangs out in places full of 20 year olds.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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R S wrote:
I'm 36. I walked into Tequila Cowboy and felt old and annoyed with the clientele. Made me wonder why a wealthy, married man in his 50's would want to hang out there. I also make it a point to not go drinking in the same town as my work so i'm not constantly running into people at bars that I interact with on a professional level.

just an observation of my first time being in the place. Haley is kinda like a much less cool Wooderson, so it probably makes sense he hangs out in places full of 20 year olds.

Yeah, Haley's version of alright...is probably something like...yippee, yippee, yippee!


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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I'd love to see how all of you would react if your employer started telling you where you could go, or what you did with your free time.


it's not the same thing, at all


Not even remotely close.

No one is saying the Steelers should dictate where their employees go. We're saying the employees should use some damn common sense.

Big difference.
If there weren't a confrontation, would you give a fuck? And none of us have a goddamn clue as to what caused the altercation.

They can go wherever the fuck they want on New Years Eve. YOU might not care for it, but to expect someone else, who you really know nothing about, to use your sense is pretty arrogant and misplaced. He did nothing out of the ordinary. Unless of course you want to be judgmental "holier than thou" on the internet.

if you like punk music as a 50 year old, and your employer told you it doesn't reflect nicely on the company that you go to a punk bar on your own time, I'm sure you'd be outraged.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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If there weren't a confrontation, would you give a fuck? And none of us have a goddamn clue as to what caused the altercation.

They can go wherever the fuck they want on New Years Eve. YOU might not care for it, but to expect someone else, who you really know nothing about, to use your sense is pretty arrogant and misplaced. He did nothing out of the ordinary. Unless of course you want to be judgmental "holier than thou" on the internet.

if you like punk music as a 50 year old, and your employer told you it doesn't reflect nicely on the company that you go to a punk bar on your own time, I'm sure you'd be outraged.


No, I would not care if nothing happened.

But it did. And that's a place and a time where an incident like that is somewhat predictable.

I don't give a shit what people do as long as it only affects themselves.

As the coach of a football team where 100+ players/coaches/staff and the hopes of a fanbase are relying on him, it's a dumbass move for which he is more than due some criticism.

It shows very poor leadership in a position where leadership is everything.


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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As the coach of a football team where 100+ players/coaches/staff and the hopes of a fanbase are relying on him, it's a dumbass move for which he is more than due some criticism.

It shows very poor leadership in a position where leadership is everything.
First of all, you don't know if it affected his job or not. You're assuming it did. Everything seemed to move as normal (even though we hated it). He performed his duties as OC with no change.

And as far as leadership, you don't really know what caused the altercation. Maybe he was the victim. I'm just playing devils advocate. He may be a fucked up dude, but in this instance, there is nothing to criticize him about. He'd already lost respect in the locker room based on his shitty play calling, not his evening, personal time adventures.

You may as well go ahead and tell Bell he can't hang out with Snoop dog and record his rap. Or a train conductor can't listen to house music because it will affect his reflexes.

C'mon man!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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COR-TEN wrote:
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As the coach of a football team where 100+ players/coaches/staff and the hopes of a fanbase are relying on him, it's a dumbass move for which he is more than due some criticism.

It shows very poor leadership in a position where leadership is everything.
First of all, you don't know if it affected his job or not. You're assuming it did. Everything seemed to move as normal (even though we hated it). He performed his duties as OC with no change.

And as far as leadership, you don't really know what caused the altercation. Maybe he was the victim. I'm just playing devils advocate. He may be a fucked up dude, but in this instance, there is nothing to criticize him about. He'd already lost respect in the locker room based on his shitty play calling, not his evening, personal time adventures.

You may as well go ahead and tell Bell he can't hang out with Snoop dog and record his rap. Or a train conductor can't listen to house music because it will affect his reflexes.

C'mon man!!!


It doesn't matter what caused the altercation. He was there. Like I said, there's a hundred other places in Pittsburgh that are less volatile he could have gone to. Instead, he went to one of the biggest Bro bars in the city, knowing he's one of the most hated public figures in the entire city. Does that sound like the recipe for a peaceful evening to you?

No, it's inviting an incident to happen. In a perfect world, yes, he should be able to go where he wants, when he wants without incident. But this is reality, where that's not the case.


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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COR-TEN wrote:
Your just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


that's bullshit

coach in the playoffs - he should be at home in bed or at work -- i don't care if its NYE -- go to fucking work - god knows, he needed the extra time to get a plan put together


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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steel wrote:
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You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


that's bullshit

coach in the playoffs - he should be at home in bed or at work -- i don't care if its NYE -- go to fucking work - god knows, he needed the extra time to get a plan put together
Sorry. He could have had an additional 6 weeks and it wouldn't have mattered.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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and game planning

They just had a game that day, it was New Year's at midnight, and you're pissed he wasn't working??? Glad I don't work for you, Scrooge.


well, his ass just got fired -- maybe he should've been working or sleeping


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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COR-TEN wrote:
You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


Putting yourself in a dumb situation is victim shaming?

Then we've ALL been guilty of it towards Tomlin and these coaches


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


Putting yourself in a dumb situation is victim shaming?

Then we've ALL been guilty of it towards Tomlin and these coaches
Dumb situation is up for debate. Maybe he could have gone the the Fox Chapel Golf Club and had an altercation as well. In which case nobody would have made a big deal of it?

People here are basically making moral judgements on where he spends his off time. Tell me you wouldn't be pissed if people judged you where you went. Within reason. A bar is a bar is a bar. It wasn't a whore house, a meth bar, or under surveillance by the police. It was across the fucking street from where he works, ffs. BR went to a bar as a 20 something year old, and was told he shouldn't have been there either. Because you know, you need to castrate yourself if you're a QB for the steelers and act like a fucking altar boy and be celibate until you're 35.

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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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COR-TEN wrote:
You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


I knew you'd be dumb enough to play the victim shaming card.

I wish I could have bet on it.


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 Post subject: Re: Speaking of Tequila Cowboy
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Louis Lipps Service wrote:
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You're just imposing your morality/ philosophy on others. The same as victim shaming/ blaming.


I knew you'd be dumb enough to play the victim shaming card.

I wish I could have bet on it.
And you're dumb, stupid, and naive enough to think you have the moral authority.

Cheers. Have a nice day.

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