On many occasions, team message board trash talk veers toward some very unpleasant depths, but some of the stuff being circulated on the popular Seahawks fan message board "Seahawks Huddle" right now has sparked an amazing amount of negative responses thanks to its unprecedented levels of classlessness. In an effort to fire Hawks' fans up for October 5th Giants/Seahawks game, one Huddle poster named "Mason" decided the best way to do that was with some good ol' 9/11 trash talk. Ugh. Giants fans and non-Giants fans unamused by the weak attempt at Seahawks solidarity are rightfully appalled. The original poster, obviously aware that this wasn't the intelligent or human way to stoke this non-rivalry, is scrambling to pull the thread. Unfortunately for Mason, too many people offended by the post already emailed in with the visual evidence and the text. (I'm told he's now writing under a dupe account named "Anguish".) After the jump, some of the messages taken from the board. Be warned — it's as awful as advertised.(Editors' note: All text below is From the Seahawks Huddle. Sorry for not clarifying earlier.) "With over another week to get to know each other we here at The Huddle thought we'd roll out out the ol' welcoming wagon. In so doing, we thought we'd share with you some jokes to help brighten your day. Enjoy. "
A Giants fan went home on 9/11 and told his wife that he almost died. "My buddy Stan and I were running toward one tower after the other one fell, he said, "But then Stan got hit by a jumper! Thirty seconds later, the north tower collapsed. If Stan didn't get hit, we both would have been goners!" The Giants fan's wife turned to him and said, "Is this going to be a long story?" Q: What was the last thing going through Mr. Jones' head when he was working on the World Trade Center's 90th floor? A: The 91st floor. Q: What's the last thing that went through the minds of the 9/11 jumpers? A: Their ankles. Did you hear the one about American Airlines new deal? They'll fly you straight from the airport to the office. Q: What is the New York City Fire Department's favorite song? A: "It's Raining Men" "It's a bird!" "It's a plane!" "It's.... Oh shit, it IS a plane!" Knock knock! Who's there? Knock knock!! Knock knock who? Knock knock knocked all your towers down! Q: What's Al Qaida's favorite football team? A: The New York Jets Q: What does WTC stand for? A: What Trade Centre? Q: What's 9 divided by 11 divided by 01? A: A good investment in real estate. (A temporary dip in the price of downtown real estate, followed by an almost 100% increase over the next five years.) Q: What color were Mohammed Atta's eyes? A: Blue. One blue this way, the other blue that way! Q: What's the biggest difference between 9/11 and the Oklahoma City Bombing? A: Foreigners once again prove they can do it better and more efficiently. Q: When does a pentagon have four sides? A: When it intersects a plane. Have you heard about the decision about the memorial at the WTC site? The city decided to go with an open park and the worlds largest franchise of the "International House of Pancakes!" Q: How many New Yorkers does it take to change a light bulb? A: Nobody knows since they keep jumping out the window when it gets too hot! Q: How long does it take to reach the ground from 107 stories up? A: The rest of your life! Well, 9/11 sure proves one thing... New Yorkers can really come together in a crunch! Last edited by Mason on Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:10 pm; edited 1 time in total _________________ Q: How many Giants fans died in 9/11? A: Who the F cares? Some responses to post from other fans: "wow! those are great!" "Dont get your panties in a knot, they are just jokes...obviously there is more than one person in the united states who has written/read these jokes, so dont point fingers that we are the insesitive ones." "I kind of like it, because now New Yorkers dont think they are so invincible anymore. View user's profile 6 Pictures Download Post"