Big Papi David Ortiz Says What All of Boston Was Thinking at Today’s Red Sox-Royals MLB Game … “This is Our F*cking City and No One is Going to Dictate Our Freedom… Stay Strong!” (Update: FCC Blesses F-Bomb)
WHY WE LOVE DAVID ORTIZ AND THE SOX … NEVER HAS AN INAPPROPRIATE WORD BEEN SO APPROPRIATE.
Today at Fenway Park on Yawkey Way, the emotional pre-game ceremonies paid tribute to the victims of last Monday’s Boston Marathon. They honored the first responders, the paramedics, firemen, the marathon volunteers, the Boston and Watertown police, the FBI and other federal agencies that took part in the bombing investigation, Gov. Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. Boston and the surrounding communities have been rocked over the past couple of days since the cowardly, terror acts of two terrorists, Dzhokar Tsarnaev and Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Yesterday’s Red Sox game was actually canceled not due to rain or snow, but because of the manhunt for suspect #2, Dzhokar Tsarnaev. However, all that ended last night in Watertown, MA as Dzhokar was captured alive.
The team replaced the legendary stitching of Red Sox across the front of their jersey’s with “Boston”.
Today’s Red Sox game was a celebration of getting back to normalcy, remembering those innocent people who were senselessly murdered and honoring the heroes who ran toward the bomb blasts to help the 100′s of individuals who were seriously injured. To thank the hard work of the local, state and federal authorities who in less than a week captured one terror bombing suspect alive and sent the other one to Hell. However, to know Boston and it’s people’s want to show that terrorist acts will never win, Big Papi’s inappropriate comments may have been the most appropriate comment to make. To the resounding roar of cheers David Ortiz addressed those in attendance at Fenway Park, to Boston and all of the Bay State … “This is Our F*cking City and No One is Going to Dictate Our Freedom… Stay Strong!”
DAVID ORTIZ … “THIS IS OUR FU@KING CITY AND NO ONE IS GOING TO DICTATE OUR FREEDOM!!!”
Big Papi, David Ortiz’s full comments:
“All right,” he said. “All right, Boston.”
“This jersey that we wear today,” he said, “it doesn’t say Red Sox. It says Boston. We want to thank you Mayor [Tom] Menino, Gov. [Deval] Patrick, the whole police department for the great job they did this past week.
“This is our f*cking city and nobody is going to dictate our freedom. Stay strong.”
Way to go Big Papi. I can here Joey and Bobby in the North End responding to Ortiz’s words, “F’n A, F’n A!!!” In the end, the Sox gave the people of Beantown a 4-3 victory over the Kansas City Royals.
Check out the UK Daily Mail for many pics of the day’s pregame ceremonies celebrating the victims and the heroes of the Boston Marathon bombings and the terrorist subsequent being taken down and capture.
UPDATE I: The FCC blesses David Ortiz’s “F-Bomb”. Finally, some common sense from a government department. As we had stated earlier, never has the an inappropriate word ever been more appropriate for the situation. The only thing missing would have been for Big Papi to say, … and its our F*cking Country too!” FCC, with FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski tweeting his blessing from the government agency’s official Twitter account.
Posted April 20, 2013 by Scared Monkeys
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[...] Big Papi, the man who epitomized the grit, determination and will to stay “Boston” strong for the good folks of Boston and helped them overcome the heinous terror attack at the Boston Marathon earlier this year, has been a cult hero in Boston and New England for years. The talented, joking, always smiling and now we learn, rather good 1st baseman has been a team leader for years and is the only remaining player since the Red Sox 2004 World Series victory. However, Ortiz went even beyond even that when he proudly and defiantly stood up to terrorism … “This is Our F*cking City and No One is Going to Dictate Our Freedom… Stay Strong!” [...]