And with that of course comes the U-S-A chants at large gatherings. It was constantly going on in front of the White House on Sunday night, and I posted a video on here of Phillies fans at Citizens Bank Park chanting "U-S-A" upon learning of the death of bin Laden.
But there's just some situations where trying to start a "U-S-A" chant turns into a highly awkward situation. If you're going to start a successful chant, you have to have the right location going, and have people starting the chant with you. If you're by yourself, on a packed early morning NYC subway ride, that's not the right situation.
This guy did not get the memo:
Look dude, everybody appreciates your patriotism and all, but this is just not how it's done. Most of these people are cranky on a packed train, headed to a nine-to-five job that they hate. Add in that a good percentage of the people on this ride smell like hell, and it just worsens the rest of the passengers' mood.
Oh, and the fact that you're creepily videotaping all of these cranky people is not going to help the cause.
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