Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Dancin' Mormons in Vegas










Apparently, during a pre-game rally for the Las Vegas Bowl (between BYU and Oregon) the Cougars decided to give a demonstration of their pregame ritual. The Cougs like to do a Haka, a Maori war dance (if you have ever seen the New Zealand national rugby team play, they do it pre-game), before their games. A member of Oregon's team, who is of Polynesian descent, apparently took offense and jumped the barrier between the teams and started a minor incident.

We said all along it was a dangerous mix: Mormons and Vegas. Now you know why Joseph Smith and the founding elders outlawed dancing. Nothing good can come of it.

13 Comments:

At 7:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a Pacific Islander, I find your columns racist IMO

 
At 12:47 AM, Blogger pass the bourbon said...

umm...if you aren't a mormon, we don't care what you have to say...pass the poi...

 
At 12:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

as a Matthew McConaughey fan, I find your columns homophobic IMO

 
At 12:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

racist? lol...i hope that was a joke. if not, that dude is not simply a pacific islander. he is a retarded pacific islander. no offense to retards, but come on, they are retarded.

 
At 4:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As the Pacific Islander who posted the first comment, I find your and your readers' posts even more racist than the column.

 
At 8:00 PM, Blogger pass the bourbon said...

I'm not really interested in what you find...doubt you could find your ass with both hands...you clearly don't know what racism is...and as such, I shall ask you to tightly cram that race card up your poopshoot, board your outrigger canoe...and paddle off.

 
At 8:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

melikalikimaka!

 
At 5:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pacific Islander again...

"mele kalikimaka"

IMO

If you are going to make fun of my culture and history, at least learn how to spell it right, asshole.

 
At 6:44 PM, Blogger pass the bourbon said...

how the hell is pointing out that BYU does a haka dance before games making fun of your culture and racist?

dude, you are a hypersensitive fucktard.

doesn't mele kalikimaka mean merry christmas in hawaiian?

some body says that, and it is making fun of your culture, too?

get out...just stay the fuck out of this blog, mmkay? you are a hypersensitive dipshit and you should never leave your tiki hut, or you will spend you life being offended. now, wander off or i shall stuff an apple in your mouth and we will have a luau...

 
At 6:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, Pacific Islander, brah...what Island is home?

I am Samoan. And don't find this offensive.

Maybe you need to lighten up. You sound crazy.

 
At 6:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pacific Island again...

Dear Racist Bourbon:

a. Do you think people here are stupid? Each time you post as 'pass the bourbon' an 'anonymous' post in your support follows within a few minutes - LOL. At least have the BALLS to post as yourself, you GUTLESS ASSHOLE.

b. In that vein, you last post, in which you claim to be Samoan, is an obvious fraud: Samoans don't say "brah", buddah. Bad enough you make fun of my culture - no you have the nerve to hide behind it? ASSHOLE. If you want to hide behind it, at least have enough respect to do get the lingo right.

c. "tiki" hut?? ASSHOLE. You just cant help yourself from poking fun at us, can you?

d. BTW, no "apples" here, bruddah...

You look like a fool.

 
At 1:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is Pacific Islander...

you wrote: "doesn't mele kalikimaka mean merry christmas in hawaiian?"

YES... but your bastardized version of the word ("melikalikimaka")does not. It only further cements you as a racist bastard.

I am having the Pacific Islanders defamation league look into you, by filing a complaint.

They will track you down and put you on their published list.

 
At 4:01 PM, Blogger pass the bourbon said...

I'm guessing by your choice of words that you are not Pacific Islander...sound much more like your mother is of an Italian father and austrain/german mother...and that your father is of irish/welsh/english stock with a german greatgrandmother somewhere in there...i'd also guess that you had a great grandfather that was a mason and a great-great grandfather that was a Union Colonel in the civil war...yea...that is the flavor I am getting from you...pacific islander, not so much.. :)

 

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