Myself and the three other buddies in our season tickets package have a beer vendor in our section that we dislike and don't buy from anymore as a result. He made one off-handed comment in response to a simple clarification question we had about what inning/time they stopped selling beer that was something to the effect of "What is this your first game?" We didn't take kindly to it, and over the years we have built up an irrational hatred and talk about things we would like to do to the man we call Walt Disney (due to a slight resemblance), such as curb stomp him like in "American History X." Would we ever do such a thing? Of course not. It's just our sense of humor to grossly exaggerate and crack each other up when we're texting each other when one of us can't be at the game live.
|("That's right, Bambi! Bite that prick's shoulder off!")|
I am not saying he won't sell to us, but he will only do so by passing beers and exchanging money right up the seats. I have never seen this done. You see, a beer vendor can go up or down and aisle and pass things down a row. That is fine, and that is how it has always been done. This lazy son of a gun doesn't use any rows or aisles. What he does, in effect, is instead of just disrupting one row of people, he makes up to ten rows stop what they're doing to pass a beer upwards, awkwardly reaching behind and passing over shoulders. Lots of beer can be spilled that way, and that's perhaps the biggest tragedy of this guy's horrible technique. It's really ticking off not only other customers but other beer vendors have shot me looks in agreement when I show frustration as if to say, "You believe this guy?"
|(Even in Japan they pass down the aisles, not up the seats. And check out that Samurai cup scabbard!)|