DrJackson Posted June 18, 2010 Report Share Posted June 18, 2010 Browsing news from here and there I noticed all sorts of opinion totally averse vuvuzela, who manages to annoy both the European spectator or by the Americas and players alike. Or at least, some of them. It is a thing that is funny for me. Ultimately it is a manifestation of supporters, so do they do it better. Under specific culture and country from which those people are from. May be considered annoying (by others than those in the case, normal) any Italian, Englishmen, Brazilians, Argentineans supporter’s manifestations? Guess not. In addition, those from play field (I mean - footballers) are not in the building of the London Philharmonic's or Madison Square or the Opera House in Vienna, they are on the ground, to scurry, to kick (the ball or another player) or any others related to football as a sport, so I don’t see why they are so hot and bothered. Because it is vuvuzela roar and it's not the usual stadium “lovely sound” from Europe or South America? Well, each judge this issue as possible. Some are bothered by vuvuzela perhaps because this uses: Still, a blowing tool, right?Problem is, no matter what the European or American (Northern or Southern) viewer or spectator believes, or anyone else in this world (except South Africa), vuvuzela is part of the culture of this country, and must be respected! How about? This is a pamphlet, so treat it as such! 1 Quote The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do! IMPORTANT LINK: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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